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Capillary electrophoresis systems and methods

United States Patent

August 2, 2011
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An embodiment of the invention is directed to a capillary electrophoresis apparatus comprising a plurality of separation micro-channels. A sample loading channel communicates with each of the plurality of separation channels. A driver circuit comprising a plurality of electrodes is configured to induce an electric field across each of the plurality of separation channels sufficient to cause analytes in the samples to migrate along each of the channels. The system further comprises a plurality of detectors configured to detect the analytes.
Dorairaj; Rathissh (Hillsboro, OR), Keynton; Robert S. (Louisville, KY), Roussel; Thomas J. (Louisville, KY), Crain; Mark M. (Georgetown, IN), Jackson; Douglas J. (New Albany, IN), Walsh; Kevin M. (Louisville, KY), Naber; John F. (Goshen, KY), Baldwin; Richard P. (Louisville, KY), Franco; Danielle B. (Mount Washington, KY)
University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. (Louisville, KY)
11/ 524,357
September 20, 2006
STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT INTEREST This invention was made with government assistance provided by the National Science Foundation EPSCOR under Contract No. 6016955, and provided by the Department of Energy EPSCOR under Contract No. 46411101095. The government has certain rights in this invention.