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Mark Platt
Department of Chemistry
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Children as our technology design partners
A Druin, B Bederson, A Boltman, A Miura, D Knotts-Callahan, M Platt
The design of children’s technology 1, 51-72, 1999
3841999
Array-based evolution of DNA aptamers allows modelling of an explicit sequence-fitness landscape
CG Knight, M Platt, W Rowe, DC Wedge, F Khan, PJR Day, A McShea, ...
Nucleic acids research 37 (1), e6-e6, 2009
1372009
Resistive pulse sensing of analyte‐induced multicomponent rod aggregation using tunable pores
M Platt, GR Willmott, GU Lee
Small 8 (15), 2436-2444, 2012
1102012
Millimeter scale alignment of magnetic nanoparticle functionalized microtubules in magnetic fields
M Platt, G Muthukrishnan, WO Hancock, ME Williams
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (45), 15686-15687, 2005
1062005
Directing Transport of CoFe2O4‐Functionalized Microtubules with Magnetic Fields
BM Hutchins, M Platt, WO Hancock, ME Williams
small 3 (1), 126-131, 2007
992007
Rapid and accurate analysis of stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles with super resolution microscopy and live imaging
Z Nizamudeen, R Markus, R Lodge, C Parmenter, M Platt, L Chakrabarti, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1865 (12), 1891-1900, 2018
952018
Particle-by-particle charge analysis of DNA-modified nanoparticles using tunable resistive pulse sensing
ELCJ Blundell, R Vogel, M Platt
Langmuir 32 (4), 1082-1090, 2016
952016
Electrodeposition of palladium nanoparticles at the liquid–liquid interface using porous alumina templates
M Platt, RAW Dryfe, EPL Roberts
Electrochimica Acta 48 (20-22), 3037-3046, 2003
932003
Structural and electrochemical characterisation of Pt and Pd nanoparticles electrodeposited at the liquid/liquid interface
M Platt, RAW Dryfe, EPL Roberts
Electrochimica acta 49 (22-23), 3937-3945, 2004
872004
Emergence of tunable resistive pulse sensing as a biosensor
ELCJ Blundell, LJ Mayne, ER Billinge, M Platt
Analytical Methods 7 (17), 7055-7066, 2015
742015
The design and characterization of multifunctional aptamer nanopore sensors
L Mayne, CY Lin, SDR Christie, ZS Siwy, M Platt
ACS nano 12 (5), 4844-4852, 2018
732018
Analysis of a complete DNA–protein affinity landscape
W Rowe, M Platt, DC Wedge, PJ Day, DB Kell, J Knowles
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 7 (44), 397-408, 2010
722010
Characterisation of the protein corona using tunable resistive pulse sensing: determining the change and distribution of a particle’s surface charge
ELCJ Blundell, MJ Healey, E Holton, M Sivakumaran, S Manstana, M Platt
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 408, 5757-5768, 2016
692016
Increased recovery of group B Streptococcus by the inclusion of rectal culturing and enrichment
MW Platt, JC McLaughlin, GJ Gilson, MF Wellhoner, LJ Nims
Diagnostic microbiology and infectious disease 21 (2), 65-68, 1995
691995
Label-free electronic detection of interleukin-6 using horizontally aligned carbon nanotubes
H Chen, TK Choo, J Huang, Y Wang, Y Liu, M Platt, A Palaniappan, ...
Materials & Design 90, 852-857, 2016
662016
Monitoring aptamer–protein interactions using tunable resistive pulse sensing
ER Billinge, M Broom, M Platt
Analytical chemistry 86 (2), 1030-1037, 2014
612014
Controlled deposition of nanoparticles at the liquid–liquid interface
M Platt, RAW Dryfe, EPL Roberts
Chemical communications, 2324-2325, 2002
602002
Aptamer evolution for array-based diagnostics
M Platt, W Rowe, DC Wedge, DB Kell, J Knowles, PJR Day
Analytical biochemistry 390 (2), 203-205, 2009
582009
3D printed microfluidic device with integrated optical sensing for particle analysis
SM Hampson, W Rowe, SDR Christie, M Platt
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 256, 1030-1037, 2018
552018
Detection of matrilysin activity using polypeptide functionalized reduced graphene oxide field-effect transistor sensor
H Chen, P Chen, J Huang, R Selegard, M Platt, A Palaniappan, D Aili, ...
Analytical chemistry 88 (6), 2994-2998, 2016
492016
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