An integrated nanolitre DNA analysis device

Made:
1999 in Ann Arbor
maker:
University of Michigan, Department of Human Genetics

An integrated nanolitre DNA analysis device made by the Department of Human Genetics at the University of Michigan, USA, 1999. The device was developed using microfabricated fluidic channels, heaters, temperature sensors and fluoresence detectors to analyse nanolitre size DNA samples.

Details

Category:
Biotechnology
Object Number:
2000-1074
Materials:
copper (metal), plastic (unidentified), silicon
type:
dna analysis instrument
credit:
The Regents of the University of Michigan
status:
Permanent collection

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