A novel high-throughput multi-parameter flow cytometry based method for monitoring and rapid characterization of microbiome dynamics in anaerobic systems Dhoble, A. S., Bekal, S., Dolatowski, W., Yanz, C., Lambert, K. N. & Bhalerao, K. D. Nov 1 2016 In : Bioresource Technology. 220, p. 566-571 6 p.
A novel flavivirus in the soybean cyst nematode Bekal, S., Domier, L. L., Gonfa, B., McCoppin, N. K., Lambert, K. N. & Bhalerao, K. 2014 In : Journal of General Virology. 95, PART 6, p. 1272-1280 9 p.
Effect of variability in lighting and temperature environments for mature gilts housed in gestation crates on measures of reproduction and animal well-being Canaday, D. C., Salak-Johnson, J. L., Visconti, A. M., Wang, X., Bhalerao, K. & Knox, R. V. Mar 2013 In : Journal of Animal Science. 91, 3, p. 1225-1236 12 p.
Hidden hysteresis - population dynamics can obscure gene network dynamics Poisson, P. & Bhalerao, K. D. Jun 24 2013 In : Journal of Biological Engineering. 7, 1, 16
A positive feedback-based gene circuit to increase the production of a membrane protein Bansal, K., Yang, K., Nistala, G. J., Gennis, R. B. & Bhalerao, K. D. May 25 2010 In : Journal of Biological Engineering. 4, 6
A modular positive feedback-based gene amplifier Nistala, G. J., Wu, K., Rao, C. V. & Bhalerao, K. D. Apr 26 2010 In : Journal of Biological Engineering. 4, 4
Thin layer chromatography and image analysis to detect glycerol in biodiesel Bansal, K., McCrady, J., Hansen, A. & Bhalerao, K. Nov 2008 In : Fuel. 87, 15-16, p. 3369-3372 4 p.
A folic acid-based functionalized surface for biosensor systems Bhalerao, K. D., Lee, S. C., Soboyejo, W. O. & Soboyejo, A. B. O. Jan 2007 In : Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. 18, 1, p. 3-8 6 p.
Membrane thickness design of implantable bio-MEMS sensors for the in-situ monitoring of blood flow Steeves, C. A., Young, Y. L., Liu, Z., Bapat, A., Bhalerao, K., Soboyejo, A. B. O. & Soboyejo, W. O. Jan 2007 In : Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. 18, 1, p. 25-37 13 p.
An investigation of the effects of mix strength on the fracture and fatigue behavior of concrete mortar Lou, J., Bhalerao, K., Soboyejo, A. B. O. & Soboyejo, W. O. Nov 2006 In : Journal of Materials Science. 41, 21, p. 6973-6977 5 p.
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