Mieke Kleijn
Mieke Kleijn
Physical Chemistry and Soft Matter, Wageningen University
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Atomic force microscopy and direct surface force measurements (IUPAC technical report)
J Ralston, I Larson, MW Rutland, AA Feiler, M Kleijn
Pure and applied chemistry 77 (12), 2149-2170, 2005
Adsorption of the protein bovine serum albumin in a planar poly (acrylic acid) brush layer as measured by optical reflectometry
WM de Vos, PM Biesheuvel, A de Keizer, JM Kleijn, MA Cohen Stuart
Langmuir 24 (13), 6575-6584, 2008
The toxicity of plastic nanoparticles to green algae as influenced by surface modification, medium hardness and cellular adsorption
TM Nolte, NB Hartmann, JM Kleijn, J Garnæs, D Van De Meent, ...
Aquatic toxicology 183, 11-20, 2017
The electrical double layer on gold probed by electrokinetic and surface force measurements
M Giesbers, JM Kleijn, MAC Stuart
Journal of colloid and interface science 248 (1), 88-95, 2002
Characterisation of algal organic matter produced by bloom-forming marine and freshwater algae
LO Villacorte, Y Ekowati, TR Neu, JM Kleijn, H Winters, G Amy, ...
Water Research 73, 216-230, 2015
Influence of the electric potential of the interface on the adsorption of proteins
MA Bos, Z Shervani, ACI Anusiem, M Giesbers, W Norde, JM Kleijn
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 3 (1-2), 91-100, 1994
Bipolar electrode behaviour of the aluminium surface in a lateral electric field
J Duval, JM Kleijn, HP van Leeuwen
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 505 (1-2), 1-11, 2001
Double layer of a gold electrode probed by AFM force measurements
D Barten, JM Kleijn, J Duval, HP Leeuwen, J Lyklema, MA Cohen Stuart
Langmuir 19 (4), 1133-1139, 2003
Field theoretical analysis of driving forces for the uptake of proteins by like-charged polyelectrolyte brushes: effects of charge regulation and patchiness
WM De Vos, FAM Leermakers, A De Keizer, MA Cohen Stuart, JM Kleijn
Langmuir 26 (1), 249-259, 2010
The adsorption of proteins from aqueous solution on solid surfaces.
JM Kleijn, W Norde
Heterogeneous Chemistry Reviews, 1995
Amphifunctionally electrified interfaces: Coupling of electronic and ionic surface-charging processes
J Duval, J Lyklema, JM Kleijn, HP van Leeuwen
Langmuir 17 (24), 7573-7581, 2001
Use of biocompatible buffers to reduce the concentration overpotential for hydrogen evolution
AW Jeremiasse, HVM Hamelers, JM Kleijn, CJN Buisman
Environmental science & technology 43 (17), 6882-6887, 2009
Orientation of adsorbed cytochrome c as a function of the electrical potential of the interface studied by total internal reflection fluorescence
JG Fraaije, JM Kleijn, M Van der Graaf, JC Dijt
Biophysical journal 57 (5), 965-975, 1990
Performance of metal alloys as hydrogen evolution reaction catalysts in a microbial electrolysis cell
AW Jeremiasse, J Bergsma, JM Kleijn, M Saakes, CJN Buisman, ...
International journal of hydrogen energy 36 (17), 10482-10489, 2011
Determination of the orientation distribution of adsorbed fluorophores using TIRF. I. Theory
MA Bos, JM Kleijn
Biophysical journal 68 (6), 2566-2572, 1995
Interactions between acid-and base-functionalized surfaces
M Giesbers, JM Kleijn, MAC Stuart
Journal of colloid and interface science 252 (1), 138-148, 2002
Forces between polymer-covered surfaces: a colloidal probe study
M Giesbers, JM Kleijn, GJ Fleer, MAC Stuart
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 142 (2-3 …, 1998
Determination of the orientation distribution of adsorbed fluorophores using TIRF. II. Measurements on porphyrin and cytochrome c
MA Bos, JM Kleijn
Biophysical journal 68 (6), 2573-2579, 1995
Ultrastrong anchoring yet barrier‐free adsorption of composite microgels at liquid interfaces
H Monteillet, M Workamp, J Appel, JM Kleijn, FAM Leermakers, J Sprakel
Advanced Materials Interfaces 1 (7), 1300121, 2014
Lysozyme uptake by oxidized starch polymer microgels
Y Li, R Vries, M Kleijn, T Slaghek, J Timmermans, MC Stuart, W Norde
Biomacromolecules 11 (7), 1754-1762, 2010
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