Research done @McGill University, Montreal

  1. Cho, Matthew, et al. Protein Adsorption on Solid Surfaces: Data Mining, Database, Molecular Surface-Derived Properties, and Semiempirical Relationships. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2024. (PDF: Cho et al 2024).
  2. Mardanpour, Mohammad Mahdi, et al. Investigation of air bubble behavior after gas embolism events induced in a microfluidic network mimicking microvasculature. Lab on a Chip, 2024. (PDF: Mardanpour et al 2024).
  3. Dobroiu, Serban, et al. Single-Molecule Detection on Nanoparticles-on-Nanoposts. En 2023 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Nanotechnology (NANO). IEEE, 2023. p. 426-430. (PDF:Dobroiu et al. 2023b).
  4. Dobroiu, Serban, et al. Spatially Addressable Multiplex Biodetection by Calibrated Micro/Nanostructured Surfaces. ACS sensors, 2023, vol. 8, no 5, p. 1882-1890. (PDF: Dobroiu et al. 2023).
  5. Tsuzuki, T., Baassiri, K., Mahmoudi, Z., Perumal, A. S., Rajendran, K., Rubies, G. M., & Nicolau, D. V. (2022). Hydrophobic Recovery of PDMS Surfaces in Contact with Hydrophilic Entities: Relevance to Biomedical Devices. Materials15(6), 2313. (PDF: Tsuzuki et al 2022).
  6. Kang’iri, S. M., Salem, A., Nicolau, D. V., & Nitta, T. (2022). Effects of defective motors on the active transport in biosensors powered by biomolecular motors. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 114011. (PDF: Kangiri 2022)
  7. Perumal, Ayyappasamy Sudalaiyadum, et al. “As good as it gets: a scaling comparison of DNA computing, network biocomputing, and electronic computing approaches to an NP-complete problem.” New Journal of Physics 23.12 (2021): 125001. (PDF: Sudalaiyadum_Perumal 2021).
  8. Tokárová, Viola, et al. “Patterns of bacterial motility in microfluidics-confining environments.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118.17 (2021). (PDF: Tokarova et al 2021 (incl SI)).
  9. Van Delft, Falco CMJM, et al. “Design and fabrication of networks for bacterial computing.” New Journal of Physics 23.8 (2021): 085009. (PDF: van_Delft et al 2021).
  10. Janská, Petra, et al. “Effect of physicochemical parameters on the stability and activity of garlic alliinase and its use for in-situ allicin synthesis.” Plos one 16.3 (2021): e0248878. (PDF: Janska et al 2021).
  11. Imanbekova, Meruyert, et al. “Lensless, reflection-based dark-field microscopy (RDFM) on a CMOS chip.” Biomedical Optics Express 11.9 (2020): 4942-4959. (PDF: Imanbekova et al 2020).
  12. Held, Marie, et al. “Intracellular mechanisms of fungal space searching in microenvironments.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116.27 (2019): 13543-13552. (PDF: Held et al (incl SI) 2019).
  13. Kheireddine, Sara, et al. “Simple adaptive mobile phone screen illumination for dual phone differential phase contrast (DPDPC) microscopy.” Biomedical optics express 10.9 (2019): 4369-4380. (PDF: Kheireddine et al 2019 ).
  14. Libberton, Ben, et al. “Efficiency of the flagellar propulsion of Escherichia coli in confined microfluidic geometries.” Physical Review E 99.1 (2019): 012408. (PDF: Libberton et al 2019).
  15. Clancy, Kathryn FA, et al. “Protein microarray spots are modulated by patterning method, surface chemistry and processing conditions.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics 130 (2019): 397-407. (PDF: Clancy et al (incl SI) 2019).
  16. Kheireddine, Sara, et al. “Dual-phone illumination-imaging system for high resolution and large field of view multi-modal microscopy.” Lab on a Chip 19.5 (2019): 825-836. (PDF: Kheireddine et al 2019).
  17. Dobroiu, S., et al. “Fluorescence Interference Contrast-enabled structures improve the microarrays performance.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics 123 (2019): 251-259. (PDF: Dobroiu_2018).
  18. Van Delft, Falco CMJM, et al. “Something has to give: scaling combinatorial computing by biological agents exploring physical networks encoding NP-complete problems.” Interface focus 8.6 (2018): 20180034. (PDF: van Delft et al (incl SI) 2018).
  19. Boysen, Reinhard I., et al. “Molecularly imprinted polymer membranes and thin films for the separation and sensing of biomacromolecules.” Journal of separation science 40.1 (2017): 314-335. (PDF: Boysen et al 2017).
  20. Hanson, Kristi L., et al. “Polymer surface properties control the function of heavy meromyosin in dynamic nanodevices.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics 93 (2017): 305-314. (PDF: Hanson et al (incl SI) 2017).
  21. Nicolau, Dan V., et al. “Parallel computation with molecular-motor-propelled agents in nanofabricated networks.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113.10 (2016): 2591-2596. (PDF: Nicolau Jr Lard Korten et al (incl SI) 2016).
  22. Asenova, Elitsa, et al. “Optimal fungal space searching algorithms.” IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 15.7 (2016): 613-618. (PDF: Asenova et al 2016).
  23. Kašpar, Ondřej, et al. “Confinement of water droplets on rectangular micro/nano-arrayed surfaces.” Lab on a Chip 16.13 (2016): 2487-2493. (PDF: Kaspar et al (incl SI) 2016).
  24. Filipponi, Luisa, et al. “Protein patterning by microcontact printing using pyramidal PDMS stamps.” Biomedical microdevices 18.1 (2016): 1-7. (PDF: Filipponi et al (incl SI) 2016).
  25. Nguyen, Myhuong T., et al. “A versatile modelling approach to determine the hydrophobicity of peptides at the atomic level.” Molecular Simulation 42.4 (2016): 257-269. (PDF: Nguyen et al 2016).
  26. Van Zalinge, Harm, et al. “Surface-controlled properties of myosin studied by electric field modulation.” Langmuir 31.30 (2015): 8354-8361. (PDF: van Zalinge 2015).
  27. Hajne, Joanna, et al. “Motility of actin filaments on micro-contact printed myosin patterns.” IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 14.3 (2015): 313-322. (PDF: Hajne et al 2015).
  28. Nicolau Jr, Dan V., et al. “Mapping hydrophobicity on the protein molecular surface at atom-level resolution.” PLoS One 9.12 (2014): e114042. (PDF: Nicolau 2014).
  29. Ramsey, Laurence, et al. “Control and gating of kinesin-microtubule motility on electrically heated thermo-chips.” Biomedical microdevices 16.3 (2014): 459-463. (PDF: Ramsey 2014).
  30. Nicolau, Dan V., et al. “Protein molecular surface mapped at different geometrical resolutions.” PloS one 8.3 (2013): e58896. (PDF: Nicolau 2013).

Research partially done prior to McGill, @University of Liverpool, UK, and Monash University and Swinburne University, Australia

  1. Wilson, Robert, et al. “The selection of DNA aptamers for two different epitopes of thrombin was not due to different partitioning methods.” Nucleic acid therapeutics 23.1 (2013): 88-92. (PDF: Wilson 2013).
  2. Bartolini, Manuela, et al. “Fluorescence biosensing micropatterned surfaces based on immobilized human acetylcholinesterase.” Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 405.2 (2013): 795-804. (PDF: Bartolini 2013).
  3. van Zalinge, Harm, et al. “Actin filament motility induced variation of resonance frequency and rigidity of polymer surfaces studied by quartz crystal microbalance.” Langmuir 28.42 (2012): 15033-15037. (PDF: van Zalinge 2012).
  4. Cristea, Paul Dan, et al. “Protein Surface Functional Imaging.” Materials Science Forum. Vol. 721. Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2012. (PDF: Cristea 2012).
  5. Komaromy, Andras Z., et al. “Arrays of nano-structured surfaces to probe the adhesion and viability of bacteria.” Microelectronic engineering 91 (2012): 39-43. (PDF: Komaromy 2012).
  6. Wilson, Robert, and Dan V. Nicolau. “Separation‐Free Detection of Biological Molecules Based On Plasmon‐Enhanced Fluorescence.” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50.9 (2011): 2151-2154. (PDF: Wilson Nicolau 2011).
  7. Bartolini, Manuela, et al. “Kinetic characterization of amyloid-beta 1–42 aggregation with a multimethodological approach.” Analytical biochemistry 414.2 (2011): 215-225. (PDF: Bartolini et al 2011).
  8. Held, Marie, Clive Edwards, and Dan V. Nicolau. “Probing the growth dynamics of Neurospora crassa with microfluidic structures.” Fungal biology 115.6 (2011): 493-505. (PDF: Held et al 2011).
  9. Van Zalinge, H., et al. “Nanoscale electrode gaps to study single molecule conduction.” Microelectronic engineering 88.8 (2011): 2707-2709. (PDF: van Zalinge 2011).
  10. Nicolau, Dan V., et al. “Protein immobilisation on micro/nanostructures fabricated by laser microablation.” Biosensors and Bioelectronics 26.4 (2010): 1337-1345. (PDF: Nicolau et al 2010).
  11. Li, Shuyan, et al. “Bacterial adhesion to toroidal nano-structures from poly (styrene)-block-poly (tert-butyl acrylate) diblock copolymer thin films.” Microelectronic engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 715-718. (PDF: Li et al 2010).
  12. Dobroiu, Serban, et al. “Laser-assisted structuring of metal–polymer bilayers for protein patterning.” Microelectronic engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 1190-1194. (PDF: Dobroiu et al 2010).
  13. Fulga, Florin, and Dan V. Nicolau. “Simulation of the nanostructuring of surfaces under ion-beam bombardment.” Microelectronic engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 1455-1457. (PDF: Fulga and Nicolau 2010).
  14. Aveyard, Jenny, et al. “Microfabricated magnetic bead polydimethylsiloxane microarrays.” Microelectronic engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 760-764. (PDF: Aveyard et al 2010).
  15. Held, Marie, et al. “Microfluidics structures for probing the dynamic behaviour of filamentous fungi.” Microelectronic Engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 786-789. (PDF: Held et al 2010).
  16. Binz, Marie, et al. “Motility of bacteria in microfluidic structures.” Microelectronic Engineering 87.5-8 (2010): 810-813. (PDF: Binz et al 2010).
before 2010