Journal of Metals, Materials and Minerals

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Microfluidic is a multidisciplinary which encompasses the fields of physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, engineering, and biotechnology. It has been developed extensively for many applications such as handling biological entities such as DNA separation, immunoassay, cell sorting, biosensors, and enzymatic assays due to the potential offered by miniaturizing, high throughput of analysis, low cost of fabrication, multiplex functionality and portability. The surface modification of microfluidic devices has also been a major focus in research to help to enhance their efficiency. There is a variety of surface modification methods and in this paper we reviews and presents an overview of the surface modification techniques of microfluidic devices.

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