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124. U. A. Gurkan, D. Wood, D. Carranza, L. Herbertson, S. Diamond, E. Du, S. Guha, J. Di Paola, P. Hines, I. Papautsky, S. S. Shevkoplyas, N. J. Sniadecki, V. Pamula, P. Sundd, A. Rizwan, P. Qasba and W. A. Lam, “Next Generation Microfluidics: Fulfilling the Promise of Lab-on-a-Chip Technologies.” Lab Chip, 2024, doi:10.1039.D3LC00796K.

123. Q. Luan, I. Pulido, A. Isaguirre, J. Carretero, J. Zhou, T. Shimamura, I. Papautsky, “Deciphering fibroblast-induced drug resistance in nonsmall cell lung carcinoma through patient-derived organoids in agarose microwells,” Lab Chip 2024, 24. doi: 10.1039/D3LC01044A (in press)

122. A. Mukhopadhyay, Y. Tsukasaki, WC Chan, JP Le, ML Kwok, J. Zhou, V. Natarajan, N. Mostafazadeh, M. Maienschein-Cline, I. Papautsky, C. Tiruppathi, Z. Peng, J. Rehman, B. Ganesh, Y. Komarova, A. B. Malik, “Trans- Endothelial neutrophil migration activates bactericidal function via Piezo1 mechanosensing”, Immunity. 2024 Jan 9;57(1):52-67.e10. doi: 10.1016/j.immuni.2023.11.007

121. E. Boselli, Z. Wu, EN Haynes, I. Papautsky, “Screen-Printed Sensors Modified with Nafion and Mesoporous Carbon for Electrochemical Detection of Lead in Blood.” J Electrochem Soc. 2024 Feb 1;171(2):027513. doi: 10.1149/1945-7111/ad2397.


120. H. Gao, J. Zhou, M. Naderi, Z. Peng, I. Papautsky, “Evolution of focused streams for viscoelastic flow in spiral microchannels.” Microsyst Nanoeng 9, 73 (2023). doi:10.1038/s41378-023-00520-4

119. S. Cardona, N. Mostafazadeh, Q. Luan, J. Zhou, Z. Peng, I. Papautsky, “Numerical Modeling of Physical Cell Trapping in Microfluidic Chips.” Micromachines 2023, 14, 1665.

118. C. Macaraniag, J. Zhou, J. Li, W. Putzbach, N. Hay, I. Papautsky, “Microfluidic isolation of breast cancer circulating tumor cells from microvolumes of mouse blood.” Electrophoresis. 2023 Dec;44(23):1859-1867. doi: 10.1002/elps.202300108.

117.  J. Zhou, A. Vorobyeva, Q. Luan, I. Papautsky, “Single Cell Analysis of Inertial Migration by Circulating Tumor Cells and Clusters.” Micromachines 2023, 14, 787.

116. A. Friedman, E. Boselli, Y. Ogneva-Himmelberger, W. Heiger-Bernays, P. Brochu, M. Burgess, S. Schildroth, A. Denehy, T. Downs, I. Papautsky, B. Clauss Henn, “Manganese in residential drinking water from a community initiated case study in Massachusetts,” Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology; doi: 10.1038/s41370-023-00563-9

115. M. Wu, Y. Gao, Q. Luan, I. Papautsky, X. Chen, J. Xu, “Three-dimensional lab-on-a-foil device for dielectrophoretic separation of cancer cells,” Electrophoresis 2023;44:1802–1809.

114. Z. Zhang, E. Boselli, I. Papautsky, “Potentiometric Sensor System with Self-Calibration for Long-Term, In Situ Measurements.” Chemosensors 2023, 11, 48.


113. C. Macaraniag, Q. Luan, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Microfluidic techniques for isolation, formation, and characterization of circulating tumor cells and clusters,” APL Bioeng. 6 (2022); doi: 10.1063/5.0093806

112. G. Lauricella, J. Zhou, I. Papautsky, and Z. Peng, “Computational study of inertial migration of prolate particles in a straight rectangular channel using smoothed particle hydrodynamics”, Phys. Fluids. 2022

111. M. Naderi, L. Barilla, J. Zhou, I. Papautsky, and Z. Peng, “Elasto-Inertial Focusing Mechanisms of Particles in Shear-Thinning Viscoelastic Fluid in Rectangular Microchannels,” Micromachines 2022, 13, 2131.

110.  Q. Luan, J. H. Becker, C. Macaraniag, M. G. Massad, J. Zhou, T. Shimamura, I. Papautsky, “Non-small cell lung carcinoma spheroid models in agarose microwells for drug response studies,” Lab Chip, 2022, doi: 10.1039/D2LC00244B

109. C. Andreasi Bassi, Z. Wu, L. Forst, and I. Papautsky, “Determination of Mercury with a Miniature Sensor for Point-of-care Testing,” Electroanalysis, 34, 2022.

108.  Z. Wu, A. Rehman, Z. Zhang, and I. Papautsky, “Automatic Microtitrator for Small Volume Samples,” ACS Meas. Sci. Au 2022, 2, 5, 430–438.

107. Z. Zhang, I. Papautsky, “Solid Contact Ion-selective Electrodes on Printed Circuit Board with Membrane Displacement,” Electroanalysis, 2022. doi: 10.1002/elan.202100686

106. Y. Gao, M. Wu, Q. Luan, I. Papautsky, J. Xu, “Acoustic bubble for spheroid trapping, rotation, and culture: a Tumor-on-a-Chip platform (ABSTRACT platform),” Lab Chip, 2022. doi: 10.1039/d1lc01012c

105. Z.Wu, W.R. Heineman, E. Haynes, I. Papautsky, “Electrochemical Determination of Manganese in Whole Blood with Indium Tin Oxide Electrode”. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 2022, 169(5).


104. F. Amadeo, H. Gao, P. Mukherjee, J. Zhou, I. Papautsky, “Polycarbonate Masters for Soft Lithography”, Micromachines, 2021, 12(11), 1392.

103. Z. Zhang, I. Papautsky, “Miniature Ion-selective Electrodes with Mesoporous Carbon Black as Solid Contact”, Electroanalysis, 2021, 33, 10, 2143-2151.

102. E. Boselli, Z. Wu, A. Friedman, B. Claus Henn, I. Papautsky,  “Validation of Electrochemical Sensor for Determination of Manganese in Drinking Water”, Environmental Science & Technology, 2021, 55, 11, 7501-7509.

101. J. Zhou, I. Papautsky, “Resolving dynamics of inertial migration in straight and curved microchannels by direct cross-sectional imaging,” Biomicrofluidics, 2021, 15: 014101  doi: 10.1063/5.0032653


100. J. Zhou, I. Papautsky, “Viscoelastic microfluidics: progress and challenges,” Microsystems & Nanoengineering, 2020, 6 (1), 1-24.

99. J. Zhou, Z. Peng, I. Papautsky, “Mapping inertial migration in the cross section of a microfluidic channel with high-speed imaging,” Microsystems & Nanoengineering, 2020, 6: 105.

98. Q. Luan, C. Macaraniag, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Microfluidic systems for hydrodynamic trapping of cells and clusters,” Biomicrofluidics 14, 031502, 2020.

97. A. Bogseth, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Evaluation of performance and tunability of a co-flow inertial microfluidic device,” Micromachines, 2020, 11(3), 287.


96. J. Zhou, P. Mukherjee, H. Gao, Q. Luan, and I. Papautsky, “Label-free microfluidic sorting of microparticles,” APL Bioengineering, 3, 041504, 2019.

95. J. Zhou and I. Papautsky, “Size-dependent enrichment of leukocytes from undiluted whole blood using shear-induced diffusion”, Lab Chip, 19, 3416-3426, 2019.

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94. P. Mukherjee, F. Nebuloni, H. Gao, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Rapid prototyping of soft lithography masters for microfluidic devices using dry film photoresist in a non-cleanroom setting,” Micromachines, 2019, 10(3), 192.

93. J. Zhou, A. Kulasinghe, A. Bogseth, K. O’Byrne, C. Punyadeera, and I. Papautsky, “Isolation of circulating tumor cells in non-small-cell-lung-cancer (NSCLC) patients using a multi-flow microfluidic channel”, Microsystems & Nanoengineering, 2019, 5, 8.

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92. A. Kulasinghe, J. Zhou, L. Kenny, I. Papautsky, and C. Punyadeera, “Capture of circulating tumour cell clusters using straight microfluidic chip,” Cancers, 2019, 11(1), 89.

91. Y. Liu and I. Papautsky, “Heterogeneous immunoassay using channels and droplets in a digital microfluidic platform”, Micromachines, 2019, 10(2), 107.

90. P. Mukherjee, X. Wang, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Single stream inertial focusing in low aspect-ratio triangular microchannels,” Lab Chip, 2019, 19, 147-157.


89. J. Zhou, C. Tu, Y. Liang, B. Huang, Y. Fang, X. Liang, I. Papautsky and X. Ye, “Isolation of cells from whole blood using shear-induced diffusion,” Scientific Reports, 2018, 8, 9411.


88. N. Nivedita, N. Garg, A. P. Lee and I. Papautsky, “A high throughput microfluidic platform for size-selective enrichment of cell populations in tissue and blood samples,” Analyst, 2017, 142, 2558-2569.

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87. C. A. Rusinek, W. Kang, K. Nahan, M. Hawkins, C. Quartermaine, A. Stastny, A. Bange,
I. Papautsky, and W. R. Heineman, “Determination of manganese in whole blood by cathodic stripping voltammetry with indium tin oxide,” Electroanalysis, 2017, 29, 1850–1853.

86. N. Nivedita, P. Ligrani, and I. Papautsky, “Dean flow dynamics in low-aspect ratio spiral microchannels,” Scientific Reports, 2017, 7, 44072.

85. X. Wang, H. Gao, N. Dindic, N. Kaval, and I. Papautsky, “A low-cost, plug-and-play inertial microfluidic helical capillary device for high-throughput flow cytometry”, Biomicrofluidics, 2017, 11, 014107, doi: 10.1063/1.4974903

84. W. Kang, C. Rusinek, A. Bange, E. Haynes, W. R. Heineman, and I. Papautsky, “Determination of manganese using cathodic stripping voltammetry on a platinum thin-film electrode”, Electroanalysis, 2017, 29, 686–695, doi: 10.1002/elan.201600679.

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83. W. Kang, X. Pei, C. A. Rusinek, A. Bange, E. N. Haynes, W. R. Heineman, and I. Papautsky, “Determination of lead with a copper-based electrochemical sensor,” Anal. Chem., 2017, 89 (6), pp 3345–3352, doi: 10.1021/acs.analchem.6b03894.

82. R. C. Murdock, K. M. Gallegos, J. A. Hagen, N. Kelley-Loughnane, A. Weiss, and I. Papautsky, “Development of a point-of-care diagnostic for influenza detection with antiviral treatment effectiveness indication,” Lab Chip, 2017, 17, 332-332, doi:10.1039/C6LC01074A.


81. X. Wang, X. Yang, and I. Papautsky, “An integrated inertial microfluidic vortex sorter for tunable sorting and purification of cells,” Technology, 2016, 04, 88 DOI: 10.1142/S2339547816400112.

80. M. A. Kandadai, P. Mukherjee, H. Shekhar, G. J. Shaw, I. Papautsky, C. K. Holland, “Microfluidic manufacture of rt-PA -loaded echogenic liposomes”, Biomedical Microdevices, 2016, 18, 48.

79. C. Rusinek, A. Bange, M. Warren, W. Kang, K. Nahan, I. Papautsky, W. Heineman, “Trace detection of manganese using cathodic stripping voltammetry with an indium tin oxide working electrode coated with a charge selective polymer film,” Anal. Chem., 2016, 88 (8), 4221–4228.

78. X. Wang, C. Liedert, R. Liedert, and I. Papautsky, “Disposable, roll-to-roll hot embossed inertial microfluidic device for size-based sorting of microbeads and cells,” Lab Chip, 2016, 16, 1821-1830.

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77. S. L. SelvaKumar, X. Wang, J. Hagen, R. Naik, I. Papautsky and J. Heikenfeld, “Label free nano-aptasensor for interleukin-6 in biofluids,” Anal. Methods, 2016, 8, 3440-3444.


76. X. Wang, M. Zandi, C.-C. Ho, N. Kaval, and I. Papautsky, “Single stream inertial focusing in a straight microchannel,” Lab Chip, 2015, 15, 1812-1821.

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  • Top 3 most downloaded article in Lab on a Chip in Mar 2015

75. C. A. Rusinek, A. Bange, I. Papautsky, and W. R. Heineman, “Cloud point extraction for electroanalysis: anodic stripping voltammetry of cadmium,” Anal. Chem., 2015, 87(12), 6133–6140.

74. X. Wang and I. Papautsky, “Size-based microfluidic multimodal microparticle sorter,” Lab Chip, 2015, 15, 1350-1359.

  • Top 5 most downloaded article in Lab on a Chip in Jan 2015

73. D. Rose, M. Ratterman, D. Griffin, L. Hou, N. Kelley-Loughnane, R. Naik, J. Hagen, I. Papautsky, J. Heikenfeld, “Adhesive RFID sensor patch for monitoring of sweat electrolytes,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 2015. 62(6), 1457-1465.

72. A. Banerjee, J.-H. Noh, Y. Liu, P. Rack, I. Papautsky, “Programmable electrowetting with channels and droplets,” Micromachines, 2015, 6(2), 172-185.


71. W. Kang, X. Pei, A. Bange, W. R. Heineman, I. Papautsky, “Copper-based electrochemical sensor with palladium electrode for cathodic stripping voltammetry of manganese,” Anal. Chem., 2014, 86(24), 12070-12077.

70. J. Zhou, P. V. Giridhar, S. Kasper, and I. Papautsky, “Modulation of rotation-induced lift force for cell filtration in a low aspect ratio microchannel”, Biomicrofluidics, 2014, 8, 044112.

69. X. Pei, W. Kang, W. Yue, A. Bange, W. R. Heineman, and I. Papautsky, “Disposable copper-based electrochemical sensor for anodic stripping voltammetry”, Anal. Chem., 2014, 86(10), 4893-4900.

68. A. Schultz, I. Papautsky, and J. Heikenfeld, “Investigation of Laplace barriers for arrayed electrowetting lab-on-a-chip,” Langmuir, 2014, 30, 5349-5356.

67. M. Ratterman, L. Shen, D. Klotzkin, I. Papautsky, “Carbon dioxide luminescent sensor based on a CMOS image array,” Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical, 2014, 198, 1-6.

66. Y. Liu, A. Banerjee, and I. Papautsky, “Precise nanoliter droplet generation and volume control in electrowetting microchannels,” Microfluidics Nanofluidics, 2014, 17(2), 295-303.

65. X. Pei, W. Kang, A. Bange, W. R. Heineman and I. Papautsky, “Improving reproducibility of lab-on-a-chip sensor with bismuth working electrode for measuring Zn in serum by stripping voltammetry,” J. Electrochem. Soc., 2014, 161(2), B3160-B3166.


64. R. Murdock, L. Shen, D. Griffin, N. Kelley-Loughnane, I. Papautsky, J. Hagen, “Optimization of a paper-based ELISA for a human performance biomarker,” Anal. Chem, 2013, 85(23), 11634-11642.

63. W. Kang, X. Pei, A. Bange, W. R. Heineman and I. Papautsky, “Lab-on-a-chip sensor with evaporated bismuth film electrode for anodic stripping voltammetry of Zn,” Electroanalysis, 2013, 25(12), 2586-2594.

62. J. Zhou, S. Kasper and I. Papautsky, “Enhanced size-dependent trapping of particles using microvortices,” Microfluidics Nanofluidics, 2013, 15(5), 611-623.

61. W. Yue, A. Bange, B. L. Riehl, J. M. Johnson, I. Papautsky and W. R. Heineman, “The application of nafion metal catalyst free carbon nanotube modified gold electrode: voltammetric bovine zinc detection,” Electroanalysis, 2013, 25(10), 2259–2267.

60. N. Nivedita and I. Papautsky, “Continuous separation of blood cells in spiral microfluidic devices,” Biomicrofluidics, 2013, 7, 054101.

59. X. Wang, J. Zhou, and I. Papautsky, “Vortex-aided inertial microfluidic device for continuous particle separation with high size-selectivity, efficiency, and purity,” Biomicrofluidics, 2013, 7, 044119.

58. V. N. Shanov, M. Schulz, T. D. Mantei, F. J. Boerio, L. Smith, S. Iyer, I. Papautsky, D. D. Dionysiou, D. Shi, and J. Bickle, “Integration of Nanoscale Science and Technology into Undergraduate Curricula,” Journal of Nano Education, 2013, 5, 1-7.

57. J. Zhou, P.V. Giridhar, S. Kasper and I. Papautsky, “Modulation of aspect ratio for complete separation in an inertial microfluidic channel,” Lab Chip, 2013, 13, 1919-1929.

56. L. Hou, J. Hagen, X. Wang, I. Papautsky, R. Naik, N. Kelley-Loughnane and J. Heikenfeld, “Artificial Microfluidic Skin for In Vitro Perspiration Simulation and Testing,” Lab Chip, 2013, 13, 1868–1875.

55. R. Dixit, L. Shen, M. Ratterman, I. Papautsky and D. Klotzkin, “Simultaneous Single Detector Measurement of Multiple Fluorescent Sources,” IEEE Sensors Journal, 2013, 13, 1965-1971.

54. X. Wang, J. A. Hagen and I. Papautsky, “Paper pump for passive programmable transport,” Biomicrofluidics, 2013, 7, 014107

53. J. Zhou and I. Papautsky, “Fundamentals of Inertial Focusing in Microchannels,” Lab Chip, 2013, 13, 1121-1132.

  • Top 5 most accessed article in Lab on a Chip in Jan 2013

52. P. Jothimuthu, R. A. Wilson, J. Herren, X. Pei, W. Kang, R. Daniels, H. Wong, F. Beyette, W. R. Heineman and I. Papautsky, “Zinc Detection in Serum by Anodic Stripping Voltametry on Microfabricated Bismuth Electrodes,” Electroanalysis, 2013, 25, 401-407.


51. A. Banerjee, Y. Liu, J. Heikenfeld and I. Papautsky, “Deterministic splitting of fluid volumes in electrowetting microfluidics” Lab Chip, 2012, 12, 5138-5141.

50. L. Shen, J. Hagen, I. Papautsky, “Point-of-Care Colorimetric Detection with a Smartphone,” Lab Chip, 2012, 12, 4240–4243.

49. W. Yue, A. Bange, B. Reihl, J. M. Johnson, I. Papautsky, W. R. Heineman, “Manganese detection with a metal catalyst free carbon nanotube electrode: anodic vs. cathodic stripping voltammetry,” Electroanalysis, 2012, 24, 1909-1914.

48. A. Banerjee, E. Kreit, Y. Liu, J. Heikenfeld and I. Papautsky, “Reconfigurable virtual electrowetting channels,” Lab Chip, 2012, 12, 758-764.


47. W.-H. Choi, W. H. Lee, and I. Papautsky, “Multi-analyte needle-type sensor for in situ measurement of pH and phosphate,” J. Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS (JM3), 2011, 10, 020501.

46. P. Jothimuthu, R. A. Wilson, J. Herren, E. Haynes, W. R. Heineman, and I. Papautsky, “Lab-on-a-chip sensor for detection of highly electronegative heavy metals by anodic stripping voltammetry,” Biomed. Microdev., 2011, 13, 695-703.

45. L. Shen, M. Ratterman, D. Klotzkin, and I. Papautsky, “A CMOS optical detection system for point-of-care chemical sensors,” Sensors Actuators B, 2011, 155, 430-435.

44. L. Shen, M. Ratterman, D. Klotzkin, and I. Papautsky, “Use of a low-cost CMOS detector and cross-polarization signal isolation for oxygen sensing,” IEEE Sensors J., 2011, 11, 1359-1360.

43. W. H. Lee, J.-H. Lee, W.-H. Choi, A. A. Hosni, I. Papautsky, and P. L Bishop, “Needle-type environmental microsensors: design, construction and uses of microelectrodes and multi-analyte MEMS sensor arrays,” Meas. Sci. Technol., 2011, 22, 042001.


42. E. Kreit, M. Dhindsa, S. Yang, K. Zhou, I. Papautsky, and J. Heikenfeld, “Porous electrowetting barriers for digital flow thresholding and virtual fluid confinement,” Langmuir, 2010, 26, 18550-18556.

41. A. A. S. Bhagat, S. S. Kuntaegowdanahalli, N. Kaval, C. J. Seliskar, and I. Papautsky, “Inertial microfluidics for sheath-less high-throughput flow cytometry,” Biomed. Microdev., 2010, 12, 187-195.

40. M. Dhindsa, J. Heikenfeld, S. Kwon, J. Park, P. Rack, I. Papautsky, “Virtual electrowetting channels: electronic liquid transport with continuous channel functionality,” Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 832-836.

39. K. A Comandur, A. A. S. Bhagat, S. Dasgupta, I. Papautsky, and R. K. Banerjee, “Transport and reaction of nano-liter samples in a microfluidic reactor using electroosmotic flow,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2010, 20, 035017.

38. A. Banerjee, Y. Shuai, R. Dixit, I. Papautsky, and D. Klotzkin, “Concentration dependence of fluorescence signal in a microfluidic fluorescence detector,” J. Lumin., 2010, 130, 1095-1100.


37. S. S. Kuntaegowdanahalli, A. A. S. Bhagat, and I. Papautsky, “Dean force coupled inertial migration based particle separation in spiral microchannels,” Lab Chip, 2009, 9, 2973-2980.

36. T-S. Lim, J.-H. Lee, I. Papautsky, “Effects of Recess Dimensions on Performance of the Recessed Cathode Dissolved Oxygen Sensor,” Sensors Actuators B, 2009, 141, 50-57.

35. A. A. S. Bhagat, S. S. Kuntaegowdanahalli, and I. Papautsky, “Geometrically modulated inertial microfluidics for continuous particle filtration and extraction,” Microfluid. Nanofluid., 2009, 7, 217-226.

34. W. H. Lee, J.-H. Lee, P. L. Bishop, I. Papautsky, “Biological application of MEMS microelectrode array sensors for direct measurement of phosphate in the enhanced biological phosphorous removal process,” Water Environ. Res., 2009, 81, 748-754.

33. P. Jothimuthu, A. A. S. Bhagat, A. Carroll, G. Lin, J. Mack, and I. Papautsky, “Photodefinable PDMS thin films for microfabrication applications,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2009, 19, 045024.

32. J-H. Lee, W. H. Lee, P. L. Bishop, I. Papautsky, “Cobalt coated needle-type microelectrode array sensor for in situ monitoring of phosphate,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2009, 19, 025022.


31. A. A. S. Bhagat, S. S. Kuntaegowdanahalli, and I. Papautsky, “Continuous particle separation in spiral microchannels using Dean flows and differential migration,” Lab Chip, 2008, 8, 1906-1914.

30. A. A. S. Bhagat, S. Kuntaegowdanahalli, and I. Papautsky, “Enhanced particle filtration in straight microchannels using shear-modulated inertial migration,” Physics of Fluids, 2008, 20, 101702.

29. A. A. S. Bhagat, and I. Papautsky, “Enhancing particle dispersion in a passive planar micromixer using rectangular obstacles,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2008, 18, 085005.

28. S. Dasgupta, A. A. S. Bhagat, M. Horner, I. Papautsky, and R. K. Banerjee, “Effects of applied electric field and microchannel wetted perimeter on electroosmotic velocity,” Microfluid. Nanofluid., 2008, 5, 185-192.

27. A. Pais, A. Banerjee, D. Klotzkin, and I. Papautsky, “High-sensitivity, disposable lab-on-a-chip with thin-film organic electronics for fluorescence detection,” Lab Chip, 2008, 8, 794-800.

26. A. Banerjee, A. Pais, I. Papautsky, and D. Klotzkin, “A polarization isolation method for high-sensitivity, low cost on-chip fluorescence detection for microfluidic lab-on-a-chip,” IEEE Sensors Journal, 2008, 8(5), 621-627.

25. I. Papautsky and E. T. K. Peterson, “An introductory course to biomedical microsystems for undergraduates,” Biomed. Microdev., 2008, 10, 375-378.


24. J-H. Lee, Y. Seo, T.-S. Lim, P. L. Bishop, and I. Papautsky, “MEMS needle-type sensor array for in situ measurements of dissolved oxygen and redox potential,” Environ. Sci. Technol., 2007, 41(22), 7857-7863.

23. J-H. Lee, T.-S. Lim, Y. Seo, P. L. Bishop, and I. Papautsky, “Needle-type dissolved oxygen microelectrode array sensors for in situ measurements,” Sensors Actuators B, 2007, 128, 179-185.

22. A. A. S. Bhagat, P. Jothimuthu, and I. Papautsky, “Photodefinable polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) for rapid lab-on-a-chip prototyping,” Lab Chip, 2007, 7, 1192-1197.

21. A. A. S. Bhagat, E. T. K. Peterson, and I. Papautsky, “A passive planar micromixer with obstructions for mixing at low Reynolds numbers,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2007, 17, 1017-1024.

20. G. Jing, A. Polaczyk, D. Oerther, and I. Papautsky, “Developing biochip for culture based detection of environmental mycobacteria,” Sensors Actuators B, 2007, 123, 614-629.

19. A. A. S. Bhagat, A. Pais, P. Jothimuthu, and I. Papautsky, “Re-usable quick-release interconnect for characterization of microfluidic systems,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2007, 17, 42-49.

18. D. Klotzkin and I. Papautsky, “High-sensitivity integrated fluorescence analysis for microfluidic lab-on-a-chip,” SPIE News, 2007, DOI: 10.1117/2.1200705.0748.


17. J-H. Lee, A. Jang, R. R. Myers, P. Bhadri, W. Timmons, F. R. Beyette, P. L. Bishop, and I. Papautsky, “Fabrication of microelectrode arrays for sensing of oxidation reduction potentials,” Sensors Actuators B, 2006, 115(1), 220-226.

16. A. Polaczyk, B. Kinkle, I. Papautsky, and D. B. Oerther, “Culture-based MEMS device to track Gordonia in activated sludge,” Environ. Sci. Technol., 2006, 40(7), 2269-2274.


15. C. Li, F. E. Sauser, R. G. Azizkhan, C. Ahn, and I. Papautsky, “Polymer flip-chip bonding pressure sensors on flexible Kapton film for neonatal catheters,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2005, 15(9), 1729-1735.

14. A. Jang, J.-H. Lee, P. R. Bhadri, W. Timmons, F. R. Beyette, I. Papautsky, and P. L. Bishop, “Miniaturized redox potential probe for in situ environmental monitoring,” Environ. Sci. Technol., 2005, 39(16), 6191-6197.

13. G. Jing, H. B. Eluru, A. Polaczyk, B. Kinkle, D. B. Oerther, and I. Papautsky, “Paraffin surfaces for culture-based detection of mycobacteria in environmental samples,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2005, 15(2), 270-276.


12. G. Jing, G. Hollis, A. Polaczyk, H. B. Eluru, B. Kinkle, D. B. Oerther, and I. Papautsky, “Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves,” Analyst, 2004, 129(10), 963-969.

11. J. Narasimhan and I. Papautsky, “Polymer embossing tools for rapid prototyping plastic microfluidic devices,” J. Micromech. Microeng., 2004, 14(1), 96-103.

10. P. Srinivasan, F. R. Beyette, and I. Papautsky, “Micromachined arrays of cantilevered glass probes,” Applied Optics, 2004, 43(4), 776-782.

9. I. Nikcevic, A. Bange, E. T. K. Peterson, I. Papautsky, W. R.Heineman, H. B. Halsall, and C. J. Seliskar, “Imaging fluorescently labeled microbeads on polymer surfaces using epifluorescence microscopy,” Sci. Technol. Safety, 2004, 2, 35-40.


8. I. Papautsky, S. Mohanty, R. Weiss, and A. B. Frazier, “High lane density slab-gel electrophoresis using micromachined instrumentation,” Electrophoresis, 2001, 22, 3908-3915.


7. I. Papautsky, J. Brazzle, H. Swerdlow, and A. B. Frazier, “Micromachined pipette arrays,” IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 2000, 47, 812-819.

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