Dana M. Spence

Chemistry - Doctor of Philosophy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Castiaux AD, Pinger C, Hayter EA, et al. (2019) PolyJet 3D-Printed Enclosed Microfluidic Channels without Photocurable Supports. Analytical Chemistry
Heller AA, Spence DM. (2019) A rapid method for post-antibiotic bacterial susceptibility testing. Plos One. 14: e0210534
Gross B, Lockwood SY, Spence DM. (2017) Recent Advances in Analytical Chemistry by 3D Printing. Analytical Chemistry. 89: 57-70
Chen C, Mehl BT, Munshi AS, et al. (2016) 3D-printed Microfluidic Devices: Fabrication, Advantages and Limitations-a Mini Review. Analytical Methods : Advancing Methods and Applications. 8: 6005-6012
Lockwood SY, Summers S, Eggenberger E, et al. (2016) An In Vitro Diagnostic for Multiple Sclerosis Based on C-peptide Binding to Erythrocytes. Ebiomedicine
LaBonia GJ, Lockwood SY, Heller AA, et al. (2016) Drug penetration and metabolism in 3-dimensional cell cultures treated in a 3D printed fluidic device: Assessment of irinotecan via MALDI imaging mass spectrometry. Proteomics
Lockwood SY, Meisel JE, Monsma FJ, et al. (2016) A Diffusion-Based and Dynamic 3D-Printed Device That Enables Parallel in Vitro Pharmacokinetic Profiling of Molecules. Analytical Chemistry
Gross BC, Anderson KB, Meisel JE, et al. (2015) Polymer Coatings in 3D-Printed Fluidic Device Channels for Improved Cellular Adherence Prior to Electrical Lysis. Analytical Chemistry. 87: 6335-41
Liu Y, Chen C, Summers S, et al. (2015) C-peptide and zinc delivery to erythrocytes requires the presence of albumin: implications in diabetes explored with a 3D-printed fluidic device. Integrative Biology : Quantitative Biosciences From Nano to Macro. 7: 534-43
Selimovic A, Erkal JL, Spence DM, et al. (2014) Microfluidic device with tunable post arrays and integrated electrodes for studying cellular release. The Analyst. 139: 5686-94
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