The Development of Three-Dimensional, Paper-Based Microfluidic Devices for Applications in Point-of-Care Diagnostics.

Fernandes, Syrena.


  • Healthcare providers face unique challenges in limited-resource settings because current diagnostic approaches rely heavily on expensive equipment operated by skilled technicians. An ideal analytical platform for use at the point-ofcare must be low-cost, equipment-free, and operationally simple for users with minimal training. In this dissertation, we discuss the use of patterned paper as a platform ... read more
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