Masters Theses

Abstract

"Baseline (zero-value) drift and sensitivity degradation are two common problems related with biosensors. In order to overcome these problems, there is a great need for integrating an on-demand, in situ self-diagnosis and self-calibration unit along with the sensor. Utilizing the microfluidic technology, it is possible to explore the feasibility of implementing this function without any externally coupled bulky apparatus. A microsystem including a microfluidic channel and calibration electrodes are prepared by microfabrication techniques"--Abstract, page iv.

Advisor(s)

Kim, Chang-Soo

Committee Member(s)

Choi, Minsu
Henthorn, David

Department(s)

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Degree Name

M.S. in Electrical Engineering

Sponsor(s)

National Science Foundation (U.S.)

Publisher

University of Missouri--Rolla

Publication Date

Fall 2007

Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation

  • Intelligent microfluidic creatinine biosensor
  • Microfluidic biosensors for intelligent metabolite monitoring.

Pagination

viii, 45 pages

Rights

© 2007 Nitin Radhakrishnan, All rights reserved.

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

File Type

text

Language

English

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Biosensors
Bubbles
Creatinine
Electrolysis
Glucose

Thesis Number

T 9264

Print OCLC #

233705348

Electronic OCLC #

192003189

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