1. Schultz JS, Thirty-fifth anniversary of the optical affinity sensor for glucose: A personal retrospective. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 9(1):153-5 (2015).
  2. AD Pant, K Nagamine, I Shiraki, E Torikai, K Shimomura, FL Pratt, H Ariga, K Ishida, JS Schultz, Muonium response to oxygen content in biological aqueous solutions for cancer research , Journal of Physics: Conference Series 551 (1), 012043 (2014)
  3. X. Huang; S.Li; J.S. Schultz; Q. Wang; Q. Lin. A dielectric affinity microbiosensor Applied Physics Letters. 96 (3) 033701 – 033701-3 (2010)
  4. X. Huang; S. Li, J. Schultz, Q. Wang; Q. Lin A Capacitive MEMS Viscometric Sensor for Affinity Detection of Glucose J. Microelectromechanical Systems. 18: 1246-1254 (2009) DOI 10.1109/JMEMS.2009.2034869
  5. Huang, X. Li, S. ; Schultz, J. ; Wang, Q. ; Lin, Q. A MEMS Sensor for Continuous Monitoring of Glucose in Subcutaneous Tissue352-355 978-1-4244-2978-309 ©2009 IEEE DOI 10.1109/MEMSYS.2009.4805391
  6. Xian Huanga, Siqi Li b, Jerome S. Schultzc, QianWangb, Qiao Lina,∗A MEMS affinity glucose sensor using a biocompatible glucose-responsive polymerSensors and Actuators B 140 (2009) 603–609
  7. J. Vasquez, A. Vu, J.S. Schultz, V. Vullev. Fluorescence Enhancement of Warfarin Induced by Interaction with β-Cyclodextrin. Biotechnology Progress, 25: 906-914 (2009).
  8. X. Huang, S. Li, J. S. Schultz, Q. Wang, Q. Lin. A MEMS Affinity Glucose Sensor Using a Biocompatible Glucose-Responsive Polymer. Sensors and Actuators B 140 (2) 603-609, 16 July 2009
  9. K. Nagamine, E. Torikai, K. Shimomura, Y. Ikedo, J.S. Schultz. Molecular radiation biological effect in wet protein and DNA observed in the measurements of labeled electron with muons. Physica B 404: 953–956 (2009)
  10. Gao, D., Chen, W., Mulchandani, A. and Schultz, J. S. (2007) Detection of Tumor Markers Based on Extinction Spectra of Visible Light Passing through Gold Nanoholes, Applied Physics Letters (90:073901).
  11. K. Nagamine, K. Shimomura, H. Miyadera, Y.-J. Ki, R.H. Scheicher, T. P. Das and J.S. Schultz. Hemoglobin Magnetism in Aqueous Solution Probed by Muon Spin Relaxation and Future Applications to Brain Research. Proc. Jpn. Acad., Ser. B83 (2007) 120-126.
  12. K. Nagamine, S. Shimomura, K. Imai, J.S. Schultz.  Probing magnetism in human blood by muon spin relaxation. Physica B, 374-375: 444-447 (2006)
  13. J.S. Schultz. Optically-based Affinity Biosensors for Glucose. In Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Volume 11, Glucose Sensing. Editors C.D. Geddes and J.R. Lakowicz. Springer. (2006), pp 283-310.
  14. J.S. Schultz. Inside the Cell – A New Paradigm for Unit Operations and Unit Processes?  Chemical Engineering Education. 40(2): 126-139, (2006).
  15. D. Gao, N. McBean, J. S. Schultz, Y. Yan, A. Mulchandani, W. Chen. Fabrication of Antibody Arrays Using Thermally Responsive Elastin Fusion Proteins J. Am. Chem. Soc., 128 (3), 676 -677, 2006
  16. K. Nagamine, Shimomura, K., Imai, K., Schultz, J., Mills, A. (2005) Probing magnetism in human blood by Muon spin relaxation spectroscopy.  Proceedings of MSR, 27-30.
  17. J.S. Schultz. (Biosensing) Infrastructure Overview, pp 1-19. In International Research and Development in Biosensing. World Technology Evaluation Center.Baltimore Md.  Aug (2004).
  18. J.S. Schultz. Biosensors. In Encyclopedia of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering. Marcel Dekker, N.Y. Pp 129-143 (2004).
  19. K. Ye, S. Jin, M. Ataai, J.S. Schultz, J. Ibeh. Tagging Retrovirus Vectors with a Metal Binding Peptide and One-Step Purification by Immobilized Metal Affinity Chromatography. J. Virology, 78: 9820-9827 (2004).
  20. K. Ye, S. Jin, and J.S. Schultz. Genetic engineering of a fluorescent cell marker for labeling CD34+ hematopoietic stem cells. Biotechnol. Prog. 20 561-565 (2004)
  21. K.Ye and J.S. Schultz. Genetic engineering of an allosteric-based glucose indicator protein for continuous glucose monitoring by fluorescence resonance energy transfer, Anal. Chem. 75: 3451-3459 (2003)
  22. K. Ye, H.K. Dhiman, J. Suhan, and J.S. Schultz. Effect of pH on Infectivity and Morphology of Ecotropic Moloney Murine Leukemia Virus.  Biotechnol. Prog., 19: 538-543 (2003)
  23. J.S. Schultz.  Microanalytical Techniques. Encyclopedia of Technology. (2001)
  24. R. Ballerstadt. and J.S. Schultz. A Fluorescence Affinity Hollow Fiber Sensor for Continuous Transdermal Glucose Monitoring. Anal. Chem., 72: 4185-4192 (2000)
  25. R. Ballerstadt and J.S. Schultz. Spot Assay for Rapid Detection of Blood Glucose.  In Chemical and Biological Sensors for Environmental Monitoring.  Ed. A. Mulchandani and O. Sadik. ACS Symposium Series 762 (1999) pp 247-254.
  26. R. Ballerstadt, M. Dahn, P. Lange, J.S. Schultz. Prototype for an Organ System (Liver) Localization Cardiovascular Catheter. Progress in Biomedical Optics, 3595:30-37 (1999).
  27. Chemical and Biological Terriorism. National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washingtion, DC (1999).  J.S. Schultz, Sensor Chapter.
  28. R. Ballerstadt, M. Dahn, P. Lange, J.S. Schultz.  Development of a Percutaneous Fiberoptic Hepatic Venous Localization Catheter.  Critical Care Medicine (1998).
  29. R. Ballerstadt and J.S. Schultz, Kinetics of Dissolution of Concanavalin A/Dextran Sols in Response to Glucose Measured by Surface Plasmon Resonance. Sensors and Actuators, B 46:50-55 (1998).
  30. R. Ballerstadt and J.S. Schultz,, Assay Based on Fluoresence Quenching of Ligands Held in Close Proximity on a Multivalent Receptor. Anal. Clinica Acta., 345:203-212 (1997)
  31. R. Ballerstadt, M.S. Dahn, J.S. Schultz and M.P. Lange, A Homogeneous Affinity Fluorescence Assay System for Galactose Monitoring.  Sensors and Actuators, B 38-39: 171-175 (1997).
  32. R. Ballerstadt and J.S. Schultz, A Glactose-specific affinity hollow fiber sensor based on fluorescence resonance energy transfer. Methods in Biotechnology, Vol 7:Affinity Biosensors:Techniques and Protocols. Ed A. Mulchandani and K.R. Rogers. Humana Press (1997) pp 89-98.
  33. K.A. Hubbard and J.S. Schultz, Use of Biological-Based Assays in Environmental Assessment. Chemical Engineering Progress. Chemical Engineering Progress Aug (1997) pp 69-79.
  34. R. Ballerstadt and J.S. Schultz, Sensor Methods for Use with Microdialysis and Ultrafiltration.  Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 21:225-238 (1996).
  35. J.S. Schultz and J.S. Schultz, The Combinatorial Library – A Multifunctional Resourse. Biotechnology Progress, 12:729-743 (1996).
  36. J.S. Schultz, Biological and Chemical Components For Sensors. in Handbook of Chemical and Biological Sensors. R.F. Taylor and J.S. Schultz, Eds. Institute of Physics, Philadelphia. 1996 pp 171-202.
  37. J.S. Schultz, Interactions Between Universities and Industry. Biotechnology: Science, Engineering, and Ethical Challenges for the 21st Century, F.B. Rudolph and L.V. McIntire. Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C. 1996. pp 131-146.
  38. J.S. Schultz, Biotechnology-Based Recogition Elements.  Technology, applications, and opportunities for biosensors. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol., 14:210-216 (1995)
  39. J.S. Schultz, Benign Biosynthesis.  Workshop on Green Synthesis and Processing in Chemical Manufacturing. July 12-13, 1994, Cincinnati, Ohio. EPA Proceedings. EPA/600/R-94/125. Oct. 1994
  40. J.S. Schultz, Chemical Sensors and Biosensors for Fluoride: Current Status and Developing Technologies. Adv. Dent. Res., 8:100-104 (1994)
  41. W.R. Wagner, H. Tiffany, K.A. Thompson, J.S.Schultz, Surface Thrombin Found on Preclotted Dacron Grafts Mediates Platelet Deposition in vitro. Abstracts. Soc. for Biomaterials, 20th Annual Meeting. Boston. (1994)
  42. D.L. Meadows and J.S. Schultz, Design, manufacture and characterization of an optical fiber glucose affinity sensor based on homogeneous fluorescence energy transfer assay system. Analytica Chimica Acta, 280:21-30 (1993)
  43. J.S. Schultz and J.S. Schultz, Applications of Combinatorial Libraries in Cellular Engineering. IFMBE Proc. 1st Internat. Conf. on Cellular Engineering. Potteries,UK,  pp 73-74 (1993)
  44. J.S. Schultz, The Use of Biological Recognition Molecules in Biosensors. BioJapan ’92 Symposium Proceedings. pp 339-347 (1992)
  45. J.S. Schultz, Fiber Optical Methods for Bioprocess Monitoring – Promises and Problems. Harnessing Biotechnology for the 21st Century. Ed M. Ladish and A. Bose. ACS Conference Proceeding Series, pp 334-336 (1992)
  46. D.L. Meadows and J.S. Schultz, Miniature Fiber Optic Sensor Based on Fluorescent Energy Transfer, SPIE Proceedings: Fiber Optic Medical and Fluorescent Sensors and Applications, 1648: 202-211 (1992)
  47. J.S. Schultz, I. M. Naumov, F. Vecchini, M.A. Virjie, and S.S. Boggs. Enhancement of Cell Production in Long-Term Bone Marrow Culture. Int. J. Cell Cloning, 10: 161-165 (1992).
  48. C. Komives and J.S. Schultz, Fiber-optic Fluorimeter Signal Enhancement and Application to Biosensor Design. Talanta, 39: 429-441 (1992).
  49. Weber, and J.S. Schultz, Fiber-optic Fluorimetry in Biosensors: Comparison between Evanescent Wave Generation and Distal-face Generation of Fluorescent Light. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 7:193-197 (1992).
  50. J.S. Schultz. Biosensors. Scientific American. pp 64-69, August 1991.
  51. D.L. Meadows, J.S. Schultz, and J.S. Shafer.  Determining the Extent of Labeling Tetramethylrhodamine Isothiocyanate Protein Conjugates.  J. Immunol. Methods, 143: 263-272 (1991).
  52. C. Komives, and J.S. Schultz, Optical Fiber Biochemical Sensors for Continuous Monitoring. Medical Design and Materials. 1: 24-30 (1991).
  53. C. Komives, and J.S. Schultz, Improvement of Optical Fiber Based Biosensors. Ann. Int. Conf. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc., 12: 478-479 (1990).
  54. D.L. Meadows, and J.S. Schultz, A Molecular Model for Singlet/Singlet Energy Transfer of Monovalent Ligand/Receptor Interactions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 37: 1066-1075 (1991).
  55. J.S. Schultz, Engineering of Hematopoietic Cells.  In Tissue Engineering, R. Skalak and C. Fox, Eds. Alan Liss, pp 313-318 (1988).
  56. D. Meadows and J.S. Schultz, Fiber Optic Biosensors Based on Fluorescence Energy Transfer.  Talanta 35: 145-150 (1988).
  57. M. Meyerhof and J.. Schultz, Status of Monitoring In Biotechnology. Enzyme and Microb. Tech. 9: 677-699 (1987).
  58. J. S. Schultz and S. Mansouri, Optical Affinity Sensors, in “Methods in Enzymology,” Vol 137 Immobilized Enzymes and Cells, part D. K. Mosbach, ed.  (1987). Academic Press. pp 349-365.
  59. J.S. Schultz, Sensitivity and Dynamics of Bioreceptor-Based Biosensors, in Biochemical Engineering V., Annals N.Y. Acad. Sci. 506: 406-411 (1987).
  60. D.E. Guinnup and J.S. Schultz, Investigation of Aggregation Kinetics via Laser Light Scattering. J. Phys. Chem., 90:3282-3288 (1986).
  61. R.A. Ashmun, D.E. Hultquist, and J.S. Schultz, Kinetic Analysis in Single, Intact Cells by Microspectrophotometry: Evidence for Two Populations of Erythrocytes in an Individual Heterozygous for Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Dificiency.  Amer. J. Hematology, 23: 311-316 (1986).
  62. J.S. Schultz, Medical Applications of Membranes. In “Synthetic Membranes: Science, Engineering and Applications.” P.M. Bungay, H.K. Lonsdale, and M.N. de Pinho, eds. D. Reidel, Holland. (1986) pp 647-665.
  63. J.S. Schultz, Carrier‑Mediated Transport in Synthetic Membranes. In “Synthetic Membranes: Science, Engineering and Applications.” P.M. Bungay, H.K. Lonsdale, and Pinho, eds. D. Reidel, Holland. (1986) pp 523-566.
  64. J.S. Schultz, Design of Fiber‑Optic Biosensors Based on Bioreceptors. In “Biosensors: Fundamentals and Applications.” A.P.F. Turner, I. Karube, and G.S. Wilson, Eds. Oxford University Press. (1986). pp 638-654.
  65. B.L. Liu and J.S. Schultz, Equilibrium Binding in Immunosensors. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. BME‑33: 133‑138 (1986).
  66. R. Jain and J. S. Schultz, Light Assisted Transport of Nitric Oxide Across Membranes Containing Nitrosyl Chloride Solutions. J. Membrane Sci., 26:313-327 (1986).
  67. J. S. Schultz, Fiberoptic Sensors in Artificial Organs, Am. Soc. Artif. Internal Organs, Trans. 32:705-710 (1986).
  68. K. R. Srinivasan, S. Mansouri, and J. S. Schultz, Coupling of Concanavalin A to Cellulose Hollow Fibers for use in a Glucose Affinity Sensor, Biotech. and Bioeng., 28:233-239 (1986).
  69. R. L. Dedrick, M. F. Flessner, J. M. Collins, J. S. Schultz.  A Distributed Model of Peritoneal Transport. In Frontiers in Peritoneal Dialysis.  Field, Rich and Assoc.,New York (1986), pp31‑36.
  70. K. Srinivasan, H. S. Fogler, E. Gulari, T. Nolan, and J. S. Schultz, Removal of Trace Levels of Dioxin from Water by Sorption on Modified Clay. Environmental Progress, 4:239‑245 (1985).
  71. B. L. Liu and J. S. Schultz, Characterization of Immunosensor Binding Reactions, Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference of IEEE/EMBS, Chicago 1985. IEEE Publ.#85CH2198‑0 pp 125‑129.
  72. J. S. Schultz, Medical Applications of Fiber Optic Sensors, Medical Instrumentation 19: Vol 4, pp 158‑163 (1985).
  73. M. F. Flessner, R. L. Dedrick, J. S. Schultz.   Exchange of Macromolecules Between the Peritoneal Cavity and the Plasms., Am. J. Physiol. 248 (Heart Circ. Physiol. 17):H15‑H25 (1985).
  74. M. F. Flessner, R. L. Dedrick, J. S. Schultz, A Distributed Model of Peritoneal Plasma Transport: Analysis of Experimental Data in the Rat. Am. J. Physiol. 248 (Renal Fluid Electrolyte Physiol. 17):F413‑F424 (1985).
  75. S. Mansouri and J. S. Schultz, A Miniature Optical Glucose Sensor Based on Affinity Binding, BIO/TECHNOLOGY, 2:385‑390 (1984).
  76. S. Mansouri and J.S. Schultz, Optical Glucose Sensor Based on Reversible Competitive Binding.  IEEE, Los Angeles, Sept 1984. A.R. Potvin and M.R. Newman, eds. IEEE Publ.# 84CH2068‑5, pp 112‑115
  77. M. F. Flessner, R. L. Dedrick, J. S. Schultz, A Distributed Model of Peritoneal‑Plasma Transport: Theoretical Considerations.  Am. J. Physiol., 246 (Regulatory Integrative Comp., Physiol. 15): R597‑R607 (1984).
  78. R. A. Ashmun, D. E. Hultquist, and J. S. Schultz, Quantitation of Glucose‑6‑phosphate dehydrogenase in single cells by microspectrophotometry.  The Red Cell: Sixth Ann Arbor Conference.  G. Brewer Ed. (1984).  Alan R. Liss Pub. NY., pp 309‑322.
  79. R. Jain and J. S. Schultz, Data Analysis for Concentration Measurements in the Nonlinear Response Region of Ion‑Selective Electrodes.  Anal. Chem., 56: 141‑147 (1984).
  80. J. S. Schultz, Optical Affinity Sensor for Metabolites.  Proceedings, “Physiological Sensors in Medicine: A Forum,” IVAC Corp., San Diego, CA W. Bochenko and C. Jones, Ed. p 59‑63, (1983).
  81. R. Jain and J. S. Schultz, An analysis of carrier‑mediated photo‑diffusion membranes.  J. Membrane Science, 15:63‑80 (1983).
  82. J. S. Schultz and S. M. Lindenauer, Ex‑vivo evalutation on blood‑surface interfaces. In “Biologic and Synthetic Vascular Protheses,” J. Stanley, et al. ed., Grune and Straton (1982) pp.113‑129.
  83. R. L. Dedrick, M. F. Flessner, J. M Collins, J. S. Schultz, Is the Peritonium a Membrane?  ASAIO Jounal, 5:1‑8 (1982).
  84. J. S. Schultz, S. M. Lindenauer, J. A. Penner, Thrombus formation on surfaces in contact with blood in “Biomaterials:  Interfacial Phenomena Applications” S.L. Cooper et al. ed, Adv. in Chem. Series #199 (1982) pp.44‑58
  85. J. S. Schultz, S. Mansouri, and I. J. Goldstein, Affinity Glucose Sensor, Diabetes Care, 5:245‑253 (1982).
  86. R. Jain and J.S. Schultz, A Numerical Technique for Solving Carrier Mediated Transport Problems.  J. Membrane Science, 11:79‑106 (1981).
  87. S.M. Lindenauer, J.S. Schultz, J. A. Penner, Direct comparison of biomaterials and endothelium in an ex‑vivo shunt.  Trans. Am. Soc. Art. Int. Organs, 27:231‑235 (1981).
  88. J.S. Schultz, S.M. Lindenauer, J.A. Penner, S.A. Barenberg, Determinants of Thrombus Formation on Surfaces.  Trans. Am. Soc. Art. Int. Organs, 26:279‑283 (1980).
  89. J.S. Schultz, Facilitation of CO2 through layers with a spatial distribution of carbonic anhydrase.  In “Biophysics and Physiology of Carbon Dioxide.” C. Bauer, G. Gros, H. Bartels, Springer‑Verlag, Berlin (1980) pp. 15‑22.
  90. S.A. Barenberg, J.S. Schultz, J.M Anderson, and P.H. Geil, Hemocompatibility: Macromolecular Motions and Order of the Polymer Interface.  Trans. Am. Soc. Art. Int. Organs, 25 (1979).
  91. J.S. Schultz and G. Sims, Affinity sensors for individual metabolites, Biotech. and Bioeng., Symp. 9:65‑71 (1979).
  92. J.S. Schultz, R. Valentine, and C.Y. Choi, Reflection coefficients of homopore membranes:  Effects of molecular size and configuration, J. General Physiology, 73:49‑60 (1979).
  93. J.S. Schultz, A.A. Ciarkowski, S.M. Lindenauer, and  J.A. Penner, Effects of hematological parameters on thrombus formation.Trans. Am. Soc. Artif. Organs, 24:565‑567 (1978)
  94. J.S. Schultz and D. Heidel, Models for growth kinetics of yeast, Biotech. and Bioengineering, 20:301‑303 (1978).
  95. J.S. Schultz and W. Armstrong, Permeability of the interstitial space of muscle (rat diaphragm) to solutes of different molecular weights. J. Pharm Sci., 67:696‑700 (1978).
  96. J.S. Schultz, Carrier‑mediated photodiffusion membranes, Science, 197:1177‑1179 (1977).
  97. J.S. Schultz, Carrier‑mediated transport in liquid‑liquid membrane systems, recent developments in separation science, N.N. Li, ed. CRC Press, Bol. III‑ Part B, 243‑260 (1977).
  98. J.S. Schultz, J. Goddard, A. Ciarkowski, J.A. Penner, S.M.  Lindenauer, An ex‑vivo method for the evaluation of biomaterials in contact with blood. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 283:494‑523 (1977).
  99. J.S. Schultz, A. Ciarkowski, J. D. Goddard, S.M. Lindenauer, J.A.  Penner, Kinetics of thrombus formation.  American Soc, Artif. Internal Organs, 21:269‑277 (1976).
  100. J.S. Schultz, Transport of solutes across the intact rat diaphragm. In Microcirculation 2: Transport mechanisms, disease states, J. Grayson and W. Zingg, ed. Plenum Press, p. 106‑108  (1976).
  101. J.D. Goddard, J.S. Schultz and S.R. Suchdeo, Facilitated transport via carrier‑mediated diffusion in membranes: Part II. Mathematical aspects and analyses, AIChE Journal, 20:625‑645 (1974).
  102. J.S. Schultz, J.D. Goddard and S.R. Suchdeo, Facilitated transport via carrier‑mediated diffusion in membranes: Part I.  Mechanistic aspects, experimental systems and characterisitc regimes. AIChE Journal. 20:417-445 (1974).
  103. J.T. Groves, S.M. Lindenauer, B.J. Haywood, J.A. Knoll and J.S. Schultz, Synthesis of seleno‑toluidine blue, J. of Medicinal Chemistry, 17:902‑904 (1974).
  104. J.D. Goddard, S.R. Suchdeo, and J.S. Schultz, Carrier‑mediated heat transport. Chem. Eng. Sci., 29:2041‑2047 (1974).
  105. S.R. Suchdeo and J.S. Schultz, The permeability of gases through reacting solutions:  The carbon dioxide‑bicarbonate membrane system, Chem. Eng. Sci., 29:13‑23 (1974).
  106. S.R. Suchdeo, and J.S. Schultz, Mass Transfer of carbon dioxide across membranes:  Facilitation in the presence of bicarbonate ion and enzyme carbonic anhydrase.  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta., 352:412‑440 (1974).
  107. S.R. Suchdeo, and J.S. Schultz, Effect of carbonic anhydrase on the facilitated diffusion of CO2 through bicarbonate solutions. Adv. in Medicine and Biology, Plenum Press, 37B:969‑974 (1973).
  108. S.R. Suchdeo, J.D. Goddard and J.S. Schultz, An analysis of the competitive diffusion of O2 and CO through hemoglobin solutions. Adv. in Medicine and Biology, Plenum Press, 37B:951‑961 (1973).
  109. R.L. Curl and J.S. Schultz, A polygonal approximation for unsteady state diffusion of oxygen in hemoglobin solutions.  Advances in Medicine and Biology, Plenum Press, 37B:929‑935 (1973).
  110. D.J. Fink, T.Y. Na, and J.S. Schultz, Effectiveness factor calculations for immobilized enzyme catalysts, Biotechnol. and Bioengineering 15:879‑888 (1973).
  111. J.S. Schultz, Asymmetry in biological permeability barriers with carrier transport, In Passive Permeability of Cell Membranes, Ed. F. Kreuzer and J.F.G. Slegers, Biomembranes 3:57‑77 (1972).
  112. R.E. Beck and J.S. Schultz, Hindrance of solute diffusion within membranes as measured with microporous membranes of known pore geometry. Biochimica and Biophysica Acta, 255:273‑303 (1972).
  113. S.R. Suchdeo and J.S. Schultz, Mathematical approaches to the analysis of facilitated transport phenomenon in membranes, Chem. Eng.Symp. Ser. No. 114, 67:165‑173 (1971).
  114. J.S. Schultz, Passive asymmetric transport through biological membranes, Biophysical Journal, 11:924‑943 (1971).
  115. J.S. Schultz, J. Eaton, G. Brewer, Blood Rogeometer‑ A device for measuring oxygen transport rates to whole blood.  Proceedings 23rd Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, p. 417 (1970).
  116. J.S. Schultz, Comment on membrane transport, Trans. Amer. Soc.Art. Internal Organs 16:125‑126 (1970).
  117. R.E. Beck and J.S. Schultz, Hindered diffusion in microporous membranes with known pore geometry, Science 170:1302‑1305 (1970).
  118. R.M. Bassett and J.S. Schultz, Non‑equilibrium facilitated diffusion of oxygen through membranes of aqueous cobalto‑dihistidine.  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. 211:194‑215, (1970).
  119. J. Eaton, G. Brewer, J.S. Schultz and C. Sing, Variations in 2,3 diphophoglycerate and ATP levels inhuman erythrocytes and the effect on oxygen release.  “Red Cell  Metabolism and Function”. G. Brewer, ed. Adv. in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 6:21‑37 (1970).
  120. J.D. Goddard, J.S. Schultz and R.J. Bassett, On membrane diffusion with near‑equilibrium reaction.  Chem.Eng.Sci. 25 :665‑683 (1970).
  121. S.M. Lindenauer, J.S. Schultz, W. Self and W. DiGiulio, Tissue Distibution of S35 Toluidine Blue, Surgical Forum 20:78‑80 (1969).
  122. J.S. Schultz and P. Gerhardt, Dialysis Culture of Micro‑organisms: Design, Theory, and Results, Bacteriol. Revs. 33:1‑47 (1969).
  123. J.S. Schultz, Mathematical Analysis of the Rotating Disc Oxygenator, Proc. 20th Ann. Conf. Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 29.2 (1967)
  124. J. Harold, J.S. Schultz, and P. Gerhardt, Differential dialysis culture for separation and concentration of a macromolecular product, Appl. Microbiol. 15 :1192‑1197 (1967).
  125. P. Gerhardt and J.S. Schultz, Dialysis Culture, J. Ferm. Tech.  (Japan) 44:349‑356 (1966).
  126. L. Jensen and J. S. Schultz, Apparatus for monitoring the oxygen uptake and carbon dioxide production of fermentations, Biotechnol. and Bioengineering. 8:539‑548 (1966).
  127. L. Jensen, J. S. Schultz, and P. Shu, Scale‑up of antibiotic fermentations by control of oxygen utilization, Biotechnol. and Bioengineering. 8:525‑537  (1966).
  128. K. Sax, C. Holmlund, L Feldman, R. Evans, R. Blank, A. Shay, J.S.  Schultz, and M. Dann, Microbiological formation of 1a,2a dihydroxysteroids. Steroids. 5:345‑359 (1965).
  129. J.S. Schultz, Cotton closure as an aeration barrier in shake flask fermentations.  Appl. Microbiol. 12:305‑310 (1964).
  130. Jensen, M. Darken, J.S.Schultz, and A. Shay, Relomycin: Flask and tank fermentation studies, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, J. Sylvester, ed., pp.49‑53 (l963).
  131. J.S. Schultz and G. Melnykovyech, “Sleeve” Stirrer for submerged cultures. Biotech. and Bioeng. 4:229‑301 (l962).
  132. J.S. Schultz, D. Riehard, and E. Lind, Statistical Methods in Fermentation Development.  Ind. Eng. Chem. 52:827‑830 (l960).
  133. J.S. Schultz and E.L. Gaden, Sulfite oxidation as a measure of aeration effectiveness.  Ind. Eng. Chem. 48: 2209‑22l2 (l956).