1. The lipid phase preference of the adenosine A2A receptor depends on its ligand binding state.” M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Jacob Deyell, Kate White, Lucia C. Dalle Ore, Vadim Cherazov, Raymond C. Stevens, and Noah Malmstadt. Chemical Communications. 55:5724-5727. 2019.

  2. Biomimetic membranes as potential tools for water purification: Preceding and future avenues.” Ahmed Fuwad, Hyunil Ryu, Noah Malmstadt, Sun Min Kim, and Tae-Joon Jeon. Desalination. 458:97-115. 2019.

  3. "Giant lipid vesicle formation using vapor-deposited charged porous polymers." Nareh Movsesian, Matthew Tittensor, Golnaz Dianat, Malancha Gupta, and Noah Malmstadt. Langmuir. 34(30):9025-9035. 2018.

  4. Effect of low levels of lipid oxidation on the curvature, dynamics, and permeability of lipid bilayers and their interactions with cationic nanoparticles.” Noah Malmstadt and Hwankyu Lee. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 50:164002. 2018.

  5. Scale-up modeling for manufacturing nanoparticles using microfluidic T-junction.” Yanqing Duanmu, Carson Riche, Malancha Gupta, Noah Malmstadt, and Qiang Huang. IISE Transactions. 50(10):892-899. 2018.

  6. Photolithographic patterned surface forms size-controlled lipid vesicles.” M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Shotaro Yoshida, Noah Malmstadt, and Shoji Takeuchi. APL Bioengineering. 2:016104. 2018.

  7. Interactions between charged nanoparticles and giant vesicles fabricated from inverted-headgroup lipids.” Lu Wang and Noah Malmstadt. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 50:415402. 2017.

  8. Evaluation of dextran(ethylene glycol) hydrogen films for giant unilamellar vesicle production and their application for the encapsulation of polymersomes.” Nestor Lopez Mora, Yue Gao, M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Justin Peruzzi, Ivan Bakker, Ruud J.R.W. Peters, Bianka Siewert, Sylvestre Bonnet, Roxanne E. Kieltykia, Jan C.M. van Hest, Noah Malmstadt, and Alexander Kros. Soft Matter. 13:5580-5588. 2017.

  9. "Continuous flow synthesis of Rh and RhAg alloy nanoparticle catalysts enables scalable production and improved morphological control." Pranaw Kunal, Emily J. Roberts, Carson T. Riche, Karalee Jarvis, Noah Malmstadt, Richard L. Brutchey, and Simon M. Humphrey. Chemistry of Materials. 29(10):4341-4350. 2017.

  10. "Modular, discrete micromixer elements fabricated by 3D printing." Krisna Bhargava, Roya Ermagan, Bryant Thompson, Andrew Friedman, and Noah Malmstadt. Micromachines. 8(5):1-9. 2017. Cover article.

  11. "High-throughput continuous flow synthesis of nickel nanoparticles for the catalytic hydrogeoxygenation of guaiacol." Emily Roberts, Susan Habas, Lu Wang, Daniel Ruddy, Erick White, Frederick Baddour, Michael Griffin, Joshua Schaidle, Noah Malmstadt, and Richard Brutchey. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 5:632-639. 2017.

  12. "Dynamics of hydrogel-assisted giant unilamellar vesicle formation from unsaturated lipid systems." Justin Peruzzi, M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Kylee Mansfield, and Noah Malmstadt. Langmuir. 32(40):12702-12709. 2016

  13. "G protein-coupled receptors incorporated into rehydrated diblock copolymer vesicles retain functionality." M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Farzad Jalali-Yazdi, Justin Perussi, Carson T. Riche, Richard W. Roberts, and Noah Malmstadt. Small. 12(38):5256-5260. 2016.

  14. "The functional activity of the human serotonin 5-HT1A receptor is controlled by lipid bilayer composition." M. Gertrude Gutierrez, Kylee Mansfield, and Noah Malmstadt. Biophysical Journal. 110(11):2486-2495. 2016.

  15. "Engineered hydrophobicity of discrete microfluidic elements for double emulsion generation." Bryant Thompson, Carson T. Riche, Nareh Mouvesesian, Krisna C. Bhargava, Malancha Gupta, and Noah Malmstadt. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. 20:78. 2016.

  16. "Flexible opto-fluidic fluorescence sensors based on heterogeneously integrated micro-VCSELs and silicon photodiodes." Dongseok Kang, Boju Gai, Bryant Thompson, Sung-Min Lee, Noah Malmstadt, and Jongseung Yoon. ACS Photonics. 3(6):912-918. 2016.

  17. "Oxidation of membrane curvature-regulating phosphatidylethanolamine lipid results in formation of bilayer and cubic structures." Shalene Sankhagowit, Ernest Y. Lee, Gerard C.L. Wong, and Noah Malmstadt. Langmuir. 32(10):2450-2457. 2016.

  18. "Flow invariant droplet formation for stable parallel microreactors." Carson T. Riche, Emily J. Roberts, Malancha Gupta, Richard L. Brutchey, and Noah Malmstadt. Nature Communications. 7:10780. 2016.

  19. "Temperature sensing in modular microfluidic architectures." Krisna C. Bhargava, Bryant Thompson, Anoop Tembhekar, and Noah Malmstadt. Micromachines. 7(1):11. 2016.

  20. "Addition of cleaved tail fragments during lipid oxidation stabilizes membrane permeability behavior." Kristina A. Runas, Shiv J. Acharya, Jacob J. Schmidt, and Noah Malmstadt. Langmuir. 32(3):779-786. 2016.

  21. "Predicting the behavior of microfluidic circuits made from discrete elements." Krisna C. Bhargava, Bryant Thompson, Danish Iqbal, and Noah Malmstadt. Scientific Reports. 5:15609. 2015.

  22. "Membrane curvature-sensing and -inducing activity of islet amyloid polypeptide and its implications for membrane disruption." Natalie C. Kegulian, Shalene Sankhagowit, Melania Apostolidou, Sajith A. Jayasinghe, Noah Malmstadt, Peter C. Butler, and Ralf Langen. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290(43):25782-25793. 2015.

  23. "Viscoelastic deformation of lipid bilayer vesicles." Shao-Hua Wu, Shalene Sankhagowit, Roshni Biswas, Shuyang Wu, Michelle L. Povinelli, and Noah Malmstadt. Soft Matter. 11:7385-7391. 2015.

  24. "Low levels of oxidation radically increase the passive permeability of lipid bilayers." Kristina Runas and Noah Malmstadt. Soft Matter. 11(3):499-505. 2015.

  25. "Glucose transport machinery reconsituted in cell models." Jesper S. Hansen, Karin Elbing, James R. Thompson, Noah Malmstadt, and Karin Lindkvist-Petersson. Chemical Communcations.51(12):2316-2319. 2015.

  26. "Discrete elements for 3D microfluidics." Krisna C. Bhargava, Bryant Thompson, and Noah Malmstadt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(42):15013-15018. 2014. Cover article.

  27. "Human serotonin receptor 5-HT1A preferentially segregates to the liquid disordered phase in synthetic lipid bilayers." M. Gertrude Gutierrez and Noah Malmstadt. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 136(39):13530-13533. 2014.

  28. "The dynamics of giant unilamellar vesicle oxidation probed by morphological transitions." Shalene Sankhagowit, Shao-Hua Wu, Roshni Biswas, Carson T. Riche, Michelle L. Povinelli, and Noah Malmstadt. Biochimica Biophysica Acta - Biomembranes. 1838(10):2615-2624. 2014.

  29. "Fluoropolymer surface coatings to control droplets in microfluidic devices." Carson T. Riche, Chuchu Zhang, Malancha Gupta, and Noah Malmstadt. Lab on a Chip. 14(11):1834-1841. 2014.

  30. "Preparation of size tunable giant vesicles from cross-linked dextran(ethylene glycol) hydrogels."Néstor López Mora, Jesper S. Hansen, Yue Gao, Andrew A. Ronald, Roxanne Kieltyka, Noah Malmstadt, and Alexander Kros. Chemical Communications. 50(16):1953-1955. 2014.

  31. "Lipid directed intrinsic membrane protein segregation." Jesper S. Hansen, James R. Thompson, Claus Hélix-Nielsen, and Noah Malmstadt. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 135(46):17294-17297. 2013.

  32. "Liposomes with double-stranded DNA anchoring the bilayer to a hydrogel core." Yasaman Dayani and Noah Malmstadt. Biomacromolecules. 14(10):3380-3385. 2013.

  33. "Automated formation of multicomponent-encapsulating vesosomes using continuous flow microcentrifugation." Huisoo Jang, Peichi C. Hu, Sung Ho Jung, Won Young Kim, Sun Min Kim, Noah Malmstadt, and Tae-Joon Jeon. Biotechnology Journal. 8(11):1341-1346. 2013.

  34. "Optical stretching as a tool to investigate the mechanical properties of lipid bilayers." Mehmet E. Solmaz, Shalene Sankhagowit, Roshni Biswas, Camilo A. Mejia, Michelle L. Povinelli, and Noah Malmstadt. RSC Advances. 3(37):16632-16638. 2013.

  35. "Cholesterol translocation in a phospholipid membrane." Amit Choubey, Rajiv K. Kalia, Noah Malmstadt, Aiichiro Nakano, and Priya Vashishta. Biophysical Journal. 104(11):2429-2436. 2013.

  36. "Deformation and poration of lipid bilayer membranes by cationic nanoparticles." Su Li and Noah Malmstadt. Soft Matter. 9(20):4969-4976. 2013. Cover article.

  37. "Effect of ionic liquid impurities on the synthesis of silver nanoparticles." Laura L. Lazarus, Carson T. Riche, Noah Malmstadt, and Richard L. Brutchey. Langmuir. 28(45):15987-15993. 2012.

  38. "Optical stretching of giant unilamellar vesicles with an integrated dual-beam optical trap." Mehmet E. Solmaz, Roshni Biswas, Shalene Sankhagowit, James R. Thompson, Camilo A. Mejia, Noah Malmstadt, and Michelle L. Povinelli. Biomedical Optics Express. 3(10):2419-2427. 2012.

  39. "Two-phase microfluidic droplet flows of ionic liquids for the synthesis of gold and silver nanoparticles." Laura L. Lazarus, Carson T. Riche, Brandon C. Marin, Malancha Gupta, Noah Malmstadt, and Richard L. Brutchey. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 4(6):3077-3083. 2012. Cover article

  40. "Lipid bilayers covalently anchored to carbon nanotubes." Yasaman Dayani and Noah Malmstadt. Langmuir. 28(21):8174-8182. 2012.

  41. "Vapor deposition of cross-linked fluoropolymer barrier coatings onto pre-assembled microfluidic devices." Carson T. Riche, Brandon C. Marin, Noah Malmstadt, and Malancha Gupta. Lab on a Chip.11(18):3049-3052. 2011. Cover article.

  42. "Imaging molecular transport across lipid bilayers." Su Li, Peichi C. Hu, and Noah Malmstadt. Biophysical Journal. 101(3):700-708. 2011.

  43. "Microfluidic fabrication of asymmetric giant lipid vesicles." Peichi C. Hu, Su Li, and Noah Malmstadt. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. 3(5):1434-1440. 2011.

  44. "Excitation of Cy5 in self-assembled lipid bilayers using optical microresonators." Lindsay M. Freeman, Su Li, Yasaman Dayani, Hong-Seok Choi, Noah Malmstadt, and Andrea M. Armani. Applied Physics Letters. 98:143703. 2011.

  45. "Flow-focused synthesis of monodisperse gold nanoparticles using ionic liquids on a microfluidic platform." Laura L. Lazarus, Astro S.-J. Yang, Steven Chu, Richard L. Brutchey, and Noah Malmstadt. Lab on a Chip. 10(24):3377-3379. 2010.

  46. "Confocal imaging to quantify passive transport across biomimetic lipid membranes." Su Li, Peichi Hu, and Noah Malmstadt. Analytical Chemistry. 82(18):7766-7771. 2010.

  47. "Mechanisms of alveolar epithelial translocation of a defined population of nanoparticles." Nazanin R. Yacobi, Noah Malmstadt, Farnoosh Fazlollahi, Lucas DeMaio, Ronald Marchelletta, Sarah F. Hamm-Alvarez, Zea Borok, Kwang-Jin Kim, and Edward D. Crandall.American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology. 42(5):604-614. 2010.

  48. "Black lipid membranes stabilized through substrate conjugation to a hydrogel." Tae-Joon Jeon, Noah Malmstadt, Jason L. Poulos, and Jacob J. Schmidt. Biointerphases. 3(2):FA96-FA100. 2008.

  49. "Long-lived planar lipid bilayer membranes anchored to an in situ polymerized hydrogel." Noah Malmstadt, Tae-Joon Jeon, and Jacob J. Schmidt. Advanced Materials. 20(1):84-89. 2008.

  50. "Automated formation of lipid bilayer membranes in a microfluidic device." Noah Malmstadt, Michael A. Nash, Robert F. Purnell, and Jacob J. Schmidt. Nano Letters. 6(9):1961-1965. 2006.

  51. "Hydrogel-encapsulated lipid membranes." Tae-Joon Jeon, Noah Malmstadt, and Jacob J. Schmidt. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 128(1):42-43. 2006.