Journal Publications at UC

22. Y.Li and A.E. Ross. Amine-functionalized carbon-fiber microelectrodes for enhanced ATP detection with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Under Review

21. G.N. Lim, S.L. Regan and A.E.Ross. Subsecond spontaneous catecholamine release in mesenteric lymph node ex vivo. Just Accepted. Journal of Neurochemistry. Check it out here!


20. Y. Li, C.M. Fleischer, and A.E.Ross. High Young's modulus carbon fibers are fouling resistant with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Chem. Comm. 2020, 56, 8023-8026. (Emerging Investigator Issue 2020 and Featured on Back Cover) Check it out here!






















19. S.L. Regan, M.T. Cryan, M. Williams, C.V. Vorhees, and A.E.Ross. Enhanced transient striatal dopamine release and uptake in Lphn3 KO rats. ACS Chemical Neuroscience, 11 (8) 1171-1177. Check it out here!

18. L.M. Delong, Y. Li, G.N. Lim, S.G. Wairegi*, and A.E.Ross. A microfluidic electrochemical flow cell capable of rapid on-chip analyte dilution for fast-scan cyclic voltammetry electrode calibration.  Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2020 (invited publication: Female Role Models in Analytical Chemistry). Check it out here!











17. Y.Li and A.E. Ross. Plasma-treated carbon-fiber microelectrodes for improved purine detection with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Just Accepted, Analyst (invited publication) 2020, 145, 805-815. Check it out here!




16. M.T. Cryan and A.E. Ross. Scalene waveform for co-detection of guanosine and adenosine with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Anal. Chem. 2019, 91 (1) 5987-5993. Check it out here!


15. M.E. Weese*, R.A. Krevh*, Y. Li, N.T.  Alvarez, and A.E. Ross. Defect sites modulate fouling resistance on carbon nanotube fiber electrodes. ACS Sens. 2019, 4 (4), 1001-1007. Check it out here!





14. G.N. Lim and A.E. Ross. Purine functional group type and placement modulate the interaction with carbon-fiber microelectrodes. ACS Sensors 2019, 4(2), 479-487. Check it out here!














13. M.T. Cryan and A.E. Ross. Subsecond detection of guanosine using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Analyst. Featured in Emerging Investigator Series, 2019, 144, 249-257. Check it out here!

12. A.L. Hensley*, A.R. Colley*, and A.E. Ross. Real-time detection of melatonin using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Anal. Chem. 2018, 90 (14), 8642-8650.    Check it out here!

*undergraduate researcher

Journal Publications (prior to UC)
11. A.E. Ross and R.R. Pompano. Diffusion of cytokines in live lymph node tissue using microfluidic integrated optical imaging. Analytica Chemica Acta, 2018, 1000, 205-213.

10. A.E. Ross, M. Belanger, J. Woodroof, R.R. Pompano. Spatially resolved microfluidic stimulation of lymphoid tissue ex vivo. Analyst, 142, 649-659, 2017.


9. M.D. Nguyen, A.E. Ross, M. Ryals, S.T. Lee, and B.J. Venton. Clearance of rapid adenosine release is regulated by nucleoside transporters and metabolism. Pharmacology and Research Perspectives 3(6), e00189, 2015.

8. A.E. Ross and B.J. Venton. Adenosine transiently modulates dopamine by A1 receptors in the caudate putamen. J. of Neurochem, in 132(1), 51-60, 2015.

7. A.G. Zestos, C.B. Jacobs, E. Trikantzopoulos, A.E. Ross, B.J. Venton; Polyethylenimine carbon nanotube fiber electrodes for enhanced detection of neurotransmitters. Anal. Chem., 86(17), 8568-8575, 2014.

6. A.E. Ross and B.J. Venton. Sawhorse waveform voltammetry for selective detection of adenosine, ATP, and hydrogen peroxide. Anal. Chem. 86(15), 7486-7493, 2014.

5. A.E. Ross, M.D. Nguyen, E. Privman, and B.J. Venton. Mechanical stimulation evokes rapid increases in extracellular adenosine concentration in the prefrontal cortex. J. of Neurochem, 130 (1), 50-60, 2014.

4. M.D. Nguyen, S.T. Lee, A.E. Ross, M. Ryals, V.I. Chaudhry, and B.J. Venton. Characterization of spontaneous, transient adenosine release the caudate-putamen and prefrontal cortex. PLOS one, 9(1): e87165. 2014


3. H. Fang, M. L. Pajski, A.E. Ross, B.J. Venton. Quantitation of dopamine, serotonin, and adenosine in a single brain slice using capillary electrophoresis with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry. Analytical Methods, 5, 2704-2711, 2013.


2. A.E. Ross and B.J. Venton. Nafion-CNT coated carbon-fiber microelectrodes for enhanced detection of adenosine. Analyst, 137 (13), 3045-3051, 2012.

1. M.J. Peairs*, A.E. Ross*, and B.J. Venton. Comparison of Nafion- and overoxidized polypyrrole carbon-nanotube electrodes for neurotransmitter detection. Analytical Methods, 3, 2379-2386, 2011.
*Equal contribution

Book Chapters:

A.E. Ross and B.J. Venton. Electrochemical detection of adenosine in vivo. In, “Advances in real-time molecular neuroscience. Compendium of In Vivo Monitoring in Real-Time Molecular Neuroscience (Volume 1)”. World Scientific Publishing Co: Singapore, Editors: G.S. Wilson and A.C Michael, 2014.

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