Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics

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Abstract

We modified the structural properties of paper and applied inkjet printing to biofunctionalize paper in order to fabricate inexpensive, sustainable and disposable bioassays. We demonstrated a paper-based immunoassay in which transport of fluids and particles, amount of capturing antibodies, as well as the strength of paper in aqueous conditions were controlled. This research is conducted towards the development and design of paper-based diagnostics in the fields of health, well-being, and environmental POC diagnostics, where the main focus is versatility, novel test formats with new design opportunities and low-cost mass production.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventNext Generation Dx Summit - Washington, United States
Duration: 24 Aug 201026 Aug 2010

Conference

ConferenceNext Generation Dx Summit
CountryUnited States
CityWashington
Period24/08/1026/08/10

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Bioassay
Antibodies
Printing
Structural properties
Health
Fluids
Costs

Keywords

  • printed diagnostics
  • paper diagnostics
  • biomolecule printing
  • paper fluidics
  • lateral flow immunoassay

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Erho, T., Teerinen, T., Lappalainen, T., Vento, P., Hakalahti, L., & Olkkonen, J. (2010). Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics. Paper presented at Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, United States.
Erho, Tomi ; Teerinen, Tuija ; Lappalainen, Timo ; Vento, Pia ; Hakalahti, Leena ; Olkkonen, Juuso. / Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics. Paper presented at Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, United States.
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Erho, T, Teerinen, T, Lappalainen, T, Vento, P, Hakalahti, L & Olkkonen, J 2010, 'Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics' Paper presented at Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, United States, 24/08/10 - 26/08/10, .

Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics. / Erho, Tomi; Teerinen, Tuija; Lappalainen, Timo; Vento, Pia; Hakalahti, Leena; Olkkonen, Juuso.

2010. Paper presented at Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, United States.

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Erho T, Teerinen T, Lappalainen T, Vento P, Hakalahti L, Olkkonen J. Printable Paper-Based Immunodiagnostics. 2010. Paper presented at Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, United States.