Products/Services for Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) Devices

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    Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) Devices - (19 companies)
    Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices are integrated semiconductors that serve as a laboratory for the testing and analysis of very small chemical and clinical samples. Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices are integrated semiconductor devices that serve...
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    MEMS Devices - (42 companies)
    An abbreviation for microelectromechanical systems, MEMS embeds very small devices in consumer electronics, medical devices, and industrial sensors. Typically, MEMS devices are found in computers, microphones and iPhones; lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices...
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    Device Programmers - (96 companies)
    Device programmers are used to program nonvolatile memory such as microcontrollers, erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM), programmable logic devices (PLDs), programmable array logic (PAL), generic array logic (GAL) and other electrically...
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    Device Drivers - (110 companies)
    Device drivers are programs that provide the interface between general use software (such as an operating system) and specific hardware or software modules. With personal computers (PCs), drivers are often packaged as dynamic link library (DLL...
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    Device Programming Services - (102 companies)
    Device programming services companies program FPGAs, ASICs, GALs, PALs, EPROMs and other electronic components. This programming is sometimes performed at facilities that assemble PCBs. Device programming services program field-programmable gate...
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    Biosensors and Microarrays - (34 companies)
    Biosensors, microarrays, biochips and lab-on-chip (LOC) products are microscale devices for biological, biochemical and chemical arrays. They consist of microfluidic channels and a biodetector or microsensor arrays. Biosensors, microarrays, biochips...
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    Digitizer Tablets - (25 companies)
    Digitizer tablets or graphics tablets are pressure-sensitive data input devices that allow users to select and draw images with a special pen called a stylus or a mouse-like device called a puck. Pucks feature a series of buttons and a lens...
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    Programmable Logic Devices (PLD) - (196 companies)
    Programmable logic devices (PLD) are designed with configurable logic and flip-flops linked together with programmable interconnect. PLDs provide specific functions, including device-to-device interfacing, data communication, signal processing, data...
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    Sensor Chips - (279 companies)
    ...chips have several integrated circuit (IC) package types: SC-170, which is used in handheld devices such as cellular phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs). Small outline transistor (SOT) packages like SOT23 and SOT123. Small outline (SO...
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    Burn-in Test Equipment - (50 companies)
    Burn-in test equipment uses elevated voltages, temperatures and power cycling to evaluate high power chips, boards or products. The burn-in process accelerates failures normally seen as "infant mortality " in a device. Burn-in test equipment uses...
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...to manipulate at the nanoscale are also beginning to have a significant impact. The term lab-on-a-chip (LOC) is usually applied to devices that integrate a variety of functions onto a substrate such as glass, ceramic or polymer. Typically, these devices are a few square centimetres in surface area...

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According to a market report issued by Technical Insights (San Antonio, TX), the worldwide market for microarrays, microfluidics devices, and other biochips is expected to grow at an annual rate of 65% and reach $3.3 billion by 2004. Complete chemical lab-on-a-chip (LOC) technologies will have...

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Micro-total analysis systems ( uTAS) or lab-on-a-chip systems (LoC) allow nonskilled people to perform complete and complex analyses, for example, for diagnostics or the detection of allergens, harmful bacteria and toxic substances. The benefits of these devices include simplified handling...

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Micro-total analysis systems ( uTAS) or lab-on-a-chip systems (LoC) allow nonskilled people to perform complete and complex analyses, for example, for diagnostics or the detection of allergens, harmful bacteria and toxic substances. The benefits of these devices include simplified handling...

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