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Your Environment. Your Health.

Person Details: Tingrui Pan

Superfund Research Program

Tingrui Pan

University of California-Davis
One Shields Ave
Davis, California 95616-5270
Phone: 530-754-9508
Email: trpan@ucdavis.edu

Projects

Research Briefs

Publications

2018

  • Fan J, Men Y, Tseng KH, Ding Y, Ding Y, Villarreal F, Tan C, Li B, Pan T. 2018. Dotette: Programmable, high-precision, plug-and-play droplet pipetting. Biomicrofluidics 12:9. doi:10.1063/1.5030629 PMID:29861810 PMCID:PMC5962442
  • Li J, Tan W, Xiao W, Carney RP, Men Y, Li Y, Quon G, Ajena Y, Lam KS, Pan T. 2018. A plug-and-play, drug-on-pillar platform for combination drug screening implemented by microfluidic adaptive printing. Anal Chem 90(23):13969-13977. doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.8b03456 PMID:30358386
  • Mao Y, Pan Y, Li X, Li B, Chu J, Pan T. 2018. High-precision digital droplet pipetting enabled by a plug-and-play microfluidic pipetting chip. Lab Chip 18:2720-2729. doi:10.1039/c8lc00505b PMID:30014071

2017

  • Fan J, Villarreal F, Weyers B, Ding Y, Tseng KH, Li J, Li B, Tan C, Pan T. 2017. Multi-dimensional studies of synthetic genetic promoters enabled by microfluidic impact printing. Lab Chip 17(13):2198-2207. doi:10.1039/c7lc00382j PMID:28613297 PMCID:PMC5572659

2015

  • Ding Y, Li J, Xiao W, Xiao K, Lee JK, Bhardwaj U, Zhu Z, Digiglio P, Yang G, Lam KS, Pan T. 2015. Microfluidic-enabled print-to-screen platform for high-throughput screening of combinatorial chemotherapy. Anal Chem 87(20):10166-10171. doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.5b00826 PMID:26334956
  • Fan J, Li B, Xing S, Pan T. 2015. Reconfigurable microfluidic dilution for high-throughput quantitative assays. Lab Chip 15(12):2670-2679. doi:10.1039/c5lc00432b PMID:25994379
  • Li B, Fan J, Li J, Chu J, Pan T. 2015. Piezoelectric-driven droplet impact printing with an interchangeable microfluidic cartridge. Biomicrofluidics 9(5):054101. doi:10.1063/1.4928298 PMID:26392833 PMCID:PMC4560724

2014

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