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Jordon Anthony Gilmore

TitlePost Doctoral Fellow
InstitutionClemson University
DepartmentDepartment of Mechanical Engineering
Address100 Fluor Daniel
Clemson, South Carolina 29634
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    1. Miller C, Stiglich M, Livingstone M, Gilmore J. Impedance-Based Biosensing of Pseudomonas putida via Solution Blow Spun PLA: MWCNT Composite Nanofibers. Micromachines (Basel). 2019 Dec 13; 10(12). PMID: 31847091.
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    2. Miller CL, Stafford G, Sigmon N, Gilmore JA. Conductive Nonwoven Carbon Nanotube-PLA Composite Nanofibers Towards Wound Sensors via Solution Blow Spinning. IEEE Trans Nanobioscience. 2019 04; 18(2):244-247. PMID: 30892228.
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    3. Gianino E, Miller C, Gilmore J. Smart Wound Dressings for Diabetic Chronic Wounds. Bioengineering (Basel). 2018 Jun 26; 5(3). PMID: 29949930.
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    4. Gilmore J, Yin F, Burg KJL. Evaluation of permeability and fluid wicking in woven fiber bone scaffolds. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2019 02; 107(2):306-313. PMID: 29656542.
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    5. Gilmore J, Islam M, Duncan J, Natu R, Martinez-Duarte R. Assessing the importance of the root mean square (RMS) value of different waveforms to determine the strength of a dielectrophoresis trapping force. Electrophoresis. 2017 10; 38(20):2561-2564. PMID: 28467596.
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    6. Gilmore J, Burg T, Groff RE, Burg KJL. Design and optimization of a novel bio-loom to weave melt-spun absorbable polymers for bone tissue engineering. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2017 08; 105(6):1342-1351. PMID: 27149099.
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    7. Gilmore J, Islam M, Martinez-Duarte R. Challenges in the Use of Compact Disc-Based Centrifugal Microfluidics for Healthcare Diagnostics at the Extreme Point of Care. Micromachines (Basel). 2016 Mar 24; 7(4). PMID: 30407426.
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