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  1. Self-assembly of organic monolayers as protective and conductive bridges for nanometric surface-mount applications.

    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2(9):2585 (2010) PMID 20804143

  2. Formation of ultrasmooth and highly stable copper surfaces through annealing and self-assembly of organic monolayers.

    Langmuir 26(1):191 (2010) PMID 19715329

    We show the potential values of highly stable and ultrasmooth polycrystalline bare Cu obtained by simple annealing and chemical modification for a wide range of Cu-based electronic devices. The morphological properties and oxidation behavior of annealed Cu surfaces, before and after coating by self-...
  3. Soft/elastic nanopatterned biointerfaces in the service of cell biology.

    Methods in Cell Biology 119:237 (2014) PMID 24439288

    Engineering of biomimetic interfaces has become a valuable tool for guiding cellular processes such as adhesion, spreading, motility, as well as proliferation, differentiation, and apoptosis. The interaction of cells with the extracellular matrix (ECM) or with other cells is involved in nearly every...
  4. Synthesis of nanostructured and biofunctionalized water-in-oil droplets as tools for homing T cells.

    Journal of the American Chemical Society 135(9):3339 (2013) PMID 23419177 PMCID PMC3806295

    We synthesized a new type of gold-linked surfactant and used a drop-based microfluidic device to develop and characterize novel nanostructured and specifically biofunctionalized droplets of water-in-oil emulsions as 3D APC analogues. Combining flexible biofunctionalization with the pliable physical...
  5. Oxidation of Polycrystalline Copper Thin Films at Ambient Conditions

    The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112(4):1101 (2008)