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N. Schneider and M. Meier, ‘Efficient In Situ Detection of mRNAs using the Chlorella virus DNA ligase for Padlock Probe Ligation’, accepted RNA

S. Ketterer, L. Gladis, M Meier. “Engineering and Characterization of Fluorogenic Glycine Riboswitches”, NAR, 12, 5983-92 (2016)

X. Wu, N. Schneider, A. Platen, I. Mitra, M. Blazek, R. Zengerle, R. Schüle, M. Meier, “In situ Characterization of the mTORC1 during Adipogenesis of Human Adult Stem Cells on Chip”, PNAS, 113, E4143-50 (2016)


S. Ketterer, D. Fuchs, W. Weber and M. Meier. “Systematic Reconstruction of Binding and Stability Landscapes of Fluoreogenic Aptamers”, NAR,  43, 9564-72 (2015)

H. M. Beyer, P. Gonschorek, M. Meier, W. Weber, M. Zurbriggen. “A versatile and simple enzyme-free cloning approach for synthetic biology”, PlosOne, 10(9): e0137652 (2015)

M. Blazek, R. Zenegrle, M. Meier. “Microfluidic proximity ligation assay for profiling signaling networks with single cell resolution”, Method Mol. Bio. 1346, 169-84 (2015)

M. Blazek, R. Zengerle, M. Meier. “Analysis of fast phosphorylation kinetics in single cells on a microfluidic chip”, Lab Chip, 15, 726-34 (2015)


S. Ketterer, D. Hoevermann, W. Weber and M. Meier, “Transcription factor sensor system for parallel quantification of metabolites on chip”, Anal. Chem.  86, 12152-8 (2014)

N. Gobet, S. Ketterer, M. Meier. “Design and validation of DNA libraries for multiplexing proximity ligation assays”, PlosOne 9, 1-8, e112629 (2014)

T. Silva Santisteban, R. Zengerle, M. Meier, “Through-holes, cavities and perforations in polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) chips’, RSC Advances 4, 48012-48016 (2014)


M. Blazek, M. Hall, M.Reth, R. Zengerle, M. Meier. “Proximity ligation assay for high content profiling of cell signaling pathways on a microfluidic chip” MCP 12, 3898-907 (2013)

M. Meier, R. Sit, and S. Quake. “Physical interaction map of conserved bacterial proteins of unknown function”, PNAS 110, 477-82 (2013)


L. Martin, M. Meier, M. Lyons, R. Sit, W, Marzluff, S. Quake, H. Chang. “Systematic reconstruction of RNA functional motifs with high-throughut microfluidics” Nat. Methods 9, 1192-94 (2012)

M. Meier, R. Sit, W. Pan, and S. Quake. “High-performance binary protein interaction screening in a microfluidic format” Anal. Chem. 21, 9572-8 (2012)

G. Grossmann, M. Meier, H. Cartwright, D. Sosso, S. Quake, D. Erhardt, and W. Frommer. “Time- lapsed fluorescence imaging of Arabidopsis root growth with rapid manipulation of the root environment using the RootChip” J. Vis. Exp. 65 (2012)

Before 2012

G. Grossmann, W.J. Guo, D.W. Erhardt, W.B. Frommer, R.V.Sit, S.R. Quake and M. Meier. “Root- Chip: An integrated microfluidic chip for plant science” Plant Cell 12, 4234-40 (2011)

M. Meier, E. Luchetta, and R. Ismagilov. “Chemical stimulation of the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana by multi-laminar flow on chip” Lab Chip 10, 2147-53 (2010)

M Meier, and J. Seelig. “Lipid and Protein Dynamics in Membranes upon Insertion of n-alkyl-D-Glucopyranosides” Biophys. J. 98, 1529-38 (2010)

M. Meier, J. Kennedy-Darling, S. Hoon Choi, E. Norstrom, S. Sisodia, and R. Ismagilov. “Plug based Microfluidics with Defined Surface Chemistry to Miniaturize and Control Aggregtaion of Amyloidogenic Peptides” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 48, 1-4 (2009)

M. Meier and J. Seelig. “Length Dependence of the Coil to Beta-Sheet Transition in a Membrane Environment” JACS 109, 3494-98 (2008)

M. Meier and J. Seelig, “Thermodyanmics of the Coild to Beta-Sheet Transition in a Membrane Environment” JMB 360, 277-89 (2007)

M. Meier, A., X. Li Blatter, A. Seelig , and J. Seelig. “Interaction of Verapamil with Lipid Membranes and P-Glycoprotein: Connecting Thermodynamics and Membrane Structure with Functional Activity” Biophys. J. 91, 2943-55 (2006)

M. Meier, A. Fink, and E. Brunner. “Reverse Micelles Dissolved in Supercritical Xenon: An NMR Spectroscopy Study” J. Phys. Chem. 109, 3494-98 (2005)