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Tom Kamperman, Ph.D.

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  1. Kamperman T, Teixeira LM, Salehi SS, Kerckhofs G, Guyot Y, Geven M, Geris L, Grijpma D, Blanquer S, Leijten J. Engineering 3D parallelized microfluidic droplet generators with equal flow profiles by computational fluid dynamics and stereolithographic printing. Lab Chip. 2020 Feb 07; 20(3):490-495. PMID: 31841123.
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  2. Kamperman T, Koerselman M, Kelder C, Hendriks J, Crispim JF, de Peuter X, Dijkstra PJ, Karperien M, Leijten J. Spatiotemporal material functionalization via competitive supramolecular complexation of avidin and biotin analogs. Nat Commun. 2019 09 25; 10(1):4347. PMID: 31554812.
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  3. Kamperman T, van Loo B, Gurian M, Henke S, Karperien M, Leijten J. On-the-fly exchangeable microfluidic nozzles for facile production of various monodisperse micromaterials. Lab Chip. 2019 06 07; 19(11):1977-1984. PMID: 31017163.
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  4. Kamperman T, Trikalitis VD, Karperien M, Visser CW, Leijten J. Ultrahigh-Throughput Production of Monodisperse and Multifunctional Janus Microparticles Using in-Air Microfluidics. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces. 2018 Jul 18; 10(28):23433-23438. PMID: 29952552.
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  5. Kamperman T, Karperien M, Le Gac S, Leijten J. Single-Cell Microgels: Technology, Challenges, and Applications. Trends Biotechnol. 2018 08; 36(8):850-865. PMID: 29656795.
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  6. Visser CW, Kamperman T, Karbaat LP, Lohse D, Karperien M. In-air microfluidics enables rapid fabrication of emulsions, suspensions, and 3D modular (bio)materials. Sci Adv. 2018 01; 4(1):eaao1175. PMID: 29399628.
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  7. Kamperman T, Henke S, Zoetebier B, Ruiterkamp N, Wang R, Pouran B, Weinans H, Karperien M, Leijten J. Nanoemulsion-induced enzymatic crosslinking of tyramine-functionalized polymer droplets. J Mater Chem B. 2017 Jul 07; 5(25):4835-4844. PMID: 32263999.
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  8. Kamperman T, Henke S, Visser CW, Karperien M, Leijten J. Centering Single Cells in Microgels via Delayed Crosslinking Supports Long-Term 3D Culture by Preventing Cell Escape. Small. 2017 06; 13(22). PMID: 28452168.
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  9. Kamperman T, Henke S, van den Berg A, Shin SR, Tamayol A, Khademhosseini A, Karperien M, Leijten J. Single Cell Microgel Based Modular Bioinks for Uncoupled Cellular Micro- and Macroenvironments. Adv Healthc Mater. 2017 Feb; 6(3). PMID: 27973710.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
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