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  • title: Application of microfluidic chip with integrated optics for electrophoretic separations of proteins
  • authors: Julien Vieillard, Radoslaw Mazurczyk, Christophe Morin, Benjamin Hannes, Yann Chevolot, Paul-Louis Desbène, Stanislas Krawczyk
  • year: 2007
  • 10.1016/j.jchromb.2006.08.009

This paper describes the fabrication, the characterization and the applications of a capillary electrophoresis microchip. This hybrid device (glass/PDMS) features channels and optical waveguides integrated in one common substrate. It can be used for electrophoretic separation and fluorimetric detection of molecules. The microfluidic performance of the device is demonstrated by capillary zone and gel electrophoresis of proteins.


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