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  1. Transistors platform for rapid and parallel detection of multiple pathogens by nanoscale-localized multiplexed biological activation

    This article has 17 authors:
    1. Elisa Riedo
    2. Alexander Wright
    3. Hashem Nasralla
    4. Rahul Deshmukh
    5. Moeid Jamalzadeh
    6. Matthew Hannigan
    7. Andrew Patera
    8. Yanxiao Li
    9. Miguel Manzo-Perez
    10. Nitika Parashar
    11. Zhujun Huang
    12. Thanuka Udumulla
    13. Weiqiang Chen
    14. Davide de Forni
    15. Marcus Weck
    16. Giuseppe de Peppo
    17. Davood Shahrjerdi
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    Ayokunle Olanrewaju

    multiplexed assay automation/pathogen detection is one of those things many groups are working towards. I'm curious about how they approach it, and what the "transistors platform" is

  2. Surface Patterned Omniphobic Tiles (SPOTs): a versatile platform for scalable liquid handling

    This article has 14 authors:
    1. Samira Shiri
    2. Mohsin J Qazi
    3. Shenghao Tan
    4. Jon Albo
    5. Arnold Chen
    6. Rena Fukuda
    7. Mika S Jain
    8. Nkazi Nchinda
    9. Mark Menesses
    10. Ghada Ahmed
    11. Arynn O Gallegos
    12. Mahesh K Gangishetty
    13. Daniel N Congreve
    14. Nate J Cira
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    Ayokunle Olanrewaju

    scalable, power-free liquid handling is a major challenge in bioassay automation

  3. NULISA: a novel proteomic liquid biopsy platform with attomolar sensitivity and high multiplexing

    This article has 37 authors:
    1. Wei Feng
    2. Joanne Beer
    3. Qinyu Hao
    4. Ishara S. Ariyapala
    5. Aparna Sahajan
    6. Andrei Komarov
    7. Katie Cha
    8. Mason Moua
    9. Xiaolei Qiu
    10. Xiaomei Xu
    11. Shweta Iyengar
    12. Thu Yoshimura
    13. Rajini Nagaraj
    14. Li Wang
    15. Ming Yu
    16. Kate Engel
    17. Lucas Zhen
    18. Wen Xue
    19. Chen-jung Lee
    20. Chan Ho Park
    21. Cheng Peng
    22. Kaiyuan Zhang
    23. Adrian Grzybowski
    24. Johnnie Hahm
    25. Susanne V. Schmidt
    26. Alexandru Odainic
    27. Jasper Spitzer
    28. Bonn Consortium COVIMMUNE
    29. Kasun Buddika
    30. Dwight Kuo
    31. Lei Fang
    32. Bingqing Zhang
    33. Steve Chen
    34. Eicke Latz
    35. Yiyuan Yin
    36. Yuling Luo
    37. Xiao-Jun Ma
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  4. nELISA: A high-throughput, high-plex platform enables quantitative profiling of the secretome

    This article has 31 authors:
    1. Milad Dagher
    2. Grant Ongo
    3. Nathaniel Robichaud
    4. Jinglin Kong
    5. Woojong Rho
    6. Ivan Teahulos
    7. Arya Tavakoli
    8. Samantha Bovaird
    9. Shahem Merjaneh
    10. Andrew Tan
    11. Kiran Edwardson
    12. Christelle Scheepers
    13. Andy Ng
    14. Andy Hajjar
    15. Baly Sow
    16. Michael Vrouvides
    17. Andy Lee
    18. Philippe DeCorwin-Martin
    19. Shafqat Rasool
    20. JiaMin Huang
    21. Timothy Erps
    22. Spencer Coffin
    23. Yu Han
    24. Srinivas Niranj Chandrasekaran
    25. Lisa Miller
    26. Maria Kost-Alimova
    27. Adam Skepner
    28. Shantanu Singh
    29. Anne E. Carpenter
    30. Jeffrey Munzar
    31. David Juncker
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  5. Multiplexed CRISPR-based microfluidic platform for clinical testing of respiratory viruses and SARS-CoV-2 variants

    This article has 35 authors:
    1. N.L. Welch
    2. M. Zhu
    3. C. Hua
    4. J. Weller
    5. M. Ezzaty Mirhashemi
    6. S. Mantena
    7. T.G. Nguyen
    8. B.M. Shaw
    9. C.M. Ackerman
    10. S.G. Thakku
    11. M.W. Tse
    12. J. Kehe
    13. M.R. Bauer
    14. M-M. Uwera
    15. J.S. Eversley
    16. D.A. Bielwaski
    17. G. McGrath
    18. J. Braidt
    19. J. Johnson
    20. F. Cerrato
    21. B.A. Petros
    22. G.L. Gionet
    23. S.K. Jalbert
    24. M.L. Cleary
    25. K.J. Siddle
    26. C.T. Happi
    27. D.T. Hung
    28. M. Springer
    29. B.L. MacInnis
    30. J.E. Lemieux
    31. E. Rosenberg
    32. J.A. Branda
    33. P.C. Blainey
    34. P.C. Sabeti
    35. C Myhrvold

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  6. Phenotyping single-cell motility in microfluidic confinement

    This article has 7 authors:
    1. Samuel A Bentley
    2. Hannah Laeverenz-Schlogelhofer
    3. Vasileios Anagnostidis
    4. Jan Cammann
    5. Marco G Mazza
    6. Fabrice Gielen
    7. Kirsty Y Wan
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      This paper reports on the development of an impressive microfluidic platform for the study of motility, and motility transitions, exhibited by single algal cells in circular confinement. Building on previous work that showed a three-state motility repertoire for certain green algae, the present work uses extremely long time series and a variety of physical perturbations to show how those dynamics can be altered by environmental conditions. The work will be of interest to a wide range of scientists studying motility and nonequilibrium dynamics, but its impact would be improved by a more insightful analysis of the voluminous data, with connections to physical principles.

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