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A. Bardea and R. Naaman. Magnetolithography: From Bottom-Up Route to High Throughput. Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Volume 164, 2010, Chapter 1, Pages 1-27 A. Kumar Tatikondaa, A. Bardea, Y. Shai, A. Yoffe and R. Naaman Patterning Gradient Properties from Sub-Micrometers to Millimeters by Magnetolithography. Nano Letters, 10, 2262-2267 (2010). A. Bardea, A. Baram, A. Kumar Tatikondaa, and R. Naaman Magnetolithographic patterning of inner walls of a tube: A new dimension in micro fluidics and sequential microreactors. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131, 18260-18262 (2009). A. Bardea and R. Naaman. Submicrometer Chemical Patterning with high Throughput Using Magnetolithography. Langemiur, 25, 5451-5454 (2009). A. Bardea and R. Naaman Magnetolithography: From Bottom-Up Route to High Throughput. Small, 5, 316-319 (2009). Alfonta, A. Bardea, O. Khersonsky, E. Katz and I. Willner. Chronopotentiometry and Faradaic impedance spectroscopy as signal ransduction methods for the biocatalytic precipitation of an insoluble product on electrode supports: Routes for enzyme sensors, immunosensors and DNA-sensors. Biosens. Bioelectron., 16, 675-687 (2001). Was cited more than 60 times A. Bardea, E. Katz and I. Willner Biosensor with Amperometric Detection of Enzymatically Controlled pH-Changes. Electroanalysis, 12, 731-735 (2000). A. Bardea, E. Katz and I. Willner Probing Antigen-Antibody Interactions on Electrode Supports by the Biocatalyzed Precipitation of an Insoluble Product. Electroanalysis, 12, 1097-1106 (2000). Was cited more than 50 times F. Patolsky, E. Katz, A. Bardea and I. Willner Enzyme-Linked Amplified Electrochemical Sensing of Oligonucleotide-DNA Interactions by Means of Impedance Spectroscopy. Langmuir, 15, 3703-3706 (1999). Was cited more than 130 times A. Bardea, A. Dagan, I. Ben-Dov, B. Amit and I. Willner Amplified Microgravimetric Quartz-Crystal-Microbalance Analyses of Oligonucleotide Complexes: A Route to a Tay-Sachs Biosensor Device. Chem. Commun., 839-840 (1998). Was cited more than 60 times A. Bardea, F. Patolsky, A. Dagan and I. Willner Sensing and Amplification of Oligonucleotide-DNA Interactions by Means of Impedance Spectroscopy: A Route to a Tay-Sachs Sensor. Chem. Commun., 21-22 (1999). Was cited more than 70 times A. Bardea, A. Dagan and I. Willner Amplified Electronic Transduction of Oligonucleotide Interactions: Novel Routes for Tay-Sachs Biosensors. Anal. Chim. Acta, 385, 33-43 (1999). Was cited more than 30 times E. Katz, V. Heleg-Shabtai, A. Bardea, I.Willner, H.K. Rau and W. Haehnel Fully Integrated Biocatalytic Electrodes Based on Bioaffinity Interactions. Biosens. Bioelectron., 13, 741-756 (1998) Was cited more than 30 times A. Bardea, E. Katz, A.F. Bückmann and I. Willner NAD+-Dependent-Enzyme Electrodes: Electrical Contact of Cofactor-Dependent Enzymes and Electrodes. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 119, 9114-9119 (1997). Was cited more than 100 times I. Gozes, E. Giladi, A. Pinhasov, A. Bardea and D.E. Brenneman Activity-Dependent Neurotrophic Factor: Internasal Administration of Femtomolar-Acting Peptides improve performance in a water maze. J. Pharmacol and Exp. Therap , 293, 1191-1198 (2000). Was cited more than 60 times I. Gozes, A. Davidson, M. Bachar, A. Bardea, O. Perl, S. Rubinraut, M. Fridkin I.E. Giladi, and D.E. Brenneman Preventive Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. In Progress in Alzheimer and Parkinson’s Diseases, Chapter 89, 635-642, (1998). I. Gozes, M. Bachar, A. Bardea, A. Davidson, S. Rubinraut, M. and Fridkin Protection Against Developmental Deficiencies by a LipophilicVIP Analogue. Neurochemical Research., 23 (5), 689-693, (1998). E. Giladi, A. Davidson, M. Bachar, A. Bardea, S. Rubinraut, M. Fridkin, D. E. Brenneman, I. Gozes Protection against developmental and learning impairments in apolipoprotein E-deficient mice by activity-dependent femtomolar-acting peptides. NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS, 48, S19, (1997).
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