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Fast online synthesis of generally programmable digital microfluidic biochips

  • Author(s): Grissom, D
  • Brisk, P
  • Editor(s): Jerraya, Ahmed
  • Carloni, Luca P
  • Chang, Naehyuck
  • Fummi, Franco
  • et al.

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http://www1.cs.ucr.edu/faculty/philip/papers/conferences/codes-isss12/codes-isss12-dmfb.pdf
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Abstract

We introduce an online synthesis flow for digital microfluidic biochips, which will enable real-time response to errors and control flow. The objective of this flow is to facilitate fast assay synthesis while minimally compromising the quality of results. In particular, we show that a virtual topology, which constrains the allowable locations of assay operations such as mixing, dilution, sensing, etc., in lieu of traditional placement, can significantly speed up the synthesis process without significantly lengthening assay execution time. Copyright 2012 ACM.

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