Sneha Maria
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Capillary flow-driven microfluidic device with wettability gradient and sedimentation effects for blood plasma separation
MS Maria, PE Rakesh, TS Chandra, AK Sen
Scientific Reports 7, 2017
272017
Amelioration of glucolipotoxicity-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress by a “chemical chaperone” in human THP-1 monocytes
R Lenin, MS Maria, M Agrawal, J Balasubramanyam, V Mohan, ...
Experimental diabetes research 2012, 2012
262012
Capillary flow of blood in a microchannel with differential wetting for blood plasma separation and on-chip glucose detection
MS Maria, PE Rakesh, TS Chandra, AK Sen
Biomicrofluidics 10 (5), 054108, 2016
182016
Development of a microfluidic device for cell concentration and blood cell-plasma separation
MS Maria, BS Kumar, TS Chandra, AK Sen
Biomedical microdevices 17 (6), 115, 2015
182015
Capillary flow-driven blood plasma separation and on-chip analyte detection in microfluidic devices
MS Maria, TS Chandra, AK Sen
Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 21 (4), 72, 2017
112017
IN SITU ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NANO-USNIC ACID FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
SM MARIAWILLIAM, AP FRANCIS, T DEVASENA
2013
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL Capillary flow-driven microfluidic device with wettability gradient and sedimentation effects for blood plasma separation
MS Maria, PE Rakesh, TS Chandra, AK Sen
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