Dr Bridle Publication List
Monitoring of drinking water quality using automated ATP quantification
Hansen, C.B., Kerrouche, A., Tatari, K., Rasmussen, A., Ryan, T., Summersgil, P., Desmulliez, M., Bridle, H., Albrechtsen, H.J.
Journal of Microbiological Methods, 165: 105713, 2019
Following up on Interdisciplinary Encounters: Benefits for Early Career Researchers
European Review, 26(S2): S6-S20, 2018
Impact of poloxamer 188 (Pluronic F-68) additive on cell mechanical properties, quantification by real-time deformability cytometry
Guzniczak, E., Jimenez, M., Irwin, M., Otto, O., Willoughby, N., Bridle, H.
Biomicrofluidics, 12(4): 044118, 2018
Giardia duodenalis in the UK: current knowledge of risk factors and public health implications
Horton, B., Bridle, H., Alexander, C., Katzer, F.
High capture efficiency of lectin surfaces for Cryptosporidium parvum biosensors
Gavriilidou, D., Bridle, H.
Biochemical Engineering Journal, 135: 79-82, 2018
Megasonic elution of waterborne protozoa enhances recovery rates from filters
Bridle, H., Kerrouche, A., Desmulliez, M.
Towards enhanced automated elution systems for waterborne protozoa using megasonic energy
Horton, B., Katzer, F., Desmulliez, M., Bridle, H.
Journal of Microbiological Methods, 145: 28-36, 2018
High-throughput assessment of mechanical properties of stem cell dervied red blood cells
Guzniczak, E., Mohammad Zadeh, M., Dempsey, F., Jimenez, M., Bock, H., Whyte, G., Willoughby, N., Bridle, H.
Scientific Reports, 7: 14457, 2017
Multiplexed single-mode wavelength-to-time mapping of multimode light
Kuzhikkattu, Chandrasekharan, H., Izdebski, F., Gris-Sanchez, I., Krstajic, N., Walker, R., Bridle, H., Dalgarno, P.A., MacPherson, W.N>, Henderson, R., Birks, T.A., Thomson, R.R.
Nature Communications, 8: 14080, 2017
Analysis of parasitic protozoa at the single-cell level using microfluidic impedance cytometry
McGrath, J.S., Honrado, C., Spencer, D., Horton, B., Bridle, H., Morgan, H.
Scientific Reports, 7: 2601, 2017
Antimicrobial efficacy and safety of mucoadhesive exopolymer produced by Acinetobacter haemolyticus
Sharma, V., Kaur, T., Bridle, H., Ghosh, M.
Internation Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 94(A): 187-193, 2017
Cascading and parallelising curvilinear inertial focussing systems for high volume, wide size distribution, separation and concentration of particles
Miller, B., Jimenez, M., Bridle, H.
Scientific Reports, 6: 36386, 2016
Microfluidics for effective concentration and sorting of waterborne protozoan pathogens
Jimenez, M., Bridle, H.
Journal of Microbiological Methods, 126: 8-11, 2016
Impact of microfluidic processing on bacterial ribonucleic acid expression
Gandi, S.K., Watson, D., Kersaudy-Kerhoas, M., Desmulliez, M. , Bachmann, T., Bridle, H.
Biomicrofluidics, 9(3):031102, 2015
Efficient separation of small micro particles at high flowrates using spiral channels: application to waterborne pathogens
Miller, B., Jimenez, M., Bridle, H.
Chemical Engineering Science, 2015
Enhancing Cryptosporidium parvum recovery rates for improved water monitoring
Pavli, P., Venkateswaran, S., Bradley, M., Bridle, H.
Angry pathogens: how to get rid of them: introducing microfluidics for waterborne pathogen separation to children
Jimenez, M., Bridle, H.
Lab on a Chip, 15(4):947-57, 2015
Megasonic sonication for cost-effective and automatable elution of Cryptosporidium from filters and membranes
Kerrouche, A. , Desmulliez, M., Bridle, H.
Journal of Microbiological Methods, 118: 123-27, 2015
Exploitation of Nanotechnology for the Monitoring of Waterborne Pathogens: State-of-the-Art and Future Research Priorities
Bridle, H., Balharry, D., Gaiser, B., Johnston, H.
Environmental Science and Technology, 49(18): 10762-10777, 2015
Deterministic lateral displacement for particle separation: a review
McGrath, J., Jimenez, M., Bridle, H.
Lab on a Chip, 14, 4139-4158, 2014
Application of microfluidics in waterborne pathogen monitoring: A review
Bridle, H., Miller, B., Desmulliez, M.P.Y.
Water Research, 2014, 55, 265-271.
Advances in Water Quality Monitoring of Inorganics: Current Trends
Bullough, F.; Fenech, C.; Bridle, H.
Journal of Water Resources and Protection, 2013
European Science Foundation “Water: Unite and Divide” Special Issue.
Preparing for an interdisciplinary future: A perspective from early-career researchers
Bridle, H.; Vrieling, A.; Araya, Y.; Cardillo, M.; Hinojosa-Valencia, L.
Futures, 2013, 53, 22-32.
Probing Enzymatic Activity Inside Single Cells
Olofsson, J.; Xu, S.; Jeffries, G.D.M.; Jesorka, A. Bridle, H.; Isaksson, I.; Weber,S.G.; Orwar, O.
Analytical Chemistry, 2013, 85, 21, 10126-10133
Comparison of immobilisation strategies for Cryptosporidium parvum immunosensors
Gavriilidou, D., Bridle, H.
Biochemical Engineering Journal, 2012, 68, 231-235.
Detection of Cryptosporidium in Miniaturised Fluidic Devices
Bridle, H., Kersaudy-Kerhoas, M., Miller, B., Gavriilidou, D., Katzer, F., Innes, E.A., Desmulliez, M.P.Y.
Water Research, 2012, 46, 6, 1641-61.
Analysis of Giardia lamblia Interactions with Polymer Surfaces using a Microarray Approach
Pickering, H., Wu, M., Bradley, M., Bridle, H.
Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 46, 4, 2179-86.
Targeting Cryptosporidium capture
Mei Wu, Helen Bridle, Mark Bradley
Water Research, 2012, 46, 6, 1715-22.
Direct Access and Control of the Intracellular Solution Environment Within Single Whole Cells
Helen Bridle#, Jessica Olofsson#, Aldo Jesorka, Stephen Weber$ and Owe Orwar.
Anal Chem, 2009, 81, (5), 1810-18.
On-chip fabrication to add temperature control to a microfluidic solution exchange system
Bridle, H., Millingen, M.; Jesorka, A.
Lab Chip, 2008, 8, (3), 480-483.
Ligand-Specific Temperature-Dependent Shifts in EC(50) Values for the GABA(A) Receptor
Millingen, M.; Bridle, H.; Jesorka, A.; Lincoln, P.; Orwar, O.
Anal Chem 2008, 80, (1), 340-3.
Automated control of local solution environments in open-volume microfluidics
Bridle, H.; Olofsson, J.; Jesorka, A.; Orwar, O.
Anal Chem 2007, 79, (24), 9286-93.
A chemical waveform synthesizer
Olofsson, J.; Bridle, H.; Sinclair, J.; Granfeldt, D.; Sahlin, E.; Orwar, O.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2005, 102, (23), 8097-102.
BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS
BRIDLE H. “Waterborne Pathogens: Detection Methods and Applications” Elsevier, 379 pages, 2013
BRIDLE H & GHOSH M. “Polymers for the monitoring of waterborne protozoa” chapter in “Biomaterial Applications: Macro to Nanoscales” Apple Academic Press, 205 pages, 2014
Developing a label-free microfluidic strategy for downstream processing of stem-cell-derived red blood cells, E.Guzniczak, M.Jimenez, G. Whyte, O.Otto, N. Willoughby, H.Bridle. bioProcessUK Conference, Liverpool, November 2019
Deformability-induced lift force in curvilinear microchannels for stem cell-derived product purification, E.Guzniczak, M.Jimenez, O.Otto, N. Willoughby, H.Bridle. Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, Kaohsiung, October 2018.
Fluid flow in curvilinear microchannels for stem cell purification- understanding the deformability-induced lift force, E. Guzniczak, M. Jimenez, H. Bridle. German Physical Society annual meeting, Berlin, March 2018.
Application of Inertial Microfluidics for label-free Manufactured Red blood cells sorting, E. Guzniczak, M. Jimenez, F. Dempsey, L. Forrester, N. Willoughby and H. Bridle. Bioprocessing of Advanced Cellular Therapies Congress, London, June 2017.
How to overcome the current microfluidic challenges for stem cells purification? E. Guzniczak, M. Jimenez, F. Dempsey, L. Forrester, N. Willoughby and H. Bridle. Lab-on-a-Chip conference, Madrid, March 2016.
Inertial Microfluidics for Cell Purification Based on Cell Size and Deformability. E. Guzniczak, M. Jimenez, F. Dempsey, L. Forrester, N. Willoughby, H. Bridle. IBioIC Annual Conference, Glasgow, January 2016.
Inertial Focusing in Spiral Microchannel for Separating Biological Particles in Drinking Water Monitoring . M.Jimenez (talk), B. Miller and H. Bridle. 12th International Conference on Gas-Liquid & Gas-Liquid-Solid Reactor Engineering (GLS12), New-York, USA, July 2015. WON TOP 2 PAPER PRIZE in "Innovation" session
Microfluidics and Drinking water: A promising combination for monitoring the presence of pathogens. M. Jimenez (poster) and H. Bridle. 16th IWA UK National Young Water Professionals Conference, Glasgow, UK, April 2015
How Could Microfluidics be Applied for Waterborne Pathogen Detection? M. Jimenez (talk), B. Miller, J. McGrath and H. Bridle. 4th European Conference on Microfluidics, Limerick, Ireland, December 2014
Continuous Sorting and Concentration of Viable and Non-Viable Cryptosporidium parvum Oocysts Using Dielectrophoresis. J. McGrath (talk/poster), M. Jimenez and H. Bridle. 4th European Conference on Microfluidics, Limerick, Ireland, December 2014
“Microworld and Microflows”: Initiating School Children to Microfluidics. W. Mielczarek (talk/poster), T. Aspray, F. Mallevre, M. Jimenez, J. McGrath, P. Cameron, H. Bridle and M. Kersaudy-Kerhoas. 4th European Conference on Microfluidics, Limerick, Ireland, December 2014
Continuous sorting and concentration of viable and heat treated Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts using dielectrophoresis. J. McGrath (poster), M. Jimenez and H. Bridle. EMBL Microfluidics Conference, Heidelberg, Germany, July 2014
"Techniques to Control the Environment Around and Inside Single Cells"
Supervisor: Owe Orwar, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Awarded: 16th June 2008.
"Future Display Technologies for Automotive Applications"
With Mitsubishi Electric AB, Gothenburg, Sweden.
MAGAZINE AND UNREFEREED ARTICLES
MILLER B, BRIDLE H & SMITH S. “A simple, effective and cheap means to reduce bubbles in microchannels”, Chips and Tips, 10th May 2013
MILLER B, SMITH S & BRIDLE H. “A refinement of a method to prevent sagging during the bonding or lamination of chips with high aspect ratio chambers”, Chips and Tips, 24th April 2012
BRIDLE H. “Scanning your food to check it is safe”, Research the Headlines blog, 11th November 2013
BRIDLE H. “Keeping an eye on ocean microbes”, Geological Society of London blog , 17th May 2013
BRIDLE H: 17 articles in the Scotsman as part of my British Science Association Media Fellowship 2012
BRIDLE H: 7 articles on the British Science Association website (coverage of the British Science Festival 2012) during the Media Fellowship plus blog describing my Media Fellowship experiences