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  1. An x-ray transparent microfluidic chip for mesophase-based crystallization of membrane proteins and on-chip structure determination D.S. Khvostichenko, J.M. Schieferstein, A.S. Pawate, P.D. Laible, P.J.A. Kenis, Cryst. Growth & Design, 2014, published online.
  2. Efficient electrochemical flow system with improved anode for the conversion of CO2 to CO S. Ma, R. Luo, S. Moniri, Y. Lan, P.J.A. Kenis, ES&T, 2014, published online.
  3. A three-dimensional numerical model of a micro laminar flow fuel cell with a bridge-shaped microchannel cross-section P.O. Lopez-Montesinos, A.V. Desai, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2014, published online.
  4. Microfluidic platform for the study of intercellular communication via soluble factor-cell and cell-cell paracrine signaling M.B. Byrne, L. Trump, A.V. Desai, L.B. Schook, H.R. Gaskins, P.J.A. Kenis, AIP biomicro, 2014, 8, 044104-1-044104-9.
  5. Oscillatory behavior of neutrophils under opposing chemoattractant gradients supports a winner-take-all mechanism M.B. Byrne, Y. Kimura, A. Kapoor, Y. He, K.S. Mattam, K.M. Hasan, L.N. Olson, F. Wang, P.J.A. Kenis, C.V. Rao, PLoS One, 2014, 9 (1), e85726/1-e85726/11.
  6. Triazine-based tool box for developing peptidic PET imaging probes: syntheses, microfluidic radiolabeling, and structure-activity evaluation H. Li, H. Zhou, S. Krieger, J.J. Parry, J.J. Whittenberg, A.V. Desai, B.E. Rogers, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Reichert, Bioconj. Chem., 2014, 25 (4), 761-772.
  7. Silver supported on titania as an active catalyst for electrochemical carbon dioxide reduction S. Ma, Y. Lan, G.M.J. Perez, S. Moniri, P.J.A. Kenis, ChemSusChem, 2014, 7 (3), 866-874.
  8. Inhibition of glutathione synthesis distinctly alters mitochondrial and cytosolic redox poise V.L. Kolossov, W.P. Hanafin, J.N. Beaudoin, D.E. Bica, S.J. DiLiberto, P.J.A. Kenis, H.R. Gaskins, Exp. Bio. & Med., 2014, 239, 394-403.
  9. Microfluidic generation of gradient hydrogels to modulate hematopoietic stem cell culture environment B.P. Mahadik, T.D. Wheeler, L.J. Skertich, P.J.A. Kenis, B.A.C. Harley, Adv. Health Materials, 2013, 3 (3), 449-458.
  10. Normally-closed electrostatic microvalve fabricated using exclusively soft-lithographic techniques and operated with portable electronics J.D. Tice, J.B. Rosheck, C.D. Hamlin, C.A. Apblett, P.J.A. Kenis, JMEMS, 2013, published online.
  11. Mammalian target of rapamycin and Rictor control neutrophil chemotaxis by regulating Rac/Cdc42 activity and the actin cytoskeleton Y. He, D. Li, S. L. Cook, M-S. Yoon, A. Kapoor, C.V. Rao, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Chen, F. Wang, Molec. Bio. Of Cell, 2013, 24 (21), 3369-3380.
  12. Transient light-induced intracellular oxidation revealed by redox biosensor V.L. Kolossov, J.N. Beaudoin, W.P. Hanafin, S.J. Dilberto, P.J.A. Kenis, H.R. Gaskins, Biochem. & Biophys. Res. Comm., 2013, 439 (4), 517-521.
  13. Effects of detergent beta-octylglucoside and phosphate salt solutions on phase behavior of monoolein mesophases D.S. Khvostichenko, J.J.D. Ng, S.L. Perry, M. Menon, P.J.A. Kenis, Biophys J, 2013, 105 (8), 1848-1859.
  14. An X-ray transparent microfluidic platform for screening the phase behavior of lipidic mesophases D.S. Khvostichenko, E. Kondrashinka, S.L. Perry, A.S. Pawate, K. Brister, P.J.A. Kenis, Analyst, 2013, 138 (18), 5384-5395.
  15. In-situ measurement of ethanol tolerance in an operating fuel cell M. Naughton, P.J.A. Kenis, Int. J. Hydrogen En., 2013, 38, 8980-8991.
  16. Thiolene and SIFEL-based microfluidic platforms for liquid-liquid extraction S. Goyal, A.V. Desai, R.W. Lewis, D.R. Ranganathan, H. Li, D. Zeng, D.E. Reichert, P.J.A. Kenis, Sense&Act B, 2013, 190, 634-644.
  17. A microfluidic approach for protein structure determination at room temperature via on-chip anomalous diffraction S.L. Perry, S. Guha, A.S. Pawate, A. Bhaskarla, V. Agarwal, S.K. Nair, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2013, 13 (16), 3183-3187.
    • HOT Article, Featured on Cover
  18. Frontiers, opportunities, and challenges in biochemical and chemical catalysis of CO2 fixation A.M. Appel, J.E. Bercaw, A.B. Bocarsly, H. Dobbek, D.L. DuBois, M. Dupuis, J.G. Ferry, E. Fujita, R. Hille, P.J.A. Kenis, C.A. Kerfeld, R.H. Morris, C.H.F. Peden, A.R. Portis, S.W. Ragsdale, T.B. Rauc, Chem. Rev., 2013, 113 (8), 6621-6658.
  19. Tailoring electrode hydrophobicity to improve anode performance in alkaline media M.S. Naughton, G.H. Gu, A.A. Moradia, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2013, 242, 581-588.
  20. Electrochemical conversion of CO2 to useful chemicals: current status, remaining challenges, and future opportunities H.-R. Jhong, S. Ma, P.J.A. Kenis, Curr. Op. in ChemE, 2013, 2 (2), 191-199.
  21. A multiplexed microfluidic platform for rapid antibiotic susceptibility testing R. Mohan, A. Mukherjee, S.E. Sevgen, C. Sanpitakseree, J. Lee, C.M. Schroeder, P.J.A. Kenis, Biosens & Bioelect, 2013, 49C, 118-125.
  22. Manufacturing all-polymer laminar flow-based fuel cells A.S. Hollinger, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2013, 240, 486-493.
  23. A monolithic poly(dimethylsiloxane) electrostatic actuator for controlling integrated pneumatic microsystems J.D. Tice, T.A. Bassett, A.V. Desai, C.A. Apblett, P.J.A. Kenis, Sense&Act A, 2013, 196, 22-29.
  24. A microfluidic platform for evaporation-based salt screening of pharmaceutical parent compounds S. Goyal, M.R. Thorson, C.L. Schneider, G.G.Z. Zhang, Y. Gong, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2013, 13 (9), 1708-1723.
  25. Using macromolecular-crystallography beamline and microfluidic platform for small-angle diffraction studies of lipidic matrices for membrane-protein crystallization E. Kondrashkina, D.S. Khvostichenko, S.L. Perry, J. Von Osinski, P.J.A. Kenis, K. Brister, J. Phys. Conf. Ser., 2013, 425, 12-13.
  26. Cell-laden hydrogels in integrated microfluidic devices for long-term cell culture and tubulogenesis assays N.P. Gabrielson, A.V. Desai, B. Mahadik, M.-C. Hofmann, P.J.A. Kenis, and B.A.C. Harley, Small, 2013, 1-6.
  27. Nanoparticle silver catalysts that show enhanced activity for carbon dioxide electrolysis A. Salehi-Khojin , H.-R. Molly Jhong, B.A. Rosen , W. Zhu, S. Ma, P.J.A. Kenis, R.I. Masel, J. Phys. Chem., 2013, 117 (4), 1627-1632.
  28. The effects of catalyst layer deposition methodology on electrode performance H.-R. "Molly" Jhong, F.R. Brushett, P.J.A. Kenis, AEM, 2013, 3 (5), 589-599.
  29. Microfluidic radiolabeling of biomolecules with PET radiometals D. Zeng, A.V. Desai, D. Ranganathan, T.D. Wheeler, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Reichert, Nuc. Med. & Bio., 2013, 40 (1), 42-51.
  30. Effect of cations on the electrochemical conversion of CO2 to CO M.R. Thorson, K. Siil, P.J.A. Kenis , J. Electrochem. Soc., 2013, 160, F69-F74.
  31. Protein immobilization using microfluidics: a lab-on-a-chip experiment A. Kapoor, J. Zhang, J.A. Henderson, P.J.A. Kenis, Chemical Educator, 2012, 17, 157-162.
  32. Nitrogen-based catalysts for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CO C. Tornow, M.R. Thorson, S. Ma, A. Gewirth, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 19520-19523.
  33. Microfluidic approach to cocrystal screening of pharmaceutical parent compounds S. Goyal, M.R. Thorson, G.G.Z. Zhang, Y. Gong, P.J.A. Kenis, Cryst. Growth & Design, 2012, 12, 6023-6034.
  34. Fabrication of X-ray compatible microfluidic platforms for protein crystallization S.Guha, S.L. Perry, A. Pawate, P.J.A. Kenis, Sens. & Act. B, 2012, 174, 1-9.
  35. Forster resonance energy transfer-based sensor targeting endoplasmic reticulum reveals highly oxidative environment V.L. Kolossov, M.T. Leslie, A. Shatterjee, B.M. Sheehan, P.J.A. Kenis, H.R. Gaskins, Experimental Biology and Medicine, 2012, 237, 652-662.
  36. Identification of nucleation rates in droplet-based microfluidic systems K. Chen, L. Goh, G. He, Paul J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, R.D. Braatz, Chem. Eng. Sci., 2012, 77, 235-241.
  37. Design rules for electrode arrangement in an air-breathing alkaline direct methanol LFFC M.R. Thorson, F.R. Brushett, C. Timberg, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2012, 218, 28-33.
  38. Quantitative analysis of single-electrode plots to understand in-situ behavior of individual fuel cell electrodes M.S. Naughton, A.A. Moradia, P.J.A. Kenis, J. ECS, 2012, 159 (6), B761-B769.
  39. Design considerations for electrostatic microvalves with applications in poly(dimethylsiloxane)-based microfluidics A.V. Desai, J.D. Tice, C.A. Apblett, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2012, 12 (6), 1078-1088.
  40. Microfluidic approach to polymorph screening through antisolvent crystallization M.R. Thorson, S. Goyal, Y. Gong, G.G.Z. Zhang, P.J.A. Kenis, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14 (7), 2404-2412.
  41. Analysis of Pt/C electrode performance in a flowing-electrolyte alkaline fuel cell F.R. Brushett, M.S. Naughton, J.W.D. Ng, L. Yin, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37, 2559-2570.
  42. Combining structural & electrochemical analysis of fuel cell electrodes using X-ray micro-computed tomography and a microfluidic fuel cell H-R.M. Jhong, F.R. Brushett, L. Yin, D.M. Stevenson, P.J.A. Kenis, J. ECS, 2012, 159 (3), B292-B298.
  43. Design considerations for elastomeric normally closed microfluidic valves R. Mohan, B.R. Schudel, A.V. Desai, J.D. Yearsley, C.A. Apblett, P.J.A. Kenis, Sens. & Act. B, 2011, 160, 1216-1223.
  44. Ionic liquid-mediated selective conversion of CO2 to CO at low overpotentials B.A. Rosen, A. Salehi-Khojin, M.R. Thorson, W. Zhu, D.T. Whipple, P.J.A. Kenis, R.I. Masel, Science, 2011, 334, 643-644.
  45. A microfluidic platform for pharmaceutical salt screening M.R. Thorson, S. Goyal, B.R. Schudel, C.F. Zukoski, G.G.Z. Zhang, Y. Gong, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2011, 11 (22), 3829-3837.
  46. The non-receptor tyrosine kinase lyn controls neutrophil adhesion by recruiting the CrkL-C3G complex and activating Rap1 at the leading edge Y. He, A. Kapoor, S. Cook, S. Liu, Y. Xiang, C.V. Rao, P.J.A. Kenis, F. Wang, J. Cell Sci., 2011, 124 (13), 2153-2164.
  47. Multiplexed detection of nucleic acids in a combinatorial screening chip B.R. Schudel, M. Tanyeri, A. Mukherjee, C.M. Schroeder, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2011, 11 (11), 1916-1923.
  48. Development of a high-dynamic range, GFP-based FRET probe sensitive to oxidative microenvironments V.L. Kolossov, B.Q. Spring, R.M. Clegg, J.J. Henry, A. Sokolowski, P.J.A. Kenis, H.R. Gaskins, Exp. Biol. & Medicine, 2011, 236 (6), 681-691.
  49. Imaging in real-time with FRET the redox response of tumorigenic cells to glutathione perturbations in a microscale flow C. Lin, V.L. Kolossov, G. Tsvid, L. Trump, J.J. Henry, J.L. Henderson, L.A. Rund, P.J.A. Kenis, L.B. Schook, H.R. Gaskins, G. Timp, Integrated Biology, 2011, 3, 208-217.
  50. Design, fabrication, and characterization of a planar, silicon-based, monolithically integrated micro laminar flow fuel cell (uLFFC) with a bridge-shaped microchannel cross-section P.O. Lopez-Montesinos, N. Yossakda, A. Schmidt, F.R. Brushett, W.E. Pelton, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Pow. Sorc., 2011, 196, 4638-4645.
  51. Carbonate resilience of flowing electrolyte-based alkaline fuel cells M.S. Naughton, F.R. Brushett, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2011, 196 (4), 1762-1768.
  52. Two-layer multiplexed peristaltic pumps for high-density integrated microfluidics M.C. Cole, A.V. Desai, P.J.A. Kenis, Sens. & Act. B, 2011, 151, 384-393.
  53. Prospects of CO2 utilization via direct heterogeneous electrochemical reduction D.T. Whipple, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2010, 1 (24), 3451-3458.
  54. Design rules for pumping and metering of highly viscous fluids in microfluidics S.L. Perry, J.J.L. Higdon, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2010, 10 (22), 3112-3124.
    • Among the top 10 accessed articles in LOC for the month of October 2010.
  55. A carbon-supported copper complex of 3,5-diamino-1,2,4-triazole as a cathode catalyst for alkaline fuel cell applications F.R. Brushett, M.S. Thorum, N.S. Lioutas, M.S. Naughton, C. Tornow, H-R. Jhong, A.A. Gewirth, P.J.A. Kenis, JACS, 2010, 132, 12185-12187. [Supplemental Material]
  56. Microfluidic labeling of biomolecules with radiometals for use in nuclear medicine T.D. Wheeler, D. Zeng, A.V. Desai, B. Onal, D.E. Reichert, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2010, 10 (24), 3387-3396.
  57. Control of gold nanoparticle shape with DNA: One-pot synthesis and cellular uptake of highly stable and functional gold nanoflowers Z. Wang, J. Zhang, J.M. Ekman, P.J.A. Kenis, Y. Lu, Nano Letters, 2010, 10, 1886-1891.
  58. Microfluidic reactor for the electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide: The effect of pH D. T. Whipple, E. C. Finke, and P. J. A. Kenis, Electrochem. & Solid-State Lett., 2010, 13 (9), B109-B111.
  59. Determination of phase diagrams for soluble and membrane protein systems S. Talreja, S.L. Perry, S. Guha, C.F. Zukoski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2010, 114, 4432-4441.
  60. Investigations of Pt, Pt3Co, Pt3Co/Mo cathodes for the oxygen reduction reaction in an Acidic Microfluidic H2/O2 Fuel Cell F.R. Brushett, H.T. Duong, J.W.D. Ng, A. Wieckowski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2010, 157 (6), B837-845.
  61. Nanoporous separator and low fuel concentration to minimize crossover in direct methanol LFFCs A.S. Hollinger, R.J. Maloney, R.S. Jayashree, D. Natarajan, L.J. Markoski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sorc., 2010, 195 (11), 3523-3528.
  62. On the performance of membraneless laminar flow-based microfluidic fuel cells R.S. Jayashree, S.K. Yoon, F.R. Brushett, P.O. Lopez-Montesinos, D. Natarajan, L.J. Markoski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2010, 195 (11), 3569-3578.
  63. Microtopographically patterned surfaces promote the alignment of tenocytes and extracellular collagen A. Kapoor, E.H.G. Caporali, P.J.A. Kenis, M.C. Stewart, Acta Biomateriala, 2010, 6, 2580-2589.
  64. A stochastic model for nucleation kinetics determination in droplet-based microfluidic systems L. Goh, K. Chen, V. Bhamidi, G. He, N.C.S. Kee, P.J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, R.D. Braatz, Cryst. Growth & Design, 2010, 10, 2515-2521.
  65. Investigation of fuel and media flexible laminar flow-based fuel cells F.R. Brushett, R.S. Jayashree, W.P. Zhou, P.J.A. Kenis, Elect. Acta, 2009, 54 (27), 7099-7105.
  66. Chemical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign E. G. Seebauer, P. J. A. Kenis, M. Miletic, Chem. Eng. Ed., 2009, 43 (3), 179-185.
  67. Cadherin and integrin regulation of epithelial cell migration J. Silvestre, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Leckband, Langmuir, 2009, 25 (17), 10092-10099.
  68. Microfluidic generation of lipidic mesophases for membrane protein crystallization. S.L. Perry, G.W. Roberts, J.D. Tice, R.B. Gennis, P.J.A. Kenis, Cryst. Growth & Design, 2009, 9 (6), 2566-2569.
  69. Microfluidic chip for combinatorial mixing and screening of assays. B. R. Schudel, C. J. Choi, B. T. Cunningham, P. J. A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2009, 9 (12), 1676-1680.
    • In the top 10 accessed articles on the Lab on a Chip website for the month of June, 2009.
  70. Ruthenium cluster-like chalcogenide as a methanol tolerant cathode catalyst in air-breathing laminar flow fuel cells. D. Whipple, R. S. Jayashree, D. Egas, N. Alonso-Vante, P. J. A. Kenis, Electrochimica Acta, 2009, 54, 4384-4388.
  71. Electronic properties of a monolayer-electrolyte interface obtained from mechanistic impedance analysis. C. Gupta, M. Shannon, P. J. A. Kenis, J. Phys. Chem., 2009, 113 (21), 9375-9391.
  72. Mechanisms of charge transport through monolayer-modified polycrystalline gold electrodes in the absence of redox active moieties. C. Gupta, M. Shannon, P. J. A. Kenis, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 2009, 113 (11), 4687-4705.
  73. Alkaline microfluidic hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell as a cathode characterization platform. F. R. Brushett, W-P Zhou, R. S. Jayashree, P. J. A. Kenis, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2009, 156 (5), B565-571.
  74. Design of crystallization processes from laboratory research and development to the manufacturing scale part I & II. N.C.S. Kee, X.Y. Woo, L.M. Goh, E. Rusli, G. He, V. Bhamidi, R.B.H. Tan, P.J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, R.D. Braatz, American Pharmaceutical Review, 2009, 11 (6 & 7), 112-115 & 66-74.
  75. Multiplexed electrical sensor arrays in microfluidic networks. Matthew Cole, Paul J.A. Kenis, Sensors and Actuators B, 2009, 136, 350-358.
  76. Engineering redox-sensitive linkers for genetically encoded FRET-based biosensors. Vladimir L. Kolossov, Bryan Q. Spring, Anna Sokolowski, John E. Conour, Robert M. Clegg, Paul J. A. Kenis, H. Rex Gaskins, Experimental Biology and Medicine, 2008, 233, 238-248.
    • SEBMs 2008 Alan MacDiarmid Best Paper Award in the interdisciplinary research category
  77. The role of surface defects in CO oxidation, methanol oxidation, and oxygen reduction on Pt(111). Jacob S. Spendelow, Qinqin Xu, Jason D. Goodpaster, Paul J. A. Kenis, Andrzej Wieckowski, J. Electrochem. Soc., 2007, 154 (12), F238-F242.
  78. Metastable states of small molecule solutions. Guangwen He, Reginald B. H. Tan, Paul J. A. Kenis, Charles F. Zukoski, J. Phys. Chem., 2007, 111 (51), 14121-14129.
  79. Generalized phase behavior of small molecules and nanoparticles. Guangwen He, Reginald B. H. Tan, Paul J. A. Kenis, Charles F. Zukoski, J. Phys. Chem. B., 2007, 111, 12494-12499.
  80. Fabrication of ceramic microscale structures. Christian, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Am. Cer. Soc., 2007, 90 (9), 2779-2783.
  81. Patterning by etching at the nanoscale (PENs) on Si(111) through the controlled etching of PDMS. M. Perring, M. Mitchell, P.J.A. Kenis, N.B. Bowden, Chemistry of Materials, 2007, 19 (11), 2903-2909.
  82. A microfluidic hydrogen fuel cell with a liquid electrolyte. R.S. Jayashree, M. Mitchell, D. Natarajan, L.J. Markoski, P.J.A. Kenis, Langmuir, 2007, 23 (13), 6871-6874.
  83. A kinetic model to simulate protein crystal growth in an evaporation-based crystallization platform. S. Talreja, P.J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, Langmuir, 2007, 23 (8), 4516-4522.
  84. Double transfer printing of small volumes of liquids. C. Gupta, G.A. Mensing, M.A. Shannon, P.J. A. Kenis, Langmuir, 2007, 23 (5), 2906-2914.
  85. Microfluidic flow-flash: A new method for investigating protein dynamics. M.W. Toepke, S.H. Brewer, D.M. Vu, K.D. Rector, J.E. Morgan, R.B. Gennis, P.J.A. Kenis, R.B. Dyer, Anal. Chem., 2007, 79, 122-128.
  86. Active control of the depletion boundary layer in microfluidic electrochemical reactors. S.K. Yoon, G. Fichtl, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2006, 6, 1516-1524.
  87. Methanol dehydrogenation and oxidation on Pt(111) in alkaline solutions. J.S. Spendelow, J.D. Goodpaster, P.J.A. Kenis, A. Wieckowski, Langmuir, 2006, 22 (25), 10457 -10464.
  88. Ceramic microreactors for on-site hydrogen production from high temperature steam reforming of propane. Christian, M. Mitchell, P.J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2006, 6, 1328-1337.
    • Highlighted in:
      • Chemical Technology: Porous catalyst operates at high temperatures without coking; Microreactors for hydrogen fuel cells, 2006, 3, T41-T44
      • www.fuelcellworks.com: Microreactors for hydrogen fuel cells
      • Inside Illinois: Ceramic microreactors developed for on-site hydrogen production, Oct. 5, 2006
  89. Direct growth of glycine from neutral aqeuous solutions by slow, evaporation-driven crystallization. G. He, V. Bhamidi, S.R.Wilson, R.B.H. Tan, P.J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, Crystal Growth & Design, 2006, 6 (8), 1746-1749.
  90. Microreactor for on-site hydrogen production. Christian, M. Mitchell, D.-P. Kim, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Catalysis, 2006, 241, 235-42.
  91. Mechanism of CO oxidation on Pt(111) in alkaline media. J.S. Spendelow, J.D. Goodpaster, P.J.A. Kenis, A. Wieckowski, J. Phys. Chem. B., 2006, 110, 9545-9555.
  92. Determination of critical supersaturation from microdroplet evaporation experiments. G. He, V. Bhamidi, R.B.H. Tan, P.J.A. Kenis, C.F. Zukoski, Crystal Growth & Design, 2006, 6 (5), 1175-1180.
  93. Passive direct formic acid microfabricated fuel cells. J. Yeom, R.S. Jayashree, C. Rastogi, M.A. Shannon, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2006, 160, 1058-1064.
  94. Air-breathing laminar flow-based direct methanol fuel cell with alkaline electrolyte. R.S. Jayashree, D. Egas, D. Natarajan, J.S. Spendelow, L.J. Markoski, P.J.A. Kenis, Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 2006, 9 (5), A252-256.
  95. Cell migration and polarity on microfabricated gradients of extracellular matrix proteins. R. Gunawan, J. Silvestre, H.R. Gaskins, L.B. Schook, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Leckband, Langmuir, 2006, 22, 4250-4258.
  96. Cross metathesis on olefin-terminated monolayers on Si(111). S. Dutta, M. Perring, S. Barrett, M. Mitchell, P.J.A. Kenis, N.B. Bowden, Langmuir, 2006, 22, 2146-2155.
  97. Air-breathing laminar flow based microfluidic fuel cell. R.S. Jayashree, L. Gancs, E.R. Choban, A. Primak, D. Natarajan, L.J. Markoski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127 (48), 16758-16759. [Supplemental Material]
  98. Screening and optimization of protein crystallization conditions through gradual evaporation using a novel crystallization platform. S. Talreja, D.Y. Kim, A.Y. Mirarefi, C.F. Zukoski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Appl. Crystallography, 2005, 38, 988-995.
  99. Reorientation of the interface between two liquids of different densities flowing laminarly through a microchannel. S.K. Yoon, M. Mitchell, E.R. Choban, Paul J.A. Kenis, Lab on a Chip, 2005, 5, 1259-1263.
  100. Simple methods for the direct assembly, functionalization, and patterning of acid-terminated monolayers on Si(111). M. Perring, S. Dutta, S. Arafat, M. Mitchell, P. J. A. Kenis, N.B. Bowden, Langmuir, 2005, 21 (23), 10537-44.
  101. In-situ deposition and patterning of single-walled carbon nanotubes by laminar flow and controlled flocculation in microfluidic channels. J.-U. Park, M.A. Meitl, S.-H. Hur, M.L. Usrey, M.S. Strano, P.J.A. Kenis, J.A. Rogers, Angew. Chem., 2005, 118 (4), 595-599.
  102. Laminar flow-based electrochemical microreactor for efficient regeneration of nicotinamide cofactors for biocatalysis. S.K. Yoon, E.R. Choban, C. Kane, T. Tzedakis, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127, 10466-10467. [Supplemental Material]
    • Highlighted in:
      • Lab-on-a-Chip: Microfluidic cofactor regeneration, 2005, vol. 5, p. 1002-3
      • Chemical Engineering: Another microreactor milestone for biocatalysis, Sept. 2005, p. 18-20
      • www.innovations-report.com
  103. Multilevel microfluidics via single-exposure photolithography. M.W. Toepke, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005, 127, 7674-7675. [Supplemental Material]
    • Highlighted in:
      • Lab-on-a-Chip: Multilevel microfluidics, 2005, vol. 5, p. 709
  104. Twists and turns in the development and maintenance of mammalian small intestine epithelium. A.L. Hauck, K.S. Swanson, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Leckband, H.R. Gaskins, L.B. Schook, Birth Defects Research (Part C), 2005, 75, 58-71 (review).
  105. Mild methods to assemble and pattern organic monolayers on hydrogen-terminated Si(111). S.N. Arafat, S. Dutta, M. Perring, M. Mitchell, P.J.A. Kenis, N.B. Bowden, Chem. Comm., 2005, 3198-3200.
  106. Membraneless laminar flow-based microfuel cells operating in alkaline, acidic, and acidic/alkaline media. E.R. Choban, J.S. Spendelow, L. Gancs, A. Wieckowski, P.J.A. Kenis, Electrochimica Acta, 2005, 50 (27), 5390-5398.
    • Highlighted in:
      • Business Week: Fixing the flow in fuel cells, 3/11/05, p. 95
      • News Gazette: "UI fuel cells promise to keep us energized, eventually", 5/1/2005 (front page)
      • Science News: "Pinstripe Electricity" 4/2/2005, vol. 167, p. 211
      • New Scientist: "First Membrane-free Alkaline Fuel Cell Built," 3/22/2005
      • Chemical Engineering Progress: Fuel Cell Takes a microfluidic route to Reducing Operating Costs, July 2005, p.14
      • Chemical Processing: Fuel cell design achieves basic breakthrough, June 2005, p.11
      • APS News: Building a Better Fuel Cell Using Microfluidics May 2005, p. 2-7
      • Financial Times (German Issue)
      • Deutschlandfunk, German National Radio
  107. Fabrication of macroporous SiC and SiCN materials for high temperature microreactors. I.-K. Sung, Christian, M. Mitchell, D.-P. Kim, P.J.A. Kenis, Advanced Functional Materials, 2005, 15, 1336-1342.
    • Highlighted on:
      • www.sciencedaily.com, www.fuelcellsworks.com, www.innovations-report.com, www.physorg.com: Catalyst support structures facilitate high-temperature fuel reforming
  108. Electrooxidation of formic acid on electrodeposited Pt and Pt/Pd catalyst structures. R. S. Jayashree, J.S. Spendelow, J. Yeom, C. Rastogi, M.A. Shannon, P.J.A. Kenis, Electrochimica Acta, 2005, 50 (24), 4674-4682.
  109. Method for independent evaluation of working/counter electrode performance in microfluidic electrochemical systems: analysis of a membraneless micro fuel cell. E.R. Choban, P. Waszczuk, P.J.A. Kenis, Electrochemical and Solid State Letters, 2005, 8 (7), A348-A352.
  110. Regiospecific control of gene expression in cells cultured on two-component counter gradients of extracellular matrix proteins. R. Gunawan, E.R. Choban, J. Conour, J. Silvestre, H.R. Gaskins, L.B. Schook, P.J.A. Kenis, D.E. Leckband, Langmuir, 2005, 21, 3061-3068.
  111. Fabrication and characterization of a silicon-based millimeter scale, microfabricated PEM fuel cell operating with hydrogen, methanol, or formic acid as fuels. J. Yeom, G.Z. Mozsgai, B.R. Flachsbart, E.R. Choban, A. Asthana, M.A. Shannon, P.J.A. Kenis, Sens. & Act. B, 2005, 107 (2), 882-991.
  112. Fabricating complex three dimensional nanostructures with high resolution conformable phase masks. S. Jeon, J.-U. Park, R. Cirelli, S. Yang, C.E. Heitzman, P.V. Braun, P.J.A. Kenis, J.A. Rogers, PNAS, 2004, 101, 12428-12433.
  113. Electrooxidation of adsorbed CO on Pt(111) and Pt(111)/Ru in alkaline media and comparison with results from acidic media. J.S. Spendelow, G.Q. Lu, P.J.A. Kenis, A. Wieckowski, J. Electroanal. Chem., 2004, 268, 215-224.
  114. Micro-fluidic fuel cell based on laminar flow. E.R. Choban, L.J. Markoski, A. Wieckowski, P.J.A. Kenis, J. Power Sources, 2004, 128, 54-60.
    • Highlighted in:
      • C & E News: "Fuel Cells Minus Membranes", vol. 82, p.7, 3/29/04
      • News-Gazette: "Charged up over fuel cells" 10/26/04
  115. Solving mazes using microfluidic networks. M. J. Fuerstman, P. Deschatelets, R. Kane, A. Schwartz, P.J.A. Kenis, J. M. Deutch, G.M. Whitesides, Langmuir, 2003, 19, 4714-4722.
  116. Pressure-driven laminar flow in tangential microchannels: an elastomeric microfluidic switch. R. F. Ismagilov, D. Rosemarin, P. J. A. Kenis, D. T. Chiu, W. Zhang, H. A. Stone, G. M. Whitesides, Anal. Chem., 2001, 73, 4682-4687.
  117. Microfluidic arrays of fluid-fluid diffusional contacts as detection elements and combinatorial tools. R. F. Ismagilov, J. M. K. Ng, P. J. A. Kenis, G. M. Whitesides, Anal. Chem., 2001, 73, 5207-5213.
  118. Fabrication and characterization of microscale sandwich beams. F. Arias, P. J. A. Kenis, B. Xu, T. Deng, O. J. A. Schueller, G. M. Whitesides, Y. Sugimura, A. G. Evans, J. Mat. Res., 2001, 16, 597-605.
  119. Microfabrication inside capillaries using fluid flow. P. J. A. Kenis, R. F. Ismagilov, S. Takayama, G. M. Whitesides, S. Li, H. S.White, Acc. of Chem. Res., 2000, 33, 841-847.
  120. Patterning of electro osmotic flow with patterned surface charges. A. D. Stroock, M. Weck, D. T. Chiu, W. T. S. Huck, P. J. A. Kenis, R. F. Ismagilov, G. M. Whitesides, H. A. Stone, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2000, 84, 3314-3317.
  121. Experimental and theoretical scaling laws for transverse diffusive broadening in two-phase laminar flows in microchannels. R. F. Ismagilov, A. D. Stroock, P. J. A. Kenis, G. M. Whitesides, H. A. Stone, Appl. Phys Lett., 2000, 76, 2376-2378.
  122. Fabrication of metallic microstructures using exposed developed silver halide-base photographic film. T. Deng, F. Arias, R. F. Ismagilov, P. J. A. Kenis, G. M. Whitesides, Anal. Chem., 2000, 72, 645-651.
  123. Patterning cells and their environments using multiple laminar fluid flows in capillary networks. S. Takayama, J. C. McDonald, E. Ostuni, M. N. Liang, P. J. A. Kenis, R. F. Ismagilov, G. M. Whitesides, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 1999, 96, 5545-5548.
  124. Microfabrication inside capillaries using multiphase laminar flow patterning. P. J. A. Kenis, R. F. Ismagilov, G. M. Whitesides, Science, 1999, 285, 83-85 (cover).
  125. Supramolecular materials: Molecular packing of tetranitrocalix[4]arene in highly stable second-order NLO-active films. P. J. A. Kenis, O. F. J. Noordman, H. Schonherr, E. G. Kerver, B. H. M. Snellink-Ruel, G. J. van Hummel, S. Harkema, C. P. J. M. van der Vorst, J. Hare, S. J. Picken, J. F. J. Engbersen, G. J. Vancso, Chemistry, a European Journal, 1998, 4, 1225-1234.
  126. Scanning force microscopy studies on molecular packing and friction anisotropy in thin films of tetranitrotetrapropoxycalix[4]arene. H. Schonherr, P. J. A. Kenis, J. F. J. Engbersen, S. Harkema, A. J. R. L. Hulst, D. N. Reinhoudt, G. J. Vancso, Langmuir, 1998, 14, 2801-2809.
  127. High hyperpolarizabilities of donor-p-acceptor-functionalized calix[4]arene derivatives by pre-organization of chromophores. P. J. A. Kenis, E. G. Kerver, B. H. M. Snellink-Ruel, G. J. van Hummel, S. Harkema, M. C. Flipse, R. H. Woudenberg, J. F. J. Engbersen, D. N. Reinhoudt, Eur. Jour. Org. Chem., 1998, 1089-1098.
  128. Second-order nonlinear optical properties of the four tetranitrotetrapropoxycalix[4]arene conformers. P. J. A. Kenis, O. F. J. Noordman, S. Houbrechts, G. van Hummel, S. Harkema, K. Clays, J. F. J. Engbersen, A. Persoons, N. F. Van Hulst, D. N. Reinhoudt, Jour. Am Chem. Soc., 1998, 120, 7875-7883.
  129. Second-order nonlinear optical active calix[4]arene polyimides suitable for frequency doubling in the UV-region. P. J. A. Kenis, O. F. J. Noordman, J. F. J. Engbersen, N. F. Van Hulst, D. N. Reinhoudt, B. H. M. Hams, C. P. J. M. van der Vorst, Chem. Mater., 1997, 9, 596-601.
  130. Structure and reactivity of copper-dioxygen complexes derived from molecular receptor ligands. R. J. M. Klein Gebbink, C. F. Martens, P. J. A. Kenis, R. J. Jansen, H.-I. Nolting, V. Sole, M. C. Feiters, K. D. Karlin, R. J. M. Nolte, Inorg. Chem., 1999, 38, 5755-5768.
  131. Characterization of a [4Fe-4S]-ferredoxin model based on a concave tetradentate thiol ligand system. C. F. Martens, M. M. G. Bongers, P. J. A. Kenis, R. Czajka, M. C. Feiters, J. G. M. van der Linden, R. J. M. Nolte, Chemische Berichte / Recueil, 1997, 130, 23-33.

Proceedings


  1. Microfluidic Chips for Membrane Protein Crystallization. P.J.A. Kenis, J.D. Tice, S.L. Perry, G.W. Roberts, S. Talreja, Micro-TAS 11th International Conference, 2007, 590-592.
  2. Palladium-Nanoparticles on Platinum-Black Catalysts Integrated into a Microfabricated Si-Based Micro-Fuel Cell. Jayashree, R. S., J. Yeom, G. Z. Mozsgai, E. R. Choban, J. Spendelow, P. J. A. Kenis, M. A. Shannon, Solid-State Sensors and Actuators Workshop, 2004, 266-269.
  3. A Microscale Vapor-Fed Formic Acid Fuel Cell. Yeom, J., R. S. Jayashree, G. Z. Mozsgai, A. Asthana, E. R. Choban, M. Mitchell, P. J. A. Kenis, M. A. Shannon, Solid-State Sensors and Actuators Workshop, 2004, 125-128.
  4. A Silicon Microfabricated Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cell. J. Yeom, G.Z. Mozsgai, B.R. Flachsbart, A. Asthana, P. Waszczuk, E.R.Choban, P.J.A. Kenis, M.A. Shannon, ASME Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology Proceedings, 2003, 267-272.
  5. Membraneless Fuel Cell Based on Laminar Flow. E.R. Choban, P. Waszczuk, L.J. Markoski, A. Wieckowski, P.J.A. Kenis, ASME Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology Proceedings, 2003, 261-265.
  6. Microfluidic fuel cells that lack a polymer electrolyte membrane. E.R. Choban, L.J. Markoski, J. Stoltzfus, J.S. Moore, P.J.A. Kenis, Power Sources Proceedings, 2002, 40, 317-320.
  7. Calix[4]arenes as building blocks in second order nonlinear optics. P. J. A. Kenis, B. H. M. Snellink-RuŽl, O. F. J. Noordman, N. F. van Hulst, J. F. J. Engbersen, and D. N. Reinhoudt, IEEE/LEOS Proceedings, 1996, 308-311.
  8. Molecular and macroscopic second-order nonlinear optical properties of calix[4]arenes. P. J. A. Kenis, O. F. J. Noordman, B. H. M. Snellink-RuŽl, J. F. J. Engbersen, N. F. van Hulst, D. N. Reinhoudt, ACS-Proceedings, PMSE-div., 1996, 75, 317-318.