Andrew E Ekpenyong
Andrew E Ekpenyong
Asst Professor of Physics, Creighton University, USA
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Real-time deformability cytometry: on-the-fly cell mechanical phenotyping
O Otto, P Rosendahl, A Mietke, S Golfier, C Herold, D Klaue, S Girardo, ...
Nature methods 12 (3), 199-202, 2015
A comparison of methods to assess cell mechanical properties
PH Wu, DRB Aroush, A Asnacios, WC Chen, ME Dokukin, BL Doss, ...
Nature methods 15, 491-498, 2018
Viscoelastic properties of differentiating blood cells are fate-and function-dependent
AE Ekpenyong, G Whyte, K Chalut, S Pagliara, F Lautenschläger, ...
PloS one 7 (9), e45237, 2012
Chromatin decondensation and nuclear softening accompany Nanog downregulation in embryonic stem cells
KJ Chalut, M Höpfler, F Lautenschläger, L Boyde, CJ Chan, A Ekpenyong, ...
Biophysical journal 103 (10), 2060-2070, 2012
Separation of blood cells with differing deformability using deterministic lateral displacement
D Holmes, G Whyte, J Bailey, N Vergara-Irigaray, A Ekpenyong, J Guck, ...
Interface focus 4 (6), 20140011, 2014
Myosin II activity softens cells in suspension
CJ Chan, AE Ekpenyong, S Golfier, W Li, KJ Chalut, O Otto, J Elgeti, ...
Biophysical journal 108 (8), 1856-1869, 2015
Actin polymerization as a key innate immune effector mechanism to control Salmonella infection
SM Man, A Ekpenyong, P Tourlomousis, S Achouri, E Cammarota, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (49), 17588-17593, 2014
Quantifying cellular differentiation by physical phenotype using digital holographic microscopy
KJ Chalut, AE Ekpenyong, WL Clegg, IC Melhuish, J Guck
Integrative biology 4 (3), 280-284, 2012
Diffraction imaging of spheres and melanoma cells with a microscope objective
KM Jacobs, LV Yang, J Ding, AE Ekpenyong, R Castellone, JQ Lu, XH Hu
Journal of biophotonics 2 (8‐9), 521-527, 2009
Bacterial infection of macrophages induces decrease in refractive index
AE Ekpenyong, SM Man, S Achouri, CE Bryant, J Guck, KJ Chalut
Journal of biophotonics 6 (5), 393-397, 2013
Mechanical deformation induces depolarization of neutrophils
AE Ekpenyong, N Toepfner, C Fiddler, M Herbig, W Li, G Cojoc, ...
Science advances 3 (6), e1602536, 2017
Refractive index measurements of single, spherical cells using digital holographic microscopy
M Schürmann, J Scholze, P Müller, CJ Chan, AE Ekpenyong, KJ Chalut, ...
Methods in cell biology 125, 143-159, 2015
Determination of cell elasticity through hybrid ray optics and continuum mechanics modeling of cell deformation in the optical stretcher
AE Ekpenyong, CL Posey, JL Chaput, AK Burkart, MM Marquardt, ...
Applied optics 48 (32), 6344-6354, 2009
Mechanotransduction in neutrophil activation and deactivation
AE Ekpenyong, N Toepfner, ER Chilvers, J Guck
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1853 (11), 3105-3116, 2015
Comparison of stresses on homogeneous spheroids in the optical stretcher computed with geometrical optics and generalized Lorenz–Mie theory
L Boyde, A Ekpenyong, G Whyte, J Guck
Applied optics 51 (33), 7934-7944, 2012
Study of 3D cell morphology and effect on light scattering distribution
AE Ekpenyong, J Ding, LV Yang, NR Leffler, JQ Lu, RS Brock, XH Hu
European Conference on Biomedical Optics, 7367_1J, 2009
Chemotherapy impedes in vitro microcirculation and promotes migration of leukemic cells with impact on metastasis
SV Prathivadhi-Bhayankaram, J Ning, M Mimlitz, C Taylor, E Gross, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 479 (4), 841-846, 2016
Elastic theory for the deformation of a solid or layered spheroid under axisymmetric loading
L Boyde, A Ekpenyong, G Whyte, J Guck
Acta Mechanica 224 (4), 819-839, 2013
PLoS One 7, e45237 (2012)
AE Ekpenyong, G Whyte, K Chalut, S Pagliara, F Lautenschlager, ...
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Fluorescence intensity modulation of CdSe/ZnS quantum dots assesses reactive oxygen species during chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer cells
BH Lee, S Suresh, A Ekpenyong
Journal of Biophotonics 12 (2), e201800172, 2019
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