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Juan G. Santiago

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1995

Current position

Full Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California

Publications (since 2014)

  1. Ivorra, B., Redondo, J.L., Ramos, A.M., Santiago, J.G. (2016). Sensitivity analysis and study of the mixing uniformity of a microfluidic mixer. Physics of Fluids, 28, 1, pp. 012005.
  2. Palko, J.W., Zhang, C., Wilbur, J., Dusseault, T., Asheghi, M., Goodson, K., Santiago, J.G.(2015). Approaching the limits of two-phase boiling heat transfer: high heat flux and low superheat. Applied Physics Letters, 107, 25, pp. 253903.
  3. Hemmatifar, A., Stadermann, M., Santiago, J.G. (2015). Two-Dimensional Porous Electrode Model for Capacitive Deionization. Physical Chemistry C, 119, 44, pp. 24681-24694.
  4. Qu, Y., Baumann, T. F., Santiago, J. G. and Stadermann, M. (2015). Characterization of Resistances of a Capacitive Deionization System. Environ Sci Technol 49(16): 9699-9706.
  5. Eid, C., Palko, J. W., Katilius, E. and Santiago, J. G. (2015). Rapid Slow Off-Rate Modified Aptamer (SOMAmer)-Based Detection of C-Reactive Protein Using Isotachophoresis and an Ionic Spacer. Anal Chem 87(13): 6736-6743.
  6. Agonafer, D. D., Lopez, K., Palko, J. W., Won, Y., Santiago, J. G. and Goodson, K. E. (2015). Burst behavior at a capillary tip: Effect of low and high surface tension. J Colloid Interface Sci 455: 1-5.
  7. Kuriyama, K., Shintaku, H. and Santiago, J. G. (2015). Isotachophoresis for fractionation and recovery of cytoplasmic RNA and nucleus from single cells. Electrophoresis 36(14): 1658-1662.
  8. Ramunas, J., Yakubov, E., Brady, J. J., Corbel, S. Y., Holbrook, C., Brandt, M., Stein, J., Santiago, J. G., Cooke, J. P. and Blau, H. M. (2015). Transient delivery of modified mRNA encoding TERT rapidly extends telomeres in human cells. FASEB J 29(5): 1930-1939.
  9. Shintaku, H., Palko, J. W., Sanders, G. M. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Increasing hybridization rate and sensitivity of bead-based assays using isotachophoresis. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 53(50): 13813-13816.
  10. Qu, Y., Marshall, L. A. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Simultaneous purification and fractionation of nucleic acids and proteins from complex samples using bidirectional isotachophoresis. Anal Chem 86(15): 7264-7268.
  11. Shkolnikov, V. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Coupling isotachophoresis with affinity chromatography for rapid and selective purification with high column utilization, part 2: experimental study. Anal Chem 86(13): 6229-6236.
  12. Shkolnikov, V. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Coupling isotachophoresis with affinity chromatography for rapid and selective purification with high column utilization, part 1: theory. Anal Chem 86(13): 6220-6228.
  13. Han, C. M., Katilius, E. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Increasing hybridization rate and sensitivity of DNA microarrays using isotachophoresis. Lab Chip 14(16): 2958-2967.
  14. Shintaku, H., Nishikii, H., Marshall, L. A., Kotera, H. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). On-chip separation and analysis of RNA and DNA from single cells. Anal Chem 86(4): 1953-1957.
  15. Suss, M. E., Biesheuvel, P. M., Baumann, T. F., Stadermann, M. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). In situ spatially and temporally resolved measurements of salt concentration between charging porous electrodes for desalination by capacitive deionization. Environ Sci Technol 48(3): 2008-2015.
  16. Marshall, L. A., Rogacs, A., Meinhart, C. D. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). An injection molded microchip for nucleic acid purification from 25 microliter samples using isotachophoresis. J Chromatogr A 1331: 139-142.
  17. Rogacs, A., Marshall, L. A. and Santiago, J. G. (2014). Purification of nucleic acids using isotachophoresis. J Chromatogr A 1335: 105-120.
Protocols by Juan G. Santiago
  1. Protocol for Microfluidic System to Automate the Preparation and Fractionation of the Nucleic Acids in the Cytoplasm Versus Nuclei of Single Cells