1. US Patent 9,841,381: P.R. Selvaganapathy, W.I. Wu, Temperature change indicator and methods of making the same (2017)
     

  2. Canadian Patent 2,619,000: M.J. Deen, P.R. Selvaganapathy, M.W. Shinwari, BioFET based microfluidic systems (2017)
     

  3. US Patent 9,492,603: C. Fusch, L. Berry, A. Chan, N. Rochow, P.R. Selvaganapathy, J. Brash, G. Fusch, Artificial placenta, (2016)
     

  4. US Patent 8,702,939: P.R. Selvaganapathy, B. Gupta, P. Rezai, Electrotaxis methods and devices (2014)
     

  5. US patent: 8,173,415: P. Selvaganapathy, A. Noori, Single cell microinjection using compliant fluidic channels (2012)
     

  6. US Patent 7,125,478: P. Selvaganapathy, M.A. Burns, D.T. Burke, C.H. Mastrangelo; Microscale electrophoresis devices for biomolecule separation and detection, (2006)
     

  7. US Patent 7,142,303: Y.B. Gianchandani, C.G. Wilson, L. Que, B. Mitra, P. Selvaganapathy; Microdischarge optical source apparatus and method and system for analyzing a sample, (2006)
     

  8. US Patent 7,116,115: Y.B. Gianchandani, L.L. Chu, K. Takahata, P. Selvaganapathy, J.L. Shohet; Micromachined probe apparatus and methods for making and using same to characterize liquid in a fluidic channel and map embedded charge in a sample on a substrate, (2006)

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