Amanda M. Stockton, Ph.D.

2010 Chemistry University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
biophysical chemistry
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Richard Alfred Mathies grad student 2010 UC Berkeley
 (Analysis of organic molecules using the Mars Organic Analyzer, a portable, automated microfabricated capillary electrophoresis instrument.)


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Samuel Ellis Holtzen research assistant 2015-2018 Georgia Tech
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Duca ZA, Speller NC, Cato ME, et al. (2022) A miniaturized, low-cost lens tube based laser-induced fluorescence detection system for automated microfluidic analysis of primary amines. Talanta. 241: 123227
Park JW, Jang LW, Jensen EC, et al. (2021) Sensing Techniques for Organochlorides through Intermolecular Interaction with Bicyclic Amidines. Biosensors. 11
Duca ZA, Speller NC, Cantrell T, et al. (2020) A modular, easy-to-use microcapillary electrophoresis system with laser-induced fluorescence for quantitative compositional analysis of trace organic molecules. The Review of Scientific Instruments. 91: 104101
Morbioli GG, Speller NC, Stockton AM. (2020) A practical guide to rapid-prototyping of PDMS-based microfluidic devices: A tutorial. Analytica Chimica Acta. 1135: 150-174
Speller NC, Morbioli GG, Cato ME, et al. (2020) Characterization and evaluation of ionic liquids for use in rapidly-actuated hydraulic microvalves Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 303: 127124
Speller NC, Morbioli GG, Cato ME, et al. (2019) Cutting edge microfluidics: Xurography and a microwave Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 291: 250-256
Morbioli GG, Speller NC, Cato ME, et al. (2019) Rapid and low-cost development of microfluidic devices using wax printing and microwave treatment Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 284: 650-656
Duca ZA, Tan GK, Cantrell T, et al. (2018) Operation of pneumatically-actuated membrane-based microdevices for in situ analysis of extraterrestrial organic molecules after prolonged storage and in multiple orientations with respect to Earth’s gravitational field Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 272: 229-235
Gentry DM, Amador ES, Cable ML, et al. (2017) Correlations Between Life-Detection Techniques and Implications for Sampling Site Selection in Planetary Analog Missions. Astrobiology. 17: 1009-1021
Mathies RA, Razu ME, Kim J, et al. (2017) Feasibility of Detecting Bioorganic Compounds in Enceladus Plumes with the Enceladus Organic Analyzer. Astrobiology. 17: 902-912
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