Sciweavers

Share
ASPDAC
2010
ACM

CrossRouter: a droplet router for cross-referencing digital microfluidic biochips

11 years 10 months ago
CrossRouter: a droplet router for cross-referencing digital microfluidic biochips
Digital Microfluidic Biochip (DMFB) has drawn lots of attention today. It offers a promising platform for various kinds of biochemical experiments. DMFB that uses crossreferencing technology to drive droplets movements scales down the control pin number on chip, which not only brings down manufacturing cost but also allows large-scale chip design. However, the cross-referencing scheme that imposes different voltage on rows and columns to activate the cells, might cause severe electrode interference, and hence greatly decreases the degree of parallelism of droplet routing. Most of the previous papers get a directaddressing result first, and then convert to cross-referencing compatible result. This paper proposes a new method that solves the droplet routing problem on cross-referencing biochip directly. Experimental results on public benchmarks demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of our method in comparison with the latest work on this problem.
Zigang Xiao, Evangeline F. Y. Young
Added 10 Feb 2011
Updated 10 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ASPDAC
Authors Zigang Xiao, Evangeline F. Y. Young
Comments (0)
books