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Characterization of the first in-plane mode of AlN-actuated microcantilevers. SPIE Microtechnologies 80661G–80661G (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2011).
Complementary TEM and AFM force spectroscopy to characterize the nanomechanical properties of nanoparticle chain aggregates. Nano letters 4, 2287–2292 (2004).
Local inverse photoemission with the scanning tunneling microscope. Surface Science 211, 156–164 (1989).
Low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy. Physica B: Condensed Matter 197, 64–71 (1994).
Unoccupied electronic states of graphite as probed by inverse-photoemission and tunneling spectroscopy. Physical Review B 33, 5770 (1986).
Field emission scanning Auger microscope (FESAM). Surface Science 189, 36–43 (1987).
Imaging Interferometry for Investigation of Mechanics of Multiple Cells in a Large Field of View. Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging DMB3 (Optical Society of America, 2008).
Applications of imaging interferometry. SPIE Optics+ Photonics 629301–629301 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2006).
Observation of nanoscale dynamics in cantilever sensor arrays. Nanotechnology 17, 3873 (2006).
Cells in motion: live cell interferometry (LCI). ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 241, (AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, 2011).
Interferometric profiling of microcantilevers in liquid. Optics and Lasers in Engineering 47, 217–222 (2009).
Identifying individual DNA species in a complex mixture by precisely measuring the spacing between nicking restriction enzymes with atomic force microscope. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 9, 2341–2350 (2012).
High throughput cell nanomechanics with mechanical imaging interferometry. Nanotechnology 19, 235101 (2008).
Mechanical interferometry of nanoscale motion and local mechanical properties of living zebrafish embryos. ACS nano 3, 2090–2094 (2009).
In situ mechanical interferometry of matrigel films. Langmuir 25, 36–39 (2008).
Atomic force microscope observation of branching in single transcript molecules derived from human cardiac muscle. Nanotechnology 19, 384021 (2008).
Immunological Biosensors. The Immunoassay Handbook: Theory and applications of ligand binding, ELISA and related techniques 203 (2013).
Live cell interferometry reveals cellular dynamism during force propagation. ACS nano 2, 841–846 (2008).
Rapid, massively parallel single-cell drug response measurements via live cell interferometry. Biophysical journal 101, 1025–1031 (2011).
Single molecule transcription profiling with AFM. Nanotechnology 18, 044032 (2007).
Measuring the Strength of Single Crystal and Polycrystalline Graphene. Bulletin of the American Physical Society (2014).
Atomic-scale characterization of graphene grown on copper (100) single crystals. Journal of the American Chemical Society 133, 12536–12543 (2011).
Measurement of the intrinsic strength of crystalline and polycrystalline graphene. Nature communications 4, (2013).
Understanding graphene growth on copper substrates. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 243, (AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, 2012).
A low noise all-fiber interferometer for high resolution frequency modulated atomic force microscopy imaging in liquids. Review of Scientific Instruments 81, 023703 (2010).
Continuity of graphene on polycrystalline copper. Nano letters 11, 251–256 (2010).
Nanomechanical Analysis of Urothelial Cells as a Marker for Bladder Cancer. CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY 117, 369–370 (JOHN WILEY & SONS INC 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA, 2009).
Cellular nanomechanics measured by atomic force microscope as a marker for malignancy in patient body fluid samples. CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY 111, 437–437 (JOHN WILEY & SONS INC 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA, 2007).
Mechanical Interferometry of Nanoscale Motion and Local Mechanical Properties of Living Zebrafish Embryos. American Chemical Society Nano (2009).