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Larysa Baraban
Larysa Baraban
Helmholtz Center Dresden Rossendorf
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Catalytic Janus motors on microfluidic chip: deterministic motion for targeted cargo delivery
L Baraban, D Makarov, R Streubel, I Monch, D Grimm, S Sanchez, ...
ACS nano 6 (4), 3383-3389, 2012
4252012
Transport of cargo by catalytic Janus micro-motors
L Baraban, M Tasinkevych, MN Popescu, S Sanchez, S Dietrich, ...
Soft Matter 8 (1), 48-52, 2012
2912012
Fuel-free locomotion of janus motors: magnetically induced thermophoresis
L Baraban, R Streubel, D Makarov, L Han, D Karnaushenko, OG Schmidt, ...
ACS nano 7 (2), 1360-1367, 2013
2042013
Chemotactic behavior of catalytic motors in microfluidic channels
L Baraban, SM Harazim, S Sanchez, OG Schmidt
Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) 52 (21), 2013
1922013
Millifluidic droplet analyser for microbiology
L Baraban, F Bertholle, MLM Salverda, N Bremond, P Panizza, J Baudry, ...
Lab on a Chip 11 (23), 4057-4062, 2011
1482011
Rolled-up magnetic sensor: nanomembrane architecture for in-flow detection of magnetic objects
I Mönch, D Makarov, R Koseva, L Baraban, D Karnaushenko, C Kaiser, ...
ACS nano 5 (9), 7436-7442, 2011
1412011
Two‐dimensional boronate ester covalent organic framework thin films with large single crystalline domains for a neuromorphic memory device
SW Park, Z Liao, B Ibarlucea, H Qi, HH Lin, D Becker, J Melidonie, ...
Angewandte Chemie 132 (21), 8295-8301, 2020
1342020
Toward highly sensitive and energy efficient ammonia gas detection with modified single-walled carbon nanotubes at room temperature
LA Panes-Ruiz, M Shaygan, Y Fu, Y Liu, V Khavrus, S Oswald, ...
ACS sensors 3 (1), 79-86, 2018
1202018
Control over Janus micromotors by the strength of a magnetic field
L Baraban, D Makarov, OG Schmidt, G Cuniberti, P Leiderer, A Erbe
Nanoscale 5 (4), 1332-1336, 2013
942013
High-performance three-dimensional tubular nanomembrane sensor for DNA detection
M Medina-Sánchez, B Ibarlucea, N Pérez, DD Karnaushenko, SM Weiz, ...
Nano letters 16 (7), 4288-4296, 2016
902016
Various driving mechanisms for generating motion of colloidal particles
A Erbe, M Zientara, L Baraban, C Kreidler, P Leiderer
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (40), 404215, 2008
872008
Frustration-induced magic number clusters of colloidal magnetic particles
L Baraban, D Makarov, M Albrecht, N Rivier, P Leiderer, A Erbe
Physical Review E 77 (3), 031407, 2008
842008
Electrochemically Exfoliated High‐Quality 2H‐MoS2 for Multiflake Thin Film Flexible Biosensors
P Zhang, S Yang, R Pineda‐Gómez, B Ibarlucea, J Ma, MR Lohe, ...
Small 15 (23), 1901265, 2019
812019
Negative photoconductance in heavily doped Si nanowire field-effect transistors
E Baek, T Rim, J Schütt, C Baek, K Kim, L Baraban, G Cuniberti
Nano letters 17 (11), 6727-6734, 2017
802017
Light weight and flexible high‐performance diagnostic platform
D Karnaushenko, B Ibarlucea, S Lee, G Lin, L Baraban, S Pregl, M Melzer, ...
Advanced healthcare materials 4 (10), 1517-1525, 2015
752015
Parallel arrays of Schottky barrier nanowire field effect transistors: Nanoscopic effects for macroscopic current output
S Pregl, WM Weber, D Nozaki, J Kunstmann, L Baraban, J Opitz, ...
Nano Research 6, 381-388, 2013
732013
High‐motility visible light‐driven Ag/AgCl Janus micromotors
X Wang, L Baraban, A Nguyen, J Ge, VR Misko, J Tempere, F Nori, ...
Small 14 (48), 1803613, 2018
672018
Hybrid silicon nanowire devices and their functional diversity
L Baraban, B Ibarlucea, E Baek, G Cuniberti
Advanced Science 6 (15), 1900522, 2019
622019
Chemiresistive biosensors based on carbon nanotubes for label-free detection of DNA sequences derived from avian influenza virus H5N1
Y Fu, V Romay, Y Liu, B Ibarlucea, L Baraban, V Khavrus, S Oswald, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 249, 691-699, 2017
622017
Nanowire sensors monitor bacterial growth kinetics and response to antibiotics
B Ibarlucea, T Rim, CK Baek, J De Visser, L Baraban, G Cuniberti
Lab on a Chip 17 (24), 4283-4293, 2017
582017
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