Bullet  Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics

      ISSN: 0956-5663  Vol./Iss.: 23, 12

 

 

Date: 15 July 2008

 

1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
Review
2. Bond-rupture immunosensors—A review
Pages 1759-1768
Evan R. Hirst, Yong J. Yuan, W.L. Xu and J.E. Bronlund
Regular Papers
3. Fabrication of molecularly imprinted polymer microarray on a chip by mid-infrared laser pulse initiated polymerisation
Pages 1769-1775
Olivier Y.F. Henry, Sergey A. Piletsky and David C. Cullen
4. Selective detection of uric acid in the presence of ascorbic acid at physiological pH by using a β-cyclodextrin modified copolymer of sulfanilic acid and N-acetylaniline
Pages 1776-1780
Shouguo Wu, Taoling Wang, Zongyong Gao, Haihong Xu, Baineng Zhou and Chuanqin Wang
5. Amperometric tyrosinase biosensor based on Fe3O4 nanoparticles–chitosan nanocomposite
Pages 1781-1787
Shengfu Wang, Yumei Tan, Dongming Zhao and Guodong Liu
6. Telomerase catalyzed fluorescent probes for sensitive protein profiling based on one-dimensional microfluidic beads array
Pages 1788-1792
Jianhui Wen, Xiaohai Yang, Kemin Wang, Weihong Tan, Xinbing Zuo and He Zhang
7. Synthesis of a new long-wavelength latent fluorimetric indicator for analytes determination in the DT-Diaphorase coupling dehydrogenase assay system
Pages 1793-1798
Sheng-Tung Huang, Yi-Xiang Peng and Kun-Li Wang
8. β-Galactosidase monitoring by a biosensor based on Clark electrode: Its optimization, characterization and application
Pages 1799-1804
Mustafa Kemal Sezgintürk and Erhan Dinçkaya
9. Towards Q-PCR of pathogenic bacteria with improved electrochemical double-tagged genosensing detection
Pages 1805-1811
A. Lermo, E. Zacco, J. Barak, M. Delwiche, S. Campoy, J. Barbé, S. Alegret and M.I. Pividori
10. Microfluidic biochip for chemiluminescent detection of allergen-specific antibodies
Pages 1812-1818
Kevin A. Heyries, Michael G. Loughran, Daniel Hoffmann, Alexandra Homsy, Loïc J. Blum and Christophe A. Marquette
11. A simple and direct electrochemical detection of interferon-γ using its RNA and DNA aptamers
Pages 1819-1824
Kyoungin Min, Minseon Cho, Se-Young Han, Yoon-Bo Shim, Jakang Ku and Changill Ban
12. Electrochemically fabricated polypyrrole nanofiber-modified electrode as a new electrochemical DNA biosensor
Pages 1825-1831
Kh. Ghanbari, S.Z. Bathaie and M.F. Mousavi
13. Disposable amperometric immunosensing strips fabricated by Au nanoparticles-modified screen-printed carbon electrodes for the detection of foodborne pathogen Escherichia coli O157:H7
Pages 1832-1837
Yueh-Hui Lin, Sz-Hau Chen, Yao-Chen Chuang, Yi-Chen Lu, Thomas Y. Shen, C. Allen Chang and Chih-Sheng Lin
14. Glucose sensor based on nano-baskets of tin oxide templated in porous alumina by plasma enhanced CVD
Pages 1838-1842
S.G. Ansari, Z.A. Ansari, Rizwan Wahab, Young-Soon Kim, Gilson Khang and Hyung-Shik Shin
15. The requisite level of theory for the computational design of molecularly imprinted silica xerogels
Pages 1843-1849
Manuel Azenha, Porkodi Kathirvel, Pedro Nogueira and António Fernando-Silva
16. Detecting AhR ligands in sediments using bioluminescent reporter yeast
Pages 1850-1855
Piia Leskinen, Klara Hilscherova, Tereza Sidlova, Hannu Kiviranta, Piia Pessala, Simo Salo, Matti Verta and Marko Virta
17. Bacteria detection utilizing electrical conductivity
Pages 1856-1861
Yi-Chun Lu, Ya-Shuan Chuang, Yi-Yang Chen, An-Chi Shu, Hsing-Yu Hsu, Hwan-You Chang and Tri-Rung Yew
18. The application of glucose biosensor in studying the effects of insulin and anti-hypertensive drugs towards glucose level in brain striatum
Pages 1862-1868
Farook Ahmad, Ahmad Pauzi Md Yusof, Martina Bainbridge and Sulaiman Ab Ghani
19. A novel nitrite biosensor based on the direct electron transfer of hemoglobin immobilized on CdS hollow nanospheres
Pages 1869-1873
Zhihui Dai, Hongyan Bai, Mei Hong, Yinyan Zhu, Jianchun Bao and Jian Shen
20. A novel biosensor based on activation effect of thiamine on the activity of pyruvate oxidase
Pages 1874-1877
Erol Akyilmaz and Emine Yorganci
Short Communications
21. DNA hybridization detection in a microfluidic channel using two fluorescently labelled nucleic acid probes
Pages 1878-1882
Lingxin Chen, Sangyeop Lee, Moonkwon Lee, Chaesung Lim, Jaebum Choo, Joong Yull Park, Sanghoon Lee, Sang-Woo Joo, Kyeong-Hee Lee and Young-Wook Choi
22. A possibility of detection of the non-charge based analytes using ultra-thin body field-effect transistors
Pages 1883-1886
J.-T. Sheu, C.C. Chen, K.S. Chang and Y.-K. Li
23. Amperometric glucose biosensor based on single-walled carbon nanohorns
Pages 1887-1890
Xiaoqing Liu, Lihong Shi, Wenxin Niu, Haijuan Li and Guobao Xu
24. Implementation of alternating excitation schemes in a biochip-reader for quasi-simultaneous multi-color single-molecule detection
Pages 1891-1895
Clemens Hesch, Jan Hesse and Gerhard J. Schütz
25. Electrochemiluminescence of CdSe quantum dots for immunosensing of human prealbumin
Pages 1896-1899
Guifen Jie, Haiping Huang, Xiaolian Sun and Jun-Jie Zhu
26. Nanoelectrode ensembles as recognition platform for electrochemical immunosensors
Pages 1900-1903
S. Pozzi Mucelli, M. Zamuner, M. Tormen, G. Stanta and P. Ugo
27. Development of FET-type albumin sensor for diagnosing nephritis
Pages 1904-1907
Keun-Yong Park, Young-Soo Sohn, Chang-Kyu Kim, Hong-Seok Kim, Young-Seuk Bae and Sie-Young Choi
Synthetic Receptors
Regular Paper
28. Characterization of QCM sensor surfaces coated with molecularly imprinted nanoparticles
Pages 1908-1914
Kristina Reimhult, Keiichi Yoshimatsu, Klas Risveden, Si Chen, Lei Ye and Anatol Krozer
29. Editorial Board
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