His research on Endocrinology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nephrin. Serge G. Lemay applies his multidisciplinary studies on Nephrin and Podocin in his research. He connects Podocin with Podocyte in his study. Serge G. Lemay merges many fields, such as Podocyte and Proteinuria, in his writings. Serge G. Lemay conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Proteinuria and Kidney through his research. His work on Kidney is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Slit diaphragm. His research ties Endocrinology and Slit diaphragm together. Immunology and Monocyte are commonly linked in his work. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Monocyte and Cytokine in his work.
Transcription factor and Signal transducing adaptor protein are the subject areas of his Gene study. Serge G. Lemay merges Transcription factor with Gene in his research. Serge G. Lemay combines Signal transducing adaptor protein and Signal transduction in his research. As part of his studies on Signal transduction, Serge G. Lemay often connects relevant subjects like Src family kinase. Cancer is intertwined with Transforming growth factor and Cancer research in his research. His Transforming growth factor study frequently links to other fields, such as Cell biology. Cell biology is closely attributed to Pleckstrin homology domain in his work. In his work, Serge G. Lemay performs multidisciplinary research in Pleckstrin homology domain and Phosphorylation. His work often combines Phosphorylation and MAPK/ERK pathway studies.
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Direct force measurements on DNA in a solid-state nanopore
Ulrich F. Keyser;Bernard N. Koeleman;Stijn van Dorp;Diego Krapf.
Nature Physics (2006)
Electrodeposition of Noble Metal Nanoparticles on Carbon Nanotubes
Bernadette M. Quinn;Cees Dekker;Serge G. Lemay.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Identifying the mechanism of biosensing with carbon nanotube transistors
Iddo Heller;Anne M. Janssens;Jaan Männik;Ethan D. Minot;Ethan D. Minot.
Nano Letters (2008)
Electrical generation and absorption of phonons in carbon nanotubes
B. J. LeRoy;S. G. Lemay;J. Kong;C. Dekker.
Origin of the electrophoretic force on DNA in solid-state nanopores
Stijn van Dorp;Ulrich F. Keyser;Ulrich F. Keyser;Nynke H. Dekker;Cees Dekker.
Nature Physics (2009)
Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes as Nanoelectrodes for Electrochemistry
Iddo Heller;Jing Kong;Hendrik A. Heering;Keith A. Williams.
Nano Letters (2005)
Charge inversion accompanies DNA condensation by multivalent ions
K. Besteman;K. Van Eijk;S. G. Lemay;S. G. Lemay.
Nature Physics (2007)
Two-dimensional imaging of electronic wavefunctions in carbon nanotubes
Serge G. Lemay;Jorg W. Janssen;Michiel van den Hout;Maarten Mooij.
Time-Resolved Electrochemical Detection of Discrete Adsorption Events
Bernadette M. Quinn;Pieter G. Van 'T Hof;Serge G. Lemay.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Charge inversion at high ionic strength studied by streaming currents.
Frank H. J. van der Heyden;Derek Stein;Koen Besteman;Serge G. Lemay.
Physical Review Letters (2006)
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