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Bogan MJ, Boutet S, Chapman HN, Marchesini S, Barty A, W Benner H, Rohner U, Frank M, Hau-Riege SP, Bajt S et al..  2010.  Aerosol imaging with a soft x-ray free electron laser. Aerosol Science and Technology. 44:i–vi.
Davis CE, Bogan MJ, Sankaran S, Molina MA, Loyola BR, Zhao W, W Benner H, Schivo M, Farquar GR, Kenyon NJ et al..  2010.  Analysis of volatile and non-volatile biomarkers in human breath using differential mobility spectrometry (DMS). Sensors Journal, IEEE. 10:114–122.
Loh D, Bogan MJ, Elser V, Barty A, Boutet S, Bajt S, Hajdu J, Ekeberg T, Maia FRNC, Schulz J et al..  2010.  Cryptotomography: reconstructing 3D Fourier intensities from randomly oriented single-shot diffraction patterns. Physical review letters. 104:225501.
M Seibert M, Boutet S, Svenda M, Ekeberg T, Maia FRNC, Bogan MJ, T\^ımneanu N, Barty A, Hau-Riege S, Caleman C et al..  2010.  Femtosecond diffractive imaging of biological cells. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. 43:194015.
Bogan MJ.  2010.  Femtosecond Diffractive Imaging with a Soft-X-Ray Free-Electron Laser.
Bogan MJ.  2010.  Laboratory Directed Research and Development Project Proposal.
Agnes G, Bogan MJ, Feng X.  2010.  Method and apparatus for producing a discrete droplet for subsequent analysis or manipulation.
Loh D, Bogan MJ, Elser V, Barty A, Boutet S, Bajt S, Hajdu J, Ekeberg T, Maia FRNC, Schulz J et al..  2010.  Publisher’s Note: Cryptotomography: Reconstructing 3D Fourier Intensities from Randomly Oriented Single-Shot Diffraction Patterns [Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 225501 (2010)]. Physical Review Letters. 104:239902.
Bogan MJ, Sierra R, Frank M, .  2010.  Real-Time Quartz Crystal Microbalance Detection of Aerosols Emitted from a Re-entrant Aerodynamic Focusing Inlet.
Hau-Riege SP, Boutet S, Barty A, Bajt S, Bogan MJ, Frank M, Andreasson J, Iwan B, M Seibert M, Hajdu J et al..  2010.  Sacrificial tamper slows down sample explosion in FLASH diffraction experiments. Physical review letters. 104:064801.
Bogan MJ, Fergenson DP, Frank M, Martin SI, Riot VJ, Srivastava A.  2010.  Safe biodegradable fluorescent particles.