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Publications of Ekaterina Makhneva

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7. Makhneva E., Farka Z., Pastucha M., Obrusník A., Horáčková V., Skládal P., Zajíčková L.,
Maleic anhydride and acetylene plasma copolymer surfaces for SPR immunosensing,
Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 411 (2019) 7689-7697


6. Obrusník A., Makhneva E., Farka Z., Vandenbossche M., Hegemann D., Skládal P., Zajíčková L.,
Carboxyl-rich plasma polymer surfaces in surface plasmon resonance immunosensing,
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 57 (2018) 01AG06

5. Makhneva E., Farka Z., Skládal P., Zajíčková L.,
Cyclopropylamine plasma polymer surfaces for label-free SPR and QCM immunosensing of Salmonella,
Sens. Actuator B-Chem. 276 (2018) 447-455

4. Hegemann D., Indutnyi I., Zajíčková L., Makhneva E., Farka Z., Ushenin Y., Vandenbossche M.,
Stable, nanometer-thick oxygen-containing plasma polymer films suited for enhanced biosensing,
Plasma Processes and Polymers 15 (2018) e1800090


3. Makhneva E., Manakhov A., Skládal P., Zajíčková L.,
Development of effective QCM biosensors by cyclopropylamine plasma polymerization and antibody immobilization using cross-linking reactions ,
Surface and Coatings Technology 290 (2016) 116-123

2. Manakhov A., Makhneva E., Skládal P., Nečas D., Čechal J., Kalina L., Eliáš M., Zajíčková L.,
The robust bio-immobilization based on pulsed plasma polymerization of cyclopropylamine and glutaraldehyde coupling chemistry,
Applied Surface Science 360(Part A) (2016) 28-36

1. Manakhov A., Michlíček M., Nečas D., Polčák J., Makhneva E., Eliáš M., Zajíčková L.,
Carboxyl-rich coatings deposited by atmospheric plasma co-polymerization of maleic anhydride and acetylene,
Surface and Coatings Technology 295 (2016) 37-45