Microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) in the literature

Here you can find a summary of all the papers showing the research behind Fluidic Analytics and microfluidic diffisional sizing (MDS). As well as seeing where others have used our products to make amazing discoveries. 

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Microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) in the literature

  1.  Yates et al. Nature Chemistry 2015;7;802–809, “Latent analysis of unmodified biomolecules and their complexes in solution with attomole detection sensitivity”
  2. Arosio et al. ACS Nano 2016;10;333–341, “Microfluidic diffusion analysis of the sizes and interactions of proteins under native solution conditions.”
  3. Arosio et al. Anal. Chem 2016;88;3488–3493, “Microfluidic diffusion viscometer for rapid analysis of complex solutions.”
  4. Herling et al. Biophysical Journal 2016;110;1957–1966, “A Microfluidic Platform for Real-Time Detection and Quantification of Protein-Ligand Interactions”
  5. Zhang et al. ChemBioChem 2016;17;1920–1924, “Protein Aggregate-Ligand Binding Assays Based on Microfluidic Diffusional Separation”
  6. Lapinska et al. Phys Chem Chem Phys 2017;19;23060–23067, “Gradient-free determination of isoelectric points of proteins on chip”
  7. Saar et al. Lab Chip 2018;18;162–170, “On-chip label-free protein analysis with downstream electrodes for direct removal of electrolysis products”
  8. Wright et al. Biochemistry 2018;57;3641–3649, “Cooperative Assembly of Hsp70 Subdomain Clusters”
  9. Falke et al. Chemistry and Physics of Lipids 2019;220;57–65 “α-Synuclein-derived lipoparticles in the study of α-Synuclein amyloid fibril formation”
  10. Scheidt et al. Science Advances 2019;5;eaau3112, “Secondary nucleation and elongation occur at different sites on Alzheimer’s amyloid-β aggregates”
  11. Gang et al. Anal. Chem 2018;90;3284–3290, “A microfluidic diffusion platform for characterizing the size of lipid vesicles and the thermodynamics of protein-lipid interactions”
  12. Macikova et al. The FEBS Journal 2019;286,3664-3683, “Putative interaction site for membrane phospholipids controls activation of TRPA1 channel at physiological membrane potentials”
  13. Wright et al. Analyst 2019;144,4413-4424, “Analysis of αB-crystallin polydispersity in solution through native microfluidic electrophoresis”

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