PUBLICATIONS

  1. Kong, T.F., Ang, A.W.J., Marcos, “Characterization of shrink film properties for rapid microfluidics lab-on-chip fabrication”, Micromachines 15, 308, (2024).
  2. Li J.; Hu D., Lim C.K.; Ren J., Yao X., Ma C., Marcos, Chen W., Lee P.K.H., and; Lam R.H.W., ” Selective single-bacteria extraction based on capture and release of microemulsion droplets”, Scientific Reports 12, 15461, (2022).
  3. Shen, X., Teo, T.W., Kong, T.F., and Marcos, “A Technique for Rapid Bacterial-Density Enumeration through Membrane Filtration and Differential Pressure Measurements”, Micromachines 13, 1198, (2022).
  4. Teo, T. W., Shen, X., Tan, P. Y., and Marcos, “A microfluidic approach to investigate the effects of bacteria deposition in porous media containing randomly packed microbeads via real-time pressure measurement”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 26(8), 58-, (2022).
  5. Shen, X., Tran, P. N., Tay, B. Z., and Marcos, “Bending stiffness characterization of Bacillus subtilis’ flagellar filament”, Biophysical Journal 121, no. 11, 975-1985, (2022)
  6. Yin, S., Huang, Y., Shen, X., Zhang, C.Y., Chen, X., Li, H.W., and Wong, T.N., Triple-layered encapsulation through direct droplet impact. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 615, 887-896, (2022).
  7. Shen, X., Yao, X., Marcos, and Fu, H.C., “Can the mechanoreceptional setae of a feeding-current feeding copepod detect hydrodynamic disturbance induced by entrained free-floating prey?”, Limnology and Oceanography 66, no. 12, 4096-4111, (2021).
  8. Kong, T.F., Tan, P.Y., Tay, B.Z., Shen, X.H., and Marcos., “Bacteria and cancer cell pearl chain under dielectrophoresis”, Electrophoresis, 42, 1070-1078, (2021).
  9. Yao, X., Marcos., “Interaction between two spheres under a uniform electric field in a porous medium“, Chemical Engineering Science, 231, 116254, (2021). 
  10. Kong, T.F., Shen, X.H., Marcos., Yang, C., Ibrahim, I.H., “Dielectrophoretic trapping and impedance detection of Escherichia coli, Vibrio cholera, and Enterococci bacteria.”, Biomicrofluidics, 2020. 14(5): p. 054105.
  11. Li, J., Liu, Y., Ren, J., Tay, B.Z., Luo, T., Fan, L., Sun, D., Luo, G., Lau, D., Marcos, Lam, R.H.W. “Antibody-coated microstructures for selective isolation of immune cells in blood”, Lab on a Chip, 20:1072-1082, (2020).
  12. Yao, X. and Marcos, “Creeping flow of a sphere nearby a cylinder”, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 79:18-30, (2020).
  13. Tan, P.Y., Marcos, and Y. Liu, “Modelling bacterial chemotaxis for indirectly binding attractants”, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 487:110120, (2020).
  14. Shen X., Marcos and Fu, H. C., “How the bending mechanics of setae modulate hydrodynamic sensing in copepods”, Limnology and Oceanography, (2019).
  15. Tran, D. Q., Marcos, and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, D., “Quantitative characterization of viscoelastic fracture induced by time-dependent intratumoral pressure in a 3D model tumor”, Biomicrofluidics, 13:054107, (2019).
  16. Yao, X., Ng, C., Teo, J., & Wong, T.  “Slow viscous flow of two porous spherical particles translating along the axis of a cylinder”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 861:643-678, (2019).
  17. Tran, D. Q., Marcos, and Gonzalez-Rodriguez, D., “Permeability and Viscoelastic Fracture of a Model Tumor Under Interstitial Flow”, Soft Matter, 14:6386-6392, (2018).
  18. Koh, J. B. Y, Shen, X., and Marcos, “Supervised Learning to Predict Sperm Sorting by Magnetophoresis”, Magnetochemistry 4:31, (2018). 
  19. Yao, X., Marcos, and Wong, T. N, “Slow viscous flow around two particles in a cylinder”,  Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 21:161, (2017). 
  20. Kong, T. F., Shen X., Marcos, Yang C., “Lab-on-chip microfluidic impedance measurement for laminar flow ratio sensing and differential conductivity difference detection”, Applied Physics Letters, 110:233501, (2017). 
  21.  Koh, J. B. Y. and Marcos, “Sorting Spermatozoa by Morphology Using Magnetophoresis”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 21: 75, (2017).
  22. Shen, X., Marcos, and Fu, H. C., “Traction Reveals Mechanisms of Wall Effects for Microswimmers Near Boundaries”, Physical Review E, 95:033105, (2017).
  23. Tran, D. Q., Kong, T. F., Hu, D., Marcos, and Lam, R. H. W., “  Deterministic sequential isolation of floating cancer cells under continuous flow”, Lab on a Chip, 16: 2813-2819, (2016).
  24. Koh, J. B. Y., Shen, X., and Marcos, “Review: Theoretical modeling in microscale locomotion Microfluidics and Nanofluidics”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 20: 98, (2016).
  25. Feng, H., Wong, T. N., Che, Z., and Marcos, “Chaotic Micromixer Utilizing Electro-osmosis and Induced Charge Electro-osmosis in Eccentric Annulus”, Physics of Fluids, 28: 062003, (2016).
  26. Tran, N. P. and Marcos, “Effect of Dielectrophoretic Force on Swimming Bacteria”, Electrophoresis, 36:1485–1492, (2015).
  27. Koh, J. B. Y. and Marcos, “The Study of Spermatozoa and Sorting in Relation to Human Reproduction”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 18: 755-774, (2015).
  28. Kong, T. F., Ye, W., Peng, W. K., Hou, H. W., Marcos, Preiser, P., Nguyen, N. T., and Han, J.,”Enhancing Malaria Diagnosis through Microfluidic Cell Enrichment and Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry Detection,” Scientific Reports, 5:11425, (2015).
  29. Feng, H., Wong, T. N., and Marcos, “Pair interactions in induced charge electrophoresis of conducting cylinders”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 88: 674-683, (2015).
  30. Koh, J. B. Y. and Marcos, “Dielectrophoresis of spermatozoa in viscoelastic medium”, Electrophoresis, 36: 1514-1521, (2015).
  31. Marcos, Tran, N. P., Razali Saini, A., Ong, K. C. H., and Chia, W. J., “Analysis of A Swimming Sperm in A Shear Flow”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 17: 809-819, (2014).
  32. Koh, J. B. Y. and Marcos, “Effect of Dielectrophoresis on Spermatozoa”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 17: 613-622, (2014).
  33. Hyon, Y., Marcos, Powers, T. R., Stocker, R., and Fu, H. C., “The Wiggling Trajectories of Bacteria”, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 705: 58-76, (2012).
  34. Marcos, Fu, H. C., Powers, T. R., and Stocker, R., “Bacterial Rheotaxis”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 109: 4780-4785, (2012).
  35. Marcos, Seymour, J. R., Luhar, M., Durham, W. M., Mitchell, J. G., Macke, A., and Stocker, R., “Microbial Alignment in Flow Changes Ocean Light Climate”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 108: 3860-3864, (2011).
  36. Marcos, Fu, H. C., Powers, T. R., and Stocker, R., “Separation of Microscale Chiral Objects by Flow”, Physical Review Letter, 102: 158103, (2009).
  37. Seymour, J. R., Marcos, and Stocker, R., “Resource Patch Formation and Exploitation Throughout the Marine Microbial Food Web”, American Naturalist, 173: E15-E29, (2009).
  38. Seymour, J. R., Ahmed, T., Marcos, and Stocker, R., “A Microfluidic Chemotaxis Assay to Study Microbial Behaviour in Diffusing Nutrient Patches”, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 6: 477-488, (2008).
  39. Seymour, J. R., Marcos, and Stocker, R., “Chemotactic Response of Marine Micro-organisms to Micro-scale Nutrient Layers”, Journal of Visualized Experiments, 4th issue, (2007).
  40. Marcos and Stocker, R., “Microorganisms in Vortices: A Microfluidic Setup”, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 4: 392-398, (2006).
  41. Marcos, Ooi, K. T., Yang, C., Chai, J. C., and Wong, T. N., “Developing Electro-osmotic Flow in Closed-End Micro-channels”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 43: 1349-1362, (2005).
  42. Marcos, Kang, Y. J., Ooi, K. T., Yang, C., and Wong, T. N., “Frequency-Dependent Velocity and Vorticity Fields of Electro-osmotic Flow in a Closed-End Cylindrical Microchannel”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 15: 301-312, (2005).
  43. Marcos, Yang, C., Ooi, K. T., Wong, T. N., and Masliyah, J. H., “Frequency-dependent Laminar Electroosmotic Flow in a Closed-end Rectangular Microchannel”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 275: 679-698, (2004).
  44. Marcos, Yang, C., Wong, T. N., and Ooi, K. T., “Dynamic Aspects of Electroosmotic Flow in Rectangular Microchannels”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 42: 1459-1481, (2004).

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