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1 Publikacje do projektu 1. E. Grodzka, P. Pieta, P. Dłużewski, W. Kutner, K. Winkler, Formation and electrochemical properties of composites of the C60 Pd polymer and multi-wall carbon nanotubes, Electrochimica Acta, 54 (2009) P. Pieta, G. M. Venukadasula, F. D Souza, W. Kutner, Preparation and selected properties of an improved composite of the electrophoretically deposited single-wall carbon nanotubes, electrochemically coated with a C60-Pd and polybisthiophene mixed polymer film, J. Phys. Chem. C, 113 (2009) A. Jabłoński, The backscattering factor for systems with a non-uniform surface region: Definition and calculations, Surface Science, 603 (2009) M. Jönsson-Niedziółka, K. Szot, J. Rogalski, M. Opałło, Pyrene sulfonate functionalised single-walled carbon nanotubes for mediator less dioxygen bioelectrocatalysis, Electrochemistry Communications, 11 (2009) K. Szot, W. Nogala, J. Niedziółka-Jönsson, M. Jönsson-Niedziółka, F. Marken, J. Rogalski, C. Nunes Kirchner, G. Wittstock, M. Opałło, Hydrophilic carbon nanoparticle-laccase thin film electrode for mediatorless dioxygen reduction: SECM activity mapping and application in zinc-dioxygen battery, Electrochimica Acta, 54 (2009) A. Pietrzyk, W. Kutner, R. Chitta, M. E. Zandler, F. D Souza, F. Sannicolo, P. R. Mussini, Melamine acoustic chemosensor based on molecularly imprinted polymer film, Anal. Chem. 81 (2009), J. M. Łoś, M. Łoś, G. Węgrzyn, A. Węgrzyn, Differential efficiency of induction of various lambdoid prophages responsible for production of Shiga toxins in response to different induction agents, Microbial Pathogenesis 47 (2009) A. Lesniewski, J. Niedziolka-Jonsson, C. Rizzi, L. Gaillon, J. Rogalski, M. Opallo, Carbon ceramic nanoparticulate film electrode prepared from oppositely charge particles by layer-by-layer approach, Electrochemistry Communications 12 (2010) J. Bill, P. Włodarski, M. Winiarska, Z. Kurzaj, T. Issat, A. Jozkowicz, B. Wegiel, J. Durlak, J. GoŁąb,

2 Photodynamic therapy-driven induction of suicie cytosine deaminase gene, Cancer Letters 290 (2010) J. Bill, M. Winiarska, D. Nowis, K. Bojarczuk, A. Dąbrowska-Iwanicka, G.W. Basak, K. Sułek, M. Jakobisiak, J. Gołąb, Bortezomib modulates surface CD20 in B cell malignancies and affects rituximab-mediated komplement-dependent cytotoxicity, Blood 115 (2010) A. D. Garg, D. Nowis, J. Gołąb, P. Agostinis, Photodynamic therapy: illuminating the road from cell death towards anti-tumor immunity, Apoptosis (2010) Sep;15(9): A. Pietrzyk, S. Suriyanarayanan, W. Kutner, R. Chitta, M. E. Zandler, F. D Souza, Molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) based piezoelectric microgravimetry chemosensor for selective determination of adenine, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 25 (2010) M. Glinkowska, J. M. Łoś, A. Szambowska, A. Czyż, J. Całkiewicz, A. Herman- Antosiewicz, B. Wróbel, G. Węgrzyn, A. Węgrzyn, M. Łoś, Influence of the Escherichia coli oxyr gene function on λ prophage maintenance, Archives of Microbiology 192 (2010) J. M. Łoś, M. Łoś, A. Węgrzyn, G. Węgrzyn, Hydrogen peroxide-mediated induction of the Shiga toxin-converting lambdoid prophage ST in Escherichia coli O157:H7 FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology 58 (2010) A. Kamińska, J. L. Weyher, J. Waluk, S. Gawinkowski, R. Hołyst, SERS Active Surface Based on Au-Coated Porous GaN AIP Conf. Proc. -- August 6, Volume 1267, pp W. Nogala, A. Celebanska, K. Szot, G. Wittstock, M. Opallo Bioelectrocatalytic mediatorless dioxygen reduction at carbon ceramic electrodes modified with bilirubin oxidase Electrochimica Acta 55 (2010) K. Szot, J. D. Watkins, S. D. Bull, F. Marken, M. Opallo Three dimensional film electrode prepared from oppositely charged carbon nanoparticles as efficient enzyme host Electrochemistry Communications 12 (2010) P. Jankowski, D. Ogonczyk, A. Kosinski, W. Lisowski, P. Garstecki Hydrophobic modification of polycarbonate for reproducible and stable formation of biocompatible microparticles Lab on a chip (2011), 11,

3 19. Suriyanarayanan, S., Cywinski, P. J., Moro, A. J., Mohr, G. J., and Kutner, W., "Chemosensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers", Molecular Imprinting Technology and Applications, Haupt, K. (Ed.), Topics in Current Chemistry, 2010, pp , Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, DOI: /128_2010_ A. Kamińska, J. Weyher, J. Waluk, S. Gawinkowski, R. Hołyst, High efficiency GaN-based platforms for biology and medicine, European Cells and Materials Vol. 20. Suppl. 3, 2010, P. Golec, A. Wiczk, A. Majchrzyk, J. M. Łoś, G. Wegrzyn, M. Łoś A role for accessory genes ri.-1 and ri.1 in the regulation of lysis inhibition by bacteriophage T4. Virus Genes. 41: 2010, P. Golec, A. Wiczk, J. M. Loś, G. Konopa, G. Wegrzyn, M. Łoś (2011). Persistence of bacteriophage T4 in a starved Escherichia coli culture: evidence for the presence of phage subpopulations. Journal of General Virology, 2011, 92, P. Golec, K. Dąbrowski, M. S. Hejnowicz, A. Gozdek, J. M. Łoś, G. Węgrzyn, M. B. Łobocka, M. Łoś, A reliable method for storage of tailed phages, Journal of Microbiological Methods, Mar 2011, Vol 84, Issue: 3, E. Galikowska, D. Kunikowska, E. Tokarska-Pietrzak, H. Dziadziuszko, J. M. Łoś, P. Golec, G. Wegrzyn, M. Łoś. Specific detection of Salmonella enterica and Escherichia coli strains by using ELISA with bacteriophages as recognition agents. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2011, 30, P. Pieta, F. D'Souza, W. Kutner, "Preparation, properties, and application of polymer composites of carbon nanotubes",., in: Handbook of Carbon Nano Materials, Vol. 2 Electron Transfer and Applications, D'Souza, F. and Kadish, K. M., Eds., World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, 2011, pp E. Kalwarczyk, M. Paszewski, Xia Xin, E. Gorecka, D. Pociecha, R. Holyst and M. Fialkowski. New One-Pot Technique to Introduce Charged Nanoparticles into a Lyotropic Liquid Crystal Matrix. Langmuir 2011, 27, G. Ungar, C. Tschierske, V. Abetz, R. Holyst, M. A. Bates, Feng Liu, M. Prehm, R. Kieffer, Xiangbing Zeng, M. Walker, B. Glettner, and A. Zywocinski. Self-Assembly at Different Length Scales: Polyphilic Star-Branched Liquid Crystals and Miktoarm Star Copolymers.

4 Advanced Functional Materials 2011, 21, J. Strutwolf, C. J. Collins, W. Adamiak, and D. W. M. Arrigan, Potentiometric Investigation of Protonation Reactions at Aqueous-Aqueous Boundaries within a Dual-Stream Microfluidic Structure, Langmuir 2010, 26(23), P. Nitoń, A. Żywociński, J. Paczesny, M. Fiałkowski, R. Hołyst, B. Glettner, R. Kieffer, C. Tschierske, D. Pociecha, and E. Górecka, Aggregation and Layering Transitions in Thin Films of X-, T-, and Anchor- Shaped Bolaamphiphiles at the Air Water Interface, Chem. Eur. J.2011,17, Xia Xin, M. Pietraszkiewicz, O. Pietraszkiewicz, O. Chernyayeva, T. Kalwarczyk, E. Gorecka, D. Pociecha, Hongguang Li, R. Hołyst. Eu (III)-Coupled Luminescent Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: in surfactant solutions. CA R B O N 5 0 ( ) A. Kamińska, I. Dzięcielewski, J. L. Weyher, J. Waluk, S. Gawinkowski, V. Sashuk, M. Fia1kowski, M. Sawicka, T. Suski, S. Porowski and R. Ho1yst, Highly reproducible, stable and multiply regenerated surface-enhanced Raman scattering substrate for biomedical applications, J. Mater. Chem., 2011, 21, K. Noworyta, W. Kutner, C. Wijesinghe, Serge G. Srour, F. D Souza; Nicotine, cotinine, and myosmine determination using dedicated zinc porphyrin polymer films as recognition units for piezoelectric microgravimetry chemosensors, Anal. Chem., 84 (2012), M. Krawczyk, W. Lisowski, J.W. Sobczak, A. Kosiński, A. Jabłoński, C. Skierbiszewski, M. Siekacz, S. Wiązkowska Surface and In-depth characterization of InGa compounds synthesized by plasmaassisted molecular beam epitaxy Journal of Alloys & Compounds, 509 (2011) M.Godlewski, E. Guziewicz, M.I. Łukasiewicz, I.A. Kowalik, M. Sawicki, B.S. Witkowski, R. Jakiela, W. Lisowski, J.W. Sobczak, M. Krawczyk Role of interface In ferromagnetism of (Zn, Co)O films Phys. Status Solidi B, 248, (2011) 35. E. Rozniecka, M. Jonsson-Niedziolka,J. W. Sobczak, M. Opallo, Mediatorless bioelectrocatalysis of dioxygen reduction at ITO and ITO nanoparticulate film electrodes Electrochimica Acta 56 (2011) P. Agostinis, K. Berg, K. A. Cengel, T. H. Foster, A. W. Girotti, S. O. Gollnick, S. M. Hahn, M. R. Hamblin, A. Juzeniene, D. Kessel, M. Korbelik, J. Moan, P. Mroz, D. Nowis, J. Piette, B. C. Wilson, J. Gołąb,

5 Photodynamic Therapy of Cancer: An Update CA CANCER J CLIN 61 (2011) M. Jakobisiak, J. Gołąb, W. Lasek Interleukin 15 as a promising candidate for tumor immunotherapy Cytokine & Growth Factor Reviews 22 (2011) M. Wachowska, A. Muchowicz, M. Firczuk, M. Gabrysiak, M. Winiarska, M. Wańczyk, K. Bojarczuk and J. Gołąb Aminolevulinic Acid (ALA) as a Prodrug in Photodynamic Therapy of Cancer Molecules 16 (2011) T. Issat, D. Nowis, J. Bil1, M. Winiarska, M. Jakobisiak and J. Gołąb Antitumor effects of the combination of cholesterol reducing drugs Oncology reports 26 (2011) M. Firczuk, D. Nowisa and J. Gołąb PDT-induced inflammatory and host responses Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 10 (2011) K. Winkler, A. Kaminska, T. Wojciechowski, R Holyst, M Fialkowski Gold Micro-Flowers: One-Step Fabrication of Efficient, Highly Reproducible Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Platform Plasmonics (2011) 6: A. Celebańska, A. Leśniewski, M. Paszewski, M. Jönsson-Niedziółka, J. Niedziółka-Jönsson, M. Opałło Gold three dimensional film electrode prepared from oppositely charged nanoparticles Electrochemistry Communications (2011) 13, A. Celebańska, A. Leśniewski, D. Tomaszewska, M. Opałło Film electrode prepared from oppositely charged silicate submicroparticles and carbon nanoparticles for selective dopamine sensing Biosensors Bioelectronics (2011) 26, A. Pietrzyk-Le, C. K. C. Bikram, F. D Souza, and W. Kutner Supramolecular Self-assembly Governed Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Selective Chemical Sensing Chap. 5 in Applications of Supramolecular Chemistry for 21st Century Technology, Schneider, H.-J. (Ed.) Taylor & Francis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, London, New York, 2012, pp , ISBN 13: (R). 45. P. S. Sharma, A. Pietrzyk-Le, F. D Souza, W. Kutner, Electrochemically synthesized polymers in molecular imprinting for chemical sensing, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 402 (2012), P. S. Sharma, F. D'Souza, W. Kutner,

6 Molecular imprinting for selective chemical sensing of environmental hazardous compounds and drugs of abuse, Trends Anal. Chem. 34 (2012), S. Gawinkowski, Ł. Walewski, A. Vdovin, A. Slenczka, S. Rols, M. R. Johnson, B. Lesyng, J. Waluk, Vibrations and hydrogen bonding in porphycene. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 14, (2012). 48. W. Bury, E. Krajewska, M. Dutkiewicz, K. Sokołowski, I. Justyniak, Z. Kaszkur, K. J. Kurzydłowski, T. Płociński and J. Lewiński, tert-butylzinc hydroxide as an efficient predesigned precursor of ZnO nanoparticles, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, K. Sokołowski, I. Justyniak, W. Śliwinski, K. Sołtys, A. Tulewicz, A. Kornowicz, R. Moszyński, J. Lipkowski, and J. Lewiński, Towards a New Family of Photoluminescent Organozinc 8-Hydroxyquinolinates with a High Propensity to Form Noncovalent Porous Materials, Chem. Eur. J. 2012, 18, P. Jankowski, D. Ogończyk, W. Lisowski and P. Garstecki Polyehtleneimine coating renders polycarbonate resistant to organic solvents, Lab Chip, 2012, 12, E. Guziewicz, M. Godlewski, L. Wachnicki, T.A. Krajewski, G. Luka, S. Gieraltowska, R. Jakiela, A. Stonert, W. Lisowski, M. Krawczyk, J.W. Sobczak, A. Jablonski, ALD grown Zinc Oxide with controllable electrical properties, Semiconductor Science and Technology, 27, (2012) (11pp) 52. Sharma, P. S., D Souza, F., Kutner, W., Carbon nanotube based chemo- and biosensors Chap. 5 in Handbook of Carbon Nano Materials, Vol. 3 Medicinal and Bio-related Applications, D'Souza, F. and Kadish, K. M., Eds., World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, May 2012, pp , ISBN Sharma, P. S., D Souza, F., Kutner, W., Molecular Imprinting for Selective Sensing of Explosives, Warfare Agents, and Toxins, Chap. 4 in Portable chemical sensors - weapons against bioterrorism, Nikolelis, D. (Ed.), Springer, Berlin, 2012, pp , ISBN M.I. Łukasiewicz, A. Wójcik-Głodowska, E. Guziewicz, A. Wolska, M. T. Klepka, P. Dłużewski, R. Jakieła, E. Łusakowska, K. Kopalko, W. Paszkowicz, Ł. Wachnicki, B.S. Witkowski, W. Lisowski, M. Krawczyk, J.W. Sobczak, A. Jablonski, M. Godlewski, ZnO, ZnMnO and ZnCoO films grown by Atomic Layer Deposition, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 27 (2012) (14pp)

7 55. Tan-Phat Huynh, A. Pietrzyk-Le, Chandra Bikram K.C., K. Noworyta, J.W. Sobczak, Piyush Sindhu Sharma, F. D Souza, W. Kutner, Electrochemically synthesized molecularly imprinted polymer of thiophene derivatives for flow-injection analysis determination of adenosine 5 -triphosphate (ATP) Biosensors and Bioelectronics 41 (2013) P. Pieta, I. Obraztsov, J. W. Sobczak, O. Chernyayeva, S. K. Das, F. D Souza, W. Kutner, A versatile material for a symmetrical electric energy storage device: a composite of the polymer of the ferrocene adduct of C 60 and single-wall carbon nanotubes exhibiting redox conductivity at both positive and negative potentials, J. Phys. Chem. C 117 (2013) 57. P. Jankowski, D. Ogończyk, L. Derzsi, W. Lisowski and P. Garstecki Hydrophilic polycarbonate chips for generation of oil-in-water (O/W) and waterin-oil-in-water (W/O/W) emulsions, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 14(3-4), , (2013) 58. J. Paczesny, J. Gregorowicz, K. Nikiforov Phase transitions in monolayer formed by hyperbranched polyester with alkylterminated branches at the air/water interface Polymer, 54, , (2013) 59. M. Sosnowska, P. Pieta, P. S. Sharma, R. Chitta, B. KC Chandra, V. Bandi, F. D Souza, and W. Kutner,, "Piezomicrogravimetric and impedimetric oligonucleotide biosensors using conducting polymers of biotinylated bis(2,2 - bithien-5-yl)methane as recognition units" Anal. Chem. 2013, 85, Sharma, P. S., D Souza, F., and Kutner, W., Graphene and Graphene Oxide Materials for Chemo- and Biosensing of Chemical and Biochemical Hazards ; Top. Curr. Chem., 2014, 348, G. Luka, B. S. Witkowski, L. Wachnicki, K. Goscinski R. Jakiela, E. Guziewicz, M. Godlewski, E. Zielony, P. Bieganski E. Placzek-Popko, W. Lisowski, J. W. Sobczak, A. Jablonski Atomic layer deposition of Zn 1-x Mg x O:Al transparent conducting films J Mater Sci 49 (2014), Huynh, T-P., Sosnowska, M., Sobczak, J., KC, B. C., Nesterov, V., D Souza, F., and Kutner, W., "Simultaneous chronoamperometry and piezoelectric microgravimetry determination of nitroaromatic explosives using molecularly imprinted thiophene polymers". Anal. Chem. 2013, 85, , 63. Huynh, T-P., Pieta, P., D Souza, F., and Kutner, W.,

8 Molecularly imprinted polymer for recognition of 5-fluorouracil by the RNA-type nucleobase pairing. Anal. Chem. 2013, 85 (17), , 64. M. Sawicki, E. Guziewicz, M. I. Lukasiewicz, O. Proselkov, I. A. Kowalik, W. Lisowski, P. Dluzewski, A. Wittlin, M. Jaworski, A. Wolska, W. Paszkowicz, R. Jakiela,B. S. Witkowski, L. Wachnicki, M. T. Klepka, F. J. Luque, D. Arvanitis, J.W. Sobczak, M. Krawczyk, A. Jablonski, W. Stefanowicz, D. Sztenkiel, M. Godlewski, and T. Dietl, Homogeneous and heterogeneous magnetism in (Zn, Co) O: From a random antiferromagnet to a dipolar superferromagnet by changing the growth temperature Physical Review B, 88, (2013) 65. D. Snigurenko, R. Jakiela, E. Guziewicz, E. Przezdziecka, M. Stachowicz, K. Kopalko, A. Barcz, W.Lisowski, J.W. Sobczak, M. Krawczyk, A. Jablonski XPS study of arsenic moped ZnO grown by Atomic Layer Deposition Journal of Alloys and Compounds 582 (2014) Sharma, P. S., Dabrowski, M., D Souza, F., and Kutner, W., "Surface development of molecularly imprinted polymer films for enhancement of sensing signals", TrAC-Trends Anal. Chem., , (2013) 67. Pieta, P., Obraztsov, I., D'Souza, F., Kutner, W., "Composites of conducting polymers and various carbon nanostructures for electrochemical supercapacitors", ECS J. Solid State Sci. Technol., 2 (10), (2013), M3120-M3134, DOI: / jss 68. W. Lisowski, E. Grzanka, J. W. Sobczak, M. Krawczyk, A. Jabloński, R. Czernecki, M. Leszczyński, T. Suski, XPS method as a useful tool for studies of quantum well epitaxial materials: Chemical composition and thermal stability of InGaN/GaN multilayers, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 597 (2014) A. De Poulpiquet, A. Ciaccafava, K. Szot, B. Pillain, P. Infossi, M. Guiral, M. Opallo, M.-T. Giudici-Orticoni, E. Lojou "Exploring Properties of a Hyperthermophilic Membrane-Bound Hydrogenase at Carbon Nanotube Modified Electrodes for a Powerful H 2 /O 2 Biofuel Cell" Electroanalysis (2013) 25, K. Szot, M. Jönsson-Niedziolka, E. Rozniecka, F. Marken, M. Opallo "Direct electrochemistry of adsorbed proteins and bioelectrocatalysis at film electrode prepared from oppositely charged carbon nanoparticles" Electrochimica Acta, (2013), 89, K. Szot, A. de Poulpiquet, A. Ciaccafava, H. Marques, M. Jönsson-Niedziolka, J. Niedziolka-Jönsson, F. Marken, E. Lojou, M. Opallo Carbon nanoparticulate films as effective scaffolds for mediatorless bioelectrocatalytic hydrogen oxidation Electrochimica Acta (2013), 111,

9 72. E. Rozniecka, M. Jonsson-Niedziolka, A. Celebanska, J. Niedziolka-Jonsson, M. Opallo "Selective electrochemical detection of dopamine in a microfluidic channel on carbon nanoparticulate electrodes" Analyst, 2014, 139, A. Zloczewskaa, A. Celebanska, K. Szot, D. Tomaszewska, M. Opallo, M. Jönsson-Niedziolka Self-powered biosensor for ascorbic acid with a Prussian blue electrochromic display Biosensors Bioelectronics (2014) 55, Ievgen Obraztsov, Krzysztof Noworyta, Aaron Hart, Habtom B. Gobeze, Chandra B. KC, Wlodzimierz Kutner and Francis D Souza Langmuir Blodgett Films of Self-Assembled (Alkylether-Derivatized Zn Phthalocyanine) (C60 Imidazole Adduct) Dyad with Controlled Intermolecular Distance for Photoelectrochemical Studies ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2014, 6, L. Derzsi, P. Jankowski, W. Lisowski and P. Garstecki Hydrophilic polycarbonate for generation of oil in water emulsions in microfluidic devices Lab Chip,, 11, , (2011) 76. J. Węgrzyn, A. Samborski, L. Reissig, P.M. Korczyk, S. Błoński and P. Garstecki Microfluidic architectures for efficient generation of chemistry gradations in droplets Microfluidics and Nanofluidics,14, 235,(2013). 77. Piyush S. Sharma, M. Dąbrowski, K. Noworyta, Tan-Phat Huynh, Chanda B. KC, J.W. Sobczak, P. Pięta, F. D Souza, W. Kutner Fullerene derived molecularly imprinted polymer for chemosensing of adenosine- 5 -triphosphate (ATP) Analytica Chimica Acta 844 (2014) 61-69

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