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85. Droplet Microarray: miniaturized platform for rapid formation and high throughput screening of embryoid bodies

T Tronser, K Demir, M Reischl, M Bastmeyer, PA Levkin

Lab on a Chip, 2018

 

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84. Formation of Liquid-Liquid Micropatterns through Guided Liquid Displacement on Liquid-Infused Surfaces

D Paulssen, W Feng, I Pini, PA Levkin

Advanced Materials Interfaces, 1800852 2018

83. Improved extraction repeatability and spectral reproducibility for liquid extraction surface analysis-mass spectrometry using superhydrophobic-superhydrophilic patterning 

Joris Meurs, Morgan R Alexander, Pavel A Levkin, Simon Widmaier, Josephine Bunch, David A Barrett, Dong-Hyun Kim

Analytical Chemistry 90 (10), 6001-6005 2018

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82. Bacterial cellulose promotes long-term stemness of mESC

T Tronser, A Laromaine, A Roig, PA Levkin

ACS applied materials & interfaces 2018

 

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81. Bio-Inspired Strategy for Controlled Polymerization and Photopatterning of Plant Polyphenols

Farid Behboodi-Sadabad, Huijie Zhang, Vanessa Trouillet, Alexander Welle, Nicolas Plumeré, Pavel A Levkin

Chemistry of Materials 2018

 

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80. Droplet Microarrays: From Surface Patterning to High‐Throughput Applications

W Feng, E Ueda, PA Levkin

Advanced Materials, 1706111 2018

75. Fish-microarray: miniaturized platform for single-embryo high-throughput screenings

Anna A. Popova, Daniel Marcato, Ravindra Peravali, Ilona Wehl, Ute Schepers, and Pavel A. Levkin

Advanced Functional Materials 2017

 

 

74. Droplet Microarray Based on Patterned Superhydrophobic Surfaces Prevents Stem Cell Differentiation and Enables High-Throughput Stem Cell Screening

Tina Tronser, Anna A Popova, Mona Jaggy, Martin Bastmeyer and Pavel A Levkin

Advanced Healthcare Materials 2017, 1700622.
doi: 10.1002/adhm.201700622

 

73. Miniaturized platform for high-throughput screening of stem cells

Tina Tronser, Anna A Popova, and Pavel A Levkinfile pdf

Current Opinion in Biotechnology
Volume 46, August 2017, Pages 141–149

 
 
 
 

72. High-Density Droplet Microarray of Individually Addressable Electrochemical Cells

Huijie Zhang, Tobias Oellers, Wenqian Feng, Tarik Abdulazim, En Ning Saw, Alfred Ludwig, Pavel A. Levkin, and Nicolas Plumeréfile pdf

Anal. Chem., 2017, 89 (11), pp 5832–5839
DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.7b00008

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71. UV-Triggered Polymerization, Deposition, and Patterning of Plant Phenolic Compounds

Farid Behboodi-Sadabad, Huijie Zhang, Vanessa Trouillet, Alexander Welle, Nicolas Plumeré, and Pavel A. Levkinfile pdf

Advanced Functional Materials, Volume 27, Issue 22, 2017
 doi: 10.1002/adfm.201700127

 
 
 
 
 

70. Phospholipid arrays on porous polymer coatings generated by micro-contact spotting

Sylwia Sekula-Neuner, Monica de Freitas, Lea-Marie Tröster, Tobias Jochum, Pavel A Levkin, Michael Hirtz, and Harald Fuchsfile pdf

Beilstein J Nanotechnol. 2017; 8: 715–722.
 doi: 10.3762/bjnano.8.75, 

 
 
 
 
 

69. Bio-inspired strategy for controlled dopamine polymerization in basic solutions

Xin Du, Linxian Li, Farid Behboodi-Sadabad, Alexander Welle, Junsheng Li, Stefan Heissler, Huijie Zhang, Nicolas Plumerée and Pavel A. Levkinfile pdf

Polymer Chemistry, Issue 14, 2017

 
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68. CD44v6-Peptide Functionalized Nanoparticles Selectively Bind to Metastatic Cancer Cells

Linxian Li, Mark Schmitt, Alexandra Matzke-Ogi, Parvesh Wadhwani, Veronique Orian-Rousseau,and Pavel A. Levkinfile pdf

Adv. Sci., 2017, 4, 1600202

 
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67. Patterned SLIPS for the Formation of Arrays of Biofilm Microclusters with Defined Geometries

Julia Bruchmann, Ivana Pini, Tejeshwar S. Gill, Thomas Schwartz, Pavel A. Levkinfile pdf

Adv. Healthcare Mater., 2017, 6, 1601082
 
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E-Mail: levkin@kit.edu
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