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Soft lithography for microfluidics: a review

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Authors
Kim, Pilnam; Kwon, Keon Woo; Park, Min Cheol; Lee, Sung Hoon; Kim, Sun Min; Suh, Kahp Yang
Issue Date
2008-03-20
Publisher
한국바이오칩학회 = The Korean BioChip Society
Citation
Biochip J. 2, 1-11, 2008
Keywords
soft lithographymicrofluidicsmicro/nanofabricationSUPPORTED LIPID-BILAYERSPHOTOLITHOGRAPHIC POLYMERIZATION CLIPPINTERNAL-REFLECTION FLUORESCENCEPOLYETHYLENE-GLYCOLDEVICE FABRICATIONCELL DOCKINGSURFACE MODIFICATIONPROTEIN ADSORPTIONSILICON SURFACESCHANNELS
Abstract
Soft lithography has provided a low-expertise route toward micro/nanofabrication and is playing an important role in microfluidics, ranging from simple channel fabrication to the creation of micropatterns onto a surface or within a microfluidic channel. In this review, the materials, methods, and applications of soft lithography for microfluidics are briefly summarized with a particular emphasis on integrated microfluidic systems containing physical microstructures or a topographically patterned substrate. Relevant exemplary works based on the combination of various soft lithographic methods using microfluidics are introduced with some comments on their merits and weaknesses.
ISSN
1976-0280
Language
English
URI
http://biochips.or.kr/

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