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No. Title Author Date Journal Abstract
140 Magnetic Torque of Microfabricated Elements and Magnetotactic Bacteria Lars Zondervan and Özlem Sardan Sukas and Islam S. M. Khalil and Marc P. Pichel and Sarthak Misra and Leon Abelmann Aug-07-2014 Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
139 Controllable elastocapillary folding of three-dimensional micro-objects by through-wafer flling Legrain, A.B.H. and Janson, T.G. and Berenschot, J.W. and Abelmann, L. and Tas, N.R. Jun-03-2014 Journal of applied physics
138 Design and fabrication of inplane AFM probes with sharp silicon nitride tips based on reflling of anisotropically etched silicon moulds. Geerlings, Joël and Sarajlic, E. and Berenschot, J.W. and Siekman, M.H. and Jansen, H.V. and Abelmann, L. and Tas, Sep-17-2014 Journal of micromechanics and microengineering
137 Acoustofluidic chemical waveform generator and switch Ahmed, D.; Muddana, H.S.; Lu, M.; French, J.B.; Ozcelik, A.; Fang, Y.; Butler, P.J.; Benkovic, S.J.; Manz, A.; Huang, T.J. Nov-18-2014 Anal. Chem.
136 Fluidic scanning output for a free-flow isotachophoresis in a glass chip Park, J.; Neuzil, P.; Manz, A. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS
135 From chip-in-a-lab to lab-on-a-chip Campos, C.D.M.; Wong, C.C.; Bo, J.W.S.; Reboud, J.; Manz, A.; Neuzil, P. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS
134 Rapid fabrication and modification of 2.5D microchip through tape, and its application for channel-height influenced programmable autonomous flow Wu, W.; Manz, A. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS
133 Single point detection method for surface characterization of channels in microfluidic chips Castro, E.R.; Tarn, M.D.; Ginterova, P.; Neuzil, P.; Manz, A. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS
132 Novel split flow chip for capillary electrophoresis Lee, S.J.; Castro, E.; Neuzil, P.; Manz, A. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS
131 Continuous electroextraction of amino acids using poly(ethyleneglycol)/caseinate aqueous two phase system Campos, C.D.M.; Neuzil, P.; da Silva, J.A.F.; Manz, A. Oct-26-2014 Proc uTAS