Oliver Castell
TitleCited byYear
Constructing droplet interface bilayers from the contact of aqueous droplets in oil
S Leptihn, OK Castell, B Cronin, EH Lee, LCM Gross, DP Marshall, ...
Nature protocols 8 (6), 1048, 2013
842013
High-throughput optical sensing of nucleic acids in a nanopore array
S Huang, M Romero-Ruiz, OK Castell, H Bayley, MI Wallace
Nature nanotechnology 10 (11), 986-991, 2015
822015
Simple and versatile 3D printed microfluidics using fused filament fabrication
AJL Morgan, LH San Jose, WD Jamieson, JM Wymant, B Song, ...
PloS one 11 (4), 2016
812016
Liquid–liquid phase separation: characterisation of a novel device capable of separating particle carrying multiphase flows
OK Castell, CJ Allender, DA Barrow
Lab on a Chip 9 (3), 388-396, 2009
792009
Quantification of membrane protein inhibition by optical ion flux in a droplet interface bilayer array
OK Castell, J Berridge, MI Wallace
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (13), 3134-3138, 2012
482012
Dynamic tuneable G protein-coupled receptor monomer-dimer populations
PM Dijkman, OK Castell, AD Goddard, JC Munoz-Garcia, C De Graaf, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-14, 2018
412018
Novel biphasic separations utilising highly selective molecularly imprinted polymers as biorecognition solvent extraction agents
OK Castell, CJ Allender, DA Barrow
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 22 (4), 526-533, 2006
342006
Dynamic and reversible control of 2D membrane protein concentration in a droplet interface bilayer
LCM Gross, OK Castell, MI Wallace
Nano letters 11 (8), 3324-3328, 2011
282011
Bilayer networks within a hydrogel shell: a robust chassis for artificial cells and a platform for membrane studies
DK Baxani, AJL Morgan, WD Jamieson, CJ Allender, DA Barrow, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (46), 14240-14245, 2016
252016
Current practices for describing the performance of molecularly imprinted polymers can be misleading and may be hampering the development of the field
OK Castell, DA Barrow, AR Kamarudin, CJ Allender
Journal of Molecular Recognition 24 (6), 1115-1122, 2011
252011
Split ring resonator technique for compositional analysis of solvents in microcapillary systems
A Masood, O Castell, DA Barrow, C Allender, A Porch
The Proceedings of MicroTAS 2008 Conference, San Diego, 1636-1638, 2008
212008
Continuous molecular enrichment in microfluidic systems
OK Castell, CJ Allender, DA Barrow
Lab on a Chip 8 (7), 1031-1033, 2008
212008
A microfabricated graphitic carbon column for high performance liquid chromatography
DA Barrow, OK Castell, N Sykes, P Myers, H Ritchie
Journal of Chromatography A 1218 (15), 1983-1987, 2011
152011
Microwave compositional analysis of solvent matrices in microcapillary manifold systems
R Göritz, A Masood, O Castell, DA Barrow, C Allender, A Porch
Proc. MicroTAS, 1689-1691, 2007
72007
Single molecule fluorescence for membrane proteins
OK Castell, PM Dijkman, DN Wiseman, AD Goddard
Methods 147, 221-228, 2018
62018
A glimpse of the inner workings of the templated site
CJ Allender, OK Castell, PR Davies, S Fiddy, J Hedin-Dahlström, ...
Chemical communications, 165-167, 2009
52009
A glimpse of the inner workings of the templated site
CJ Allender, OK Castell, PR Davies, S Fiddy, J Hedin-Dahlström, ...
Chemical communications, 165-167, 2009
52009
Positive functional synergy of structurally integrated artificial protein dimers assembled by Click chemistry
HL Worthy, HS Auhim, WD Jamieson, JR Pope, A Wall, R Batchelor, ...
Communications Chemistry 2 (1), 1-12, 2019
22019
Formation of Polarized, Functional Artificial Cells from Compartmentalized Droplet Networks and Nanomaterials, Using One‐Step, Dual‐Material 3D‐Printed Microfluidics
J Li, DK Baxani, WD Jamieson, W Xu, VG Rocha, DA Barrow, OK Castell
Advanced Science 7 (1), 1901719, 2020
12020
An encapsulated droplet interface bilayer array for the high-throughput optical measurement of lipid membranes with single bilayer resolution
DK Baxani, WD Jamieson, DA Barrow, OK Castell
Biophysical Journal 114 (3), 686a, 2018
12018
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