Singapore Institute of Technology


  • Electroosmotic flow hysteresis for dissimilar ionic solutions
  • Electroosmotic Flow in Microchannel with Black Silicon Nanostructures
  • Magnetic nanochain integrated microfluidic biochips
  • Mixing enhancement in microfluidic channel with a constriction under periodic electro-osmotic flow
  • Analysis on micro-mixing enhancement through a constriction under time periodic electroosmotic flow
  • Phase-field simulation of impingement and spreading of micro-sized droplet on heterogeneous surface
  • Fitting micro-sized droplet into thinner line
  • Internal quality control: Moving average algorithms outperform Westgard rules
  • Electroosmotic flow hysteresis for dissimilar anionic solutions
  • Effect of microchannel junction angle on two-phase liquid-gas Taylor flow
  • Staff rostering, split team arrangement, social distancing (physical distancing) and use of personal protective equipment to minimize risk of workplace transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic: A simulation study
  • PH Change in Electroosmotic Flow Hysteresis
  • Direction dependence of displacement time for two-fluid electroosmotic flow
  • Patient-based quality control for glucometers: Using the moving sum of positive patient results and moving average
  • Effect of nanostructures orientation on electroosmotic flow in a microfluidic channel
  • Impact of combining data from multiple instruments on performance of patient-based real-time quality control
  • Setting minimum clinical performance specifications for tests based on disease prevalence and minimum acceptable positive and negative predictive values: Practical considerations applied to COVID-19 testing
  • Ionic origin of electro-osmotic flow hysteresis
  • Simulation of impingement and spreading of micro-droplet on non-homogeneous solid surface
  • An investigation into a micro-sized droplet impinging on a surface with sharp wettability contrast
  • Precision Verification: Effect of Experiment Design on False Acceptance and False Rejection Rates
  • Asking why: moving beyond error detection to failure mode and effects analysis
  • An Objective Approach to Deriving the Clinical Performance of Autoverification Limits
  • Calibration Practices in Clinical Mass Spectrometry: Review and Recommendations
  • Lot-to-lot difference: a new approach to evaluate regression studies
  • Performance of four regression frameworks with varying precision profiles in simulated reference material commutability assessment
  • Letter to the Editor: On moving average and internal quality control
  • Lot-to-lot reagent verification: Effect of sample size and replicate measurement on linear regression approaches
  • Lot-to-lot variation and verification
  • Setting Bias Specifications Based on Qualitative Assays With a Quantitative Cutoff Using COVID-19 as a Disease Model
  • Comparison of six regression-based lot-to-lot verification approaches
  • Calibration frequency and analytical variability of laboratory measurements
  • Between and within calibration variation: implications for internal quality control rules
  • Functional Reference Limits: Describing Physiological Relationships and Determination of Physiological Limits for Enhanced Interpretation of Laboratory Results

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