Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings

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Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings. / Koivunen, Risto; Jutila, Eveliina; Gane, Patrick; Bollström, Roger.

Advances in Printing and Media Technology: Proceedings of the 44th International Research Conference of iarigai. toim. / Patrick Gane; Cathy Ridgway. Darmstadt : IARIGAI, 2017. s. 169-176 (Advances in Printing and Media Technology).

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Koivunen, R, Jutila, E, Gane, P & Bollström, R 2017, Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings. julkaisussa P Gane & C Ridgway (toim), Advances in Printing and Media Technology: Proceedings of the 44th International Research Conference of iarigai. Advances in Printing and Media Technology, IARIGAI, Darmstadt, Sivut 169-176, International Research Conference of Advances in Printing and Media Technology, Fribourg, Sveitsi, 10/09/2017.

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Koivunen, R., Jutila, E., Gane, P., & Bollström, R. (2017). Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings. teoksessa P. Gane, & C. Ridgway (Toimittajat), Advances in Printing and Media Technology: Proceedings of the 44th International Research Conference of iarigai (Sivut 169-176). (Advances in Printing and Media Technology). Darmstadt: IARIGAI.

Vancouver

Koivunen R, Jutila E, Gane P, Bollström R. Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings. julkaisussa Gane P, Ridgway C, toimittajat, Advances in Printing and Media Technology: Proceedings of the 44th International Research Conference of iarigai. Darmstadt: IARIGAI. 2017. s. 169-176. (Advances in Printing and Media Technology).

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Koivunen, Risto ; Jutila, Eveliina ; Gane, Patrick ; Bollström, Roger. / Analyte Separation for Microfluidic Applications by Surface Charge Modified Functional Pigment Coatings. Advances in Printing and Media Technology: Proceedings of the 44th International Research Conference of iarigai. Toimittaja / Patrick Gane ; Cathy Ridgway. Darmstadt : IARIGAI, 2017. Sivut 169-176 (Advances in Printing and Media Technology).

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abstract = "Printed, self-contained sensors based on capillary transport and microfluidic principles are part of rapidly emerging research in printed functionality. Previous work into such designs has mainly focused on cellulosic papers as base substrates. In this study, the authors continue to present findings on how the use of custom-designed functional pigment coatings as alternative substrates, combined with local functionalisation by inkjet printed polyelectrolytes, allows for tailoring of surface chemistries to concentrate or separate anionic or cationic molecules. Both anionised and cationised coatings are tested and found to transport similarly charged model colourants, while separating those of opposite charge, with the extent of separation depending on colourant concentration. Furthermore, local surface chemistry reversal by new cationic (polyethyleneimine) and anionic (carboxymethyl cellulose) polyelectrolyte inks is demonstrated as a complementary method for analyte separation or concentration.",
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