The Henry Group recently welcomed Kentaro Yamada, a visiting scholar from Keio University in Japan. Kentaro will be working on paper-based analytical devices for detecting transition metals during his time here.
- “A nuclease protection ELISA assay for colorimetric and electrochemical detection of nucleic acids” Filer, J.E., Channon, R.b, Henry, C.S., Geiss, B.J. Analytical Methods, 2019.
- “An Ultra-sensitive Capacitive Microwire Sensor for Pathogen-Specific Serum Antibody Responses” Wang, L., Filer, J.E., Lorenz, M.M., Henry, C.S., Dandy, D.S., Geiss, B.J. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2019.
- “Janus Electrochemistry: Simultaneous Electrochemical Detection at Multiple Working Conditions in a Paper-based Analytical Device” Nantaphol, S., Kava, A.A., Channon, R.B., Kondo, T., Siangproh, W., Chailapakul, O., Henry, C.S. Analytica Chimica Acta, 2019.
“Electrochemical Dithiothreitol Assay for Large-Scale Particulate Matter Studies” Berg, K.E., Turner, L.R., Benka-Coker, M.L., Rajkumar, S., Young, B.N., Peel, J.L., Clark, M.L., Volckens, J., Henry, C.S. Aerosol Science and Technology, 2019.