Stefan Nagl
Stefan Nagl
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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Dual fluorescence sensor for trace oxygen and temperature with unmatched range and sensitivity
C Baleizao, S Nagl, M Schäferling, MN Berberan-Santos, OS Wolfbeis
Analytical chemistry 80 (16), 6449-6457, 2008
A dual luminescent sensor material for simultaneous imaging of pressure and temperature on surfaces
MIJ Stich, S Nagl, OS Wolfbeis, U Henne, M Schaeferling
Advanced Functional Materials 18 (9), 1399-1406, 2008
Optical multiple chemical sensing: status and current challenges
S Nagl, OS Wolfbeis
Analyst 132 (6), 507-511, 2007
Fluorescence analysis in microarray technology
S Nagl, M Schaeferling, OS Wolfbeis
Microchimica Acta 151 (1), 1-21, 2005
Multiplex bacterial growth monitoring in 24‐well microplates using a dual optical sensor for dissolved oxygen and pH
AS Kocincová, S Nagl, S Arain, C Krause, SM Borisov, M Arnold, ...
Biotechnology and bioengineering 100 (3), 430-438, 2008
Optical technologies for the read out and quality control of DNA and protein microarrays
M Schäferling, S Nagl
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 385 (3), 500-517, 2006
An Optical Thermometer Based on the Delayed Fluorescence of C70
C Baleizão, S Nagl, SM Borisov, M Schäferling, OS Wolfbeis, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 13 (13), 3643-3651, 2007
Optical sensing and imaging of trace oxygen with record response
S Nagl, C Baleizão, SM Borisov, M Schäferling, MN Berberan‐Santos, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 46 (13), 2317-2319, 2007
Microfluidic platforms employing integrated fluorescent or luminescent chemical sensors: a review of methods, scope and applications
SA Pfeiffer, S Nagl
Methods and Applications in Fluorescence 3 (3), 034003, 2015
Method for simultaneous luminescence sensing of two species using optical probes of different decay time, and its application to an enzymatic reaction at varying temperature
S Nagl, MIJ Stich, M Schäferling, OS Wolfbeis
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 393, 1199-1207, 2009
Microfluidic free-flow electrophoresis chips with an integrated fluorescent sensor layer for real time pH imaging in isoelectric focusing
S Jezierski, D Belder, S Nagl
Chemical Communications 49 (9), 904-906, 2013
Spatio-temporal mapping of local soil pH changes induced by roots of lupin and soft-rush
N Rudolph, S Voss, AB Moradi, S Nagl, SE Oswald
Plant and soil 369 (1-2), 669-680, 2013
Dynamic oxygen mapping in the root zone by fluorescence dye imaging combined with neutron radiography
N Rudolph, HG Esser, A Carminati, AB Moradi, A Hilger, N Kardjilov, ...
Journal of Soils and Sediments 12, 63-74, 2012
Automated Miniaturized Digital Microfluidic Antimicrobial Susceptibility Test Using a Chip-Integrated Optical Oxygen Sensor
W Qiu, S Nagl
ACS sensors 6 (3), 1147-1156, 2021
Continuous on-chip fluorescence labelling, free-flow isoelectric focusing and marker-free isoelectric point determination of proteins and peptides
C Herzog, E Poehler, AJ Peretzki, SM Borisov, D Aigner, T Mayr, S Nagl
Lab on a Chip 16 (9), 1565-1572, 2016
Protein–protein interaction analysis in single microfluidic droplets using FRET and fluorescence lifetime detection
C Benz, H Retzbach, S Nagl, D Belder
Lab on a Chip 13 (14), 2808-2814, 2013
Multistep liquid-phase lithography for fast prototyping of microfluidic free-flow-electrophoresis chips
S Jezierski, L Gitlin, S Nagl, D Belder
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 401, 2651-2656, 2011
Progress in microchip enantioseparations
S Nagl, P Schulze, M Ludwig, D Belder
Electrophoresis 30 (16), 2765-2772, 2009
Label-free real-time imaging in microchip free-flow electrophoresis applying high speed deep UV fluorescence scanning
S Köhler, S Nagl, S Fritzsche, D Belder
Lab on a chip 12 (3), 458-463, 2012
Monitoring On‐Chip Pictet–Spengler Reactions by Integrated Analytical Separation and Label‐Free Time‐Resolved Fluorescence
S Ohla, R Beyreiss, S Fritzsche, P Glaser, S Nagl, K Stockhausen, ...
Chemistry-A European Journal 18 (4), 1240-1246, 2012
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