Congratulations to Tanyu and coauthors! Our paper, Ultrasensitive Microfluidic Solid-Phase ELISA Using an Actuatable Microwell-Patterned PDMS Chip has been selected as a Lab on a Chip HOT Article . It has also been highlighted on the Lab on a Chip blog at http://blogs.rsc.org/lc/ and promoted through their Twitter account at http://twitter.com/.
Lab on a Chip Top 10% papers are selected from all our high quality papers, to be of exceptional significance for the miniaturisation community. Papers in this category will have received excellent reports during peer review, and demonstrate a breakthrough in device technology, methodology or demonstrate important new results for chemistry, physics, biology or bioengineering enabled by miniaturisation.