Rajan P. Kulkarni

2006 California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
"Rajan Kulkarni"
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Scott E. Fraser grad student 2006 Caltech
 (Mechanics of the cytoskeleton: Examining the dynamics of cytoplasmic transport through fluorescence microscopy.)
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Sung K, Ding Y, Ma J, et al. (2016) Simplified three-dimensional tissue clearing and incorporation of colorimetric phenotyping. Scientific Reports. 6: 30736
Fei P, Lee J, Packard RR, et al. (2016) Cardiac Light-Sheet Fluorescent Microscopy for Multi-Scale and Rapid Imaging of Architecture and Function. Scientific Reports. 6: 22489
Che J, Yu V, Dhar M, et al. (2016) Classification of large circulating tumor cells isolated with ultra-high throughput microfluidic Vortex technology. Oncotarget
Kulkarni R. (2016) The clinical utility of circulationg tumor cells: Analysis of these cells may have the potential to assist with screening and diagnosing cancer Ieee Pulse. 7: 27-29
Murray C, Pao E, Tseng P, et al. (2016) Quantitative Magnetic Separation of Particles and Cells Using Gradient Magnetic Ratcheting Small
Dhar M, Wong J, Karimi A, et al. (2015) High efficiency vortex trapping of circulating tumor cells. Biomicrofluidics. 9: 064116
Tay A, Kulkarni RP, Karimi A, et al. (2015) Research highlights: enhancing whole genome amplification using compartmentalization. Lab On a Chip. 15: 4379-82
Dudani JS, Gossett DR, Tse HT, et al. (2015) Rapid inertial solution exchange for enrichment and flow cytometric detection of microvesicles. Biomicrofluidics. 9: 014112
Ra SH, Su A, Li X, et al. (2015) Keratoacanthoma and squamous cell carcinoma are distinct from a molecular perspective. Modern Pathology : An Official Journal of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Inc. 28: 799-806
Yang B, Treweek JB, Kulkarni RP, et al. (2014) Single-cell phenotyping within transparent intact tissue through whole-body clearing. Cell. 158: 945-58
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