Recent Publications

Publications by Year

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68. Nisol B., Watson S., Meunier A., Juncker D., Lerouge S., and Werthemier M.R., Energetics of reactions in a dielectric barrier discharge with argo carrier gas: VI PEG_like coatings, Plasma Process and Polymers, 10.1002/ppap.201700132 (2017). PDF

67. H. Li, G. Brewer, G. Ongo, F. Normandeau, A. Omeroglu, and D. Juncker, Immunohistochemistry Microarrays, Analytical Chemistry, DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.7b00807. PDF

66. A.A. Gopal, S.G. Ricoult, S.N. Harris, D. Juncker, T.E. Kennedy, and P.W. Wiseman, Spatially Selective Dissection of Signal Transduction in Neurons Grown on Netrin-1 Printed Nanoarrays via Segmented Fluorescence Fluctuation Analysis, ACS Nano, Just Accepted Manuscript, DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b03004.  PDF

65. Laforte V, Lo PS, Li H, Juncker D, Antibody Colocalization Microarray for Cross-Reactivity-Free Multiplexed Protein Analysis, Methods Mol Biol. 2017, 1619, 239-61. PDF

64. A.O. Olanrewaju, A. Ng, P. Decorwin-Martin, A. Robillard, and D. Juncker, Microfluidic Capillaric Circuit for Rapid and Facile Bacteria Detection, Analytical Chemistry, 2017, 89(12), 6846-6853. PDF | SI

63. J.A. Hernández-Castro,  K. Li,  A. Meunier,  D. Juncker, and T. Veres, Fabrication of large-area polymer microfilter membranes and their application for particle and cell enrichment, Lab Chip, 2017, 17, 1960-1969. PDF | SI

62. H. Li, R. Popp, M. Chen, E.M. MacNamara, D. Juncker, and C.H. Borchers, Bead-Extractor Assisted Ready-to-use reagent System (BEARS) for immunoprecipitation coupled to MALDI-MS, Analytical Chemistry, 2017, 89, 3834-3839. PDF


55. S. Bergeron, V. Laforte, P. S. Lo, H. Li, and D. Juncker, Evaluating Mixtures of 14 Hygroscopic Additives to Improve Antibody Microarray Performance, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 407, 8451-8462 (2015).

54. A. Tamayol, A. H. Najafabadi, B. Aliakbarian, E. Arab-Tehrany, M. Akbari, N. Annabi, D. Juncker, and A. Khademhosseini, Hydrogel Templates for Rapid Manufacturing of Bioactive Fibers and 3D Constructs. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 4, 2146-2153 (2015).
Featured on the inside front cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials volume 4, issue 14.

53. E. W. Tekwa, D. Nguyen, D. Juncker, M. Loreau, and A. Gonzalez. Patchiness in a Microhabitat Chip Affects Evolutionary Dynamics of Bacterial Cooperation. Lab on a Chip, 15, 3723-3729 (2015).

52. M. Safavieh, M. A. Qasaimeh, A. Vakil, D. Juncker, and T. Gervais. Two-aperture microfluidic probes as flow dipoles: theory and applications. Scientific Reports, 5, 11943 (2015).

51. H. Li, J. D. Munzar, A. Ng, and D. Juncker. A Versatile Snap Chip for High-Density Sub-Nanoliter Chip-to-Chip Reagent Transfer. Scientific Reports, 5, 11688 (2015).

50. T. F. W. Sloan, M. A. Qasaimeh, D. Juncker, P. T. Yam, and F. Charron. Integration of Shallow Gradients of Shh and Netrin-1 Guides Commissural Axons. PLoS Biology, 13, e1002119 (2015). 

49. S.G. Ricoult SG, T.E. Kennedy and D. Juncker. Substrate-bound protein gradients to study haptotaxis. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 3 (2015).

48. H. Li, S. Bergeron, M. G. Annis, P. M. Siegel, and D. Juncker. Serial Analysis of 38 Proteins During the Progression of Human Breast Tumor in Mice Using an Antibody Colocalization Microarray. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, 14, 1024-1037 (2015). 

47. G. Zhou, S. Bergeron, and D. Juncker. High Performance Low-Cost Antibody Microarrays Using Enzyme Mediated Silver Amplification. Journal of Proteome Research, 14 (2015).
Featured on GenomeWeb: McGill Team Describes Novel, Antibody Array Method for Lower-cost Protein Detection

46. H. N. Roman, D. Juncker, and A.-M. Lauzon. A Microfluidic Chamber to Study the Dynamics of Muscle Contraction Specific Molecular Interactions. Analytical Chemistry, 87, 2582-2587 (2015).


45. S. G. Ricoult, A. Sanati Nezhad, M. Knapp-Mohammady, T. E. Kennedy, and D. Juncker. Humidified Microcontact Printing of Proteins: Universal Patterning of Proteins on Both Low and High Energy SurfacesLangmuir, 30, 12002–12010 (2014).

44. G. Ongo, S. G. Ricoult, T. E. Kennedy, and D. Juncker. Ordered, Random, Monotonic, and Non-Monotonic Digital Nanodot Gradients. PLoS ONE, 9, e106541 (2014).

43. R. Safavieh, A. Tamayol, and D. Juncker. Serpentine And Leading Edge Capillary Pumps For Microfluidic Capillary Systems. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 18, 357-366 (2014)

42. M. Akbari, A. Tamayol, V. Laforte, N. Annabi, A. H. Najafabadi, A. Khademhosseini, and D. Juncker. Composite Living Fibers for Creating Tissue Constructs Using Textile Techniques. Advanced Functional Materials, 24, 4060–4067 (2014).

41. S. Ghorbanian, M. A. Qasaimeh, M. Akbari, A. Tamayol, and D. Juncker. Microfluidic Direct Writer with Integrated Declogging Mechanism for Fabricating Cell-Laden Hydrogel Constructs. Biomedical Microdevices, 16, 387-395 (2014).

40. D. Juncker, S. Bergeron, V. Laforte, and H. Li. Cross-Reactivity in Antibody Microarrays and Multiplexed Sandwich Assays: Shedding Light on the Dark Side of Multiplexing. Current Opinion In Chemical Biology, 18, 29-37 (2014).

39. S. G. Ricoult, G. Thompson-Steckel, J. P. Correia, T. E. Kennedy, and D. Juncker. Tuning Cell-Surface Affinity to Direct Cell Specific Responses to Patterned Proteins. Biomaterials, 35, 727–736 (2014).
Featured in Lab-on-a-Chip Highlights: Peter Tseng, Anja Kunze, Harsha Kittur and Dino Di Carlo. Microtechnologies for engineering the cellular environment. Lab on a Chip, 14, 1226-1229 (2014). 


33. G. Zhou, X. Mao, and D. Juncker. Immunochromatographic Assay on Thread. Analytical Chemistry, 84, 7736 - 7743 (2012).

32. K. Metera, K. Hanni, G. Zhou, M. Nayak, H. Bazzi, D. Juncker, and H. Sleiman. Luminescent Iridium(III)-Containing Block Copolymers: Self-Assembly into Biotin-Labeled Micelles for Biodetection Assays. ACS Macro Letters, 1, 954 - 959 (2012).

31. N. Pekas, Q. Zhang, and D. Juncker. Electrostatic Actuator with Liquid Metal–Elastomer Compliant Electrodes used for On-Chip Microvalving. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 22, 097001 (2012).

30. H. Li, S. Bergeron, and D. Juncker. Microarray-to-Microarray Transfer of Reagents by Snapping of Two Chips for Cross-Reactivity-Free Multiplex Immunoassays. Analytical Chemistry, 84, 4776-4783 (2012).
Featured in Chemical & Engineering News

29. S. G. Ricoult, J. S. Goldman, D. Stellwagen, D. Juncker, and T. E. Kennedy. Generation of MicroIsland Cultures using Microcontact Printing to Pattern Protein Substrates. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 208, 10 – 17 (2012)

28. M. Pla-Roca, R. F. Leulmi, S. Tourekhanova, E. Moreau, V. Laforte, S. Goselin, N. Bertos, M. Hallett, M. Park, and D. Juncker. Antibody Colocalization Microarray: A Scalable Technology for Multiplex Protein Analysis in Complex Samples. Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, 11, M111.011460 (2012).
Highlighted in the Montreal Gazette and syndicated in over 10 other news outlets in Canada
Also featured in online news and scientific websites including: McGill NewsroomScience DailyFuturityNanowerk, The Engineer OnlineTechnoratiFierce BiomarkersThe Times of India, and Forest Science News (in Japanese). 


22. C. M. Perrault, M. A. Qasaimeh, T. Brastaviceanu, K. Anderson, Y. Kabakibo, and D. Juncker. Integrated Microfluidic Probe Station. Review of Scientific Instruments, 81, 115107 (2010).

21. M. Mirzaei, M. Pla-Roca, R. Safavieh, E. Nazarova, M. Safavieh, H. Li, J. Vogel, and D. Juncker. Microfluidic Perfusion System for Culturing and Imaging Yeast Cell Microarrays and Rapidly Exchanging Media. Lab on a Chip, 10, 2449 - 2457 (2010).
See also profile on David Juncker Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 2323-2333 Emerging Investigators

20. J. Bourbeillon, S. Orchard, I. Benhar, C. Borrebaeck, A. de Daruvar, S. Dübel, R. Frank, F. Gibson, D. Gloriam, N. Haslam, T. Hiltker, I. Humphrey-Smith, M. Hust, D. Juncker, M. Koegl, Z. Konthur, B. Korn, S. Krobitsch, S. Muyldermans, P. Nygren, S. Palcy, B. Polic, H. Rodriguez, A. Sawyer, M. Schlapshy, M. Snyder, O. Stoevesandt, M. J. Taussig, M. Templin, M. Uhlen, S. van der Maarel, C. Wingren, H. Hermjakob, D. Sherman. Minimum Information About a Protein Affinity Reagent (MIAPAR). Nature Biotechnology, 28, 650-653 (2010).

19. M. Pla-Roca, R. F. Leulmi, H. Djambazian, S. Sundararajan, and D. Juncker. Addressable Nanowell Arrays Formed Using Reversibly Sealable Hybrid Elastomer-Metal Stencils. Analytical Chemistry, 82, 3848–3855 (2010).

18. R. Safavieh, M. Pla Roca, M. Qasaimeh, M. Mirzaei, and D. Juncker. Straight SU-8 Pins. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 20, 055001 (2010).

17. N. Pekas, Q. Zhang, M. Nannini, and D. Juncker. Wet-etching of Structures With Straight Facets and Adjustable Taper Into Glass Substrates. Lab on a Chip, 10, 494 - 498 (2010).

16. A. Queval, N. R. Ghattamaneni, C. M. Perrault, R. Gill, M. Mirzaei, R. A. McKinney, and D. Juncker. Chamber and Microfluidic Probe for Microperfusion of Organotypic Brain Slices. Lab on a Chip, 10, 326 - 334 (2010). 
See also Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 269 - 270, research highlights


15. C.M. Perrault, M.A. Qasaimeh, D. Juncker. The Microfluidic Probe: Operation and Use for Localized Surface Processing. Journal of Visualized Experiments, e1418, (2009).

14. R Mishra, S. K. Gupta, K. F. Meiri, M. Fong, P. Thostrup, D. Juncker and S. Mani. GAP-43 is key to mitotic spindle control and centrosome-based polarization in neurons. Cell Cycle, 7, 348-357 (2008).

13. S. Schmid, M. Wendlandt, D. Juncker, and C. Hierold. Nonconductive Polymer Microresonators Actuated by the Kelvin Polarisation Force. Applied Physics Letters, 89, 163506 (2006).

12. E. Delamarche, D. Juncker, and H. Schmid. Microfluidics for Processing Surfaces and Miniaturizing Biological Assays. Advanced Materials, 17, 2911 -2933 (2005).

11. D. Juncker, H. Schmid, and E. Delamarche. Multipurpose Microfluidic Probe. Nature Materials, 4, 622–628 (2005).
News in A-page magazine: 'Mobile Microfluidic Probe Unleashed', Anal. Chem. 77, 2005, 59A.

10. S. Oberti, A. Stemmer, D. Juncker, U. Dürig, and H. Schmid. Microsqueeze Force Sensor Useful as Contact-Free Profilometer and Viscometer. Applied Physics Letters, 86, 063508, 2005.

9. S. Cesaro-Tadic, G. Dernick, D. Juncker, G. Buurmann, H. Kropshofer, B. Michel, C. Fattinger, and E. Delamarche. High-Sensitivity Miniaturized Immunoassays for Tumor Necrosis Factor a Using Microfluidic Systems. Lab on a Chip, 4, 563-569 (2004).

8. M. Wolf, D. Juncker, B. Michel, P. Hunziker and E. Delamarche. Simultaneous Detection of C-Reactive Protein and Other Cardiac Markers in Human Plasma Using Micromosaic Immunoassays and Self-Regulating Microfluidic Networks. Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 19, 1193-1202 (2004).

7. D. Juncker, H. Schmid, U. Drechsler, H. Wolf, M. Wolf. B. Michel, N. de Rooij and E. Delamarche. Autonomous Microfluidic Capillary System. Anal Chem, 74, 6139-6144 (2002). 
News in A-page magazine, Microfluidics Takes a Page from the Trees, Anal. Chem. 75, 2003, 14A.

6. J.P. Renault, A. Bernard, D. Juncker, B. Michel, H. R. Bosshard, and E. Delamarche. Fabricating Microarrays of Functional Proteins Using Affinity Contact Printing. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 41, 2320-2323 (2002).

5. D. Juncker, H. Schmid, A. Bernard, I. Caelen, B. Michel, N. de Rooij and E. Delamarche. Soft and Rigid Two-Level Microfluidic Networks for Patterning Surfaces. Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 11, 532-541 (2001).

4. B. Michel, A. Bernard, A. Bietsch, E. Delamarche, M. Geissler, D. Juncker, H. Kind, J.-P. Renault, H. Rothuizen, H. Schmid, P. Schmidt-Winkel, R. Stutz, H. Wolf. Printing Meets Lithography: Soft Approaches to High Resolution Patterning. Chimia, 56, 527-542 (2001). (Reprint of the original article from the IBM J. Res. & Dev)

3. B. Michel, A. Bernard, A. Bietsch, E. Delamarche, M. Geissler, D. Juncker, H. Kind, J.-P. Renault, H. Rothuizen, H. Schmid, P. Schmidt-Winkel, R. Stutz, H. Wolf. Printing Meets Lithography: Soft Approaches to High Resolution Patterning. IBM Journal of Research & Development, 45, 697-719 (2001).

2. A. Papra, A. Bernard, D. Juncker, N. B. Larsen, B. Michel and E. Delamarche. Microfluidic Networks Made of Poly(dimethylsiloxane), Si, and Au coated with Polyethylene Glycol for Patterning Proteins onto Surfaces. Langmuir, 17, 4090-4095 (2001).

1. I. Caelen, A. Bernard, D. Juncker, B. Michel, H. Heinzelmann and E. Delamarche. Formation of Gradients of Proteins on Surfaces with Microfluidic Networks. Langmuir, 16, 9125-9130 (2001).

Book Chapters

Master & PhD Theses

13. Comparison of protein spot patterns as a function of patterning technique and substrate chemistry, Kathryn Clancy (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2016.

12. Novel antibody microarray technologies for multiplex protein analysis in complex samples, Huiyan Li (PhD - Biomedical Engineering), 2015.

11. Axonal Migration and Turning Investigated through Surface-bound Digital Nanodot Gradients, Sebastien Ricoult (PhD - Integrated Program in Neuroscience), 2015.

10. String microfluidics, Philippe DeCorwin-Martin (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2014. 

9. Rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria using a silver enhancement sandwich assay, Grant Ongo (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2014. 

8. Microfluidic quadrupoles and their applications in cell chemotaxis studies, Mohammad Qasaimeh (PhD - Biomedical Engineering), 2014.

7. Microfluidic capillary systems for microarraying and diagnostic applications, Hosseinali Safavieh (PhD - Biomedical Engineering), 2014.

6. Design and development of a high-throughput device to rapidly array Drosophila Melanogaster embryos, Katherine Turner (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2013.

5. Design and Fabrication of a Transparent Microfluidic Probe for Local Stimulation of Neurons, Adiel Mallik (Masters - Integrated Program in Neuroscience), 2013.

4. Assessment of optimization and validation of the antibody colocalization microarray, Ahmet Turkdogan (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2013.

3. Developing Microcontact and Nanocontact Printed Protein Techniques to Investigate Cell and Axon Migration, Sebastien Ricoult (Masters - Neurology & Neurosurgery), 2011.

2. Microfluidic probe for direct write of soft cell scaffolds, Setareh Ghorbanian-Masshadi (Masters - Biomedical Engineering), 2011.

1. Production of human Interleukin-7 in insect cells and fabrication of microfluidic systems for high throughput cell screening, Maryam Mirzaei (PhD - Biomedical Engineering), 2009.


11. R. Safavieh, D. Juncker
Yarn based microfluidic devices and use thereof, provisional patent, filed 30. October 2009

10. N. Pekas, D. Juncker, 
Electrostatic actuated and hydraulic transmission by stretchable electrodes made of liquid metal alloy, provisional patent, June 23 2009

9. N. Pekas, Q. Zhang, M. Nannini, D. Juncker, 
Method for controlling the cross-sectional profiles of structures etched in microstructurable substrates by controlling the rate of lateral removal of the protective mask, provisional patent, June 23 2009

8. D. Juncker, M. Pla
New protein microarray format, WPO patent filed 5 January 2009.

7. D. Juncker
New protein microarray format, provisional patent filed 2008.

6. D. Juncker, M. Nannini, V. Logiudice, 
Electronic microfluidic valves and manufacturing thereof, US provisional patent application No 60/864,268, filed 2006.

5. D. Juncker, E. Delamarche, H. Schmid
Capillary system for controlling the flow rate of fluids, US 2008/0003572A1

4. D. Juncker, E. Delamarche, H. Schmid, 
Confinement of fluids on surfaces US20050247673A1

3. D. Juncker, E. Delamarche, H. Schmid, B. Michel.

Method and Device for Flowing a Liquid on a Surface, WO04050246A1

2. D. Juncker, E. Delamarche, H. Schmid.

Confinement of Liquids on Surfaces, WO04050245A1

1. H. Schmid, D. Juncker, B. Michel, H. Wolf, and M. Geissler.

Patterning Mask and Method, US patent n° 2002/0166468 A1