A guide for the characterization of organic electrochemical transistors and channel materials

Year:2023 DOI:10.1039/D2CS00920J
Authors: Sahika Inal, Victor Druet, David  Ohayon

Convection Driven Ultrarapid Protein Detection via Nanobody‐Functionalized Organic Electrochemical Transistors

Year:2022 DOI:10.1002/adma.202202972
Authors: Sahika Inal, Stefan T Arold, Raik Grünberg, Iain McCulloch, Adam Marks, Maximilian Moser, Escarlet Diaz‐Galicia, Adel Hama, Luca Salvigni, Raphaela Silva, Keying Guo, Shofarul Wustoni, Anil Koklu
SARS-CoV-2 Organic electrochemical transistors nanobodies Biosensors alternating current electrokinetics/electrohydrodynamics

An organic electrochemical transistor integrated photodetector for high quality photoplethysmogram signal acquisitio

Year:2022 DOI:10.1002/adfm.202211479
Authors: Sahika Inal, Derya Baran, Iain McCulloch, Rawad K. Hallani, Maximilian Moser, Luis Huerta Hernandez, Yongcao Zhang, Diego Rosas Villalva, Anil Koklu, Yizhou Zhong
photoplethysmograms organic photodiodes Organic electrochemical transistors integrated sensors

Simultaneous Performance and Stability Improvement of a p-Type Organic Electrochemical

Year:2022 DOI:10.1021/acs.chemmater.2c00632
Authors: Sahika Inal, Iain McCulloch, Alberto Salleo, Prem Depan Nayak, Camila Cendra, Maximilian Moser, Tania Cecilia Hidalgo Castillo
Additives Polymers Electrolytes Electrodes Stability

Reversible electrochemical charging of n-type conjugated polymer electrodes in aqueous electrolytes

Year:2021 DOI:10.1021/jacs.1c06713
Authors: A.A. Szumska, I.P. Maria, L.Q. Flagg, A. Savva, (…), S. Inal, D.S. Ginger, A. Giovannitti, J. Nelson
Electrolytes Conjugated polymers Polymer electrodes Electrochemical process Aqueous electrolytes

Decoding electrophysiological signals with organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/mabi.202100187
Authors: Y. Zhong, A. Saleh, S. Inal
Electrophysiology Organic bioelectronics Organic electrochemical transistor PEDOT:PSS

Integration of organic electrochemical transistors with implantable probes

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/admt.202100763
Authors: S. Han, A.G. Polyravas, S. Wustoni, S. Inal, G.G. Malliaras
Implantable electrodes Organic electrochemical transistors Transconductance

Organic electrochemical transistors for biosensing

Authors: S. Inal
Biosensing Organic electrochemical transistors Conjugated polymers Biological systems

Patent: Inkjet-printed electrochemical metabolite sensors

Authors: S. Inal, E. Bihar
Inkjet-printed sensors Electrodes Metabolites Bacterial metabolites

Advances in bioelectronics: Materials, devices, and translational applications

Year:2021 DOI:10.1063/5.0060323
Authors: M. Rolandi, A. Noy, S. Inal, J. Rivnay
Bioelectronics Translational applications Materials science

Regiochemistry-driven organic electrochemical transistor performance enhancement in ethylene glycol-functionalized polythiophenes

Year:2021 DOI:10.1021/jacs.1c03516
Authors: R.K. Hallani, B.D. Paulsen, A.J. Petty, R. Sheelamanthula, M. Moser, K.J. Thorley, W. Sohn, R.B. Rashid, A. Savva, S. Moro, (…), S. Inal, G. Costantini, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch
Electrochemical doping Electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance Ethylene glycol Organic electrochemical transistors

Tailoring electropolymerized poly (3, 4‐ethylenedioxythiophene) films for oxygen reduction reaction

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/admt.202100277
Authors: P.D. Nayak, D. Ohayon, S. Wustoni, S. Inal
Doping Electropolymerization Hydrogen peroxide Oxygen reduction reaction PEDOT

Rapid single-molecule detection of COVID-19 and MERS antigens via nanobody-functionalized organic electrochemical transistors

Authors: K. Guo, S. Wustoni, A. Koklu, E. Díaz-Galicia, M. Moser, A. Hama, A.A. Alqahtani, A.N. Ahmad, F.S. Alhamlan, M. Shuaib, A. Pain, I. McCulloch, S.T. Arold, R. Grünberg, S. Inal
COVID-19 Single-Domain Antibodies Antigens Organic electrochemical transistors

Mixed conduction in an n‐type organic semiconductor in the absence of hydrophilic side‐chains

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/adfm.202010165
Authors: J. Surgailis, A. Savva, V. Druet, B.D. Paulsen, R. Wu, D. Ohayon, G. Nikiforidis, X. Chen, I. McCulloch, J. Rivnay, S. Inal
Capacitance In operando n-type Organic electrochemical transistors Organic mixed conductors

Controlling electrochemically induced volume changes in conjugated polymers by chemical design: from theory to devices

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/adfm.202100723
Authors: M. Moser, J. Gladisch, S. Ghosh, T.C. Hidalgo, (…), S. Inal, M. Berggren, I. Zozoulenko, E. Stavrinidou, I. McCulloch
Bioelectronics Electrochemical swelling MD simulations Organic electrochemical transistors Organic mixed ionic-electronic conductors

The effect of alkyl spacers on the mixed ionic‐electronic conduction properties of n‐type polymers

Year:2021 DOI:10.1002/adfm.202008718
Authors: I.P. Maria, B.D. Paulsen, A. Savva, D. Ohayon, R. Wu, R. Hallani, A. Basu, W. Du, T.D. Anthopoulos, S. Inal, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch, A. Giovannitti
N-type polymers Mixed ionic–electronic conduction Organic bioelectronics Organic electrochemical transistors

Microfluidic integrated organic electrochemical transistor with a nanoporous membrane for amyloid-β detection

Year:2021 DOI:10.1021/acsnano.0c09893
Authors: A. Koklu, S. Wustoni, V.E. Musteata, D. Ohayon, M. Moser, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Amyloid-β Organic electrochemical transistor Microfluidics Isoporous membrane Biosensors

Influence of side chains on the n-type organic electrochemical transistor performance

Year:2021 DOI:10.1021/acsami.0c18599
Authors: D. Ohayon, A. Savva, W. Du, B.D. Paulsen, I. Uguz, R.S. Ashraf, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Organic bioelectronics N-type polymers Side chain Electron mobility Organic electrochemical transistor

The effect of the donor moiety of DPP based polymers on the performance of organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2021 DOI:10.1039/D1TC02994K
Authors: Y. Wang, A. Hamidi-Sakr, J. Surgailis, Y. Zhou, H. Liao, J. Chen, G. Zhu, Z. Li, S. Inal, W. Yue
Acceptor Conjugated polymers Mobility

A nanobody-functionalized organic electrochemical transistor for the rapid detection of SARS-CoV-2 and MERS antigens at the physical limit

Year:2021 DOI:10.1101/2020.11.12.20228874
Authors: I. McCulloch, K. Guo, S. Wustoni, A. Koklu, M. Moser, S. Inal
COVID-19 SARS Virus Single-Domain Antibodies Antigens Single-molecule detection

MXene improves the stability and electrochemical performance of electropolymerized PEDOT films

Year:2020 DOI:10.1063/5.0023187
Authors: S. Wustoni, A. Saleh, J.K. El-Demellawi, A. Koklu, A. Hama, V. Druet, N. Wehbe, Y. Zhang, S. Inal
Electrochemical sensors PEDOT Conductive substrates Stability Continuous cell culture

Redox-active polymers in biofuel cells

Year:2020 DOI:10.1039/9781788019743-00332
Authors: G. Nikiforidis, S. Inal
Biological fuel cells Enzyme electrodes Polymers Redox reactions Implantable electronic devices

Polaron delocalization in donor‐acceptor polymers and its impact on organic electrochemical transistor performance

Year:2020 DOI:10.1002/ange.202014078
Authors: M. Moser, A. Savva, K. Thorley, B.D. Paulsen, T. C. Hidalgo, D. Ohayon, H. Chen, (...), S. Inal, I. McCulloch
Donor-acceptor copolymers Organic electrochemical transistors Polaron delocalization Polymers Semiconductors

Microfluidics integrated n-type organic electrochemical transistor for metabolite sensing

Year:2020 DOI:10.1016/j.snb.2020.129251
Authors: A. Koklu, D. Ohayon, S. Wustoni, A. Hama, X. Chen, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Organic electrochemical transistors Microfluidics Metabolite sensing Organic bioelectronics

Organic bioelectronics: From functional materials to next‐generation devices and power sources

Year:2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202001439
Authors: D. Ohayon, S. Inal
Biosensors Capacitors Conjugated polymers Mixed conduction Organic bioelectronics

Side chain redistribution as a strategy to boost organic electrochemical transistor performance and stability

Year:2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.202002748
Authors: M. Moser, T.C. Hidalgo, J. Surgailis, J. Gladisch, S. Ghosh, R. Sheelamanthula, S. Inal, I. McCulloch
Bioelectronics Ethylene‐glycol‐functionalized polymers Mixed ionic–electronic conduction Organic electrochemical transistors

Inkjet-printed Ti3C2Tx MXene electrodes for multimodal cutaneous biosensing

Authors: A. Saleh, S. Wustoni, E. Bihar, J. El-Demellawi, Y. Zhang, A. Hama, V. Druet, A. Yudhanto, G. Lubineau, S. Inal
2D materials Biocompatibility MXene-based inks Sensors Hydrophilicity

Benchmarking the performance of electropolymerized Poly (3, 4 ethylenedioxythiophene) electrodes for neural interfacing

Year:2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/mabi.202000215
Authors: G. Nikiforidis, S. Wustoni, C. Routier, A. Hama, A. Koklu, A. Saleh, N. Steiner, V. Druet, H. Fiumelli, S. Inal
Conducting polymer Electropolymerization Microelectrode array Neuronal interface Poly(3,4‐ethylenedioxythiophene)

Fully inkjet‐printed, ultrathin and conformable organic photovoltaics as power source based on cross‐linked PEDOT: PSS electrodes

Year:2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.202000226
Authors: E. Bihar, D. Corzo, T.C. Hidalgo, D. Rosas‐Villalva, K.N. Salama, S. Inal, D. Baran
Inkjet printing Non fullerene Organic solar cells P3HT PEDOT:PSS

A self-standing organic supercapacitor to power bioelectronic devices

Authors: G. Nikiforidis, S. Wuston, D. Ohayon, V. Druet, S. Inal
Organic supercapacitor Electro polymerization PEDOT Ararose hydrogel Electrochemical transistor

Ethylene glycol-based side chain length engineering in polythiophenes and its impact on organic electrochemical transistor performance

Authors: M. Moser, L.R. Savagian, A. Savva, M. Matta, J.F. Ponder Jr, S. Inal, I. McCulloch
Molecular dynamics Ethylene glycol Chain length Organic electrochemical transistors Semiconducting polymers

Water stable molecular n-doping produces organic electrochemical transistors with high transconductance and record stability

Authors: A.F. Paterson, A. Savva, S. Wustoni, L. Tsetseris, B.D. Paulsen, H. Faber, A.H. Emwas, S. Inal
Molecular stability Electrochemical method Molecular analysis Measurement method Polymer

Monitoring supported lipid bilayers with n-type organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2020 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/D0MH00548G
Authors: M. Kawan, T.C. Hidalgo, W. Du, A.M. Pappa, R. Owens, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Pedotpss films Ion-channel Membrane Gramicidin Surfaces Adsorption Dynamics

Tailoring PEDOT properties for applications in bioelectronics

Year:2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mser.2020.100546
Authors: Mary J. Donahue, Ana Sanchez-Sanchez, Sahika Inal, Jing Qu, Roisin M. Owense, David Mecerreyes, George G. Malliaras, David C. Martin
Bioelectronics PEDOT Conducting polymer Material properties Biointerfacing applications

Balancing ionic and electronic conduction for high‐performance organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2020 DOI:10.1002/adfm.201907657
Authors: Achilleas Savva, Rawad Hallani, Camila Cendra, Jokubas Surgailis, Tania C. Hidalgo, Shofarul Wustoni, Rajendar Sheelamanthula, Xingxing Chen, Mindaugas Kirkus, Alexander Giovannitti, Alberto Salleo, Iain McCulloch, Sahika Inal
Atomic force microscopy Conjugated polymers Mixed ionic–electronic conduction Organic bioelectronics Organic electrochemical transistors

In situ electrochemical synthesis of a conducting polymer composite for multimetabolite sensing

Year:2020 DOI:10.1002/admt.201900943
Authors: Shofarul Wustoni, Tania C. Hidalgo, Adel Hama, Achilleas Savva, Nini Wei, Nimer Wehbe, Sahika Inal
Biosensors Conducting polymers Electropolymerization Enzymes Organic electrochemical transistors

A paper-based inkjet-printed PEDOT:PSS/ZnO sol-gel hydrazine sensor

Authors: Tutku Beduk, Eloise Bihar, Sandeep G.Surya, Aminta N.Castillo, Sahika Inal, Khaled N.Salama
Inkjet printing Paper electronics Zinc oxide Sol–gel Point-of-care sensor PEDOT:PSS Hydrazine sensor

The key role of side chain linkage in structure formation and mixed conduction of ethylene glycol substituted polythiophenes

Authors: Philip Schmode, Achilleas Savva, Robert Kahl, David  Ohayon, Florian Meichsner, Oleksandr Dolynchuk, Thomas Thurn-Albrecht, Sahika Inal, Mukundan Thelakkat
Bioelectronics Organic electrochemical transistors Polythiophenes Mixed conductors Side-chain engineering

Biomembrane-based organic electronic devices for ligand–receptor binding studies

Authors: Han-Yuan Liu, Anna-Maria Pappa, Tania Cecilia Hidalgo, Sahika Inal, Rόisín M. Owens, Susan Daniel
Bioelectronics Biosensor PEDOT:PSS Protein recognition Supported lipid bilayers

Laser-scribed graphene electrodes derived from lignin for biochemical sensing

Year:2019 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1021/acsanm.9b01795
Authors: Yongjiu Lei, Aya H. Alshareef, Wenli Zhao, Sahika Inal
Lignosulfonate Laser-scribed graphene High conductivity Biosensor MXene

BMP-2 functionalized PEDOT:PSS-based OECTs for stem cell osteogenic differentiation monitoring

Authors: Francesco Decataldo, Victor Druet, Anna-Maria Pappa, Ellasia Tan, Achilleas Savva, Charalampos Pitsalidis, Sahika Inal, Ji-Seon Kim, Beatrice Fraboni, Róisín M Owens, Donata Iandolo
Bioelectronics Biosensors In vito models OECT PEDOT:PSS Stem cell

Biofuel powered glucose detection in bodily fluids with an n-type conjugated polymer

Year:2019 DOI:10.1038/s41563-019-0556-4
Authors: D. Ohayon, G. Nikiforidis, A. Savva, A. Giugni, S. Wustoni, T. Palanisamy, X. Chen, I. Petruta Maria, E. Di Fabrizio, P.M.F.J. Costa, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Glucose sensors Metabolites Autonomous detection Conjugated polymers

Enhancing the charge extraction and stability of perovskite solar cells using strontium titanate (SrTiO3) electron transport layer

Year:2019 DOI:https://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/acsaem.9b01567
Authors: M. Neophytou, M. De Bastiani, N. Gasparini, E. Aydin, E. Ugur, A. Seitkhan, F. Moruzzi, Y. Choaie, A.J. Ramadan, J.R. Troughton, R. Hallani, A.S. Tsetseris, S. Inal, D. Baran, F. Laquai, T.D. Anthopoulos, H.J. Snaith, S. De Wolf, I. McCulloch
Strontium titanate Perovskite solar cells Electron transport layers Photovoltaic device stability Charge extraction Oxide perovskites

Facile generation of biomimetic-supported lipid bilayers on conducting polymer surfaces for membrane biosensing

Authors: Hui Su, Han-Yuan Liu, Anna-Maria Pappa, Tania Cecilia Hidalgo, Priscila Cavassin, Sahika Inal, Róisín M. Owens, Susan Daniel
Organic bioelectronics Toxin Antibiotic Membrane Lipid

Solvent engineering for high‐performance n‐Type organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2019 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/aelm.201900249
Authors: A. Savva, D. Ohayon, J. Surgailis, A.F. Paterson, T.C. Hidalgo, X. Chen, I.P. Maria, B.D. Paulsen, A.J. Petty II, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Bioelectronics Biosensors n‐Type conjugated polymers Organic electrochemical transistors Solvent engineering

High-performance organic electrochemical transistors based on conjugated polyelectrolyte copolymers

Authors: P. Schmode, D. Ohayon, P.M. Reichstein, A. Savva, S. Inal, M. Thelakkat
Organic electrochemical transistors Conductive plastics Polyelectrolytes Volumetric capacitance

Membrane‐free detection of metal cations with an organic electrochemical transistor

Authors: S. Wustoni, C. Combe, D. Ohayon, M.H. Akhtar, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Bioelectronics Conjugated polymer Crown ether Ion sensor Organic electrochemical transistor

​On the role of contact resistance and electrode modification in organic electrochemical transistors

Authors: A.F. Paterson, H. Faber, A. Savva, G. Nikiforidis, M. Gedda, T.C. Hidalgo, X. Chen, I. McCulloch, T.D. Anthopoulos, S. Inal
Contact resistance Electrode modification Morphology/organic semiconductors Organic electrochemical transistors Self‐assembled monolayers

An organic electrochemical transistor integrated with a molecularly selective isoporous membrane for amyloid-β detection

Authors: Sh. Wustoni, Sh. Wang, J.R. Alvarez, T.C. Hidalgo, S.P.Nunes, S. Inal
Organic electrochemical transistor Bioelectronics Nanoporous membrane Biosensor Amyloid-β

​Digital inkjet printing of high-efficiency large-area nonfullerene organic solar cells

Authors: D. Corzo, K. Almasabi, E. Bihar, S. Macphee, D. Rosas‐Villalva, N. Gasparini, S. Inal, D. Baran
High-efficiency Inkjet printing Nonfullerene Nonhalogenated Organic solar cells

​An electrocorticography device with an integrated microfluidic ion pump for simultaneous neural recording and electrophoretic drug delivery in vivo

Year:2019 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adbi.201800270
Authors: C.M. Proctor, I. Uguz, A. Slezia, V. Curto, S. Inal, A. Williamson, G.G. Malliaras
Bioelectronics Drug delivery Electrocorticography Electrophoretic Neuroengineering

Highly selective chromoionophores for ratiometric Na+ sensing based on an oligoethyleneglycol bridged bithiophene detection unit

Year:2019 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/C8TC06000B
Authors: M. Moser, K.J. Thorley, F. Moruzzi, J.F. Ponder, I.P. Maria, A. Giovannitti, S. Inal, I. McCulloch
Chromoionophores Sodium ion concentrations

Role of the anion on the transport and structure of organic mixed conductors

Authors: C. Cendra, A. Giovannitti, A. Savva, V. Venkatraman, I. McCulloch, A. Salleo, S. Inal, J. Rivnay
Bioelectronics Doping Organic mixed conductors Structure–property relationships

The influence of water on the performance of organic electrochemical transistors

Authors: A. Savva, C. Cendra, A. Giugni, B. Torre, J. Surgailis, D. Ohayon, A. Giovannitti, I. McCulloch, E. Di Fabrizio, A. Salleo, J. Rivnay, S. Inal
Organic electrochemical transistors Biological materials Mixed conductors

​A fully inkjet-printed disposable glucose sensor on paper

Authors: E. Bihar, S. Wustoni, A.M. Pappa, K.N. Salama, D. Baran, S. Inal
Glucose sensor Metabolite levels PEDOT:PSS All-polymer biosensor

Visualizing the solid–liquid interface of conjugated copolymer films using fluorescent liposomes

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/acsabm.8b00323
Authors: Y. Zhang, A. Savva, S. Wustoni, A. Hama, I.P. Maria, A. Giovannitti, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Conjugated polymer Ethylene glycol Fluorescence recovery after photobleaching N-type organic semiconductor

Transistor in a tube: A route to three-dimensional bioelectronics

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat4253
Authors: C. Pitsalidis, M.P. Ferro, D. Iandolo, L. Tzounis, S. Inal, R.M. Owens
Biomimetic processes Conducting polymers Transistor characteristics Scaffolds (biology)

​Fully printed all-polymer tattoo/textile electronics for electromyography

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1088/2058-8585/aadb56
Authors: E. Bihar, T. Roberts, Y. Zhang, E. Ismailova, T. Hervé, G.G. Malliaras, J.B. De Graaf, S. Inal, M. Saadaoui
Electrophysiology Inkjet printing Organic electronics Tattoo Textile

Improving the compatibility of diketopyrrolopyrrole semiconducting polymers for biological interfacing by lysine attachment

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b02804
Authors: W. Du, D. Ohayon, C. Combe, L. Mottier, I.P. Maria, R.S. Ashraf, H. Fiumelli, S. Inal, I. McCulloch
Semiconducting films Biological applications Lysine side chains Semiconducting thin films

​Enzyme‐free detection of glucose with a hybrid conductive gel electrode

Authors: S. Wustoni, A. Savva, R. Sun, E. Bihar, S. Inal
Conductive gels Glucose sensors Organic electrochemical transistors PEDOT:PSS Phenylboronic acid

Conjugated polymers in bioelectronics

Authors: S. Inal, J. Rivnay, A.O. Suiu, G.G. Malliaras, I. McCulloch
Organic electrochemical transistors Conducting polymer Stimulation Scaffold

Direct metabolite detection with an n-type accumulation mode organic electrochemical transistor

Authors: A.M. Pappa, D. Ohayon, A. Giovannitti, I. Petruta Maria, A. Savva, I. Uguz, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch, R.M. Owens, S. Inal
Electrochemical electrodes Electrochemical reversibility Organic electrochemical transistors

The role of the side chain on the performance of N-type conjugated polymers in aqueous electrolytes

Authors: A. Giovannitti, I.P. Maria, D. Hanifi, M.J. Donahue, (...), O.G. Reid, S. Inal, G. Rumbles, G.G. Malliaras, J. Nelson, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch
Conjugated polymers Electrolytes Aqueous electrolyte Polar side chains Polymer backbones

Organic electrochemical transistors

Authors: J. Rivnay, S. Inal, A. Salleo, R.M. Owens, M. Berggren, G.G. Malliaras
Transistors Organic electrochemical transistors Biological materials Electronic charges

Ionic-to-electronic coupling efficiency in PEDOT: PSS films operated in aqueous electrolytes

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/c8tc02195c
Authors: A. Savva, S. Wustoni, S. Inal
Bacteriophages Electrolytes Thick films Aqueous electrolyte Electron coupling

Lipid bilayer formation on organic electronic materials

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/c8tc00370j
Authors: Y. Zhang, S. Wustoni, A. Savva, A. Giovannitti, I. McCulloch, S. Inal
Electronic transducer Lipid bilayer formations Electron transporting Biological membranes

Smaller counter cation for higher transconductance in anionic conjugated polyelectrolytes

Year:2018 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/macp.201700374
Authors: M.M. Schmidt, M. ElMahmoudy, G.G. Malliaras, S. Inal, M. Thelakkat
Conjugated polyelectrolytes

Benchmarking organic mixed conductors for transistors

Year:2017 DOI:DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-01812-w
Authors: S. Inal, G.G. Malliaras, J. Rivnay
Electrochemical transistors Conjugated polymer Charge-transport Polyaniline

​A microfluidic ion pump for in vivo drug delivery

Year:2017 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adma.201701217
Authors: I. Uguz, C.M. Proctor, V.F. Curto, A.M. Pappa, M.J. Donahue, M. Ferro, R.M. Owens, D. Khodagholy, S. Inal, G.G. Malliaras
Organic bioelectronics Organic electronic ion pumps PEDOT:PSS

Conducting polymer scaffolds for hosting and monitoring 3D cell culture

Year:2017 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adbi.201700052
Authors: S. Inal, A. Hama, M. Ferro, C. Pitsalidis, J. Oziat, D. Iandolo, A. Pappa, M. Hadida, M. Huerta, D. Marchat, P. Mailley, R.M. Owens
Polymer 3D cell culture

​Polyelectrolyte layer-by-layer assembly on organic electrochemical transistors

Year:2017 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b15522
Authors: A.M. Pappa, S. Inal, K. Roy, Y. Zhang, C. Pitsalidis, A. Hama, J. Pas, G.G. Malliaras, R.M. Owens
Conducting polymer Layer-by-layer Nucleic acid Organic transistor Polyelectrolyte

​Tailoring the electrochemical and mechanical properties of PEDOT: PSS films for bioelectronics

Authors: M. El Mahmoudy, S. Inal, A. Charrier, I. Uguz, G.G. Malliaras, S. Sanaur
Cross-linker Organic bioelectronics Organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) Poly(3, 4-ethylenedioxythiophene):polystyrene sulfonate (PEDOT:PSS) Thin films Young's modulus

Autoclave sterilization of PEDOT: PSS electrophysiology devices

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201600870
Authors: I. Uguz, M. Ganji, A. Hama, A. Tanaka, S. Inal, A. Youssef, R.M. Owens, P.P. Quilichini, A. Ghestem, C. Bernard, S.A. Dayeh, G.G. Malliaras
Conducting polymers Electrophysiology Organic bioelectronics

​Conducting polymer scaffolds for electrical control of cellular functions (Conference Presentation)

Year:2016 DOI:DOI:10.1117/12.2238526
Authors: S. Inal, A.M. Wan, T.V. Williams, E.P. Giannelis, C. Fischbach-Teschl, D. Gourdon, R.M. Owens, G.G. Malliaras
Polymer Cellular functions 2D/3D cell culture Organic electrochemical transistor

Controlling the mode of operation of organic transistors through side-chain engineering

Authors: A. Giovannitti, D.T. Sbircea, S. Inal, C.B. Nielsen, E. Bandiello, D.A. Hanifi, M. Sessolo, G.G. Malliaras, I. McCulloch, J. Rivnay
Electrochemical transistor Organic electronics Semiconducting polymers

​Supported lipid bilayer assembly on PEDOT: PSS films and transistors

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201602123
Authors: Y. Zhang, S. Inal, C.Y. Hsia, M. Ferro, S. Daniel, R.M. Owens
Bioelectronics OECT PEDOT:PSS Supported lipid bilayers Vesicle fusion

​Electroconductive hydrogel based on functional poly (ethylenedioxy thiophene)

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.6b01298
Authors: D. Mawad, A. Artzy-Schnirman, J. Tonkin, J. Ramos, S. Inal, M.M. Mahat, N. Darwish, L. Zwi-Dantsis, G.G. Malliaras, J.J. Gooding, A. Lauto, M.M. Stevens
Electroactive hydrogels Pendant groups Physiological condition Ethylene Sulfur compounds

​Bioelectronic neural pixel: Chemical stimulation and electrical sensing at the same site

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1604231113
Authors: A. Jonsson, S. Inal, I. Uguz, A.J. Williamson, L. Kergoat, J. Rivnay, D. Khodagholy, M. Berggren, C. Bernard, G.G. Malliaras, D.T. Simon
Controlled delivery Electrophysiology Epilepsy Organic electronics Therapy

​Structural control of mixed ionic and electronic transport in conducting polymers

Authors: J. Rivnay, S. Inal, B.A. Collins, M. Sessolo, E. Stavrinidou, X. Strakosas, C. Tassone, D.M. Delongchamp, G.G. Malliaras
Polymer Structural control Ion transport Electronic transport Transport and binding phenomena

​Organic electrochemical transistors based on PEDOT with different anionic polyelectrolyte dopants

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/polb.23938
Authors: S. Inal, J. Rivnay, A.I. Hofmann, I. Uguz, M. Mumtaz, D. Katsigiannopoulos, C. Brochon, E. Cloutet, G. Hadziioannou, G.G. Malliaras
Electrochemical Mixed conductivity PEDOT:PSS Polyanion Transistor

​N-type organic electrochemical transistors with stability in water

Authors: A. Giovannitti, C.B. Nielsen, D.T. Sbircea, S. Inal, M. Donahue, M.R. Niazi, D.A. Hanifi, A. Amassian, G.G. Malliaras, J. Rivnay, I. McCulloch
Electrochemistry Electronic devices Organic electrochemical transistors

​Optical study of electrochromic moving fronts for the investigation of ion transport in conducting polymers

Year:2016 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/c5tc04354a
Authors: S. Inal, G.G. Malliaras, J. Rivnay
Conducting polymers Conjugated polymers Electrochromism Polymer films Redox reactions

Controlling epileptiform activity with organic electronic ion pumps

Year:2015 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/adma.201500482
Authors: A. Williamson, J. Rivnay, L. Kergoat, A. Jonsson, S. Inal, I. Uguz, M. Ferro, A. Ivanov, T.A. Sjöström, D.T. Simon, M. Berggren, G.G. Malliaras, C. Bernard
Neuroengineering Organic bioelectronics Organic electronic ion pumps PEDOT:PSS

​3D conducting polymer platforms for electrical control of protein conformation and cellular functions

Year:2015 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/c5tb00390c
Authors: A.M.D. Wan, S. Inal, T. Williams, K. Wang, P. Leleux, L. Estevez, E.P. Giannelis, C. Fischbach, G.G. Malliaras, D. Gourdon
Conducting polymersv Electrical control Protein conformation Cell culture Proteins

A high transconductance accumulation mode electrochemical transistor

Authors: S. Inal, J. Rivnay, P. Leleux, M. Ferro, M. Ramuz, J.C. Brendel, M.M. Schmidt, M. Thelakkat, G.G. Malliaras
Accumulation modes Electrochemical transistors Organic electrochemical transistors Absorption spectroscopy Transconductance

​In situ formation of heterojunctions in modified graphitic carbon nitride: Synthesis and noble metal free photocatalysis

Authors: M. Shalom, M. Guttentag, C. Fettkenhauer, S. Inal, D. Neher, A. Llobet, M. Antonietti
Carbon Heterojunctions Photocatalysis Graphitic carbon nitrides In-situ formations

SiO 2/carbon nitride composite materials: The role of surfaces for enhanced photocatalysis

Authors: M. Shalom, S. Inal, D. Neher, M. Antonietti
Carbon nitride Photocatalysis RhB degradation SiO2 composite material

​Temperature-regulated fluorescence and association of an oligo (ethyleneglycol) methacrylate-based copolymer with a conjugated polyelectrolyte. The effect of solution ionic strength

Year:2013 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/jp408864s
Authors: S. Inal, L. Chiappisi, J.D. Kölsch, M. Kraft, M.S. Appavou, U. Scherf, M. Wagner, M.R. Hansen, M. Gradzielski, A. Laschewsky, D. Neher
Conjugated polyelectrolytes Fluorescence characteristics Methacrylate-based copolymers Structural reorganization

​Improving carbon nitride photocatalysis by supramolecular preorganization of monomers

Year:2013 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/ja402521s
Authors: M. Shalom, S. Inal, C. Fettkenhauer, D. Neher, M. Antonietti
Fluorescence intensities Hydrogen-bonded complexes Nitride structures Non-radiative deactivation Photoactive materials Photocatalytic activities Photocatalytic property Synthetic pathways

​Temperature‐regulated fluorescence characteristics of supramolecular assemblies formed by a smart polymer and a conjugated polyelectrolyte

Year:2013 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/macp.201200493
Authors: S. Inal, J.D. Kölsch, L. Chiappisi, M. Kraft, A. Gutacker, D. Janietz, U. Scherf, M. Gradzielski, A. Laschewsky, D. Neher
Aqueous solutions Conjugated polyelectrolytes Fluorescence (or Förster) Phase transitions Resonance energy transfer Thermoresponsive polymers

A water soluble fluorescent polymer as a dual colour sensor for temperature and a specific protein

Authors: S. Inal, J.D. Kölsch, F. Sellrie, J.A. Schenk, E. Wischerhoff, A. Laschewsky, D. Neher
Absorbance spectrum Fluorescence enhancement Fluorescent polymers Functionalized monomers N-isopropylacrylamides Oligo(ethylene glycol) methacrylate Solution temperature Water soluble copolymers

​Structure-related differences in the temperature-regulated fluorescence response of LCST type polymers

Year:2013 DOI:DOI: 10.1039/c3tc31304b
Authors: S. Inal, J.D. Kölsch, L. Chiappisi, D. Janietz, M. Gradzielski, A. Laschewsky, D. Neher
Fluorescence intensities Laser light scattering Macromolecular architecture Naphthalimide derivative Poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) (pNIPAM) Polymer chain conformation Thermally induced solubility Thermoresponsive polymer

​Fluorinated copolymer PCPDTBT with enhanced open-circuit voltage and reduced recombination for highly efficient polymer solar cells

Year:2012 DOI:DOI: 10.1021/ja305039j
Authors: S. Albrecht, S. Janietz, W. Schindler, J. Frisch, J. Kurpiers, J. Kniepert, S. Inal, P. Pingel, K. Fostiropoulos, N. Koch, D. Neher
Bulk heterojunction solar cells Charge extraction Field dependence Fill factor Fluorinated copolymers Gain insight Geminate recombination Morphological study

​Relationship of photophysical properties and the device performance of novel hybrid small‐molecular/polymeric solar cells

Year:2009 DOI:DOI: 10.1002/marc.200900221
Authors: S. Inal, M. Castellani, A. Sellinger, D. Neher
Excimers Interfaces Morphology Organic solar cells Time-resolved spectroscopy

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