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Ahmet Ucar
Ahmet Ucar
Lecturer, Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University - Department of Biomedical Engineering
Verified email at ybu.edu.tr - Homepage
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The effect of polar end of long-chain fluorocarbon oligomers in promoting the superamphiphobic property over multi-scale rough Al alloy surfaces
ZS Saifaldeen, KR Khedir, MT Camci, A Ucar, S Suzer, T Karabacak
Applied Surface Science 379, 55-65, 2016
272016
Miniaturisation of a peptide-based electrochemical protease activity sensor using platinum microelectrodes
A Ucar, E González-Fernández, M Staderini, N Avlonitis, AF Murray, ...
Analyst 145 (3), 975-982, 2020
112020
Tribological interaction between polytetrafluoroethylene and silicon oxide surfaces
A Uçar, M Çopuroğlu, MZ Baykara, O Arıkan, S Suzer
The Journal of chemical physics 141 (16), 164702, 2014
72014
In vivo application of an implantable tri-anchored methylene blue-based electrochemical pH sensor
E González-Fernández, M Staderini, JRK Marland, ME Gray, A Uçar, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 197, 113728, 2022
22022
Towards implanted biosensors: methods for miniaturising and protecting peptide-based electrochemical sensors
A Uçar
University of Edinburgh, 2020
2020
Data associated with manuscript: Miniaturisation of a peptide-based electrochemical protease activity sensor using platinum microelectrodes
A Ucar, E González-Fernández, M Staderini, N Avlonitis, AF Murray, ...
University of Edinburgh. School of Engineering. School of Chemistry, 2019
2019
Development, Optimisation and Miniaturisation of Electrochemical Biosensors for Robust Protease Detection
A Ucar, E González-Fernández, M Staderini, AF Murray, M Bradley, ...
Butler Meeting 2019, 22, 2019
2019
Tribological transfer of polytetrafluoroethylene onto silicon oxide and polymer surfaces
A Uçar
Bilkent University, 2015
2015
Tribological interaction between polytetrafluoroethylene and silicon oxide surfaces
A Ucar, M Copuroglu, MZ Baykara, O Arikan, S Suzer
2014
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