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Record number 335036
Title Design of a confocal microfluidic particle sorter using fluorescent photon burst detection
Author(s) Kunst, B.H.; Schots, A.; Visser, A.J.W.G.
Source Review of Scientific Instruments 75 (2004)9. - ISSN 0034-6748 - p. 2892 - 2898.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1781366
Department(s) Biochemistry
Laboratory of Nematology
EPS-2
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) single-molecule detection - correlation spectroscopy - submicrometer channels - cross-correlation - fluidic channels - flow-cytometry - cell sorter - dna - microcapillary - confinement
Abstract An instrumental system is described for detecting and sorting single fluorescent particles such as microspheres, bacteria, viruses, or even smaller macromolecules in a flowing liquid. The system consists of microfluidic chips (biochips), computer controlled high voltage power supplies, and a fluorescence microscope with confocal optics. The confocal observation volume and detection electro-optics allow measurements of single flowing fluorescent particles. The output of the avalanche photodiode (single photon detector) is coupled to a real-time photon-burst detection device, which output can address the control of high voltage power supplies for sorting purposes. Liquid propulsion systems like electro-osmotic flow and plain electric fields to direct the particles through the observation volume have been tested and evaluated. The detection and real-time sorting of fluorescent microspheres are demonstrated. Applications of these biochips for screening of bacteriophages-type biolibraries are briefly discussed. (C) 2004 American Institute of Physics.
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