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TRANSDUCERS '03. 12th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems. Digest of Technical Papers (Cat. No.03TH8664)
This paper reports the use of a shape-encoded particle (SEP) as a substrate for biochemical probe (such as DNA or protein) attachment and identification. Its application involves large-scale genomic/proteomic analysis of multiple data based on shape-recognizable microparticles. Many samples from different sources (e.g. DNA/RNA from multiple subjects) can be assayed in parallel on the microparticles with known probes immobilized onto the surface in a way similar to DNA analysis. The informationdoi:10.1109/sensor.2003.1216996 fatcat:srkihzmabvbqhmwh2xymw2husu