2011

Journal Publications top

Wong T.-S., Chen T.-H.,  Shen X., and Ho C.M., “Nanochromatography Driven by the coffee Ring Effect,“ Analytical Chemistry, vol. 83, pp. 1871–1873, 2011.

Valamehr, B., Tsutsui, H., Ho, C.M., and Wu, H., “Developing Defined Culture Systems for Human Pluripotent Stem Cells,” Regenerative Medicine, Vol. 6, pp. 623-634, 2011.

Tsutsui, H., Valamehr, B., Hindoyan, A., Qiao, R., Ding, X., Guo, S., Witte, O.N., Liu, X., Ho, C.M., and Wu, H., “An Optimized Small Molecule Inhibitor Cocktail Supports Long-term Maintenance of Human Embryonic Stem Cells,” Nature Communications, 2:167, DOI:10.1038/ncomms1165, 2011.

Wu, Chunsheng, Lillehoj, P.B., Sabet, L., Wang, P. and Ho, C.M., “Ultrasonication on a microfluidic chip to lyse single and multiple Pseudo-nitzschia for marine biotoxin analysis“, Biotechnology Journal, 5(2): 150-155, 2011.

Al-Shyoukh, I., Yu, F., Feng, J., Yan, K., Dubinett, S., Ho, C. M., Shamma, J.S. and Sun R., “Systematic quantitative characterization of cellular responses induced by multiple signals“, BMC Systems Biology, Vol. 5, pp. 88, 2011.

Yu, F., Al-Shyoukh, I., Feng, J., Li, X., Liao, C.W., Ho, C.M., Shamma, J.S., Sun R., “Control of Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus Reactivation Induced by Multiple Signals”, Plos ONE, Vol. 6, Issue 6, pp. 1-13, 2011.

Lee, J., Newbern, S., Tai, Y.C., Ho, C.M., and Huang, P.H., “Flight demonstrations of micro-actuator controlled delta wing”, Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 83, Issue 5, pp. 324-331, 2011.

Haulot. G. and Ho, C.M.,“Optoelectronic Heating for Fabricating Microfluidic Circuitry”, Advances in OptoElectronics, Volume 2011, Article ID 237026, doi:10.1155/2011/237026, 2011.

Wei, F., Bai, B., and Ho, C. M., “Rapidly optimizing an aptamer based BoNT sensor by feedback system control (FSC) scheme”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 30, pp. 174-179, 2011.

Peter Lillehoj and Chih-Ming Ho receive a grant for Grand Challenges in Global Health from the Gates Foundation (12/16/2010)

Peter Lillehoj and Chih-Ming Ho have been awarded a $100,000 Grand Challenges Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for innovative global health research to develop a SIM-card based biosensor. The goal of the foundation’s Grand Challenges Explorations initiative is to help scientists around the world explore bold and unproven ways to improve health in developing countries.

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