Paul Yager

Bioengineering University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Biomedical Engineering
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Kumar S, Gallagher R, Bishop J, et al. (2020) Long-term dry storage of enzyme-based reagents for isothermal nucleic acid amplification in a porous matrix for use in point-of-care diagnostic devices. The Analyst
Shah KG, Kumar S, Singh V, et al. (2020) Two-fluorophore mobile phone imaging of biplexed real-time NAATs overcomes optical artifacts in highly scattering porous media. Analytical Chemistry
Anderson CE, Buser JR, Fleming AM, et al. (2019) An integrated device for the rapid and sensitive detection of the influenza hemagglutinin. Lab On a Chip
Buser JR, Byrnes SA, Anderson CE, et al. (2019) Understanding partial saturation in paper microfluidics enables alternative device architectures Analytical Methods. 11: 336-345
Shah KG, Singh V, Kauffman PC, et al. (2018) Mobile phone ratiometric imaging enables highly sensitive fluorescence lateral flow immunoassays without external optical filters. Analytical Chemistry
Shah KG, Yager P. (2017) Wavelengths and lifetimes of paper autofluorescence: a simple substrate screening process to enhance the sensitivity of fluorescence-based assays in paper. Analytical Chemistry
Anderson CE, Holstein CA, Strauch EM, et al. (2017) A Rapid Diagnostic Assay for Intact Influenza Virus Using a High Affinity Hemagglutinin Binding Protein. Analytical Chemistry
Huang S, Abe K, Bennett S, et al. (2017) Disposable Autonomous Device for Rapid Swab-to-Result Diagnosis of Influenza. Analytical Chemistry
Anderson CE, Shah KG, Yager P. (2017) Sensitive Protein Detection and Quantification in Paper-Based Microfluidics for the Point of Care. Methods in Enzymology. 589: 383-411
Esquivel J, Buser J, Lim C, et al. (2017) Single-use paper-based hydrogen fuel cells for point-of-care diagnostic applications Journal of Power Sources. 342: 442-451
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