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Towards Wearable Health Monitoring DevicesY
Pozdin, V. A., & Dieffenderfer, J. (2022, May). BIOSENSORS-BASEL.
By: V. Pozdin & J. Dieffenderfer
Engineering Next Generation Cyclized Peptide Ligands for Light-Controlled Capture and Release of Therapeutic Proteins
ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS.
By: R. Prodromou, K. Day, S. Saberi-Bosari, J. Schneible, M. Mabe, A. San Miguel, M. Daniele, V. Pozdin, S. Menegatti
2021 journal article
Monitoring of random microvessel network formation by in-line sensing of flow rates: A numerical and in vitro investigation
SENSORS AND ACTUATORS A-PHYSICAL.
By: V. Pozdin, P. Erb, M. Downey, K. Rivera & M. Daniele
2020 journal article
Perylene-diimide-based n-type semiconductors with enhanced air and temperature stable photoconductor and transistor properties
DYES AND PIGMENTS, 174.
By: J. Yuen, V. Pozdin, A. Young, B. Turner, I. Giles, J. Naciri, S. Trammell, P. Charles, D. Stenger, M. Daniele
Photoinduced reconfiguration to control the protein-binding affinity of azobenzene-cyclized peptides
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B, 8(33), 7413–7427.
By: K. Day, J. Schneible, A. Young, V. Pozdin, G. Driessche, L. Gaffney, R. Prodromou, D. Freytes ...and 3 other NC State authors, D. Fourches, M. Daniele & S. Menegatti
Wearable multiplexed biosensor system toward continuous monitoring of metabolites
BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS, 153.
By: M. Yokus, T. Songkakul, V. Pozdin, A. Bozkurt & M. Daniele
2019 journal article
Integrated phosphorescence-based photonic biosensor (iPOB) for monitoring oxygen levels in 3D cell culture systems
BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS, 123, 131–140.
By: K. Rivera, V. Pozdin, A. Young, P. Erb, N. Wisniewski, S. Magness, M. Daniele
Measuring and regulating oxygen levels in microphysiological systems: design, material, and sensor considerations
[Review of ]. ANALYST, 144(10), 3190–3215.
By: K. Rivera, M. Yokus, P. Erb, V. Pozdin & M. Daniele
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