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Microfluidic sensing chip: Combined light-stimulating and measurement system

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Microfluidic Sensing Chip

Project Overview

The overall goal of the project is to help bridge the gap between biological sensors and electronic circuits. The objective is to design a device that can fluoresce the GFP in the EDC sensing yeast cells on a microfluidic chip through the use of a specific wavelength of light. Once the yeast cells are activated, the device should also sense the wavelength of fluorescence radiating from the yeast cells once they sense EDCs.

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Contact Information

Team Members

  • Navjot Rehal - Co-Team Leader
  • William Dunn V - Co-Team Leader
  • Jack Ruhland - Communicator
  • Macoy Socha - BSAC
  • Madeline Johnson - BWIG
  • Shae Gustafson - BPAG

Advisor and Client

  • Dr. Melissa Kinney - Advisor
  • Prof. Megan McClean - Client
  • Prof. Bhuvana Krishnaswamy - Alternate Contact

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