Claire E. Stanley
Claire E. Stanley
Independent Team Leader, Agroscope, Department of Agroecology and Environment, Zurich, Switzerland
Verified email at agroscope.admin.ch
TitleCited byYear
A microfluidic approach for high-throughput droplet interface bilayer (DIB) formation
CE Stanley, KS Elvira, XZ Niu, AD Gee, O Ces, JB Edel, AJ Demello
Chemical communications 46 (10), 1620-1622, 2010
832010
Soil-on-a-Chip: microfluidic platforms for environmental organismal studies
CE Stanley, G Grossmann, XC i Solvas, AJ deMello
Lab on a Chip 16 (2), 228-241, 2016
512016
Anion binding inhibition of the formation of a helical organogel
CE Stanley, N Clarke, KM Anderson, JA Elder, JT Lenthall, JW Steed
Chemical Communications, 3199-3201, 2006
462006
Probing bacterial–fungal interactions at the single cell level
CE Stanley, M Stöckli, D van Swaay, J Sabotič, PT Kallio, M Künzler, ...
Integrative Biology 6 (10), 935-945, 2014
302014
Continuous and Segmented Flow Microfluidics: Applications in High- throughput Chemistry and Biology
CE Stanley, RCR Wootton, AJ deMello
Chimia 66 (3), 88-98, 2012
262012
Microbiome-on-a-chip: new frontiers in plant–microbiota research
CE Stanley, MGA van der Heijden
Trends in microbiology 25 (8), 610-613, 2017
162017
Dual‐flow‐RootChip reveals local adaptations of roots towards environmental asymmetry at the physiological and genetic levels
CE Stanley, J Shrivastava, R Brugman, E Heinzelmann, D van Swaay, ...
New Phytologist 217 (3), 1357-1369, 2018
142018
A chip-to-world connector with a built-in reservoir for simple small-volume sample injection
D Van Swaay, JP Mächler, C Stanley, A deMello
Lab on a Chip 14 (1), 178-181, 2014
132014
Bidirectional propagation of signals and nutrients in fungal networks via specialized hyphae
SS Schmieder, CE Stanley, A Rzepiela, D van Swaay, J Sabotič, ...
Current Biology 29 (2), 217-228. e4, 2019
72019
Distinct RopGEFs successively drive polarization and outgrowth of root hairs
P Denninger, A Reichelt, VAF Schmidt, DG Mehlhorn, LY Asseck, ...
Current Biology 29 (11), 1854-1865. e5, 2019
42019
Combining microfluidics and RNA-sequencing to assess the inducible defensome of a mushroom against nematodes
A Tayyrov, CE Stanley, S Azevedo, M Künzler
BMC genomics 20 (1), 243, 2019
12019
Bacteria‐induced production of the antibacterial sesquiterpene lagopodin B in Coprinopsis cinerea
M Stöckli, BI Morinaka, G Lackner, A Kombrink, R Sieber, C Margot, ...
Molecular microbiology, 2019
12019
Verticillium dahliae transcription factors Som1 and Vta3 control microsclerotia formation and sequential steps of plant root penetration and colonisation to induce …
TT Bui, R Harting, SA Braus‐Stromeyer, VT Tran, M Leonard, A Höfer, ...
New Phytologist 221 (4), 2138-2159, 2019
12019
Fabrication and use of the dual-flow-RootChip for the imaging of Arabidopsis roots in asymmetric microenvironments
CE Stanley, J Shrivastava, R Brugman, E Heinzelmann, V Frajs, A Bühler, ...
Bio. Protoc. 8, 1-19, 2018
12018
MYCELIAL EFFECTS ON PHAGE RETENTION DURING TRANSPORT IN A MICROFLUIDIC PLATFORM
N Ghanem, C Stanley, H Harms, A Chatzinotas, LY Wick
Environmental science & technology, 2019
2019
An Exonuclease I-Assisted Silver-Metallized Electrochemical Aptasensor for Ochratoxin A Detection
A Suea-Ngam, PD Howes, C Stanley, AJ deMello
ACS sensors, 2019
2019
Distinct ROPGEFs successively drive polarization and outgrowth of root hairs: Supplementary Material
D Philipp, A Reichelt, VAF Schmidt, DG Mehlhorn, LY Asseck, CE Stanley, ...
bioRxiv, 2019
2019
An organ-on-a-chip approach for investigating root-environment interactions in heterogeneous conditions
CE Stanley, J Shrivastava, R Brugman, D van Swaay, G Grossmann
bioRxiv, 126987, 2017
2017
Miniaturisation for chemistry, physics, biology, materials science and bioengineering www. rsc. org/loc
CE Stanley, G Grossmann, XC i Solvas, AJ deMello, J Li, J Macdonald
Lab Chip 16, 261, 2016
2016
Development of high-throughput technologies for the study of drug-membrane interactions
CE Stanley
Imperial College London, 2011
2011
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20