How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications

Weddemann A, Albon C, Auge A, Wittbracht F, Hedwig P, Akemeier D, Rott K, Meissner D, Jutzi P, Huetten A (2010)
In: Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 26. Elsevier: 1152-1163.

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This article reviews recent developments on magnetoresistive detection of magnetic beads or nanopartides by nanoscale sized sensors. Sensors are analyzed from an experimental and a numerical point of view in respect to their capability to either localize the position of a single magnetic particle or to detect the number of particles in a certain range. Guidelines are shown up on how to extend single sensors to sensor arrays with very high spatial resolution and how to modify the sensor shape in order to provide long distance measurements. Further, sensors in biological lab-on-a-chip environments are discussed. The magnetic ratchet and a gravitation based microfluidic component are reviewed as important tools to position and, therefore, detect biological components in continuous-flow devices. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Weddemann A, Albon C, Auge A, et al. How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications. In: Biosensors and Bioelectronics. Vol 26. Elsevier; 2010: 1152-1163.
Weddemann, A., Albon, C., Auge, A., Wittbracht, F., Hedwig, P., Akemeier, D., Rott, K., et al. (2010). How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 26(4), 1152-1163.
Weddemann, A., Albon, C., Auge, A., Wittbracht, F., Hedwig, P., Akemeier, D., Rott, K., Meissner, D., Jutzi, P., and Huetten, A. (2010). “How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications” in Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol. 26, (Elsevier), 1152-1163.
Weddemann, A., et al., 2010. How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications. In Biosensors and Bioelectronics. no.26 Elsevier, pp. 1152-1163.
A. Weddemann, et al., “How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol. 26, Elsevier, 2010, pp.1152-1163.
Weddemann, A., Albon, C., Auge, A., Wittbracht, F., Hedwig, P., Akemeier, D., Rott, K., Meissner, D., Jutzi, P., Huetten, A.: How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. 26, p. 1152-1163. Elsevier (2010).
Weddemann, Alexander, Albon, Camelia, Auge, Alexander, Wittbracht, Frank, Hedwig, Peter, Akemeier, Dieter, Rott, Karsten, Meissner, D., Jutzi, Peter, and Huetten, A. “How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications”. Biosensors and Bioelectronics. Elsevier, 2010.Vol. 26. 1152-1163.
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