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23. Zhu, T., Cheng, R., Lee, S.A., Rajaraman, E., Eiteman, M.A., Querec, T.D., Unger, E.R., Mao, L., “Continuous-flow ferrohydrodynamic sorting of particles and cells in microfluidic devices,”Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, online first, 2012. [Link]

22. Zhao, Q., Wang, L., Cheng, R., Mao, L., Arnold, R.D., Howerth, E.W., Chen, Z.G., Platt, S., “ Magnetic Nanoparticle-Based Hyperthermia for Head & Neck Cancer in Mouse Models ,” Theranostics, vol. 2(1), p. 131-121, 2012. [Link]

21. Mao, L., Elborai, S., He, X., Zahn, M., Koser, H., “Direct observation of closed-loop ferrohydrodynamic pumping under traveling magnetic fields,” Physical Review B, vol. 84, p. 104431, 2011. [Link] [Physics Synopsis - Magnetized Plumbing] [Media Report - Look Ma No Hands] [Yale Daily News - Prof Invented Machineless Pump] [PhysicsWorld - Ferrofluid Pump Has No Moving Parts] [Nature Physics: In the Loop]

20. Zhu, T., Cheng, R., Mao, L., “Focusing microparticles in a microchannel with ferrofluids,” Proc. of 16th International Conference on Solid-state Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, Beijing, China, June, 2011. [Link]

19. Zhu, T., Cheng, R., Mao, L., “Focusing microparticles in a microchannel with ferrofluids,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 2011, online first, DOI: 10.1007/s10404-011-0835-0. [Link]

18. Sheppard, G.; Oseki, T.; Baba, A.; Patton, D.; Kaneko, F.; Mao, L.; Locklin, J. "Thiolene-based microfluidic flow cells for surface plasmon resonance imaging," Biomicrofluidics, vol. 2, p. 26501-26507, 2011. DOI: 10.1063/1.3596395 [Link]

17. Zhu, T., Lichlyter D.J., Haidekker, M.A., Mao, L., “Analytical model of microfluidic transport of non-magnetic particles in ferrofluids under the influence of a permanent magnet,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, vol. 10 (6), p. 1233-1245, 2011. [Link]

16. Orski, S.V., Poloukhtine, A.A., Arumugam, S., Mao, L., Popik, V.V., Locklin, J., “High density orthogonal surface immobilization via photoactivated copper-free click chemistry,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 132 (32), p. 11024-11026, 2010. [Link]

15. Zhu, T., Marrero, F., Mao, L., “Continuous separation of non-magnetic particles inside ferrofluids,” Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, vol. 9 (4-5), p. 1003-1009, 2010. [Link]

14. Zhu, T., Marrero, F., Mao, L., “Continuous separation of non-magnetic particles inside ferrofluids,” Proc. of 5th IEEE International Conf. Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems (NEMS), Xiamen, China, January, 2010.

13. Zhu, T., Marrero, F., Mao, L., “Continuous separation of non-magnetic particles inside ferrofluids,” Proc. of 2010 Annual Conference of Institute of Biological Engineering, Boston, MA, USA, 2010.

12. Kose, A., Fischer, B., Mao, L., Koser, H., “Label-free cellular manipulation and sorting via biocompatible ferrofluids,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 106, p. 21478-21483, 2009.  [Download] [Media Report - New Technology could Boost Disease Detection Speed and Sensitivity]

11. Fischer, B., Mao, L., Gungormus, M., Tamerler, C., Sarikaya, M., Koser, H., “Ferro-microfluidic device for pathogen detection,” Proc. of 3rd Annual IEEE International Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and Molecular Systems, Sanya, Hainan Island, China, January, 2008.  [Download]

10. Mao, L., Koser, H., “Overcoming the Diffusion Barrier: Ultra-fast Micro-scale Mixing via Ferrofluids,” TRANSDUCERS &EUROSENSORS’ 07, Proc. of 14th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, Lyon, France, pp. 1829-1832, 2007. [Download]

9. Fischer, B., Mao, L., Gungormus, M., Tamerler, C., Sarikaya, M., Koser, H., “Biomedical engineered ferrofluids,” Proc. of 2007 Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, November, 2007. [Download]

8. Mao, L., Koser, H., “Towards Ferrofluidics For μ-TAS And Lab On-A-Chip Applications,” Nanotechnology, vol. 17, p. S34-S47, 2006. [Download]

7. Kaya, T., Mao, L., Koser, H., “A Microfluidic Assay Design for Real-Time Bacterial Chemotaxis Studies,” Proc. of Femlab Conference 2005Boston, Massachusetts, USA, October 2005.

6.  Mao, L., Koser, H., “Modeling An Integrated, High Flow Rate MEMS Ferrofluid Pump,” Proc. of Femlab Conference 2005, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, October 2005.

5. Mao, L., Koser, H., “An Integrated MEMS Ferrofluid Pump Using Insulated Metal Substrate,” Proc. of 31st Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (PCB MEMS Technology Special Session), Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, November 2005. [Download

4. Mao, L., Koser, H., “An Integrated, High Flow Rate MEMS Ferrofluid Pump,” Proc. of 9th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (µTAS), Boston, Massachusetts, USA, October 2005. [Download]

3. Mao, L., Koser, H., “Ferrohydrodynamic Pumping In Spatially Traveling Sinusoidally Time-Varying Magnetic Fields,” J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 289, p. 199-202, 2005. [Download]

2. Mao, L., Koser, H., “Modeling Ferrofluids in Spatially-Traveling Sinusoidally Time-Varying Magnetic Fields,” Proc. 3rd International Conference on Computational Modeling and Simulation of Materials (CIMTEC), Sicily, Italy, June 2004. [Download]

1. Mao, L., Koser, H., “Ferrohydrodynamic Pumping In Spatially-Traveling Sinusoidally Time-Varying Magnetic Fields,” Proc. of 10th International Conference on Magnetic Fluids, Sao Paulo, Brazil, August 2004.

 

 

 
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