Tatiana Trantidou
Tatiana Trantidou
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Hydrophilic surface modification of PDMS for droplet microfluidics using a simple, quick, and robust method via PVA deposition
T Trantidou, Y Elani, E Parsons, O Ces
Microsystems & nanoengineering 3 (1), 1-9, 2017
The effect of microgrooved culture substrates on calcium cycling of cardiac myocytes derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells
C Rao, T Prodromakis, L Kolker, UAR Chaudhry, T Trantidou, A Sridhar, ...
Biomaterials 34 (10), 2399-2411, 2013
Engineering compartmentalized biomimetic micro-and nanocontainers
T Trantidou, M Friddin, Y Elani, NJ Brooks, RV Law, JM Seddon, O Ces
ACS nano 11 (7), 6549-6565, 2017
Constructing vesicle-based artificial cells with embedded living cells as organelle-like modules
Y Elani, T Trantidou, D Wylie, L Dekker, K Polizzi, RV Law, O Ces
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
Droplet microfluidics for the construction of compartmentalised model membranes
T Trantidou, MS Friddin, A Salehi-Reyhani, O Ces, Y Elani
Lab on a Chip 18 (17), 2488-2509, 2018
Oxygen plasma induced hydrophilicity of Parylene-C thin films
T Trantidou, T Prodromakis, C Toumazou
Applied surface science 261, 43-51, 2012
Surface and electrical characterization of Ag/AgCl pseudo-reference electrodes manufactured with commercially available PCB technologies
D Moschou, T Trantidou, A Regoutz, D Carta, H Morgan, T Prodromakis
Sensors 15 (8), 18102-18113, 2015
Selective hydrophilic modification of Parylene C films: a new approach to cell micro-patterning for synthetic biology applications
T Trantidou, C Rao, H Barrett, P Camelliti, K Pinto, MH Yacoub, ...
Biofabrication 6 (2), 025004, 2014
Functionalizing cell-mimetic giant vesicles with encapsulated bacterial biosensors
T Trantidou, L Dekker, K Polizzi, O Ces, Y Elani
Interface Focus 8 (5), 20180024, 2018
The dual role of Parylene C in chemical sensing: Acting as an encapsulant and as a sensing membrane for pH monitoring applications
T Trantidou, DJ Payne, V Tsiligkiridis, YC Chang, C Toumazou, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 186, 1-8, 2013
Effects of Ar and O2 Plasma Etching on Parylene C: Topography versus Surface Chemistry and the Impact on Cell Viability
D Kontziampasis, T Trantidou, A Regoutz, EJ Humphrey, D Carta, ...
Plasma Processes and Polymers 13 (3), 324-333, 2016
Biorealistic cardiac cell culture platforms with integrated monitoring of extracellular action potentials
T Trantidou, CM Terracciano, D Kontziampasis, EJ Humphrey, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-13, 2015
Parylene C-based flexible electronics for pH monitoring applications
T Trantidou, M Tariq, CM Terracciano, C Toumazou, T Prodromakis
Sensors 14 (7), 11629-11639, 2014
Mask-free laser lithography for rapid and low-cost microfluidic device fabrication
T Trantidou, MS Friddin, KB Gan, L Han, G Bolognesi, NJ Brooks, O Ces
Analytical chemistry 90 (23), 13915-13921, 2018
A “cleanroom-free” and scalable manufacturing technology for the microfluidic generation of lipid-stabilized droplets and cell-sized multisomes
T Trantidou, A Regoutz, XN Voon, DJ Payne, O Ces
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 267, 34-41, 2018
Surface chemistry and microtopography of parylene c films control the morphology and microtubule density of cardiac myocytes
T Trantidou, EJ Humphrey, C Poulet, J Gorelik, T Prodromakis, ...
Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods 22 (5), 464-472, 2016
Assessment of parylene C thin films for heart valve tissue engineering
I Marei, A Chester, I Carubelli, T Prodromakis, T Trantidou, MH Yacoub
Tissue Engineering Part A 21 (19-20), 2504-2514, 2015
New directions for artificial cells using prototyped biosystems
MS Friddin, Y Elani, T Trantidou, O Ces
Analytical chemistry 91 (8), 4921-4928, 2019
Sensing H+ with conventional neural probes
T Trantidou, T Prodromakis, V Tsiligkiridis, YC Chang, C Toumazou
Applied Physics Letters 102 (22), 223506, 2013
Devices and applications at the micro-and nanoscale rsc. li/loc
T Trantidou, MS Friddin, A Salehi-Reyhani, O Ces, Y Elani, A Ehrlich, ...
Lab Chip 18 (2510), 2523-2539, 2018
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