The National Science Foundation recently recognized some of our research that was done in collaboration with Brian Geiss and David Dandy in the Microbiology and Chemical & Biological Engineering departments at CSU. Together they developed a new technology that uses a a capacitive microwire sensor to detect small amounts of antibodies in a person’s blood. See below for links to the NSF article and the journal article.
- “Sealing 3D-printed parts to poly(dimethylsiloxane) for simple fabrication of microfluidic devices” Carrell, C.D., McCord, C.P, Wydallis, R.M., Henry, C.S. Analytica Chimica Act, 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2020.05.014
- “Paper-based nuclease protection assay with on-chip sample pretreatment for point-of-need nucleic acid detection” Noviana, E., Jain, S., Hostetter, J., Geiss, B.J., Dandy, D.S., Henry, C.S. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2020, 412, 3051-3061.
- “Emerging Applications of Paper-Based Analytical Devices for Drug Analysis: A Review” Noviana, E., Blascke Carroao, D., Pratiwi, R., Henry, C.S. Analytical Chimica Acta, 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2020.03.013
- “Sensitive distance-based paper-based quantification of mercury ions using carbon nanodots and heating-based preconcentration” Ninwong, B., Sangkaew, P., Hapa, P., Ratnarathorn, N., Menger, R.F., Henry, C.S., Dunchai, W. RSC Advances. 2020, 10(17), 9884-9893.