The present invention relates to a flow-through diagnostic device including a biosensor for detecting an analyte in a fluid. The present invention provides a device for detecting an analyte in a sample comprising a capture probe module, wherein that capture probe module comprises (i) a segment of a flow channel comprising microchannels and (ii) a plurality of elements (e.g., porous membranes) comprising at least one capture probe or alternatively being capable of immobilizing at last one capture probe for detecting the analyte, wherein the elements are arranged in the flow channel in such an order that adjacent elements form part of the microchannels. [on SciFinder (R)]
|Publication status||Published - 20 Nov 2008|
Punyadeera, C. K., Broer, D. J., Lieshout, Van, R. M. L., Hermans, K., Prenen, A. M., & Bastiaansen, C. W. M. (2008). Flow-through diagnostic biosensor for detecting an analyte in a fluid. (Patent No. WO2008139389).