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    • 3D printed microfluidic reactor for high throuhput chitosan nanoparticle synthesis 

      Aşik M.D.; Çetin B.; Kaplan M.; Erdem Y.; Saǧlam N. (Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society, 2016)
      The major bottleneck for the commercialization of nanoparticle related technologies is the mass production of the nanoparticles. One approach to overcome this bottleneck is use of microfluidic devices. In this paper, a 3D ...
    • Microfluidic device for synthesis of chitosan nanoparticles 

      Çetin, Barbaros; Taze, Serdar; Asik, M.D.; Tuncel, S.A. (ASME, 2013)
      Chitosan nanoparticles have a biodegradable, biocompatible, non-toxic structure, and commonly used for drug delivery systems. In this paper, simulation of a microfluidic device for the synthesis of chitosan nanoparticle ...
    • Rapid fabrication of microfluidic PDMS devices from reusable PDMS molds using laser ablation 

      Isiksacan, Z.; Guler, M. T.; Aydogdu, B.; Bilican, I.; Elbuken, C. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2016)
      The conventional fabrication methods for microfluidic devices require cleanroom processes that are costly and time-consuming. We present a novel, facile, and low-cost method for rapid fabrication of polydimethylsiloxane ...
    • A simple approach for the fabrication of 3D microelectrodes for impedimetric sensing 

      Guler, M. T.; Bilican, I.; Agan, S.; Elbuken, C. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2015)
      In this paper, we present a very simple method to fabricate three-dimensional (3D) microelectrodes integrated with microfluidic devices. We form the electrodes by etching a microwire placed across a microchannel. For precise ...
    • Spiral microfluidics device for continuous flow PCR 

      Salemmilani, Reza; Çetin, Barbaros (ASME, 2013)
      Polymerase-chain-Reaction (PCR) is a thermal cycling (repeated heating and cooling of PCR solution) process for DNA amplification. PCR is the key ingredient in many biomedical applications. One key feature for the success ...