Andrew E. Kamholz, Ph.D.

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2001 University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
Biomedical Engineering, General Biophysics
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Paul Yager grad student 2001 University of Washington
 (Quantitative analysis of diffusion and chemical reaction in pressure-driven microfluidic channels.)
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Schilling EA, Kamholz AE, Yager P. (2002) Cell lysis and protein extraction in a microfluidic device with detection by a fluorogenic enzyme assay. Analytical Chemistry. 74: 1798-804
Kamholz AE, Yager P. (2002) Molecular diffusive scaling laws in pressure-driven microfluidic channels: Deviation from one-dimensional Einstein approximations Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical. 82: 117-121
Hatch A, Kamholz AE, Hawkins KR, et al. (2001) A rapid diffusion immunoassay in a T-sensor. Nature Biotechnology. 19: 461-5
Kamholz AE, Schilling EA, Yager P. (2001) Optical measurement of transverse molecular diffusion in a microchannel. Biophysical Journal. 80: 1967-72
Kamholz AE, Yager P. (2001) Theoretical analysis of molecular diffusion in pressure-driven laminar flow in microfluidic channels. Biophysical Journal. 80: 155-60
Kamholz AE, Weigl BH, Finlayson BA, et al. (1999) Quantitative analysis of molecular interaction in a microfluidic channel: the T-sensor. Analytical Chemistry. 71: 5340-7
Brody JP, Kamholz AE, Yager P. (1997) Prominent microscopic effects in microfabricated fluidic analysis systems Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 2978: 103-110
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