Programmable microfluidic synthesis of over one thousand uniquely identifiable spectral codes. Nguyen, H.Q., Baxter, B.C., Brower, K., Diaz-Botia, C.A., DeRisi, J.L, Fordyce, P.M.*, and Thorn., K.S.* Advanced Optical Materials (2016). (* denotes co-corresponding authors).
How duplicated transcription regulators can diversify to govern the expression of non overlapping sets of genes. Perez, J.C., Fordyce, P.M., Lohse, M.B., Hanson-Smith, V., DeRisi, J.L., & Johnson, A.D. Genes & Development (2014).
Structure of the transcriptional network controlling white-opaque switching in Candida albicans. Hernday, A.D., Lohse, M.B.*, Fordyce, P.M.*, Nobile, C.J., DeRisi, J.L., & Johnson, A.D. Molecular Microbiology (2013). (* denotes equal authorship).
Microfluidic affinity and ChIP-Seq analyses converge on a conserved FOXP2-binding motif in chimp and human, which enables the detection of evolutionarily novel targets. Nelson, C.S., Fuller, C.K., Fordyce, P.M., Greninger, A.L., Li, H., & DeRisi, J.L. Nucleic Acids Research (2013).
Identification and characterization of a previously undescribed family of sequence-specific DNA-binding domains. Lohse, M.B., Hernday, A.D., Fordyce, P.M., Noiman, L., Sorrells, T.R., Hanson-Smith, V., Nobile, C., DeRisi, J.L., & Johnson, A.D. PNAS (2013).
Basic leucine zipper transcription factor Hac1 binds DNA in two distinct modes as revealed by microfluidic analyses. Fordyce, P.M., Pincus, D., Kimmig, P., Nelson, C.S., El-Samad, H., Walter, P., & DeRisi, J.L. PNAS (2012).
Programmable microfluidic synthesis of spectrally encoded microspheres. Gerver, R.E.*, Gomez-Sjoberg, R.*, Baxter, B.C.*, Thorn, K.S.*, Fordyce, P.M.*, Diaz-Botia, C.A., Helms, B.A., & DeRisi, J.L. Lab on a Chip (2012). (* denotes equal authorship, author order was determined by random draw).
Systematic characterization of feature dimensions and closing pressures for microfluidic valves produced via photoresist reflow. Fordyce, P.M., Diaz-Botia, C.A., DeRisi, J.L., & Gomez-Sjoberg, R. Lab on a Chip (2012).
De novo identification and biophysical characterization of transcription factor binding with microfluidic affinity analysis. Fordyce, P.M.*, Gerber, D.*, Tran, D., Zheng, J., Li, H., DeRisi, J.L., & Quake, S.R. Nature Biotechnology (2010). (* denotes equal authorship)
Advances in surface-based assays for single molecules. Fordyce, P.M.*, Valentine, M.T.*, & Block, S.M. in "ingle-Molecule Techniques: A Laboratory Manual" (Cold Spring Harbor Monograph Series) (2008). (* denotes equal authorship)
Individual dimers of the mitotic kinetin Eg5 step processively and support substantial loads in vitro. Valentine, M.T.*, Fordyce, P.M.*, Krzysiak, T.C., Gilbert, S.P., & Block, S.M. Nature Cell Biology (2006). (* denotes equal authorship)