From Tufts
(* = corresponding author, undergraduate scientist)

29. Coughlin, B.P., Mace, C.R. & Sykes, E.C.J. Submitted.

28. Coughlin, B.P., Rocchi, P., Lawrence, P.T., Berbeco, R., Lux, F., Tillement, O., Sykes, E.C.H. & Mace, C.R.* Under revision. 

27. Parker, R.W., Wilson, D.J. & Mace, C.R.* Under revision. 

26. Coughlin, B.P., Lawrence, P.T., Lui, I., Luby, C.J., Spencer, D.J., Sykes, E.C.H. & Mace, C.R.* Evidence for biological effects in the radiosensitization of leukemia cell lines by PEGylated gold nanoparticles. Journal of Nanoparticle Research in press (DOI: 10.1007/s11051-020-4765-1).

25. Baillargeon, K.R., Bricknell, J.R. & Mace, C.R.* In situ hemolysis in a three-dimensional paper-based device for quantification of intraerythrocytic analytes. Analytical Methods 12, 281–287 (2020). [link]

     • included in collection on Bioanalytical Sensors for Real World Applications.

24. Mabbott, S., Fernandes, S.C., Schechinger, M., Cote, G.L., Faulds, K., Mace, C.R. & Graham, D. Detection of cardiovascular disease associated miR-29a using paper-based microfluidics and surface enhanced Raman scattering. Analyst 145, 983–991 (2020). [link]

23. Wilson, D.J., Kumar, A.A. & Mace, C.R.* Overreliance on cost reduction as a featured element of sensor design. ACS Sensors 4, 1120–1125 (2019). [link]

     • listed among the "Most Read Articles" in June 2019

22. Brooks, J.C. & Mace, C.R.* Scalable methods for device patterning as an outstanding challenge in translating paper-based microfluidics from the academic benchtop to the point-of-care. Journal of Analysis and Testing 3, 50–60 (2019). [link]

21. Fernandes, S.C., Baillargeon, K.R. & Mace, C.R.* Reduction of blood volume required to perform paper-based hematocrit assays guided by device design rules. Analytical Methods 11, 2057–2063 (2019). [link]

20. Ding, I., Walz, J.A., Mace, C.R. & Peterson, A.M. Early hMSC morphology and proliferation on model polyelectrolyte multilayers. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 178, 276–284 (2019)[link]

19. Murray, L.P., Baillargeon, K.R., Bricknell, J.R. & Mace, C.R.* Determination of sample stability for whole blood parameters using formal experimental design. Analytical Methods 11, 930–935 (2019). [link]

     • included in collection of 2019 HOT Articles

18. Innes-Gold, S.N., Luby, C.J. & Mace, C.R.* Experimental and theoretical validation of system variables that control the position of particles at the interface of immiscible liquids. Langmuir 34, 7673–7680 (2018). [PMID: 29882673] [link]

17. Walz, J.A. & Mace, C.R.* Correlation of cell surface biomarker expression levels with adhesion contact angle measured by lateral microscopy. Analytical Chemistry 90, 6572–6579 (2018). [PMID: 29712419]  [link]

16. Kamens, A.J., Mientkiewics, K.M., Eisert, R.J., Walz, J.A., Mace, C.R., & Kritzer, J.A. Thioether-stapled macrocyclic inhibitors of the EH domain of EHD1. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 6, 1206–1211 (2018). [PMID: 28951093] [link]

15. Luby, C.J., Coughlin, B.P. & Mace, C.R.* Enrichment and recovery of mammalian cells from contaminated cultures using aqueous two-phase systems. Analytical Chemistry 90, 2103–2110 (2018). [link]

14. DeChiara, N.S., Wilson, D.J. & Mace, C.R.* An open software platform for the automated design of paper-based microfluidic devices. Scientific Reports 7, 16224 (2017). [PMID: 29176646] [link] 

     • listed among Top 100 in Chemistry for 2017

13. Quasem, I., Luby, C.J., Mace, C.R. & Fuchs, S.M. Density separation of quiescent yeast using iodixanol. BioTechniques 63, 169–173 (2017). [link]

12. Hu, X., Lawrence, J., Mullahoo, J., Smith, Z., Wilson, D.J., Mace, C.R. & Thomas, S.W. Directly photopatternable polythiophene as dual-tone photoresist. Macromolecules 50, 7258–7267 (2017). [link]

11. Wilson, D.J. & Mace, C.R.* Reconfigurable pipet for customized, cost-effective liquid handling. Analytical Chemistry 87, 8656–8661 (2017). [link]

10. Fernandes, S.C., Walz, J.A., Wilson, D.J., Brooks, J.C. & Mace, C.R.* Beyond wicking: Expanding the role of patterned paper as the foundation for an analytical platform (Feature). Analytical Chemistry 89, 5654–5664 (2017). [link]
     • listed among the "Most Read Articles" in June 2017

9. Fernandes, S.C., Wilson, D.J. & Mace, C.R.* Fabrication of three-dimensional paper-based microfluidic devices for immunoassays. Journal of Visualized Experiments 121, e55287 (2017). [link] 
     • highlighted by “This Month in JoVe
     • highlighted by JoVE in their “2017 Year in Review” article"

8. Berry, S.B., Fernandes, S.C., Rajaratnam, A.DeChiara, N.S. & Mace, C.R.* Measurement of the hematocrit using paper-based microfluidic devices. Lab on a Chip 16, 3689–3594 (2016). [link]
     • highlighted by Chemical & Engineering News
     • highlighted in special RSC Collection on papers by GRC Bioanalytical Sensors 2018 Speakers

7. Walz, J.A., Lui, I., Wilson, D.J. & Mace, C.R.* A lateral microscope enables the direct observation of cellular interfaces and quantification of changes in cell morphology during adhesion. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 2, 1367–1375 (2016). [link]

6. Fernandes, S.C., Logounov, G.S., Munro, J.B. & Mace, C.R.* Comparison of three indirect immunoassay formats on a common paper-based microfluidic device architecture. Analytical Methods 8, 5204–5211 (2016). [link]

5.  Deraney, R.N., Mace, C.R.,* Rolland, J.P. & Schonhorn, J.E. A multiplexed, patterned-paper immunoassay for detection of malaria and dengue fever. Analytical Chemistry 88, 6161–6165 (2016). [PMID: 27186893] [link]

4. Kumar, A.A., Walz, J.A., Gondiac, M., Mace, C.R. & Whitesides, G.M. Combining step-gradients and linear gradients in density. Analytical Chemistry 87, 6158–6164 (2015). [PMID: 25978093] [link]

3. Derda, R., Gitaka, J., Klapperich, C.M., Mace, C.R., Kumar, A.A., Lieberman, M., Linnes, J.C., Jores, J., Nasimolo, J., Ndung’u, J., Taracha, E., Weaver, A., Weibel, D.B., Kariuki, T. & Yager, P. Enabling the development and deployment of next generation point of care diagnostics. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9, e0003676 (2015). [PMID: 25973602]. [link]

2. Schonhorn, J.E., Fernandes, S.C., Rajaratnam, A., Deraney, R.N., Rolland, J.P. & Mace, C.R.* A device architecture for three-dimensional, patterned paper immunoassays. Lab on a Chip 14, 4653–4658 (2014). [link]

      • listed among the "Most Downloaded Articles" in October 2014

1. Mace, C.R.* & Deraney, R.N. Manufacturing prototypes for paper-based diagnostic devices. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 16, 801–809 (2014). [link]

From Previous Positions

20. Ge, S., Nemiroski, A., Mirica, K.A., Mace, C.R., Hennek, J.W., Kumar, A.A. & Whitesides, G.M.  Magnetic levitation in chemistry, materials science, and biochemistry. Angewandte Chemie International Edition in press (DOI: 10.1002/anie.201903391).

19. Kumar, A.A., Lim, C., Moreno, Y., Mace, C.R., Syed, A., Van Tyne, D., Wirth, D.F., Duraisingh, M. & Whitesides, G.M. Enrichment of reticulocytes from whole blood using aqueous multiphase systems of polymers. American Journal of Hematology 90, 31–36 (2015)[PMID:25263455] [link]

18. Yadav, A.S., Mace, C.R. & Miller, B.L. Examining the interactions of the splicing factor MBNL1 with target RNA sequences via a label-free, multiplex method. Analytical. Chemistry 86, 1067–1075 (2014). [PMID:24377303] [link]

17. Atkinson, M.B.J., Bwambok, D.K., Chen, J., Thuo, M.M., Mace, C.R., Mirica, K.A., Kumar, A.A., Myerson, A. & Whitesides, G.M. Using magnetic levitation to separate mixtures of crystal polymorphs. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52, 10208–10211 (2013). [PMID:23939940] [link]

16. Lockett, M.R., Mirica, K.A., Mace, C.R., Blackledge, R. & Whitesides, G.M. Analyzing forensic evidence based on density with magnetic levitation. Journal of Forensic Sciences 58, 40–45 (2013). [PMID:22804094] [link]

15. Mace, C.R. & Ryan, U.S. A unique approach to business strategy as a means to enable change in global healthcare: A case study. Clinical Chemistry 58, 1302–1305 (2012). [PMID:22532595] [link]

14. Akbulut, O., Mace, C.R., Martinez, R.V., Kumar, A.A., Nie, Z., Patton, M.R. & Whitesides, G.M. Separation of nanoparticles in aqueous multiphase systems through centrifugation. Nano Letters 12, 4060–4064 (2012). [PMID:22668343] [link]

13. Mace, C.R., Akbulut, O., Kumar, A.A., Shapiro, N.D., Derda, R., Patton, M.R. & Whitesides, G.M. Aqueous multiphase systems of polymers and surfactants provide self-assembling step-gradients in density. Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, 9094–9097 (2012). [PMID:22594904] [link]

12. Shapiro, N.D., Mirica, K.A., Soh, S., Phillips, S.T., Taran, O., Mace, C.R., Shevkoplyas, S.S. & Whitesides, G.M. Measuring binding of protein to gel-bound ligands with magnetic levitation. Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, 5637–5646 (2012). [PMID:22364170] [link]

11. Lee, A., Tang, S.K.Y., Mace, C.R. & Whitesides, G.M. Denaturation of proteins by SDS and tetraalklylammonium dodecylsufates. Langmuir 27, 11560–11574 (2011). [PMID:21834533] [link]

10. Sriram, R., Yadav, A.R., Mace, C.R. & Miller, B.L. Validation of Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry biosensor response for protein-antibody interactions: cross-correlation of theory, experiment, and complementary techniques. Analytical Chemistry 83, 3750–3757 (2011). [PMID:21517019] [link]

9. Mace, C.R., Topham, D.J., Mosmann, T.R., Quataert, S.A., Treanor, J.J. & Miller, B.L. Label-free, arrayed sensing of immune response to influenza antigens. Talanta 83, 1000–1005 (2011). [PMID:21147350] [link]

8. Mirica, K.A., Philips, S.T., Mace, C.R. & Whitesides, G.M. Magnetic levitation in analysis of foods and water. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58, 6565–6569 (2010).  [PMID:20465289] [link]

7. Cheng, C.-M., Martinez, A.W., Gong, J., Mace, C.R., Phillips, S.T., Carrilho, E., Mirica, K.A. & Whitesides, G.M. Paper-based ELISA. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49, 4771–4774 (2010). [PMID:20512830] [link]

6. Mace, C.R., Urdhwareshe, A.S. & Miller, B.L. Investigation of non-nucleophilic additives for the reduction of morphological anomalies in protein arrays. Langmuir 24, 12754–12757 (2008). [PMID:18925757] [link]

5. Mace, C.R., Striemer, C.C. & Miller, B.L Detection of human proteins using Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 24, 334–337 (2008). [PMID:18599284] [link]

4. Ross, N.T., Mace, C.R. & Miller, B.L. Biophysical analysis of the EPEC translocated intimin receptor binding domain. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 362, 1073–1078 (2007). [PMID:17825257] [link]

3. Palde, P.B., McNaughton, B.R., Ross, N.T., Gareiss, P.C., Mace, C.R., Spitale, R.C. & Miller, B.L. Single step synthesis of functional organic receptors via a tridirectional Minisci reaction. Synthesis 15, 2287–2290 (2007). [link]

2. Mace, C.R., Striemer, C.C. & Miller, B.L. Theoretical and experimental analysis of Arrayed Imaging Reflectometry as a sensitive proteomics technique. Analytical Chemistry 78, 5578–5583 (2006). [PMID:16878898] [link]

1. Horner, S.R., Mace, C.R., Rothberg, L.J. & Miller, B.L. A proteomic biosensor for enteropathogenic E. coli. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 21, 1659–1663 (2006). [PMID:16154335] [link].

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