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Jahn, J. Reiner, W. DeVoe, L. Locascio, M. Gaitan, "Preparation of nanoparticles by continuous-flow microfluidics," J. Nanoparticle Research, 10, , Li, B. Piekarski, D. DeVoe, B. DeVoe, "Polyacrylamide gel plugs enabling 2-D microfluidic protein separations via isoelectric focusing and multiplexed sodium dodecyl sulfate gel electrophoresis," Electrophoresis, 29, , Tsao, P.

Kumar, J. Hromada, B. Nablo, J.

Kasianowicz, M. Gaitan, D. DeVoe, "Single molecule measurements within individual membrane-bound ion channels using a polymer-based bilayer lipid membrane chip," Lab Chip, 8, , Tsao, J. DeVoe, "Droplet formation from hydrodynamically-coupled capillaries for parallel microfluidic contact spotting," J. Marshall, D. Herman, P. Vernier, D. Jahn, W. Kumar, S. Kanakaraju, D. A, 88, , Yashar, P. Domanski, D. DeVoe, "A microfabricated flow controller for refrigerant expansion," J.

MEMS, 16, , Fang, L. Yang, W. Wang, T. Balgley, "Comparison of electrokinetics-based multidimensional separations coupled with electrospray ionization-tandem mass spectrometry for characterization of human salivary proteins," Anal. Guo, W. Wang, P. Rudnick, T. Song, J. Li, Z. Zhuang, R. Weil, D. DeVoe, C. Lee, B. Balgley, "Proteome analysis of microdissected formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissue specimens," J.

Martin, B. Balgley, J. Chen1, S. Dutta, J. Cranford, P. Rudnick, S. Kantartzis, D. Lee, E. Baehrecke, "Proteomic analysis of steroid-triggered autophagic programmed cell death in Drosophila melanogaster", Cell Death Differ. Guo, P. Rudnick, J. Zhuang, W. Zheng, D. Tsao, L. Hromada, J. Balgley, W. Wang, D.

Lee, "Mass spectrometry-based tissue proteomics for cancer biomarker discovery," review article, Personalized Medicine, 4, , Deng, P. Kumar, L. Li, D. Zhu, D. Meier, Z. Boger, C. Montgomery, S. Semancik, D. DeVoe, "Integrated microfluidic gas sensor for detection of volatile organic compounds in water," Sensors and Actuators B, , , Guo, C. Lee, W. Rudnick, W. Wang, C.


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Li, P. Kanakraju, D. Panchepakesan, R. Cavicchi, S. DeVoe, "Sensitivity, selectivity and stability of tin oxide nanostructures on large area arrays of microhotplates," Nanotechnology, 17, , Zhu, C. Dick, B. Balachandran, D.

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Evans, D. Buch, F. Rosenberger, W. Highsmith, C. Kimball, D. Lee, "Denaturing gradient-based two-dimensional gene mutation scanning in a polymer microfluidic network," Lab Chip, 5, , Sivanesan, K. Okamoto, D.

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English, C. Cochran, L. DeVoe, "High-power optical micro switch based on direct fiber actuation," Sensors and Actuators A, , , Ferguson, V. Nagaraj, B. DeVoe, "Modeling and design of composite free-free beam piezoelectric microresonators," Sensors and Actuators A, , , Wang, J. DeVoe, "Efficient electrospray ionization from polymer microchannels using integrated hydrophobic membranes," Lab Chip, 4, , Li, L.

Calhoun, P. Boudreaux, D. DeVoe, "Fabrication of piezoelectric Al0. Sniadecki, C. Lee, P. Sivanesan, D. DeVoe, "Induced pressure pumping in polymer microchannels via field-effect flow control," Anal. Li, J. Rosenberger, D. Buch, C. Lee, "DNA mutation detection in a polymer microfluidic network using temperature gradient gel electrophoresis," Anal. Maloney, D. Schreiber, D. DeVoe, "Large force electrothermal linear micromotors," J. Gao, B. Balgley, D. Lee, "Dynamic analyte introduction and focusing in plastic microfluidic devices for proteomic analysis," Electrophoresis, 24, , Parts and Mfg.

Traditional research has focused on planktonic bacteria when developing therapies for treating infections. However in reality, biofilms provide bacteria with elevated resistance to traditional antibiotics, rendering these treatments ineffective. Furthermore, biofilms and the higher doses of antibiotics used for treatment serve to exacerbate the spread of antibiotic resistance. In our group, we have developed several microsystems for effectively characterizing and treating biofilms. Microfluidic systems enable tight control of the biofilm microenvironment and minimize reagent volumes, allowing rapid high-throughput testing of the interactions of different compounds and conditions with biofilm.

Also, these microfluidic systems can be designed with integrated controls to improve experiment reproducibility and minimize the impact of the inherent variability in biofilm growth. In addition, we have developed integrated microsystems combining the microfluidics with novel biofilm sensing and treating strategies. In particular, our recent efforts have demonstrated real-time monitoring of biofilm growth by measuring the biofilm-induced change in biomass or dielectric property using surface acoustic wave sensor or an impedance sensor.

In addition, these sensors have been integrated with a biofilm removal mechanism, bioelectric effect, a phenomenon where a small electric field increases the susceptibility of a biofilm to an antimicrobial compound. Our current efforts are tailored towards developing flexible sensing platforms to allow the integration of these sensing and treating systems with the complex geometries of relevant colonized surfaces in medical applications.

Overall, the developed microsystems will allow us to examine novel treatment methods and minimize the spread of antibiotic resistant strains which would make a significant impact in healthcare. You are here Home. No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Discover the best of shopping and entertainment with Amazon Prime.

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