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2010 | Back to top

 

237. Using in vivo electrochemistry to study the physiological effects of cocaine and other stimulants on the Drosophila melanogaster dopamine transporter, M.A. Makos, Y-C Kim, K-A Han, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, ACS Chem. Neurosci. (2010), in press. [ACS]

 

236. Probing Exocytosis at Single Cells using Electrochemistry, Y. Dong, M. L. Heien, M. E. Kurczy, A. G. Ewing, in Chemical Cytometry: Ultrasensitive Analysis of Single Cells, C. Lu, Ed., Wiley-VCH, in press (2010). [Wiley]

 

235. Lipid Detection, Identification, and Imaging Single Cells with SIMS, M. L. Heien, P. D. Piehowski, N. Winograd, A. G. Ewing, in Mass Spectrometric Imaging: History, Fundamentals, and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology Series, S. Rubakhin, J. Sweedler, eds., in press. [Humana Press]

 

2009 | Back to top

 

234. Chemical measurements in Drosophila, M.A. Makos, N.J. Kuklinski, E.C. Berglund, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, TrAC Trends Anal. Chem. (2009), in press. [ScienceDirect]

 

233. Temporal analysis of protozoan lysis in a microfluidic device, M.F. Santillo, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, Lab Chip (2009), 9, 2796-2802. [RSC]

 

232. Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Subcellular Lipid Heterogeneity: Poisson Counting and Spatial Resolution, P.D. Piehowski, A.M. Davey, M.E. Kurczy, E.D. Sheets, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, M.L. Heien, Anal. Chem.(2009), 81, 5593-5602. [ACS]

 

231. Quantitative chemical analysis of single cells, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, in Micro and Nano Technologies in Bioanalysis, Methods in Molecular Biology Series, R.S. Foote and J.W. Lee eds., 544, 153-162. [Humana Press]

 

230. Hybrid Capillary-Microfluidic Device for the Separation, Lysis, and Electrochemical Detection of Vesicles, D.M Omiatek, M.F. Santillo, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem. (2009), 81, 2294-2302. [ACS]

 

229. Inhibition of HMGCoA Reductase Reveals An Unexpected Role for Cholesterol During PGC Migration in the Mouse, J. Ding, D. Jiang, M. Kurczy, J. Nalepka, B. Dudley, E.I. Merkel, F.D. Porter, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, J. Burgess, K. Molyneaux, BMC Dev. Biol. 8, 120. [BioMed Central]

 

228. In Vivo Electrochemical Measurements of Exogenously Applied Dopamine in Drosophila melanogaster, M.A. Makos, Y-C Kim, K-A Han, M.L. Heien, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem. 81 (2009), 1848-1854. [ACS]

 

2008 | Back to top

 

227. Relative Quantification of Cellular Sections with Molecular Depth Profiling ToF-SIMS Imaging, M.E. Kurczy, J. Kozole, S.A. Parry, P.D. Piehowski, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Appl. Surf. Sci., 255 (2008), 1158-1161. [ScienceDirect]

 

226. Investigating Lipid-Lipid and Lipid-Protein Interactions in Model Membranes by TOF-SIMS, L. Zheng, C.M. McQuaw, M.J. Baker, N.P. Lockyer, J.C. Vickerman, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Appl. Surf. Sci., 255 (2008), 1190-1192. [ScienceDirect]

 

225. Which is more important in bioimaging SIMS experiments - the sample preparation or the nature of the projectile?, M.E. Kurczy, P.D. Piehowski, S.A. Parry, M. Jiang, G. Chen, A.G. Ewing and N. Winograd, Appl. Surf. Sci., 255 (2008), 1298-1304. [ScienceDirect]

 

224. Amperometric Measurements of Catecholamine Release from Single Vesicles in MN9D cells, Y. Dong, M.L. Heien, M.M. Maxson, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurochem. 107 (2008), 1589-1595. [Wiley InterScience]

 

223. MS/MS Methodology To Improve Subcellular Mapping of Cholesterol Using TOF-SIMS, P.D. Piehowski, A.J. Carado, M.E. Kurczy, S.G. Ostrowski, M.L. Heien, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem. 80 (2008), 8662-8667. [ACS]

 

222. Freeze-Etching and Vapor Matrix Deposition for ToF-SIMS Imaging of Single Cells, P.D. Piehowski, M.E. Kurczy, D. Willingham, S. Parry, M. Heien, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Langmuir 80 (2008), 7906-7911. [ACS]

 

221. In-vitro Electrochemistry of Biological Systems, K.L. Adams, M. Puchades, A.G. Ewing, Ann. Rev. Anal. Chem. 1 (2008), 329-355. [Annual Reviews]

 

220.  Short-chain alcohols promote accelerated membrane distention in a dynamic liposome model of exocytosis, N.J. Wittenberg, L. Zheng, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Langmuir 24 (2008), 2637-2642. [ACS]

 

219.  Spatially and temporally resolved single-cell exocytosis utilizing individually addressable carbon microelectrode arrays, B. Zhang, K.L. Adams, S.J. Luber, D.J. Eves, M.L. Heien, A. G. Ewing, Anal. Chem. 80 (2008), 1394-1400 [ACS] [Anal. Chem. news article]

 

218.  The PC12 cell as a Model for Neurosecretion, R.H.S. Westerink and A.G. Ewing, Acta Physiologica 192 (2008), 273-285. [Wiley InterScience]

 

217.  Capillary Electrophoresis for the Analysis of Single Cells: Sampling, Detection, and Applications, I.G. Arcibal, M.F. Santillo, A.G. Ewing, in Handbook of Capillary and Microchip Electrophoresis and Associated Microtechniques, Third Edition, J.P. Landers, ed., CRC, Boca Raton,FL (2008). [WorldCat]

 

2007 | Back to top

 

216.  Sphingomyelin/Phosphatidylcholine and Cholesterol Interactions Studied by Imaging Mass Spectrometry, L. Zheng, C. M. McQuaw, A. G. Ewing, N. Winograd,  Journal of American Chemical Society 129 (2007), 15730-15731 [ACS]

 

215. High Osmolarity and L-DOPA augment release via the fusion pore in PC12 Cells, L.A. Sombers, N.J. Wittenberg, M.M. Maxson, K.L. Adams, A.G. Ewing, ChemPhysChem, 8 (2007), 2471-2477. [Wiley InterScience]

 

214.  Flow Characterization of a Microfluidic Device to Selectively and Reliably Apply Reagents to a Cellular Network, M.F. Santillo, I.G. Arcibal, A.G. Ewing, Lab on a Chip, 7 (2007), 1212-1215. [RSC]

 

213.  Multicore Vesicles: Hyperosmolarity and L-DOPA Induce Homotypic Fusion of Dense Core Vesicles, L.A. Sombers, M.M. Maxson, A.G. Ewing, Cell. Molec. Neurobiol., 27 (2007), 681-685. [SpringerLink]

 

212.  SIMS Imaging of Cholesterol in Membranes of Fluorescently Identified Single Cells, S.G. Ostrowski, M.E. Kurczy, T.P. Roddy, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 79 (2007), 3554-5360. [ACS]

 

211.  Localization of Sphingomyelin in Cholesterol Domains by Imaging Mass Spectrometry, C.M. McQuaw, L. Zheng, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Langmuir, 23 (2007), 5645-5650. [ACS]

 

210.  Electrochemistry Inside and Outside Single Nerve Cells, D.J. Eves, A.G. Ewing, in New frontiers in ultrasensitive bioanalysis: nanobiotechnology, single molecule detection, and single cell analysis, Xiaochong Nancy Xu Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ (2007).  [WorldCat]

 

209.  Phospholipid Mediated Plasticity in Exocytosis Observed in PC12 Cells, Y. Uchiyama, M.M. Maxson, T. Sawada, A. Nakano, A.G. Ewing, Brain Research, 1151 (2007), 46-54. [ScienceDirect]

 

208.  Electrochemistry in and at Single Biological Cells, N. Wittenberg, A.G. Ewing, in Handbook of Electrochemistry, C. Zoski, ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam (2007). [Elsevier]

 

207.  Electrochemistry at the Cell Membrane/Solution Interface, N. Wittenberg, M. Maxson, D. Eves, A.-S. Cans, A.G. Ewing, in Electrochemical Methods for Neuroscience, A.M. Michael and L.M. Borland, eds., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (2007). [PubMed] [WorldCat]

 

206.  Recent Advances in Capillary Electrophoretic Analysis of Individual Cells, I.G. Arcibal, M.F. Santillo, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 387 (2007), 51-57. [SpringerLink]

 

2006 | Back to top

 

205.  Single-Cell Level Mass Spectrometric Imaging, S.G. Ostrowski, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, in The Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, J. Schwarz, C. Contescu, and K. Putyera, eds., Taylor and Francis, New York (2006). [Taylor and Francis]

 

204.  Chemical Analysis in Nanoscale Surfactant Networks, R. Karlsson, A. Karlsson, A. Ewing, P. Dommersnes, J.-F. Joanny, A. Jesorka, O. Orwar, Anal. Chem. 78 (2006) 5960-5968. [ACS]

 

203.  Investigating Lipid Interactions and the Process of Raft Formation in Cellular Membranes Using ToF-SIMS, C.M. McQuaw, A.G. Sostarecz, L. Zheng, A.G. Ewing , N. Winograd, Applied Surf. Sci., 252 (2006) 6716-6718. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

202.   Molecule Specific Imaging in Biology: What are the Challenges and the Important Applications?, A.G. Ewing, Applied Surf. Sci., 252 (2006) 6821-6826. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

201.  Separations in Multiple-Channel Microchips, T.L. Paxon, A.G. Ewing, Advances in Chromatography, 44 (2006) 1-44. [WorldCat]

 

2005-2000 | Back to top

 

200. Using Amperometry to Study Neuronal Models, M.M. Maxson, A.G. Ewing, in Encyclopedia of Sensors, Vol. 10, C.A. Grimes, E.C. Dickey, M.V. Pishko, eds., American Scientific Publishers, Los Angeles, 423-432 (2005). [WorldCat]

 

199.  Characterization of Etched Electrochemical Detection for Electrophoresis in Micron Inner Diameter Capillaries, P.R. Powell, L.A. Woods, A.G. Ewing, J. Separation Science, 28 (18) (2005) 2540-2545. [Wiley InterScience]

 

198.  High Throughput Enzyme Assay on a Multi-Channel Microchip using Optically Gated Sample Introduction, H. Xu, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 26 (24) (2005) 4711-4717. [Wiley InterScience]

 

197.  Analysis of Mammalian Cell Cytoplasm with Electrophoresis in Nanometer Inner Diameter Capillaries, L.A. Woods, P.R. Powell, T.L. Paxon, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 17 (2005) 1192-1197. [Wiley InterScience]

 

196.  Analysis of Biogenic Amine Variability Among Individual Fly Heads with Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography-Electrochemical Detection, P.R. Powell, T.L. Paxon, K.-A. Han, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 77 (2005) 6902-6908. [ACS]

 

195.  Microcolumn Separation of Amine Metabolites in the Fruit Fly, T.L. Paxon, P.R. Powell, H.-G. Lee, K.-A. Han, and A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 77 (2005) 5349-5355. [ACS]

 

194.  SIMS Imaging of Lipids in Picoliter Vials with a Buckminsterfullerene Ion Source, S.G. Ostrowski, C. Szakal, J. Kozole, T.P. Roddy, J. Xu, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Anal. Chem., 77 (2005) 6190-6196. [ACS]

 

193.  Correlation Between Vesicle Quantal Size and Fusion Pore Release in Chromaffin Cell Exocytosis, C. Amatore, S. Arbault, I. Bonifas, Y. Bouret, M. Erard, L.A. Sombers, A.G. Ewing, Biophysical Journal, 88 (2005) 4411-4420. [Biophysical Society]

 

192.  Recent Advances in the Application of Capillary Electrophoresis to Neuroscience, P.R. Powell, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 382 (2005) 581-591. [SpringerLink]

 

191.  Loaded Dopamine is Preferentially Stored in the Halo Portion of PC12 Cell Dense Core Vesicles, L.A. Sombers, M.M. Maxson, A.G. Ewing, J. of Neurochemistry, 93 (2005) 1122-1131. [Wiley InterScience]

 

190.  Lateral Heterogeneity of Dipalmitoylphosphatidylethanolamine-Cholesterol Langmuir-Blodgett Films Investigated with Imaging Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry and Atomic Force Microscopy, C.M. McQuaw, A.G. Sostarecz, L. Zheng, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Langmuir, 21 (2005) 807-813. [ACS]

 

189.  Electrically Assisted Sampling Across Membranes With Electrophoresis in Nanometer Inner Diameter Capillaries, L.A. Woods, P.U. Gandhi, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 77 (2005) 1819-1823. [ACS]

 

188.  The Modulation of Vesicular Volume and its Effects on Neurotransmitter Secretion Through the Fusion Pore in PC12 Cells, L.A. Sombers, H.J. Hanchar, T.L. Colliver, N.J. Wittenberg, A.-S. Cans, S. Arbault, C. Amatore and A.G. Ewing, in Cell Biology of the Chromaffin Cell, R. Borges, L. Gandia, eds., Instituto Teófilo Hernando. Gabinete de publicaciones, La Laguna and Madrid (Spain), (2004) 43-46. [ISCCB]

 

187.  Continuous Monitoring of Enzyme Reactions on a Microchip:  Application to Catalytic RNA Self-Cleavage, T.L. Paxon, T.S. Brown, H.N. Lin, S.J. Brancato, E.S. Roddy, P.C. Bevilacqua, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 76 (2004) 6921-6927. [ACS] [Anal. Chem. news article]

 

186.  Phosphatidylethanolamine Induced Cholesterol Domains Chemically Identified with Mass Spectrometric Imaging, A.G. Sostarecz, C.M. McQuaw, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, J. of Am. Chem. Soc., 126 (2004) 13882-13883. [ACS]

 

185.  Mass Spectrometric Imaging of Highly Curved Membranes During Tetrahymena Mating, S.G. Ostrowski, C.T. VanBell, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Science, 305 (2004) 71-73. [Science]

 

184.  Influence of Molecular Environment on the Analysis of Phospholipids by Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, A.G. Sostarecz, D.M. Cannon, Jr., C. McQuaw, S. Sun, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Langmuir, 20 (2004) 4926-4932. [ACS]

 

183.  Capillary Electrophoresis of Single Mammalian Cells, L.A. Woods, T.P. Roddy, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 25, (2004) 1181-1187. [Wiley InterScience]

 

182.  A Rapid Enzyme Assay for β-Galactosidase using Optically Gated Sample Introduction on a Microfabricated Chip, H. Xu, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 378, (2004) 1710-1715. [SpringerLink]

 

181.  ToF-SIMS Imaging with Cluster Ion Beams, J. Xu, S. Ostrowski, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Applied Surface Science, 231-232 (2004) 159-163. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

180.  Sample Introduction Techniques for Microfabricated Separation Devices, E.S. Roddy, H. Xu, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 25 (2004) 229-242. [Wiley InterScience]

 

179.  Improving Resolution for Channel-Format Chip-Based Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Array Detection, S.W. Suljak, L.A. Thompson, A.G. Ewing, J. of Separation Science, 27 (2004) 13-20. [Wiley InterScience]

 

178.  The Effects of Vesicular Volume on Secretion through the Fusion Pore in Exocytotic Release from PC12 Cells, L.A. Sombers, H.J. Hanchar, T.L. Colliver, N. Wittenberg, A.-S. Cans, S. Arbault, C. Amatore, A.G. Ewing, J. of Neuroscience, 24 (2) (2004) 303-309. [J Neurosci]

 

177.  Parallel Separations of Oligonucleotides with Optically Gated Sample Introduction on Multi-Channel Microchips, H. Xu, E.S. Roddy, T.P. Roddy, J.A. Lapos, A.G. Ewing, J. of Separation Science, 27 (2004) 7-12. [Wiley InterScience]

 

176.  Analysis of the Stability of Amino Acids Derivatized with Naphthalene-2,3-Dicarboxaldehyde Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry, D.P. Manica, J.A. Lapos, A.D. Jones, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Biochem., 322  (2003) 68-78. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

175.  Seven cDNAs Enriched Following Hippocampal Lesion:  Possible Roles in Neuronal Responses to Injury, M. Price, M.G. Lang, A.T. Frank, M.P. Goetting-Minesky, S.P. Patel, M.L. Silviera, J.K. Krady, R.J. Milner, A.G. Ewing, J.R. Day, Molecular Brain Research, 117 (2003) 58-67. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

174.  Amperometric Detection of Exocytosis in an Artificial Synapse, A.-S.Cans, N. Wittenberg, D. Eves, R. Karlsson, A. Karlsson, O. Orwar, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 75 (2003) 4168-4175. [ACS] [Anal. Chem. A-Pages news article]

 

173.  Continuous Monitoring of a Restriction Enzyme Digest of DNA on a microchip with Automated Capillary Sample Introduction, E.S. Roddy, M. Price, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 75 (2003) 3704-3711. [ACS]

172.  Characterization of Electrode Fouling and Surface Regeneration for a Platinum Electrode on an Electrophoresis Microchip, D.P. Manica, Y. Mitsumori, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 75 (2003) 4572-4577. [ACS]

 

171.  Analysis of Single Mammalian Cells with Capillary Electrophoresis, L.A. Woods, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 376 (2003) 281-283.  [SpringerLink]

170.  Proton Transfer in ToF-SIMS Studies of Frozen-Hydrated Diplamitoylphosphatidylcholine, T.P. Roddy, D.M. Cannon, Jr., S.G. Ostrowski, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Anal. Chem., 75 (2003) 4087-4094. [ACS]

 

169.  Etched Electrochemical Detection for Electrophoresis in Nanometer Inner Diameter Capillaries, L.A. Woods, A.G. Ewing, Chemphyschem., 4 (2003) 207-211. [Wiley InterScience]

 

168.  Artificial Cells: Unique Insights Into Exocytosis using Liposomes and Lipid Nanotubes, A.-S. Cans, N. Wittenberg, R. Karlsson, L. Sombers, M. Karlsson, O. Orwar, A.G. Ewing, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 100 (2003) 400-404. [PNAS]

 

167.  Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography - Electrochemical Detection for Analysis of Biogenic Amines in Drosophila melanogaster, P.J. Ream, S.W. Suljak, A.G. Ewing, K.-A. Han, Anal. Chem., 75 (2003) 3972-3978. [ACS]

 

166.  Analysis of Chemical Processes at Single Bovine Adrenergic Chromaffin Cells with Micellar Electrokinetic Capillary Chromatography and Electrochemical Detection, S.W. Suljak, F.D. Swanek, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, J. Separation Science, 26 (2003) 61-68. [Wiley InterScience]

 

165.  Rapid Serial Analysis of Multiple Oligonucleotide Samples on a Microchip Using Optically-Gated Injection, E.S. Roddy, J.A. Lapos, A.G. Ewing, J. of Chromatography A, 1004 (2003) 217-224. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

164.  Electrochemical Monitoring of Exocytosis from Individual PC12 Cells in Culture, L.A. Sombers, A.G. Ewing, in Electrochemical Methods for Biological Materials, A. Brajter-Toth, J.Q. Chambers eds., Marcell Dekker, New York, (2002). [WorldCat]

 

163.  Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Membrane Lipids in Cryogenically Preserved Single Cells, T.P. Roddy, D.M. Cannon, Jr., S.G. Ostrowski, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Proceedings of the 50th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June, 2002.

 

162.  Prototyping Disposable Electrophoresis Microchips with Electrochemical Detection using Rapid Marker Masking and Laminar Flow Etching, D.P. Manica and A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 23 (2002) 3735-3743. [Wiley InterScience]

161.  Parallel Analysis with Optically Gated Sample Introduction on a Multichannel Microchip, H. Xu, T.P. Roddy, J.A. Lapos, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 74 (2002) 5517-5522. [ACS]

 

160.  Identification of Cellular Sections with Imaging Mass Spectrometry Following Freeze Fracture, T.P. Roddy, D.M. Cannon, Jr., S.G. Ostrowski, N. Winograd, A. G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 74 (2002), 4020-4026. [ACS]

 

159.  Imaging of Freeze-Fractured Cells with in Situ Fluorescence and Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, T.P. Roddy, D.M. Cannon, Jr., C.A. Meserole, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Anal Chem., 74 (2002), 4011-4019. [ACS]

158.  Dual Fluorescence and Electrochemical Detection on an Electrophoresis Microchip, J.A. Lapos, D.P. Manica, A.G., Anal Chem., 74 (2002) 3348-3353. [ACS]

 

157.  Differentiated PC12 Cells:  A Better Model System for the Study of the VMAT’s Effects on Neuronal Communication, L.A. Sombers, T.L. Colliver, A.G. Ewing, Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, 971 (2002) 86-88. [PubMed]

156.  Moving-Wall-Driven Flows in Nanofluidic Systems, R. Karlsson, M. Karlsson, A. Karlsson, A.-S. Cans, J. Bergenholtz, B. Akerman, A.G. Ewing, M. Voinova, O. Orwar, Langmuir, 18 (2002) 4186-4190. [ACS]

 

155.  Dual Electrochemical and Optical Detection on a Microfabricated Electrophoresis Chip, D.P. Manica, J.A. Lapos, A.D. Jones, A.G. Ewing, in Micro Total Analysis Systems 2001, Proceedings of the µTAS 2001 Symposium, Monterey, CA, Oct 21-25, 2001; J.M. Ramsey, van den Berg, A., Eds.; Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, The Netherlands, (2001) 262-264. [WorldCat]

154.  Electrophoretic Separations-Based Sensors, J.A. Lapos, A.G. Ewing, in A Century of Separation Science, H.J. Issaq, ed., Marcel Dekker, New York (2002) 483-503. [WorldCat]

 

153.  Measurement of the Dynamics of Exocytosis and Vesicle Retrieval at Cell Populations Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance, A.-S Cans, F. Hook, O. Shupliakov, A.G. Ewing, P. Eriksson, L. Brodin and O. Orwar, Anal. Chem., 73 (2001) 5805-5811. [ACS]

 

152.  Electrophoresis in Nanometer Inner Diameter Capillaries with Electrochemical Detection, L.A. Woods, T.P. Roddy, T.L. Paxon, A.G. Ewing, Anal Chem., 73 (2001) 3687-3690. [ACS]

 

151.  SIMS Analysis of Biological Systems, J.I. Berry, A.G. Ewing and N. Winograd, in ToF-SIMS: Surface Analysis by Mass Spectrometry, J.C. Vickerman and D. Briggs, eds., (2001) 595-626. [WorldCat]

 

150.  Amperometric Analysis of Exocytosis at Chromaffin Cells from Genetically Distinct Mice, T.L. Colliver, E.J. Hess, A.G. Ewing, J. of Neurosci. Methods, 105 (2001) 95-103. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

 

149.  DNA Separations in Microfabricated Devices with Automated Capillary Sample Introduction, E.M. Smith, H. W. Xu, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 22 (2001) 363-370. [Wiley InterScience]

148.  Interfacing Capillaries to Microseparation Devices for Sample Introduction, S. Suljak, A.G. Ewing, in Integrated microfabricated biodevices: advanced technologies for genomics, drug discovery, bioanalysis, and clinical diagnostics, M. J. Heller & A Guttman eds., Marcell Dekker, New York, (2002). [WorldCat]

 

147.  Injection of Fluorescently Labeled Analytes into Microfabricated Chips Using Optically Gated Electrophoresis, J.A. Lapos, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 72 (2000) 4598-4602. [ACS]

146.  Continuous Electrophoretic Separation in Narrow Channels with Post-Channel Derivatization and Laser-Induced Fluorescence Detection, C.E. MacTaylor, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Separations, 12 (2000) 279-284. [Wiley InterScience]

145.  Electrochemical Detection of Neurotransmitters, T. Colliver, A.G. Ewing, in Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, R. A. Meyers, ed. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., UK, (2000), Vol. 11, 9958-9983. [WorldCat]

 

144.  VMAT Mediated Changes in Quantal Size and Vesicular Volume, T.L. Colliver, S.J. Pyott, M.A. Achalabun, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci., 20 (2000) 5276-5282. [PubMed]

143.  Quantitative Chemical Analysis of Single Cells, D.M. Cannon, Jr., N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, Ann. Rev. Biophys. Biomol. Struct., 29 (2000) 239-263. [Annual Reviews]

142.  Quantitative and Statistical Analysis of the Shape of Amperometric Spikes Recorded from Two Popuations of Cells, T.L. Colliver, E.J. Hess, E.N. Pothos, D. Sulzer, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurochem., 74 (2000) 1086-1097. [Wiley InterScience]

141.  Molecule Specific Imaging of Freeze-Fractured Frozen-Hydrated Model Membrane Systems Using Mass Spectrometry, D.M. Cannon, Jr., M.L. Pacholski, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122 (2000) 603-610. [ACS]

140.  DNA Separations from Nanovials, P. Beyer Hietpas, A.G. Ewing, J. Liq. Chrom., 23 (2000) 15-24. [Taylor and Francis]

 

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139.  Lipid-Specific Imaging of Membrane Dynamics Using Mass Spectrometry, D.M. Cannon,  Jr., M.L. Pacholski, T.P. Roddy, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS XII), eds. A. Benninghoven., P.Bertrand, H-N Migeona and H.W. Werner, Elsevier, Netherlands (1999) 931-934.

138.  Spatially Resolved Detection of Attomole Quantities of Organic Molecules Localized in Picoliter Vials Using Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, R.M. Braun, A. Beyder, J. Xu, M. C. Wood, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Anal. Chem., 71 (1999) 3318-3324. [ACS]

137.  Separations of DNA Fragments with a Coated 25-um Capillary Coupled to a 25-um High Open Channel, D.R. Bibeau, K.B. Smith, E.M. Smith, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sep., 11 (1999) 567-575. [Wiley InterScience]

136.  Calculation of Transmitter Concentration in Individual PC12 Cell Vesicles with Electrochemical Data and a Distribution of Vesicle Size Obtained by Electron Microscopy, B.B. Anderson, S.E. Zerby, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci. Methods, 88 (1999) 163-170. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

135.  Demonstration of Two Distributions of Vesicle Radius in the Dopamine Neuron of Planorbis corneus from Electrochemical Data, B.B. Anderson, G. Chen, D.A. Gutman, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci. Methods, 88 (1999) 153-161. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

134.  Ultrasmall Enzyme Electrodes with Response Time Less than 100 Milliseconds, J.B. Meyerhoff, M.A. Ewing, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 11 (1999) 308-312. [Wiley InterScience]

133.  Imaging Exposed Headgroups and Tailgroups of Phospholipid Membranes by Mass Spectrometry, M.L. Pacholski, D.M. Cannon, Jr., A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 121 (1999) 4716-4717. [ACS]

132.  Chemical Profiles and Monitoring Dynamics at an Individual Nerve Cell in Planorbis Corneus with Electrochemical Detection, B.B. Anderson, A.G. Ewing, J. of Pharm. Biomed. Analysis, 19 (1999) 15-32. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

131.  Electrochemical Detection of Reverse Transport from the Planorbis Giant Dopamine Neuron, B. Anderson, A.G. Ewing, D. Sulzer, in Methods of Enzymology: Neurotransmitter Transporters, S. G. Amara, ed., Academic Press, San Diego, (1998) 675-689.

130.  Catecholaminergic Suppression of Immunocompetent Cells, J. Bergquist, A. Tarkowski, A. Ewing, R. Ekman, Immunology Today, 19 (1998) 562-567. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

129.  Multiple Separations in Microfabricated Channels: From Biological Environments to DNA, K.M. Bullard, P. Beyer Hietpas, A.G. Ewing, Biomedical Microdevices, 1 (1998) 27-37. [SpringerLink]

128.  Static TOF-SIMS Imaging of Freeze-Fractured, Frozen-Hydrated Biological Membranes, M.L. Pacholski, D.M. Cannon, Jr., A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Rapid Comm. in Mass Spec., 12 (1998) 1232-1235. [Wiley InterScience]

127.  Characterization of Electrophoretic Sample Transfer from a Capillary to an Ultrathin Slab Gel, P. Beyer Hietpas, K.M. Bullard, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sep., 10 (1998) 519-527. [Wiley InterScience]

126.  Electrophoretic Separation Schemes in Ultrathin Channels with Capillary Sample Introduction, K.M. Bullard, P.F. Gavin, A. G. Ewing, Trends in Anal. Chem., 17 (1998) 401-410. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

125.  Voltammetric and Pharmacological Characterization of Dopamine Released from Single Exocytotic Events at Rat Pheochromocytoma (PC12) Cells, K.D. Kozminski, A.D. Gutman, V. Davila, D. Sulzer, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 70 (1998) 3123-3130. [ACS]

124.  Electrochemistry In Neuronal Microenvironments, R. A. Clark, S. Zerby, A. G. Ewing, in Electroanalytical Chemistry, A.J. Bard, I. Rubinstein, eds., Marcel Dekker, New York (1998) pp. 227-294.

123.  Characterization of Lateral Dispersion in Microfabricated Electrophoresis - Electrochemical Array Detection, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sep., 10 (1998) 357-364. [Wiley InterScience]

122.  Dopamine Levels of Two Classes of Vesicles Are Differentially Depleted By Amphetamine, B.A. Anderson, G. Chen, A.D. Gutman, A.G. Ewing, Brain Research, 788 (1998) 294-301. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

121.  Electrochemical Detection in HPCE, B. Rhoden Bryant, F. Swanek, A.G. Ewing, in High Performance Capillary Electrophoresis, M.G. Khaledi, ed., J. Wiley (1998) pp. 355-374. [WorldCat]

120.  Characterization of Electrochemical Responses in Picoliter Volumes, R.A. Clark, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 70 (1998) 1119-1125. [ACS]

119.  Molecular Imaging of Frozen-Hydrated Model Membrane Systems, D.M. Cannon, Jr., M.L. Pacholski, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS XI), G. Gillen, R. Lareau, J. Bennett and F. Stevie, Eds., John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1998, p. 489.

118.  Molecule Specific Imaging of Human Red Blood Cells Using TOF-SIMS, M.L. Pacholski, D.M. Cannon, Jr., A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS XI), G. Gillen, R. Lareau, J. Bennett and F. Stevie, Eds., John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1998, 93.

117.  Capillary Electrophoresis with NDA Derivatization and Electrochemical Detection for the Analysis of Cellular Amino Acids, F.D. Swanek, B.B. Anderson, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sep., 10 (1998) 185-192. [Wiley InterScience]

116.  Capillary Sample Introduction of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Products Separated in Ultrathin Slab Gels, K.M. Bullard, P. Beyer Hietpas,  A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 19 (1998) 71-75. [Wiley InterScience]

115.  Picoliter Microvials - Combining Chemistry, Nanotechnology, and Biology, R.A. Clark, A.G. Ewing, CHEMTECH, 28 (1998) 20-25. [ACS]

114.  Critical Review of Recent Developments in Fluorescence Detection for CE, C.E. MacTaylor, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 18 (1997) 2279-2290. [Wiley InterScience]

113.  Measurements of Catecholamine-Mediated Apoptosis of Immunocompetent Cells by Capillary Electrophoresis, J. Bergquist, E. Josefsson, A. Tarkowski, R. Ekman, A.G. Ewing, Electrophoresis, 18 (1997) 1760-1766. [Wiley InterScience]

112.  Quantitative Measurement of Released Amines from Individual Exocytotic Events, R.A. Clark, A.G. Ewing, Molecular Neurobiology, 15 (1997) 1-16.

111.  Characterization of Electrochemical Array Detection for Continuous Channel Electrophoretic Separations in Micron and Submicron Channels, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 69 (1997) 3838-3845. [ACS]

110.  Characterization of the Effects of Varying the pH and Concentration Monomers of the Poly(oxyphenylene) Insulating Films on Carbon Fiber Electrodes, C.E. MacTaylor, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 9 (1997) 755-758. [Wiley InterScience]

109.  Atomic and Molecular Imaging at the Single-Cell Level with TOF-SIMS, T.L. Colliver, C.L. Brummel, M.L. Pacholski, F.D. Swanek, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Anal. Chem., 69 (1997) 2225-2231. [ACS]

108.  Ultrathin Slab Gel Separations of DNA Using a Novel Sample Introduction System, P. Beyer Hietpas, K. M. Bullard, D. A. Gutman, A. G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 69 (1997) 2292-2298. [ACS]

107.  Chemical Analysis of Single Cells and Exocytosis, G. Chen, A.G. Ewing, Critical Reviews in Neurobiology, 11 (1997) 59-90. [PubMed]

106.  Continuous Separations by Electrophoresis in Rectangular Channels, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, in Handbook of Capillary Electrophoresis:  Principles, Methods and Practice, 2nd Edition, CRC Press, (1997), pp. 741-763. [LOC]

105.  Capillary Electrophoresis for the Analysis of Single Cells, F.D. Swanek, A.G. Ewing, in Handbook of Capillary Electrophoresis: Principles, Methods and Practice, 2nd Edition, CRC Press, (1997), pp. 495-521. [WorldCat]

104.  Electrochemical Analysis in Picoliter Microvials, R.A. Clark, P. Beyer Hietpas, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 69 (1997) 259-263. [ACS]

103.  Continuous Separations in Microfabricated Channels: A New Technique for Monitoring Ultrasmall Biological Environments, A.G. Ewing, P.F. Gavin, P. Beyer Hietpas, K.M. Bullard, Nature Medicine, 3 (1997) 97-99. [Nature]

102.  Molecular Specific Images from Biological Samples, C.L. Brummel, T.L. Colliver, M.L. Pacholski, K.F. Willey, A.G. Ewing, N. Winograd, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. Muenster, Germany, 1996.

101.  High Performance Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometric Detection for Capillary Electrophoresis, S.A. Hofstadler, F.D. Swanek, J.C. Severs, A.G. Ewing, R.D. Smith, J. of High Res. Chrom., 19 (1996) 617-621.

100.  Identification of Multiple Compartments of Dopamine in a Single Cell by Capillary Electrophoresis with Scanning Electrochemical Detection, F.D. Swanek, G. Chen, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 68 (1996) 3912-3916. [ACS]

99.    Electrochemical Monitoring of Bursting Exocytotic Events from the Giant Dopamine Neuron of Planorbis Corneus, G. Chen, D.A. Gutman, S.E. Zerby, A.G. Ewing, Brain Research, 733 (1996) 119-124. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

98.    Flow Injection Analysis Using Continuous Channel Electrophoresis, J.M. Mesaros, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, Anal Chem., 68 (1996) 3441-3449. [ACS]

97.    Continuous Separations with Microfabricated Electrophoresis - Electrochemical Array Detection, P.F. Gavin, A.G. Ewing, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 118 (1996) 8932-8936. [ACS]

96.    Analysis of Single Cells with Capillary Electrophoresis Electrospray Ionization Fourier Transform Mass Ion Cyclotron Resonance Spectrometry, S.A. Hofstadler, F.D. Swanek, J.C. Severs, A.G. Ewing, R.D. Smith, Rapid Comm. Mass Spectrom., 10 (1996) 919-922. [Wiley InterScience]

95.    Electrochemical Monitoring of Individual Exocytotic Events from the Varicosities of Differentiated PC12 Cells, S.E. Zerby, A.G. Ewing, Brain Research, 712 (1996) 1-10. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

94.    Vesicular Quantal Size Measured by Amperometry at Chromaffin, Mast, Pheochromocytoma and Pancreatic-Cells, J.M. Finnegan, P.S. Cahill, K. Pihel, L. Huang, S.E Zerby, A.G. Ewing, R.T. Kennedy, R.M. Wightman, J. Neurochem., 66 (1996) 1914-1923. [Wiley InterScience]

93.    The Latency of Exocytosis Varies with the Mechanism of Stimulated Release in PC12 Cells, S.E. Zerby, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurochem., 66 (1996) 651-657. [Wiley InterScience]

92.    Development of Voltammetric Methods, Capillary Electrophoresis and TOF SIMS Imaging for Constituent Analysis of Single Cells, P.J. Beyer-Hietpas, S.D. Gilman, R.A. Lee, M.C. Wood, N. Winograd, A.G. Ewing, in Nanofabrication and Biosystems: Integrating Materials Science, Engineering and Biology, Hoch, H.H., Jelinski, L.W., Craighead, H., eds., Cambridge University Press, New York, (1996) 139-158. [WorldCat]

 

91.    On-Column and Post-Column Derivatization for Capillary Electrophoresis with Laser-Induced Fluorescence for the Analysis of Single Cells, P. J. Beyer-Hietpas, A. G. Ewing, J. Liq. Chromatogr., 18 (1995) 3557-3576.

90.    Multiple Classes of Catecholamine Vesicles Observed During Exocytosis from the Planorbis Cell Body, G. Chen, A.G. Ewing, Brain Research, 701 (1995) 167-174. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

89.    Observation and Quantitation of Exocytosis from the Cell Body of a Fully Developed Neuron in Planorbis corneus, G. Chen, P.F. Gavin, G. Luo, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci., 15 (1995) 7747-7755. [PubMed]

88.    Capillary Electrophoresis - Electrospray Ionization Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry for the Direct Analysis of Cellular Proteins, S.A. Hofstadler, F.D. Swanek, D.C. Gale, A.G. Ewing, R.D. Smith, Anal. Chem., 67 (1995) 1477-1480. [ACS]

87.    Post-Column Derivatization for Capillary Electrophoresis Using Napthalene-2,3-Dicarboxaldehyde and 2-Mercaptoethanol, S.D. Gilman, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Methods and Instr., 2 (1995) 133-141.

86.    Amphetamine Redistributes Dopamine from Synaptic Vesicles to the Cytosol and Promotes Reverse Transport, D. Sulzer, T.K. Chen, Y.Y. Lau, H.H. Kristensen, S. Rayport, A.G. Ewing, J. Neuroscience, 15 (1995) 4102-4108. [PubMed]

85.    Voltammetric and Amperometric Probes for Single-Cell Analysis, A.G. Ewing, T.K. Chen, G. Chen, in Voltammetric Methods in Brain Systems, Neuromethods series, R. Adams, ed., Humana Press, Clifton, NJ (1995), pp. 269-304. [Humana Press]

84.    Recent Advances in the Application of Capillary Electrophoresis to Neuroscience, S.D. Gilman, A.G. Ewing, J. Capillary Electrophoresis, 2 (1995) 1-13.

83.    Analysis of Single Cells by Capillary Electrophoresis with On-Column Derivatization and Laser-Induced Fluorescence Detection, S.D. Gilman, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 67 (1995) 58-64. [ACS]

82.    Characterization of Continuous Electrophoretic Separations in Narrow Channels Coupled to Small Bore Capillaries, J.M. Mesaros, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sep., 6 (1994) 483-494. [Wiley InterScience]

81.    Amperometric Monitoring of Stimulated Catecholamine Release from Rat Pheochromocytoma (PC12) Cells at the Zeptomole Level, T.K. Chen, G. Luo, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 66 (1994) 3031-3035. [ACS]

80.    Analysis of Human Cerebrospinal Fluid by Capillary Electrophoresis with Laser Induced Fluorescence Detection, J. Bergquist, S.D. Gilman, A.G. Ewing, R. Ekman, Anal. Chem., 66 (1994) 3512-3518. [ACS]

79.    Electrochemical Detection in Microcolumn Separations, J.M. Mesaros, A.G. Ewing, P.F. Gavin, Anal. Chem., 66 (1994) 527A-537A. [PubMed]

78.    Laser Activation of Microdisk Electrodes Examined by Fast Scan Rate Voltammetry and Digital Simulation, T.G. Strein, A. . Ewing, Anal. Chem., 66 (1994) 3864-3872. [ACS]

77.    Scanning Electrochemical Detection in Capillary Electrophoresis, S.E. Ferris, G. Luo, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sepns., 6 (1994) 263-268. [Wiley InterScience]

76.    Chiral Separation of a Novel Calcium Antagonist Using Capillary Electrophoresis with Cyclodextrins and Diode Array Detection, G. Luo, Y. Wang, A.G. Ewing, T.G. Strein, J. Capillary Electrophoresis, 1 (1994) 175-180.

75.    Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence Detection for Capillary Electrophoresis, S.D. Gilman, C.E. Silverman, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sepns., 6 (1994) 97-106. [Wiley InterScience]

74.    Voltammetry of Adenosine After Electrochemical Treatment of Carbon Fiber Electrodes, T.K. Chen, T.G. Strein, T. Abe, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 6 (1994) 746-751. [Wiley InterScience]

73.    Post-Column Derivatization in Narrow-Bore Capillaries for the Analysis of Peptides and Proteins by Capillary Electrophoresis with Fluorescence Detection, S.D. Gilman, J.J. Pietron, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sepns., 6 (1994) 373-384. [Wiley InterScience]

72.    Direct Observation of the Effect of Autoreceptors on Stimulated Release of Catecholamines from Adrenal Cells, Z. Rong, G. Luo, A.G. Ewing, J. Neuroscience, 14 (1994) 2402-2407. [PubMed]

71.    Capillary Electrophoresis of Single Cells: Observation of Two Compartments of Neurotransmitter Vesicles, H.K. Kristensen, Y.Y. Lau, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci. Meth., 51 (1994) 183-188. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

70.    Capillary Electrophoresis for the Analysis of Single Cells, S. Sloss, A. G. Ewing, in Handbook of Capillary Electrophoresis: Principles, Methods and Practice, CRC Press, (1994), 391-417. [WorldCat]

 

69.    Discovery of Endogenous Catecholamines in Lymphocytes and Evidence for Catecholamine Regulation of Lymphocyte Function via an Autocrine Loop, J. Bergquist, A. Tarkowski, R. Ekman, A.G. Ewing, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 91 (1994) 12912-12916. [PubMed]

68.    Continuous Electrophoretic Separations in Narrow Channels Coupled to Small Bore Capillaries, J.M. Mesaros, G. Luo, J. Roeraade, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 65 (1993) 3313-3319. [ACS]

67.    Microcolumn Separations of Single Cell Components, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci. Meth., 48 (1993) 215-224. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

66.    Characterization of Small Noble Metal Electrodes by Voltammetry and Energy Dispersive X-Ray Analysis, T.G. Strein, A. G. Ewing, Anal.Chem., 65 (1993) 1203-1209. [ACS]

65.    Electroosmotic Flow Control and Surface Conductance in Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, M.A. Hayes, I. Kheterpal, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 65 (1993) 2010-2013. [ACS]

64.    Improved Method for End-Column Amperometric Detection for Capillary Electrophoresis, S. Sloss, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 65 (1993) 577-581. [ACS]

63.    Effects of Buffer pH on Electroosmotic Flow Control by an Applied Radial Voltage for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, M.A. Hayes, I. Kheterpal, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 65 (1993) 27-31. [ACS]

62.    Prospects for the Use of Capillary Electrophoresis in Neuroscience, M.A. Hayes, S.D. Gilman, A.G. Ewing, in Capillary Electrophoresis: Theory, Methodology, and Applications, Marcel Dekker, Inc. (1993), pp. 753-793.

61.    Intracellular Voltammetry at Ultrasmall Platinum Electrodes, Y.Y. Lau, D.K.Y. Wong, A.G. Ewing, Microchemical Journal, 47 (1993) 308-316. [PubMed]

60.    Analytical Chemistry in Microenvironments: Single Nerve Cells, A.G. Ewing, T.G. Strein, Y.Y. Lau, Invited Review, Accts. of Chem. Res., 25 (1992) 440-447. [ACS]

59.    Characterization of Glucose Microsensors for Intracellular Measurements, T. Abe, Y.Y. Lau, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 64 (1992) 2160-2163. [ACS

58.    Voltammetric Measurement of Oxygen in Single Neurons Using Platinized Carbon Ring Electrodes, Y.Y. Lau, T. Abe, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 64 (1992) 1702-1705. [ACS]

57.    Characterization of Sub-Micron Sized Carbon Electrodes Insulated with a Phenol-Allylphenol Copolymer, T.G. Strein, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 64 (1992) 1368-1373. [ACS]

56.    Electrochemical Oxidation of 5-Hydroxytryptamine and 5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid at Ultrasmall Gold Ring Electrodes, Y.Y. Lau, D.K.Y. Wong, G. Luo, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 4 (1992) 865-869. [Wiley InterScience]

55.    Pulse Voltammetry in Single Cells Using Platinum Microelectrodes, T.K. Chen, Y.Y. Lau, D.K.Y. Wong, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 64 (1992) 1264-1268. [ACS]

54.    Electroosmotic Flow Control and Monitoring with an Applied Radial Voltage for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, M.A. Hayes, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 64 (1992) 512-516. [ACS]

53.    Detection Methods in Capillary Electrophoresis, T. Olefirowicz, A.G. Ewing, in Handbook of Capillary Electrophoresis, Academic Press, Inc. (1992), pp. 45-85.

52.    Intracellular Analysis With An Immobilized-Enzyme Glucose Electrode Having 2-µm Diameter and Subsecond Response Times, T. Abe, Y.Y. Lau, A.G. Ewing, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 113 (1991) 7421-7423. [ACS]

51.    Capillary Electrophoresis for Sampling Single Nerve Cells, T.M. Olefirowicz, A.G. Ewing, Chimia, 45 (1991) 106-108.

50.    The Effect of Anodic Surface Treatment on the Oxidation of Catechols at Ultrasmall Carbon Ring Electrodes, H.A. Fishman, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 3 (1991) 899-907. [Wiley InterScience]

49.    Characterization of the Voltammetric Response at Intracellular Carbon Ring Electrodes, Y.Y. Lau, J.B. Chen, D.K.Y. Wong, A.G. Ewing, Electroanalysis, 3 (1991) 87-95. [Wiley InterScience]

48.    End-Column Detection for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, X. Huang, R.N. Zare, S. Sloss, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 63 (1991) 189-192. [ACS]

47.    Electrochemical Detection for Capillary Electrophoresis, P.D. Curry, Jr., C.E. Silverman, A.G. Ewing, Invited Review, Electroanalysis, 3 (1991)
        587-596. [Wiley InterScience]

46.    Copper Wire Amperometric Detector for Capillary Electrophoresis, C. E. Engstrom-Silverman, A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Sepns., 3 (1991) 141-145. [Wiley InterScience]

45.    In Situ Laser Activation of Carbon Fiber Microdisk Electrodes, T.G. Strein, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 63 (1991) 194-198. [ACS]

44.    Dynamic Electrochemistry, Fundamental Review, M.D. Porter, C.A. Widrig, T.G. Strein, A.G. Ewing, M.D. Ryan, Anal. Chem., 62 (1990) 1R-20R. [ACS]

43.    Capillary Electrophoresis in 2- and 5-µm i.d. Capillaries: Application to Cytoplasmic Analysis, T.M. Olefirowicz, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 62 (1990) 1872-1876. [ACS]

42.    Effect of Buffer Composition and Capillary Pretreatment on Electroosmotic Flow in Capillary Electrophoresis, B.B. VanOrman, T.M. Olefirowicz, G.G. Liversidge, A.G. Ewing, G.L. McIntire, J. Microcolumn Sepns., 2 (1990) 176-180. [Wiley InterScience]

41.    Dopamine Concentration in the Cytoplasmic Compartment of Single Neurons Determined by Capillary Electrophoresis, T.M. Olefirowicz, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurosci. Meth., 34 (1990) 11-15. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

40.    Anodic Stripping Voltammetry at Mercury Films Deposited on Ultrasmall Carbon Ring Electrodes, D.K. Wong, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 62 (1990) 2697-2702. [ACS]

39.    Capillary Electrophoresis with Indirect Amperometric Detection, T.M. Olefirowicz, A.G. Ewing, J. Chromatogr., 499 (1990) 713-719. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

38.    Estimation of Free Dopamine in the Cytoplasm of the Giant Dopamine Cell of Planorbis corneus by Voltammetry and Capillary Electrophoresis, J.B. Chien, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, J. Neurochemistry, 54 (1990) 633-638. [PubMed]

 

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37.    Capillary Electrophoresis - Flow FAB/MS, R.D. Minard, D. Luckenbill, P. Curry, Jr., A.G. Ewing, Adv. Mass Spec., 11 (1989) 436-437.

36.    Capillary Electrophoresis, A.G. Ewing, R.A. Wallingford, T.M. Olefirowicz, Invited Review, Anal. Chem., 61 (1989) 292A-303A. [PubMed]

35.    Retention of Catechols in Capillary Electrophoresis with Micellar and Mixed Micellar Solutions, R.A. Wallingford, P.D. Curry, Jr., A.G. Ewing, J. Microcolumn Separations, 1 (1989) 23-27. [Wiley InterScience]

34.    Carbon Electrodes Fabricated by Low Temperature Pyrolysis of Ethylene on Nickel, R.A. Saraceno, C.E. Engstrom, M. Rose, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 61 (1989) 560-565. [ACS]

33.    Separation of Serotonin from Catechols by Capillary Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Detection, R.A. Wallingford, A. G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 61 (1989) 98-100. [ACS]

32.    Capillary Electrophoresis, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, Invited Review, Advances in Chromatography, 29 (1989) 1-67. [PubMed]

31.    Electronic Properties and Redox Conduction of Ferrocene-Substituted High Polymeric Phosphazenes, R.A. Saraceno, G.H. Riding, H.R. Allcock, A.G. Ewing, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 110 (1988) 7254-7255. [ACS]

30.    Capillary Zone Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Detection in 12.7-µm Diameter Columns, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 60 (1988) 1972-1975. [ACS]

29.    Characterization of the Diffusion Limited Current at Ultrasmall Carbon Ring Electrodes, R.A. Saraceno, A.G. Ewing, J. Electroanal. Chem., 257 (1988) 83-93. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

28.    Electron Transfer Reactions of Catechols at Ultrasmall Carbon Ring Electrodes, R.A. Saraceno, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 60 (1988) 2016-2020. [ACS]

27.    Retention of Ionic and Nonionic Catechols in Capillary Zone Electrophoresis with Micellar Solutions, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, J. Chromatogr., 441 (1988) 299-309. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

26.    Intracellular Voltammetry with Ultrasmall Carbon Ring Electrodes, J.B. Chien, R.A. Saraceno, A.G. Ewing, in Redox Chemistry and Interfacial Behavior of Biological Molecules, Plenum Publishing Corp., (1988) 417-424.

25.    Electronic Properties of Phosphazene Substituents on Ferrocene, R.A. Saraceno, G.H. Riding, H.R. Allcock, A.G. Ewing, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 110 (1988) 980-982. [ACS]

24.    Amperometric Detection of Catechols in Capillary Zone Electrophoresis with Normal and Micellar Solutions, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 60 (1988) 258-263. [ACS]

23.    Capillary Zone Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Detection, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 59 (1987) 1762-1766. [ACS]

22.    Chemically Modified Electrodes: Molecular Design for Chemical Analysis, R.W. Murray, A.G. Ewing, R.A. Durst, Anal. Chem., 59 (1987) 379A-390A. [PubMed]

21.    Characterization of a Microinjector for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, R.A. Wallingford, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 59 (1987) 678-681. [ACS]

20.    Carbon-Ring Electrodes with One-Micrometer Tip Diameter, Y.-T. Kim, D.M. Scarnulis, A.G. Ewing, Anal. Chem., 58 (1986) 1782-1786. [ACS]

19.    Voltammetric Detection of Dopamine Release in the Rat Corpus Striatum, R.M. Wightman, W.G. Kuhr, A.G. Ewing, in Annals of N. Y. Acad. Sci., Neurochemical Analysis of the Conscious Brain: Voltammetry and Push-Pull Perfusion, 473 (1986) 92-104. [PubMed]

18.    Catalysis of Slow Charge Transfer Reactions at Polypyrrole-Coated Glassy Carbon Electrodes, R.A. Saraceno, J.G. Pack, A.G. Ewing, J. Electroanal. Chem., 197 (1986) 265-278. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

17.    Electrochemical Reactions of Solutes and of Electroactive Polymer Films in Low Dielectric Media: Toluene and Heptane, L. Geng, A.G. Ewing, J.C. Jernigan, R.W. Murray, Anal. Chem., 58 (1986) 852-860. [ACS]

16.    Electron Transfer Kinetics at Redox Polymer/Solution Interfaces Using Microelectrodes and Twin Electrode Thin Layer Cells, B.J. Feldman, A.G. Ewing, R.W. Murray, J. Electroanal. Chem., 194 (1985) 63-81. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

15.    Permeation of Neutral, Cationic, and Anionic Electrode Reactants Through a Poly-Cationic Polymer Film as a Function of Electrolyte Concentration, A.G. Ewing, B.J. Feldman, R.W. Murray, J. Phys. Chem., 89 (1985) 1263-1269. [ACS]

14.    Amphetamine Attenuates the Stimulated Release of Dopamine In Vivo, W.G. Kuhr, A.G. Ewing, J.A. Near, R.M. Wightman, J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 232 (1985) 388-394. [PubMed]

13.    Polymer-Coated Microelectrodes and Twin Electrode Thin Layer Cells Applied to Electron Transfer Cross-Reaction and Permeability Rates, A.G. Ewing, B.J. Feldman, R. W. Murray, J. Electroanal. Chem., 172 (1984) 145-153. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

12.    In Vitro Comparison of the Selectivity of Electrodes for In Vivo Electrochemistry, P.M. Kovach, A.G. Ewing, R.L. Wilson, R.M. Wightman, J. Neurosci. Meth., 10 (1984) 215-227. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

11.    Monitoring the Stimulated Release of Dopamine with In Vivo Voltammetry II: Clearance of Released Dopamine from Extracellular Fluid, A.G. Ewing, R.M. Wightman, J. Neurochem., 43 (1984) 570-577. [PubMed]

10.    Monitoring the Stimulated Release of Dopamine with In Vivo Voltammetry I: Characterization of the Response Observed in the Caudate Nucleus of the Rat, W. G. Kuhr, A. G. Ewing, W. L. Caudill, R. M. Wightman, J. Neurochem., 43 (1984) 560-569. [PubMed]

9.      Liquid Chromatography with Rapid Scanning Electrochemical Detection at Carbon Electrodes, W.L. Caudill, A.G. Ewing, S. Jones, R.M. Wightman, Anal. Chem., 55 (1983) 1877-1881. [ACS]

8.      Direct In Vivo Monitoring of Dopamine Released from Two Striatal Compartments in the Rat, A.G. Ewing, J.C. Bigelow, R.M. Wightman, Science, 221 (1983) 169-171. [Science]

7.      Simultaneous Electrochemical and Unit-Recording Measurements: Characterization of the Effects of D-Amphetamine and Ascorbic Acid on Neostriatal Neurons, A.G. Ewing, K.D. Alloway, S.D. Curtis, M.A. Dayton, R.M. Wightman, G.V. Rebec, Brain Research, 261 (1983) 101-108. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

6.      Diffusion Processes Measured at Microvoltammetric Electrodes in Brain Tissue, M.A. Dayton, A.G. Ewing, R.M. Wightman, J. Electroanal. Chem., 146 (1983) 189-200. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

5.      In Vivo Voltammetry with Electrodes that Discriminate Between Dopamine and Ascorbate, A.G. Ewing, R.M. Wightman, M.A. Dayton, Brain Research, 249 (1982) 361-370. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

4.      Evaluation of Amphetamine-Induced In Vivo Electrochemical Response, M.A. Dayton, A.G. Ewing, R.M. Wightman, Eur. J. Pharmacol., 75 (1981) 141-144. [Elsevier ScienceDirect]

3.      Pulse Voltammetry with Microvoltammetric Electrodes, A.G. Ewing, M.A. Dayton, R.M. Wightman, Anal. Chem., 53 (1981) 1842-1847. [ACS]

2.      Instrument Design for Pulse Voltammetry with Microvoltammetric Electrodes, A.G. Ewing, R. Withnell, R.M. Wightman, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 52 (1981) 454-458. [RSI]

1.      Response of Microvoltammetric Electrodes to Homogeneous Catalytic and Slow Heterogeneous Charge-Transfer Reactions, M.A. Dayton, A.G. Ewing, R.M. Wightman, Anal. Chem., 52 (1980) 2392-2396. [ACS]

 

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1.      End-Column Electrical and Electrochemical Detector for Capillary Zone Electrophoresis (1992), R.N. Zare, X. Huang, S.E. Sloss, A.G. Ewing, U.S. Patent No. 5,126,023. [USPTO]

 

2. Capillary Electrophoresis Apparatus with Improved Electroosmotic Flow Control (1994), A.G. Ewing, M.A. Hayes, I. Kheterpal, S.S. Herrick, U.S. Patent No. 5,320,730. [USPTO]

 

3.      Capillary Electrophoresis Apparatus with Improved Electroosmotic Flow Control (1994), A.G. Ewing, M.A. Hayes, I. Kheterpal, U.S. Patent No. 5,358,618. [USPTO]

 

4.      Machine-Accessible Electrochemical Detector for Capillary Electrophoresis (1996), L.A. Colón, R. Dadoo, W.H. Whitted, R.N. Zare, A.G. Ewing, S.E. Sloss, J.V. Woelker, U.S. Patent No. 5,480,525. [USPTO]

 

5.      Real Time Monitoring of Electroosmotic Flow in Capillary Electrophoresis (1997), A.G. Ewing, M.A. Hayes, U.S. Patent No. 5,624,539. [USPTO]