Authors: H. Ko, J. Lee, Y. Kim, Y. Kee, K. Kim, C-H Jung, J-H Choi, O-S Kwon, K. Shin
Affilation: Sogang University, Korea
Pages: 161 - 164
Keywords: paper chip, electrowetting, microfluidic system, active transport, ink-jet printing electrodes
Active, paper-based, microfluidic chips driven by electrowetting are fabricated by using inkjet printing and demonstrated for reagent transport and mixing. Instead of using the passive capillary force on the pulp to actuate a flow of a liquid, a group of digital drops are transported along programmed trajectories above the electrodes printed on low-cost paper, which should allow point-of-care production and diagnostic activities in the future.
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