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biochip

[′bī·ō‚chip]
(electronics)
An experimental type of integrated circuit whose basic components are organic molecules.
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A range of biochip surfaces was investigated, including raw and treated (silane- and protein-coated) substrates, which amounted in total to over 250 samples (sample size was that of a typical Randox biochip, 9 x 9 mm) from a representative selection of production batches.
The company's initial product offerings include the Protein Profiling Biochip System and the Human Cytokine Biochip.
Typical roles for Tegal's etching systems used in MEMS and biochip fabrication include producing structures in silicon, silicon nitride, and silicon dioxide, in organic materials like BCB and polyimide and in noble metals, like platinum and gold.
In typical practical applications, the results of an initial experiment will be analyzed and used to change the composition of the biochip to further optimize its performance.
Pharmaceutical and academic laboratories will remain the leading consumers of biochip products and services, as researchers seek to streamline the drug discovery process and create more powerful tools for diagnostic, disease management, toxicological monitoring and other applications.
Global Biochip Markets: Microarrays and Lab-on-a-Chip
15, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The report "China Biochip Industry 2015 Market Research Report" is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Biochip industry.
Motorola entered another alliance in July to work on biochips with Packard Instrument.
The biochip market is influenced by its parent (biotechnology) market with North America and Europe accounting for a larger chunk in the red sector (human health) of the biotech market and the economies of Asia more focused towards the green sector (agricultural and zoo-technical sector).