Ke Du
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Rapid and fully microfluidic Ebola virus detection with CRISPR-Cas13a
P Qin, M Park, KJ Alfson, M Tamhankar, R Carrion, JL Patterson, ...
ACS sensors 4 (4), 1048-1054, 2019
High-throughput and all-solution phase African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) detection using CRISPR-Cas12a and fluorescence based point-of-care system
Q He, D Yu, M Bao, G Korensky, J Chen, M Shin, J Kim, M Park, P Qin, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 154, 112068, 2020
Current and perspective diagnostic techniques for COVID-19
X Yuan, C Yang, Q He, J Chen, D Yu, J Li, S Zhai, Z Qin, K Du, Z Chu, ...
ACS infectious diseases 6 (8), 1998-2016, 2020
Multiplexed efficient on-chip sample preparation and sensitive amplification-free detection of Ebola virus
K Du, H Cai, M Park, TA Wall, MA Stott, KJ Alfson, A Griffiths, R Carrion, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 91, 489-496, 2017
Highly ordered hollow oxide nanostructures: the Kirkendall effect at the nanoscale
AA El Mel, M Buffière, PY Tessier, S Konstantinidis, W Xu, K Du, ...
Small 9 (17), 2838-2843, 2013
Simple Holographic Patterning for High‐Aspect‐Ratio Three‐Dimensional Nanostructures with Large Coverage Area
I Wathuthanthri, Y Liu, K Du, W Xu, CH Choi
Advanced Functional Materials, 2012
Large-area pattern transfer of metallic nanostructures on glass substrates via interference lithography
K Du, I Wathuthanthri, W Mao, W Xu, CH Choi
Nanotechnology 22 (28), 285306, 2011
Stencil lithography for scalable micro-and nanomanufacturing
K Du, J Ding, Y Liu, I Wathuthanthri, CH Choi
Micromachines 8 (4), 131, 2017
Planar arrays of nanoporous gold nanowires: when electrochemical dealloying meets nanopatterning
A Chauvin, C Delacôte, L Molina-Luna, M Duerrschnabel, M Boujtita, ...
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8 (10), 6611-6620, 2016
Galvanic replacement reaction: a route to highly ordered bimetallic nanotubes
AA El Mel, M Chettab, E Gautron, A Chauvin, B Humbert, JY Mevellec, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (31), 17652-17659, 2016
Magnetic bead-quantum dot (MB-Qdot) clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat assay for simple viral DNA detection
M Bao, E Jensen, Y Chang, G Korensky, K Du
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (39), 43435-43443, 2020
Wafer-scale pattern transfer of metal nanostructures on polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) substrates via holographic nanopatterns
K Du, I Wathuthanthri, Y Liu, W Xu, CH Choi
ACS applied materials & interfaces 4 (10), 5505-5514, 2012
Microfluidic system for detection of viral RNA in blood using a barcode fluorescence reporter and a photocleavable capture probe
K Du, M Park, A Griffiths, R Carrion, J Patterson, H Schmidt, R Mathies
Analytical chemistry 89 (22), 12433-12440, 2017
Transfer patterning of large-area graphene nanomesh via holographic lithography and plasma etching
J Ding, K Du, I Wathuthanthri, CH Choi, FT Fisher, EH Yang
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 32 (6), 2014
Electron beam nanosculpting of kirkendall oxide nanochannels
AA El Mel, L Molina-Luna, M Buffiere, PY Tessier, K Du, CH Choi, ...
ACS nano 8 (2), 1854-1861, 2014
Challenges and opportunities for clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats based molecular biosensing
M Bao, Q Chen, Z Xu, EC Jensen, C Liu, JT Waitkus, X Yuan, Q He, P Qin, ...
ACS sensors 6 (7), 2497-2522, 2021
Large-amplitude, reversible, pH-triggered wetting transitions enabled by layer-by-layer films
Y Lu, MA Sarshar, K Du, T Chou, CH Choi, SA Sukhishvili
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 5 (23), 12617-12623, 2013
Current and perspective sensing methods for monkeypox virus
I Gul, C Liu, X Yuan, Z Du, S Zhai, Z Lei, Q Chen, MA Raheem, Q He, ...
Bioengineering 9 (10), 571, 2022
Integrated micropillar polydimethylsiloxane accurate CRISPR detection system for viral DNA sensing
KN Hass, M Bao, Q He, L Liu, J He, M Park, P Qin, K Du
ACS omega 5 (42), 27433-27441, 2020
Fabrication of polymer nanowires via maskless O2 plasma etching
K Du, I Wathuthanthri, Y Liu, YT Kang, CH Choi
Nanotechnology 25 (16), 165301, 2014
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