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101. Mechanical genomic studies reveal the role of D-alanine metabolism in Pseudomonas aeruginosa cell stiffness
Rishi R. Trivedi, John A Crooks, George K. Auer, Joel Pendry, Albert Siryaporn, Nicholas L. Abbott, Zemer Gitai, Douglas B. Weibel

100. Small molecule chelators reveal that iron starvation inhibits late stages of bacterial cytokinesis
T.M.A. Santos, M.G. Lammers, M. Zhou, I.L. Sparks, M. Rajendran, D. Fang, C.L.Y. DeJesus,
G.F.R. Carneiro, Q. Cui, D.B. Weibel

99. Studying the symbiotic bacterium Xenorhabdus nematophila in individual, living Steinernema carpocapsae nematodes using microfluidic systems
M.D. Stilwell*, M. Cao*, H. Goodrich-Blair, D.B. Weibel
*denotes equal contribution

98. Rcs phosphorelay activation causes aberrant biofilm formation in cardiolipin- deficient Escherichia coli cells
J.F. Nepper, D.B. Weibel

97. The outer membrane is an essential load-bearing element in negative bacteria
E.R. Rojas, G. Billings, G.K. Auer, D.B. Weibel, J.A. Theriot, K.C. Huang

96. Mechanical strain sensing implicated in cell shape recovery in Escherichia coli
F. Wong, L.D. Renner, G. Ozbaykal, J. Paulose, D.B. Weibel, S. van Teeffelen, A. Amir
Nature Microbiology 2017, 2, 17115. [PDF]

95. Exploring predatory nematode chemotaxis using low-cost and easy-to-use microfluidics
M.D. Stilwell*, J.F. Nepper*, E.D. Clawson, V. Blair, T. Tangen, D.B. Weibel
*denotes equal contribution
American Biology Teacher 2017, in press

94. Laboratory activity using accessible microfluidics to study nematode behavior in an electric field
E.D. Clawson, V. Blair, J.F. Nepper, M.D. Stilwell, T. Tangen, D.B. Weibel

93. Bacterial cell mechanics
G.K. Auer, D.B. Weibel
Biochemistry 2017, 56, 3710-3724. [PDF]

92. Targeting quinolone and aminocoumarin-resistant bacteria with new gyramide analogs that inhibit DNA gyrase
K.A. Hurley, T.M.A Santos, M.R. Fensterwald, M. Rajendram, J.T. Moore, E.I. Balmond, B.J. Blahnik, K.C. Faulkner, M.H. Foss, V.A. Heinrich, M.G. Lammers, L.C. Moore, G.D. Reynolds, G.P. Shearn-Nance, Z.W. Yao, B.A. Stearns, J.T. Shaw, D.B. Weibel
MedChemComm 2017, 8, 942-951. [PDF]

91. Altered cell mechanics increases the susceptibility of Proteus mirabilis and Vibrio parahaemolyticus swarmer cells to beta-lactam antibiotics
G.K. Auer, P.M. Oliver, M. Rajendram, Q. Yao, G.J. Jenson, D.B. Weibel

90. The major prokaryotic anionic phospholipid synthase is regulated by the SOS response in Escherichia coli
M. Rajendram, L.I. Hu, B. Reynolds, D.B. Weibel

89. Maspin binds to cardiolipin in mitochondria and triggers apoptosis
N. Mahajan, B. Hoover, M. Rajendram, K. Kawasaki, D.B. Weibel, M. Zhang


88. 5-alkyloxytryptamines are membrane-targeting, broad-spectrum antibiotics
K.C. Faulkner, K. A. Hurley, D. B. Weibel
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2016, 26, 5539-5544. [PDF]

87. Ionic hydrogen bonds and lipid packing defects determine the binding orientation and insertion depth of RecA on multi-component lipid bilayers
L. Zhang, M. Rajendram, D. B. Weibel, A. Yethiraj, Q. Cui
Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 2016, 33, 8424-8437. [PDF]

86. Direct correlation between motile behavior and protein abundance in single cells
Y.S. Dufour, S. Gillet, N.W. Frankel, D.B. Weibel, T. Emonet
PLoS Computational Biology 2016, 12, e1005041. [PDF]

85. Detection of ESKAPE bacterial pathogens using a portable, isothermal de-gas driven diagnostic system
L.D. Renner, J. Zan, L.I. Hu, P.J. Resto, A.C. Siegel, C. Torres, S. Hall, T.R. Slezak, T. Ngyuen, D.B. Weibel
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2016, 83, e02449-16. [PDF]

84. Straining soft colloids in aqueous nematic liquid crystals
P.C. Mushenheim, J.S. Pendery, D.B. Weibel, S.E. Spagnolie, N.L. Abbott
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 2016, 113, 5564-5569. [PDF]

83. Mechanical genomics identifies diverse modulators of bacterial cell stiffness
G.K. Auer, T.K. Lee, M. Rajendram, S. Cesar, A. Miguel, C. Huang, D.B. Weibel
Cell Systems 2016, 2, 402-411. [PDF]

82. Targeting the bacterial division protein FtsZ
K.A. Hurley, T.M. Santos, G. Nepomuceno, V. Huynh, J.T. Shaw, D.B. Weibel
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 2016, 59, 6975-6998. [PDF]

81. Organization and function of anionic phospholipids in bacteria
T.-Y. Lin, D.B. Weibel
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 2016, 100, 4255-4267. [PDF]


80. Bacterial transport of colloids in liquid crystalline environments
R.R Trivedi, R. Maeda, N.L. Abbott, S.E. Spagnolie, D.B. Weibel
Soft Matter 2015, 11, 8404-8408. [PDF]

79. Effects of confinement, surface-induced orientations and strain on dynamical behaviors of bacteria in thin liquid crystalline films
P.C. Mushenheim, R.R. Trivedi, S.S. Roy, M.S. Arnold, D.B. Weibel, N.L. Abbott
Soft Matter 2015, 11, 6821-6831. [PDF]

78. A cardiolipin-deficient mutant of Rhodobacter sphaeroides has an altered cell shape and is impaired in biofilm formation
T.Y Lin, T.M.A. Santos, W.S. Kontur, T.J. Donohue, D.B. Weibel
Journal of Bacteriology 2015, 197, 3446-3455. [PDF]

77. Field-applicable recombinase polymerase amplification assay for rapid detection of mycoplasma capricolum subsp. capripneumoniae
A. Liljander, M. Yu, E. O'Brien, M. Heller, J. Nepper, D. Weibel, I. Gluecks, M. Younan, J. Frey, L. Falquet, J. Jores
Journal of Clinical Microbiology 2015, 53, 2810-2815. [PDF]

76. Decoding the chemical language of motile bacteria by using high-throughput microfluidic assays 
J.A. Crooks, M.D. Stilwell, P.M. Oliver, Z. Zhong, D.B. Weibel
ChemBioChem 2015, 16, 2151-2155. [PDF]

75. Enabling the development and deployment of next generation point-of-care diagnostics
R. Derda, J. Gitaka, C. Klapperich, C. Mace, A. Kumar, M. Lieberman J. Linnes, J. Jores, J. Nasimolo, J. Ndung'u, E. Taracha, A. Weaver, D. Weibel, T.M. Kariuki, P. Yager.
PLos Neglected Tropical Diseases 2015, 9, 5. [PDF]

74. Anionic phospholipids stabilize RecA filament bundles in Escherichia coli
M. Rajendram, L. Zhang, B. Reynolds, G. Auer, H. Tuson, K. Ngo, M. Cox,  A. Yethiraj, Q. Cui, D. Weibel
Molecular Cell 2015, 60, 374-384. [PDF]

73. Membrane-targeting DCAP analogues with broad-spectrum antibiotic activity against pathogenic bacteria
K. Hurley, V. Heinrich, J. Hershfield, S. Demons, D.B. Weibel
ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2015, 4, 466-471. [PDF]

72. Agarose particle-templated porous bacterial cellulose and its application in cartilage growth in vitro
N. Yin, M.D. Stilwell, T.M.A. Santos, H. Wang, D.B. Weibel
Acta Biomateriala 2015, 12, 129-138. [PDF]


71. A chemist building paths to cell biology
D.B. Weibel
Molecular Biology of the Cell 2014, 24, 3264-3266. [PDF]

70. Gyramides prevent bacterial growth by inhibiting DNA gyrase and altering chromosome topology
M. Rajendram^, K.A. Hurley^, M.H. Foss, K.M. Thornton, J.T. Moore, J.T. Shaw, D.B. Weibel (^ denotes equal contribution)
ACS Chemical Biology 2014, 9, 1312-1319. [PDF]

69. Spatial structure of microbes in nature and the biophysics of cell-cell communication
J.Q. Boedicker, K. Brenner, D.B. Weibel
Chapter in The Physical Basis of Bacterial Quorum Communication, Springer, Ed: Stephen Hagen, 2014, 53-81.

68. Localization of anionic phospholipids in Escherichia coli cells
P.M. Oliver, J.A. Crooks, M. Leidl, E.J. Yoon, A. Saghatelian, D.B. Weibel
Journal of Bacteriology 2014, 196, 3386-3398. [PDFsupplemental.zip (right click to download)

67. Using liquid crystals to reveal how mechanical anisotropy changes interfacial behaviors of motile bacteria
P.C. Mushenheim, R.R. Trivedi, D.B. Weibel, N.L. Abbott
Biophysical Journal 2014, 107, 255-265. [PDF]

66. Polar localization of Escherichia coli chemoreceptors requires an intact Tol-Pal complex
T.M.A Santos, T.-Y. Lin, M. Rajendran, S.M. Anderson, D.B. Weibel
Molecular Microbiology 2014, 92, 985-1004[PDF]

65. Bacterial cellulose as a substrate for microbial cell culture
N. Yin, T. Santos, G. Auer, J. Crooks, P. Oliver, D. Weibel.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2014, 80, 1926-1932. [PDF]

64. Dynamic self-assembly of motile bacteria in liquid crystals
P.C. Mushenheim^, R.R. Trivedi^, H.H. Tuson, D.B. Weibel, N.L. Abbott (^denotes equal contribution)
Soft Matter 2014, 10, 88-95. [PDF]

63. Microfluidics for high school chemistry students
M. Hemling, J.A. Crooks, P.M. Oliver, K. Brenner, J. Gilbertson, G.C. Lisensky, D.B. Weibel
Journal of Chemical Education 2014, 91 (1) 112-115. [PDF]


62. Divin: a small molecule inhibitor of bacterial divisome assembly
Y.-J. Eun, M. Zhou, D. Kiekebusch, S. Schlimpert, R.R. Trivedi, S. Bakshi, Z. Zhong, T.A. Wahlig, M. Thanbichler, D.B. Weibel
Journal of the American Chemical Society 2013, 135, 9768-9776. [PDF]

61. Studying biomolecule localization by engineering bacterial cell wall curvature
L.D. Renner, P.E. Eswaramoorthy, K.S. Ramamurthi, D.B. Weibel
PLoS One 2013, 8, e84143. [PDF]

60. Draft genome sequences of two pairs of human intestinal bifidobacterium longum subsp. longum strains, 44B and 1-6B and 35B and 2-2B, consecutively isolated from two children after a 5-year time period.
A.N. Shkoporov, B.A. Efimov, E.V. Khokhlova, A.V. Chaplin, L.I. Kafarskaya, A.S. Durkin, J. McCorrison, M. Torralba, M. Gillis, G. Sutton, D.B. Weibel, K.E. Nelson, V.V. Smeianov
Genome Announcements 2013 16, e00234-e00313. [PDF]

59. Bacterial growth and adaptation in microdroplet chemostats
S. Jakiela, T.S. Kaminski, O. Cybulski, D.B. Weibel, P. Garstecki
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2013, 52, 8908-8911. [PDF]

58. Structure-activity studies of divin: an inhibitor of bacterial cell division
M. Zhou, Y.-J. Eun, L.A. Guzei, D.B. Weibel
ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2013, 4, 880-885.  [PDF]

57. From swimming to swarming: Escherichia coli cell motility in two-dimensions
J.M. Swiecicki, O. Sliusarenko, D.B. Weibel
Integrative Biology 2013, 5, 1490-1494. [PDF]

56. Bacteria-surface interactions
H.H. Tuson, D.B. Weibel
Soft Matter 2013, 9, 4368-4380. [PDF]

55. Flagellum density regulates Proteus mirabilis swarmer cell motility in viscous environments
H.H. Tuson^, M.F. Copeland^, R. Sacotte, S. Carey, D.B. Weibel (^denotes equal contribution)
Journal of Bacteriology 2013, 195, 368-377. [PDF]

54. Inhibitors of bacterial tubulin target bacterial membranes in vivo
M.H. Foss, Y.-J. Eun, C.I. Grove, D.A. Pauw, N.A. Sorto, J.W. Rensvold, D.J. Pagliarini, J.T. Shaw, D.B. Weibel
MedChemComm 2013, 4, 112-119. [PDF]


53. The synthesis and antimicrobial activity of heterocyclic derivatives of totarol
M. Kim, T. O'Brien, J. Moore, D. Anderson, M.H. Foss, D.B. Weibel, J. Shaw
ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2012, 3, 818-822. [PDF]

52. DCAP: a broad spectrum antibiotic that targets the cytoplasmic membrane of bacteria
Y.-J. Eun, M.H. Foss, D. Kiekebusch, D.A Pauw, W.M. Westler, M. Thanbichler, D.B. Weibel
Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 11322-11325 [PDF] supplemental Matlab.zip (right click to download)

51. Rapid screening of antibiotic toxicity in an automated microdroplet system
K. Churski, T.S. Kaminski, S. Jakiela, W. Kamysz, W. Baranska-Rybak, D.B. Weibel, P. Garstecki
Lab Chip 2012, 12, 1629-1637 [PDF]

50. Polyacrylamide hydrogels as substrates for studying bacteria
H.H. Tuson, L.D. Renner, D.B. Weibel
Chemical Communications 2012, 48, 1595-159. [PDF]

49. Rapid identification of ESKAPE bacterial strains using an autonomous microfluidic device
J.Y. Ho, N.J. Cira, J.A. Crooks, J. Baeza, D.B. Weibel
PLoS One 2012, 7, e41245.[PDF]

48. A self-loading microfluidic device for determining antibiotic toxicity
N.J. Cira, J.Y. Ho, M.E. Dueck, D.B. Weibel
Lab Chip 2012, 12, 1052-1059.[PDF]

47. Measuring the stiffness of bacterial cells from growth rates in hydrogels of tunable elasticity
H.H. Tuson^, G.K. Auer^, L.D. Renner, M. Hasebe, M. Salick, W.C. Crone, A. Gopinathan, KC, Huang, D.B. Weibel (^ denotes equal contribution)
Molecular Microbiology 2012, 84, 874-891. [PDF]

46. MinD and MinE interaction with anionic phospholipids and regulate division plane formation in Escherichia coli
L.D. Renner, D.B. Weibel
Journal of Biological Chemistry 2012, 287, 38835-38844. [PDF]

45. Studying the polymerization of Caulobacter crescentus FtsZ using dynamic light scattering
S. Hou, S.A. Wieczorek, T.S. Kaminski, N. Ziebacz, M. Tabaka, N.A. Sorto, M.H. Foss, J.T. Shaw, M. Thanbichler, D.B.Weibel, R. Holyst, P. Garstecki
Journal of Biological Chemistry 2012, 287, 23878-23886. [PDF]


44. Chemical biological studies of sub-cellular organization in bacteria
M.H. Foss, Y.-J. Eun, D.B. Weibel
Biochemistry 2011, 50, 7719-7734. [PDF]

43. Cardiolipin microdomains localize to negatively curved regions of Escherichia coli membranes
L.D. Renner, D.B. Weibel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 2011, 108, 6264-6269. [PDF]

42. Quorum sensing between Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms accelerates cell growth
S.T. Flickinger, M.F. Copeland, E.M. Downes, A.T. Braasch, H.H. Tuson, Y.-J. Eun, D.B. Weibel
Journal of the American Chemical Society 2011, 133, 5966-5975. [PDF]

41. N-benzyl-3-sulfonamidopyrrolidines are a new class of bacterial DNA gyrase inhibitors
M.H. Foss, K.A. Hurley, L.L. Lackner, N. Sorto, K. Thornton, J.T. Shaw, D.B. Weibel
ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2011, 2, 289-292. [PDF]

40. Physicochemical regulation of biofilm formation
L.D. Renner, D.B. Weibel
MRS Bulletin 2011, 36, 347-355. [PDF]

39. Encapsulating bacteria in agarose microparticles using microfluidics for high-throughput cell analysis and isolation
Y.-J. Eun, A.S. Utada, M.F. Copeland, S. Takeuchi, D.B. Weibel
ACS Chemical Biology 2011, 6, 260-266. [PDF]


38. Oligochlorophens: potent inhibitors of Bacillus anthracis
M.H. Foss, D.B. Weibel
Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy 2010, 54, 3988-3990. [PDF]

37. Studying the dynamics of flagella in multicellular communities of Escherichia coli by using biarsenical dyes
M.F. Copeland, S.T. Flickinger, H.H. Tuson, D.B. Weibel
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2010, 76, 1241-1250. [PDF]


36. A22 disrupts the bacterial actin cytoskeleton by directly binding and inducing a low-affinity state in MreB
G.J. Bean, S.T. Flickinger, W.M. Westler, M.E. McCully, D. Sept, D.B. Weibel, K.J. Amann
Biochemistry 2009, 48, 4852-4857. [PDF]

35. Fabrication of biofilm arrays by geometric control of cell adhesion
Y.-J. Eun, D.B. Weibel
Langmuir 2009, 25, 4643-4654. [PDF]

34. Bacterial cell curvature via mechanical control of cell growth
M.T. Cabeen, G. Charbon, W. Vollmer, P. Born, N. Asumees, D.B. Weibel, C. Jacobs-Wagner
EMBO Journal 2009, 28, 1208-1219. [PDF]

33. Propulsion of flexible polymer structures in a rotating magnetic field
P. Garstecki, P. Tierno, D.B. Weibel, F. Sagues, G.M. Whitesides
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 2009, 21, 204110. [PDF]

32. Dissecting bacteria using materials science
A. Muralimohan, Y.-J. Eun, B. Bhattacharyya, D.B. Weibel
Trends Microbiology 2009, 17, 100-108. [PDF]

31. Bacterial swarming: a model system for studying dynamic self-assembly
M.F. Copeland, D.B. Weibel
Soft Matter 2009, 5, 1174-1187. [PDF]


30. Building communities one bacterium at a time
D.B. Weibel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 2008, 105, 18075-18076. [PDF]

29. Carbonic anhydrase as a model for biophysical and physical-organic studies of protein and protein-ligand binding
V.M. Krishnamurthy, G.K. Kaufman, A.R. Urbach, I. Gitlin, K.L. Gudiksen, D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides
Chemical Reviews 2008, 108, 946-1051. [PDF]

28. Templated self-assembly over patterned electrodes by an applied electric field: geometric constraints and diversity of materials
A. Winkleman, L.S. McCarty, T. Zhu, D.B. Weibel, Z. Suo, G.M. Whitesides
Journal of MEMS 2008, 17, 900-910. [PDF]


27. Pumping fluids in microfluidic systems using the elastic deformation of poly(dimethylsiloxane)
D.B. Weibel, A.C. Siegel, A. Lee, A.H. George, G.M. Whitesides
Lab Chip 2007, 7, 1832-1836. [PDF]

26. Reconstitution of DNA segregation from purified components: a three component plasmid spindle
E.C. Garner, C. Campbell, D.B. Weibel, R.D. Mullins
Science 2007, 315, 1270-1274. [PDF]

25. Microsolidics: fabrication of three-dimensional metallic structures using microfluidics
A. Siegel, D. Bruzewicz, D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides
Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 727-733. [PDF]

24. Microfabrication meets microbiology
D.B. Weibel, W.R. DiLuzio, G.M. Whitesides
Nature Reviews Microbiology 2007, 5, 209-218. [PDF]


23. Cofabrication of electromagnets and microfluidic systems in poly(dimethylsiloxane)
A.C. Siegel, S. Shevkoplyas, D.B. Weibel, D. Bruzewicz, A. Martinez, G.M. Whitesides
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2006, 45, 6877-6882. [PDF]

22. Pinoresinol: a lignol of plant origin serving for defense in a caterpillar
F.C. Schroeder, M.L. del Campo, J.A. Grant, D.B. Weibel, S.R. Smedley, K.L. Bolton, J. Meinwald, T. Eisner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 2006, 103, 15497-15501. [PDF]

21. Applications of microfluidics in chemical biology
D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 2006, 10, 584-591. [PDF]


20. Generation of monodisperse particles using microfluidics: control over size, shape, and composition
S. Xu, Z. Nie, P. Lewis, E. Kumacheva, P. Garstecki, D.B. Weibel, I. Gitlin, H. Stone, G.M. Whitesides
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2005, 44, 724-728. [PDF]

19. An axisymmetric flow-focusing microfluidic device
S. Takeuchi, P. Garstecki, D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides
Advanced Materials 2005, 17, 1067-1072. [PDF]

18. A bacterial printing press that regenerates its ink: contact printing bacteria using hydrogel stamps
D.B. Weibel, A. Lee, M. Mayer, S.F. Brady, D. Bruzewicz, J. Yang, W.R. DiLuzio, J. Clardy, G.M. Whitesides
Langmuir 2005, 21, 6436-6442. [PDF]

17. Escherichia coli swim on the right-hand side
W.R. DiLuzio, L. Turner, M. Mayer, P. Garstecki, D.B. Weibel, H.C. Berg, G.M. Whitesides
Nature 2005, 16, 3019-3022. [PDF]

16. Torque actuated valves for microfluidics
D.B. Weibel, M. Kruithof, S. Potenta, S.K. Sia, A. Lee, G.M. Whitesides
Analytical Chemistry 2005, 77, 4726-4733. [PDF]

15. Microoxen: microorganisms to move microscale loads
D.B. Weibel, P. Garstecki, D. Ryan, W.R. DiLuzio, J.E. Seto, M. Mayer, G.M. Whitesides
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 2005, 103, 11963-11967. [PDF]

14. Direct patterning of mammalian cells onto porous tissue engineering substrates using agarose stamps
M.M. Stevens, M. Mayer, D.G. Anderson, D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides, R. Langer
Biomaterials 2005, 26, 7636-7641. [PDF]

13. Modeling the anodic half-cell of a low-temperature coal fuel cell
D.B. Weibel, R. Boulatov, A. Lee, R. Ferrigno, G.M. Whitesides
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2005, 44, 5682-5686. [PDF]

12. Controlling the shape of filamentous cells of E. coli in microfluidic channels
S. Takeuchi, W.R. DiLuzio, D.B. Weibel, G.M. Whitesides
Nano Letters 2005, 5, 1819-1823. [PDF]

11. Combining microscience and neurobiology
D.B. Weibel, P. Garstecki, G.M. Whitesides
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 2005, 15, 560-567 [PDF]


10. Chiral silylation reagents: determining configuration via NMR spectroscopic co-analysis
F.C. Schroeder, D.B. Weibel, J. Meinwald
Organic Letters 2004, 16, 3019-3022. [PDF]

9. New silicon-based reagents for the absolute stereochemical determination of secondary alcohols
R.T. Williamson, A.C. Barrios Sosa, A. Mitra, P.J. Seaton, D.B. Weibel, F.C. Schroeder, J. Meinwald, F.E. Koehn
Organic Letters 2003, 5, 1745-1748. [PDF]

8. Mayolenes: labile defensive lipids from the glandular hairs of a caterpillar
S.R. Smedley, F.C. Schroeder, D.B. Weibel, J. Meinwald, K.A. LaFleur, J.A. Renwick, R. Rutowski, T. Eisner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 2002, 99, 6822-6827. [PDF]

7. Synthesis of Mayolene-16 and Mayolene-18: larval defensive lipids from the European cabbage butterfly
D.B. Weibel, L.E. Shevy, F.C. Schroeder, J. Meinwald
Journal of Organic Chemistry 2002, 67, 5896-5900. [PDF]


6. Oxidodiperoxymolybdenum(pyridine)(hexamethylphosphoric)triamide.
D.B. Weibel
Synlett 2000, 7, 1076. [PDF]

5. Iridoid biosynthesis in Staphylinid rove beetles
D.B. Weibel, N. Oldham, B. Feld, G. Glombitza, K. Dettner, W. Boland
Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2000, 31, 583-591. [PDF]

4. Chiral silylation reagents for determination of absolute configuration by NMR spectroscopy
D.B. Weibel, T.R. Walker, F.C. Schroeder, J. Meinwald
Organic Letters 2000, 2, 2381-2383. [PDF]

3. Cycloalkene budding: competitive and multiple cycloalkene extrusion from doubly unsaturated N,N-dimethylhydrazones
D.B. Weibel, A.B. Attygalle, L.E. Shevy, J. Meinwald
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 2000, 14, 1105-1109. [PDF]

2. Synthesis of polyether exomethylene paracyclophanes via an intramolecular palladium catalyzed benzannulation protocol
D.B. Weibel, V. Gevorgyan, Y. Yamamoto
Journal of Organic Chemistry 1998, 63, 1217-1220. [PDF]

1. Ruthenium-catalyzed cyclization of dienylalkynes via vinylidene intermediates: scope and limitations
D.B. Weibel, Y. Yamamoto
Chemtracts 1997, 10, 1034-1038


Shaw, Jared T.; Moore, Jared T.; Fensterwald, Molly R.; Weibel, Douglas B.; Hurley, Katherine A.; Presley, Andrew D. Inhibitors of Bacterial DNA gyrase with efficacy against gram-negative bacteria. US2015/030,638. Filed May 13, 2015.

Liu, Zenghe; Weibel, Douglas B. Methods and system for measuring retinal. 9,101,309.

Weibel, Douglas B.; Parviz, Babak. Contact lens for measuring intraocular pressure. US2014/070,569.

Brenner, Katie; Weibel, Douglas B. Device for bioavailable oral hormone monitoring. US2015/30638. Filed April 6, 2015.

Weibel, Douglas B.; Resto, Pedro J.; Siegel, Adam C. Optical Detection system for portable diagnostic assays. 62/274,402. Filled January 4, 2015.

Weibel, Douglas; B.; Hurley, Katherine A.; Faulkner, Katherine C. Antimicrobial compounds, compositions and methods of use thereof. 62/020,490. Filled July 3, 2015.

Weibel, Douglas B.; Lee, Andrew;Potenta, Scott; Siegel, Adam; Kruithof, Maarten; Whitesides, George M. Valves and reservoirs for microfluidic systems. 8,985,547.

Garstecki, Piotr; Weibel, Douglas B.; Gitlin, Irina; Takeuchi, Shoji; Xu, Shengqing; Nie, Zhihong; Seo, Min Seok; Lewis, Patrick C.; Kumacheva, Eugenia; Stone, Howard A.; Whitesides, George M. Systems and methods of forming particles. 2007054119 A1 20070308.

Bruzewicz, Derek A.; Boncheva-Bettex, Mila; Whitesides, George M.; Siegel, Adam; Weibel, Douglas B.; Shevkoplyas, Sergey; Martinez, Andres. Fabrication of conductive pathways, microcircuits and microstructures in microfluidic networks. 2007061448 A2 20070531.

Eun, Ye-Jin; Weibel, Zhou, Maoquan; Weibel, Douglas B. Antimicrobial compositions and methods of use thereo 13/546667. Filed July 11, 2012.

Cira, Nathaniel J.; Weibel, Douglas B. Self-loading device and methods of use. 13/303982. Filed November 23, 2011.

Weibel, Douglas B.; Eun, Ye-Jin; Hurley, Katherine A.; Foss, Marie H. Antimicrobial compounds, compositions and methods of use thereof. 61/657126. Filed June 8, 2012.