Janos Vörös mostly deals with Adsorption, Protein adsorption, Nanotechnology, Ethylene glycol and Polymer chemistry. The Adsorption study combines topics in areas such as Layer, Colloid, Chemical engineering and Analytical chemistry. In general Nanotechnology, his work in Biosensor, Nanoparticle and Nanofluidics is often linked to Delivery system linking many areas of study.
His work carried out in the field of Biosensor brings together such families of science as Detection theory, Surface plasmon resonance and Data mining. The concepts of his Ethylene glycol study are interwoven with issues in Surface modification, Polymer and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Janos Vörös has researched Polymer chemistry in several fields, including Copolymer, Oxide, Phagocytosis, Monolayer and Macrophage.
Janos Vörös spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Biosensor, Biophysics, Adsorption and Chemical engineering. The various areas that Janos Vörös examines in his Nanotechnology study include Plasmon and Surface modification. His studies deal with areas such as Biomolecule, Vesicle, Refractive index, Analyte and Streptavidin as well as Biosensor.
His Adsorption research includes elements of Colloid, Ethylene glycol and Analytical chemistry. Janos Vörös interconnects Copolymer and Polymer in the investigation of issues within Ethylene glycol. The study incorporates disciplines such as Layer, Quartz crystal microbalance, Polyelectrolyte and Polymer chemistry in addition to Chemical engineering.
Janos Vörös focuses on Nanotechnology, Biosensor, Biomedical engineering, Stretchable electronics and Biophysics. Janos Vörös has included themes like Fluidics, Elastomer and Ligand in his Nanotechnology study. His Biosensor research includes themes of Biomolecule, Immersion lithography, Molecular recognition, Refractive index and Colloidal gold.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ultrasound, Electrode and Signal quality. His Stretchable electronics research integrates issues from Layer, Electrical conductor and Nanocomposite. His studies in Biophysics integrate themes in fields like Cell, Lipid vesicle, Pipette and Lipid bilayer fusion.
His primary areas of study are Stretchable electronics, Biomedical engineering, Nanotechnology, Signal and Tissue damage. His Stretchable electronics research incorporates themes from Stripping, Nanolithography, Thin film and Wafer. Janos Vörös combines subjects such as In situ, Extracellular field potential, Electrode and Signal quality with his study of Biomedical engineering.
His study in the fields of Layer under the domain of Nanotechnology overlaps with other disciplines such as Kapton. His Signal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomolecule, Immersion lithography, Robustness and Biosensor. His Biosensor study combines topics in areas such as Biological system, Analyte, Diffraction and Refractive index.
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Electrochemical Biosensors - Sensor Principles and Architectures
Dorothee Grieshaber;Robert MacKenzie;Janos Vörös;Erik Reimhult.
The Density and Refractive Index of Adsorbing Protein Layers
Biophysical Journal (2004)
Poly(l-lysine)-g-Poly(ethylene glycol) Layers on Metal Oxide Surfaces: Attachment Mechanism and Effects of Polymer Architecture on Resistance to Protein Adsorption†
Gregory L. Kenausis;Janos Vörös;Donald L. Elbert;Ningping Huang.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2000)
A comparative study of protein adsorption on titanium oxide surfaces using in situ ellipsometry, optical waveguide lightmode spectroscopy, and quartz crystal microbalance/dissipation
F.F Hook;J. Voros;M. Rodahl;R. Kurrat.
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2002)
Poly(l-lysine)-g-poly(ethylene glycol) Layers on Metal Oxide Surfaces: Surface-Analytical Characterization and Resistance to Serum and Fibrinogen Adsorption
Ning Ping Huang;Roger Michel;Janos Voros;Marcus Textor.
Electronic dura mater for long-term multimodal neural interfaces
Ivan R. Minev;Pavel Musienko;Arthur Hirsch;Quentin Barraud.
Optical grating coupler biosensors.
J Vörös;J.J Ramsden;G Csúcs;I Szendrő.
Protein Resistance of Titanium Oxide Surfaces Modified by Biologically Inspired mPEG−DOPA
Jeffrey L. Dalsin;Lijun Lin;Samuele Tosatti;Janos Vörös.
Poly(l-lysine)-graft-poly(ethylene glycol) Assembled Monolayers on Niobium Oxide Surfaces: A Quantitative Study of the Influence of Polymer Interfacial Architecture on Resistance to Protein Adsorption by ToF-SIMS and in Situ OWLS
Stéphanie Pasche;Susan M. De Paul;Janos Vörös;and Nicholas D. Spencer.
RGD-grafted poly-L-lysine-graft-(polyethylene glycol) copolymers block non-specific protein adsorption while promoting cell adhesion.
Stephanie VandeVondele;Janos Vörös;Jeffrey A. Hubbell.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2003)
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