This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2017 

Magnetic Detection Structure for LOC Immunoassays, Multiphysics Simulations and Experimental Results
Rabehi, Amine
Garlan, Benjamin (Corresponding author) / Shanehsazzadeh, Faezeh / Kokabi, Hamid / Ngo, Kieu / Krause, Hans-Joachim
Bioelektronik; ICS-8
Proceedings, 1 (2017) 4, S. 529 -
Proceedings of Eurosensors 2017
Basel MDPI AG 2017
1-5
10.3390/proceedings1040529
Eurosensors Paris 2017, Paris (France), 2017-09-03 - 2017-09-06
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The aim of this work is to develop a completely integrated Lab-On-Chip (LOC) for easy, rapid and cost-effective immunoassays. The pathogen sensing system is composed of a microfluidic channel surrounded by planar microcoils which are responsible for the emission and the detection of magnetic fields. The system allows the detection and quantification of superparamagnetic beads used for immunoassays in a “sandwich” antigen-antibody configuration. Multiphysics simulations have been achieved and preliminary experimental results have allowed to validate the structure.