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Microfluidics SERRS detection

Smith, W.E. (2000) Microfluidics SERRS detection. D. Graham.

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Abstract

The present invention relates to a microfluidic method of generating in situ a colloid for use in detecting an analyte using for example SER(R)S, as well as a method of detecting an analyte using SER(R)S in a microfluidic system. The invention also relates to microfluidic devices for use in detecting analytes such as by way of SER(R)S signals.