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Miller and Grant M. By Christian Harteneck and Kristina Leuner. By Victor Tsetlin and Igor Kasheverov. Zakharova and A. Pushchina, A. Varaksin and D. Silva-Lucero, M. Taylor dispersion is avoided from the very beginning of the collection as the droplets are generated within the probe distal tip no dead volume. As the probe includes an open sampling inlet no membrane , the system temporal resolution is defined as the lapse of time between two consecutive droplets later analyzed.
A focus of this work was therefore to maintain this separation as well as the correct order between droplets at every step of the analytical process. For this purpose, a parylene-based substrate was developed and built using microfabrication methods. The laser parameters were adjusted in order to drill the holes until reaching the float glass wafer without altering its surface power 2.
Argon gas protection was used in order to limit redeposition of the burned waste on the substrate. After manufacturing the parylene base plate comprised a grid of holes equally spaced according to an optimized pattern which could efficiently capture aqueous droplets. The developed parylene base plate described above enables the distribution of the droplets, one by one, on the parylene membrane thus avoiding cross-contamination or loss of order.
As showed in Fig. Droplet distribution procedure and analysis on the parylene base plate. The float glass wafer is hydrophilic and tends to fix the aqueous samples in position while the hydrophobic parylene tends to extract away the PFD oil. In order to validate this tailor-made parylene base plate and accompanying distribution method, a red-colored water droplet enclosed between 2 PFD plugs stored in a capillary was distributed over a parylene hole and monitored until complete drying.
This is due to the high affinity of the PFD with the parylene membrane tending to spread the oil and increase the exchange surface while the contrary occurs for the water droplet. Once dried, the samples are easier to manipulate and compatible with different surface-based analysis methods. In order to minimize any potential sample contamination, the sample distribution took place under a laminar flow in controlled environment and the plate was protected in dedicated closed carrier tray during its entire life cycle, from microfabrication to samples analysis.
As a first approach, the measurements were performed using an inductively coupled quadrupole-based mass spectrometer series ICP, Agilent technologies coupled to a solid state laser ablation system NWR, ESI. This equipment comprised a focused Nd:YAG system used to laser ablate the sample material. The resulting products were then transported by helium carrier gas into the inductively coupled plasma ICP which ionized the samples.
The positively charged ions were then extracted from the plasma and analyzed in a quadrupole mass spectrometer MS which separated them with respect to their mass-to-charge ratio to be finally detected by the ion detector. The parameters used to perform the analysis of the brain-fluid samples were defined as the following; laser energy density 5. Two-dimensional 2D imaging was performed on the previously described parylene base plate after the distribution of the brain-fluid samples, as shown in Fig.
In vivo neurochemical measurements in cerebral tissues using a droplet-based monitoring system
All data were processed using Matlab and visualized using MSiReader A standard calibration solution Multi-element 2A, Agilent technologies was used to generate the calibration curves employed for quantifying the metal elements found in the brain-fluid samples. In order to mimic the final configuration of the in vivo collected samples, droplet trains of standards solution separated by PFD plugs were prepared using a flow focusing system driven by 2 syringe pumps Cetoni, Nemesys.
The droplets were collected in capillaries and then distributed over the parylene base plate. LA-ICP-MS analysis was performed on these samples and calibration curves were constituted considering the maximum concentration value averaged over five droplets. Gesteland, R.
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