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15.    Kovarik, M.L., Ornoff, D.M., Melvin, A.T., Dobes, N.C., Wang, Y., Dickinson, A.J., Gach, P.C., Shah, P.K., and Allbritton, N.L., “Micro Total Analysis Systems: Fundamental Advances and Applications in the Laboratory, Clinic, and Field,” Analytical Chemistry2013, DOI: 10.1021/ac3031543. [link] 

14.    Kovarik, M.L., Gach, P.C., Ornoff, D.M., Wang, Y., Balowski, J., Farrag, L., and Allbritton, N.L., “Micro Total Analysis Systems for Cell Biology and Biochemical Analysis,” Analytical Chemistry, 2012, 84, 516-540. [link]

13.    Kovarik, M.L., Lai, H.-H., Xiong, J.C., and Allbritton, N.L. “Sample transport and electrokinetic injection in a microchip device for chemical cytometry,” Electrophoresis, 2011, 32, 3180-3187. [link]

12.    Kovarik, M.L. and Allbritton, N.L. “Measuring enzyme activity in single cells,” Trends in Biotechnology, 2011, 29, 222-230. [link]

11.    Kovarik, M.L., Brown, P.J.B., Kysela, D.T., Berne, C., Kinsella, A.C., Brun, Y.V., and Jacobson, S.C. “A microchannel-nanopore device for bacterial chemotaxis assays,” Analytical Chemistry, 2010, 82, 9357–9364. [link]

10.    Kovarik, M.L., Zhou, K.,* and Jacobson, S.C. “Effect of conical nanopore diameter on ion current rectification,” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2009, 113, 15960-15966. [link]

9.      Kovarik, M.L. and Jacobson, S.C. “Nanofluidics in lab-on-a-chip devices,” Analytical Chemistry, 2009, 81, 7133-7140. [link]

8.      Zhou, K., Kovarik, M.L., and Jacobson, S.C. “Surface-charge-induced ion depletion and sample stacking near single nanopores in microfluidic devices,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2008, 130, 8614-8616. [link]

7.      Kovarik, M.L. and Jacobson, S.C. “Integrated nanopore/microchannel devices for ac electrokinetic trapping of particles,” Analytical Chemistry, 2008, 80, 657-664. [link]

6.      Kovarik, M.L. and Jacobson, S.C. “Attoliter-scale dispensing in nanofluidic channels,” Analytical Chemistry, 2007, 79, 1655-1660. [link]

5.      Zhu, D., Mu, Z., Mooty, C., Kovarik, M., and Jay, M. “Suspensions of fluor-containing nanoparticles for quantifying β-emitting radionuclides in non-hazardous media,” Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 2006, Sept/Oct, 76-82. [link]

4.      Kovarik, M.L. and Jacobson, S.C., “Fabrication of three-dimensional micro- and nanoscale features with single-exposure photolithography,” Analytical Chemistry, 2006, 78, 5214-5217. [link]

3.      Kovarik, M.L., Li, M.W., and Martin, R.S., “Integration of a carbon microelectrode with a fabricated palladium decoupler for use in microchip capillary electrophoresis/electrochemistry,” Electrophoresis, 2005, 26, 202-210. [link]

2.      Spence, D.M., Torrence, N.J., Kovarik, M.L., and Martin, R.S., “Amperometric determination of nitric oxide derived from pulmonary artery endothelial cells immobilized in a microchip channel,” Analyst, 2004, 995-1000. [link]

1.      Kovarik, M.L., Torrence, N.J., Spence, D.M., and Martin, R.S., “Fabrication of carbon microelectrodes with a micromolding technique and their use in microchip-based flow analyses,” Analyst, 2004, 400-405. [link]

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