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Bert Wouters

  • University of Amsterdam
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Research interests

3d printingbiodegredable polymersbottom-uppolymer monolithlab on a chipcyclic olefin copolymermulti-dimensional separationsproteomicsliquid chromatographyimmobilized enzymesIMERmicrofluidics

About

I am currently working as a post doc researcher at the Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS) at the University of Amsterdam under the supervision of Prof. Schoenmakers. Previously, I have completed a Master of Industrial Engineering (Chemistry), a Master of Biomolecular Sciences and a PhD of Chemical Engineering.

Co-authors (44)

  • Gino Groeneveld
  • Sanne Berbers
  • Florian van Beek
  • Andrea Gargano
  • Liana Roca

Publications (5)

  • Nanoparticle Analysis by Online Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography combining Hydrodynamic Chromatography and Size-Exclusion Chromatography with Intermediate Sample Transformation

    • Pirok B
    • Abdulhussain N
    • Aalbers T
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  • Prototyping of thermoplastic microfluidic chips and their application in high-performance liquid chromatography separations of small molecules

    • Wouters S
    • De Vos J
    • Dores-Sousa J
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  • Title: A cyclic-olefin-copolymer microfluidic immobilised-enzyme reactor for rapid digestion of proteins from dried blood spots

    • Wouters B
    • Dapic I
    • Valkenburg T
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  • Visualization procedures for proteins and peptides on flat-bed monoliths and their effects on matrix-assisted laser-desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometric detection

    • Wouters B
    • Vanhoutte D
    • Aarnoutse P
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  • The potential of polymeric monolithic capillary columns for the LC-MS analysis of intact proteins

    • Wouters B
    • Vaast A
    • Treumann A
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Education

Universiteit van Amsterdam