We have recently reported a very sensitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay methods utilizing microfluidic platform. Our method can reliably measure ~100 fold smaller concentration compared to conventional methods.
I am an analytical chemist currently working in Kathmandu Institute of Applied Sciences (KIAS), Nepal. I obtained my education from University of Wyoming, Oregon State University, and Tribhuvan University. My current research interests include the development and use of miniaturized analytical methods (microfluidics, paper-analytical devices, point of care diagnostics) appropriate for resource limited settings for various applications. If you are interested in working together, write me an email.
My PhD research at the University of Wyoming involved the fabrication of glass microfluidic devices for sensitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays whereas my research while I was at Oregon State University tried to understand the distribution and transport of organic pollutants in the environment. Further, I had fabricated ion-selective electrodes during my study at Tribhuvan University.