David Inglis
David Inglis
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TitleCited byYear
Deterministic hydrodynamics: taking blood apart
JA Davis, DW Inglis, KJ Morton, DA Lawrence, LR Huang, SY Chou, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (40), 14779-14784, 2006
5862006
Continuous microfluidic immunomagnetic cell separation
DW Inglis, R Riehn, RH Austin, JC Sturm
Applied Physics Letters 85 (21), 5093-5095, 2004
3802004
Critical particle size for fractionation by deterministic lateral displacement
DW Inglis, JA Davis, RH Austin, JC Sturm
Lab on a Chip 6 (5), 655-658, 2006
3272006
Five‐nanometer diamond with luminescent nitrogen‐vacancy defect centers
BR Smith, DW Inglis, B Sandnes, JR Rabeau, AV Zvyagin, D Gruber, ...
Small 5 (14), 1649-1653, 2009
1432009
Microfluidic high gradient magnetic cell separation
DW Inglis, R Riehn, JC Sturm, RH Austin
Journal of Applied Physics 99 (8), 08K101, 2006
1432006
Crossing microfluidic streamlines to lyse, label and wash cells
KJ Morton, K Loutherback, DW Inglis, OK Tsui, JC Sturm, SY Chou, ...
Lab on a Chip 8 (9), 1448-1453, 2008
1212008
Hydrodynamic metamaterials: Microfabricated arrays to steer, refract, and focus streams of biomaterials
KJ Morton, K Loutherback, DW Inglis, OK Tsui, JC Sturm, SY Chou, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (21), 7434-7438, 2008
1172008
Efficient microfluidic particle separation arrays
DW Inglis
Applied Physics Letters 94 (1), 013510, 2009
882009
Apparatus and method for continuous particle separation
DW Inglis, J Davis, R Austin, J Sturm
US Patent 7,735,652, 2010
802010
Scaling deterministic lateral displacement arrays for high throughput and dilution-free enrichment of leukocytes
DW Inglis, M Lord, RE Nordon
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 21 (5), 054024, 2011
792011
Microfluidic device for label-free measurement of platelet activation
DW Inglis, KJ Morton, JA Davis, TJ Zieziulewicz, DA Lawrence, RH Austin, ...
Lab on a Chip 8 (6), 925-931, 2008
792008
Highly accurate deterministic lateral displacement device and its application to purification of fungal spores
DW Inglis, N Herman, G Vesey
Biomicrofluidics 4 (2), 024109, 2010
682010
Simultaneous concentration and separation of proteins in a nanochannel
DW Inglis, EM Goldys, NP Calander
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 50 (33), 7546-7550, 2011
632011
Determining blood cell size using microfluidic hydrodynamics
DW Inglis, JA Davis, TJ Zieziulewicz, DA Lawrence, RH Austin, JC Sturm
Journal of immunological methods 329 (1-2), 151-156, 2008
602008
A method for reducing pressure-induced deformation in silicone microfluidics
DW Inglis
Biomicrofluidics 4 (2), 026504, 2010
512010
Visible 532 nm laser irradiation of human adipose tissue‐derived stem cells: effect on proliferation rates, mitochondria membrane potential and autofluorescence
AG Anwer, ME Gosnell, SM Perinchery, DW Inglis, EM Goldys
Lasers in surgery and medicine 44 (9), 769-778, 2012
332012
Quantitative non-invasive cell characterisation and discrimination based on multispectral autofluorescence features
ME Gosnell, AG Anwer, SB Mahbub, SM Perinchery, DW Inglis, ...
Scientific reports 6, 23453, 2016
282016
Characterization of the interaction between heterodimeric αvβ6 integrin and urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (uPAR) using functional proteomics
SB Ahn, A Mohamedali, S Anand, HR Cheruku, D Birch, G Sowmya, ...
Journal of proteome research 13 (12), 5956-5964, 2014
182014
Manufacturing and wetting low-cost microfluidic cell separation devices
RS Pawell, DW Inglis, TJ Barber, RA Taylor
Biomicrofluidics 7 (5), 056501, 2013
182013
Concentration gradient focusing and separation in a silica nanofluidic channel with a non-uniform electroosmotic flow
WL Hsu, DJE Harvie, MR Davidson, H Jeong, EM Goldys, DW Inglis
Lab on a Chip 14 (18), 3539-3549, 2014
172014
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