Matthew Zachek
Matthew Zachek
University of North Carolina
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Carbon microelectrodes with a renewable surface
P Takmakov, MK Zachek, RB Keithley, PL Walsh, C Donley, GS McCarty, ...
Analytical chemistry 82 (5), 2020-2028, 2010
1812010
Electrochemical dopamine detection: Comparing gold and carbon fiber microelectrodes using background subtracted fast scan cyclic voltammetry
MK Zachek, A Hermans, RM Wightman, GS McCarty
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 614 (1-2), 113-120, 2008
1252008
Simultaneous decoupled detection of dopamine and oxygen using pyrolyzed carbon microarrays and fast-scan cyclic voltammetry
MK Zachek, P Takmakov, B Moody, RM Wightman, GS McCarty
Analytical chemistry 81 (15), 6258-6265, 2009
952009
Characterization of local pH changes in brain using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry with carbon microelectrodes
P Takmakov, MK Zachek, RB Keithley, ES Bucher, GS McCarty, ...
Analytical chemistry 82 (23), 9892-9900, 2010
942010
Simultaneous monitoring of dopamine concentration at spatially different brain locations in vivo
MK Zachek, P Takmakov, J Park, RM Wightman, GS McCarty
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 25 (5), 1179-1185, 2010
842010
Microfabricated FSCV-compatible microelectrode array for real-time monitoring of heterogeneous dopamine release
MK Zachek, J Park, P Takmakov, RM Wightman, GS McCarty
Analyst 135 (7), 1556-1563, 2010
752010
Effects of stimulus-driven synchronization on sensory perception
M Tommerdahl, V Tannan, M Zachek, JK Holden, OV Favorov
Behavioral and Brain Functions 3 (1), 1-9, 2007
522007
Enhancing electrochemical detection by scaling solid state nanogaps
GS McCarty, B Moody, MK Zachek
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 643 (1-2), 9-14, 2010
122010
Development of Carbon-MEMS based Device for the In Vivo Electrochemical Detection of Neurotransmitter Fluctuations.
M Zachek
22010
Devices and Sensors for Bioelectric Monitoring and Stimulation
B Moody, MK Zachek, GS McCarty
Biomedical Nanosensors, 273, 2012
12012
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