Bullet  Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics

      ISSN: 0956-5663  Vol./Iss.: 24, 4

 

 

Date: 1 December 2008

 

1. IFC Editorial Board
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2. Editorial Board
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Regular papers
3 Detection of clinically relevant levels of protein analyte under physiologic buffer using planar field effect transistors
Pages 505-511
Samit Gupta, Mark Elias, Xuejin Wen, John Shapiro, Leonard Brillson, Wu Lu and Stephen Craig Lee
4. Non-enzymatic glucose biosensor based on overoxidized polypyrrole nanofiber electrode modified with cobalt(II) phthalocyanine tetrasulfonate
Pages 512-517
Levent Özcan, Yücel Şahin and Hayrettin Türk
5. Electrochemical selective determination of ascorbic acid at redox active polymer modified electrode derived from direct blue 71
Pages 518-523
S. Ashok Kumar, Po-Hsun Lo and Shen-Ming Chen
6. Direct and rapid electrochemical biosensing of the human interleukin-2 DNA in unpurified polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-amplified real samples
Pages 524-530
Mohammad Hossein Pournaghi-Azar, Esmaeel Alipour, Sepideh Zununi, Haleh Froohandeh and Mohammad Saeid Hejazi
7. Laccase electrode for direct electrocatalytic reduction of O2 to H2O with high-operational stability and resistance to chloride inhibition
Pages 531-537
Cristina Vaz-Dominguez, Susana Campuzano, Olaf Rüdiger, Marcos Pita, Marina Gorbacheva, Sergey Shleev, Victor M. Fernandez and Antonio L. De Lacey
8. Immobilized enzymatic fluorescence capillary biosensor for determination of sulfated bile acid in urine
Pages 538-544
Yong-Sheng Li, Wei-Ping Liu, Xiu-Feng Gao, Dan-Dan Chen and Wei-Guang Li
9. Detection of DNA and proteins using amorphous silicon ion-sensitive thin-film field effect transistors
Pages 545-551
D. Gonçalves, D.M.F. Prazeres, V. Chu and J.P. Conde
10. Development of a biosensor microarray towards food screening, using imaging surface plasmon resonance
Pages 552-557
Sabina Rebe Raz, Maria G.E.G. Bremer, Marcel Giesbers and Willem Norde
11. Magnetic bead-based DNA detection with multi-layers quantum dots labeling for rapid detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7
Pages 558-565
Yi-Ju Liu, Da-Jeng Yao, Hwan-You Chang, Chien-Ming Liu and Chih Chen
12. A novel hydrogen peroxide biosensor based on the immobilization of horseradish peroxidase onto Au-modified titanium dioxide nanotube arrays
Pages 566-571
A.K.M. Kafi, Guosheng Wu and Aicheng Chen
13. Optically induced flow cytometry for continuous microparticle counting and sorting
Pages 572-578
Yen-Heng Lin and Gwo-Bin Lee
14. Pt–Pb nanowire array electrode for enzyme-free glucose detection
Pages 579-585
Yu Bai, Yingying Sun and Changqing Sun
15. Microbial fuel cell biosensor for in situ assessment of microbial activity
Pages 586-590
J.M. Tront, J.D. Fortner, M. Plötze, J.B. Hughes and A.M. Puzrin
16. Electrochemical determination of antioxidant capacities in flavored waters by guanine and adenine biosensors
Pages 591-599
Ayman H. Kamel, Felismina T.C. Moreira, Cristina Delerue-Matos and M. Goreti F. Sales
17. A novel electrochemical immunosensor based on hydrogen evolution inhibition by enzymatic copper deposition on platinum nanoparticle-modified electrode
Pages 600-605
Yong Huang, Qian Wen, Jian-Hui Jiang, Guo-Li Shen and Ru-Qin Yu
18. Real-time protein biosensor arrays based on surface plasmon resonance differential phase imaging
Pages 606-612
C.L. Wong, H.P. Ho, Y.K. Suen, S.K. Kong, Q.L. Chen, W. Yuan and S.Y. Wu
19. A microfluidic cell array with individually addressable culture chambers
Pages 613-617
Hsiang-Yu Wang, Ning Bao and Chang Lu
20. A fluorescence detection platform using spatial electroluminescent excitation for measuring botulinum neurotoxin A activity
Pages 618-625
Kim E. Sapsford, Steven Sun, Jesse Francis, Shashi Sharma, Yordan Kostov and Avraham Rasooly
21. Using fluorescent nanoparticles and SYBR Green I based two-color flow cytometry to determine Mycobacterium tuberculosis avoiding false positives
Pages 626-631
Dilan Qin, Xiaoxiao He, Kemin Wang and Weihong Tan
22. Simultaneous electrochemical determination of dopamine, uric acid and ascorbic acid using palladium nanoparticle-loaded carbon nanofibers modified electrode
Pages 632-637
Jianshe Huang, Yang Liu, Haoqing Hou and Tianyan You
23. Micro-machined piezoelectric membrane-based immunosensor array
Pages 638-643
Ting Xu, Zhihong Wang, Jianmin Miao, Ling Yu and Chang Ming Li
24. Biofunctional nanocomposite of carbon nanofiber with water-soluble porphyrin for highly sensitive ethanol biosensing
Pages 644-649
Lina Wu, Jianping Lei, Xueji Zhang and Huangxian Ju
25. An enhanced glucose biosensor using charge transfer techniques
Pages 650-656
Seung-Ro Lee, Kazuaki Sawada, Hidekuni Takao and Makoto Ishida
26. Invertase inhibition based electrochemical sensor for the detection of heavy metal ions in aqueous system: Application of ultra-microelectrode to enhance sucrose biosensor's sensitivity
Pages 657-664
Dipali Bagal-Kestwal, Meena S. Karve, Bhalchandra Kakade and Vijayamohanan K. Pillai
27. A DNA intercalation-based electrochemical method for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis utilizing peroxidase-catalyzed signal amplification
Pages 665-669
Byoung Yeon Won, Dong Woog Lee, Sung Chul Shin, Dae-Yeon Cho, Soo Suk Lee, Hyun C. Yoon and Hyun Gyu Park
28. A novel bioluminescent bacterial biosensor using the highly specific oxidative stress-inducible pgi gene
Pages 670-675
Javed H. Niazi, Byoung Chan Kim, Joo-Myung Ahn and Man Bock Gu
29. Iron oxide nanoparticles–chitosan composite based glucose biosensor
Pages 676-683
Ajeet Kaushik, Raju Khan, Pratima R. Solanki, Pratibha Pandey, Javed Alam, Sharif Ahmad and B.D. Malhotra
30. An ultrasensitive chemiluminescence biosensor for cholera toxin based on ganglioside-functionalized supported lipid membrane and liposome
Pages 684-689
Huan Chen, Yue Zheng, Jian-Hui Jiang, Hai-Long Wu, Guo-Li Shen and Ru-Qin Yu
31. Electrochemical synthesis of polyaniline nano-networks on p-aminobenzene sulfonic acid functionalized glassy carbon electrode: Its use for the simultaneous determination of ascorbic acid and uric acid
Pages 690-695
Lei Zhang, Chunhua Zhang and Jiying Lian
32. Microscopic mechanisms influencing the volume amplified magnetic nanobead detection assay
Pages 696-703
M. Strömberg, T. Zardán Gómez de la Torre, J. Göransson, K. Gunnarsson, M. Nilsson, M. Strømme and P. Svedlindh
33. A comparative study of carbon fiber-based microelectrodes for the measurement of nitric oxide in brain tissue
Pages 704-709
Ricardo M. Santos, Cátia F. Lourenço, Ana P. Piedade, Rodney Andrews, François Pomerleau, Peter Huettl, Greg A. Gerhardt, João Laranjinha and Rui M. Barbosa
34. Novel renewable immunosensors based on temperature-sensitive PNIPAAm bioconjugates
Pages 710-715
Ying Liu, Sheng Meng, Li Mu, Guiying Jin, Wei Zhong and Jilie Kong
35. Enzymatic recycling-based amperometric immunosensor for the ultrasensitive detection of okadaic acid in shellfish
Pages 716-722
Mònica Campàs, Pablo de la Iglesia, Marie Le Berre, Marian Kane, Jorge Diogène and Jean-Louis Marty
36. Silicon nanopillar substrates for enhancing signal intensity in DNA microarrays
Pages 723-728
B. Ramana Murthy, J.K.K. Ng, E.S. Selamat, N. Balasubramanian and W.T. Liu
37. Three-dimensional interdigitated electrode array as a transducer for label-free biosensors
Pages 729-735
Andrey Bratov, Javier Ramón-Azcón, Natalia Abramova, Angel Merlos, Javier Adrian, Francisco Sánchez-Baeza, Maria-Pilar Marco and Carlos Domínguez
38. Deletion of MAG1 and MRE11 enhances the sensitivity of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae HUG1P-GFP promoter-reporter construct to genotoxicity
Pages 736-741
Michael G. Benton, Nathaniel R. Glasser and Sean P. Palecek
39. Synergie between molecular imprinted polymer based on solid-phase extraction and quartz crystal microbalance technique for 8-OHdG sensing
Pages 742-747
Arzu Ersöz, S. Emir Diltemiz, A. Atılır Özcan, Adil Denizli and Rıdvan Say
40. Molecularly imprinted poly(ethylene-co-vinyl alcohol) membranes for the specific recognition of phospholipids
Pages 748-755
C. Pegoraro, D. Silvestri, G. Ciardelli, C. Cristallini and N. Barbani
41. A non-invasive and rapid seed vigor biosensor based on quantitative measurement of superoxide generated by aleurone cell in intact seeds
Pages 756-761
Xuejun Liu, Caiji Gao and Da Xing
42. Highly sensitive oligonucleotide-based fluorometric detection of mercury(II) in aqueous media
Pages 762-766
Bin Liu
43. Enzymatic biofuel cell based on anode and cathode powered by ethanol
Pages 767-772
Arunas Ramanavicius, Asta Kausaite and Almira Ramanaviciene
44. One-step co-electropolymerized conducting polymer–protein composite film for direct electrochemistry-based biosensors
Pages 773-778
Qing Lu and Chang Ming Li
45. Spatially well-defined binary brushes of poly(ethylene glycol)s for micropatterning of active proteins on anti-fouling surfaces
Pages 779-786
F.J. Xu, H.Z. Li, J. Li, Y.H. Eric Teo, C.X. Zhu, E.T. Kang and K.G. Neoh
46. Development of DNA electrochemical biosensor based on covalent immobilization of probe DNA by direct coupling of sol–gel and self-assembly technologies
Pages 787-792
Feng Li, Wei Chen and Shusheng Zhang
47. Ultrasensitive electrical detection of nucleic acids by hematin catalysed silver nanoparticle formation in sub-microgapped biosensors
Pages 793-797
J.M. Kong, H. Zhang, X.T. Chen, N. Balasubramanian and D.L. Kwong
48. Highly sensitive sensor for picomolar detection of insulin at physiological pH, using GC electrode modified with guanine and electrodeposited nickel oxide nanoparticles
Pages 798-804
Abdollah Salimi, Abdollah Noorbakhash, Ensieh Sharifi and Abolfazl Semnani
49. Multidepth screening of living cells using optical waveguides
Pages 805-810
Robert Horvath, Kaspar Cottier, Henrik C. Pedersen and Jeremy J. Ramsden
50. An investigation of antibody immobilization methods employing organosilanes on planar ZnO surfaces for biosensor applications
Pages 811-817
Christopher D. Corso, Anthony Dickherber and William D. Hunt
51. On-chip ligation of multiplexing probe-pairs for identifying point mutations out of dense SNP loci
Pages 818-824
Chao Xu, Ya-Feng Zhou, Jiao-Yu Deng, Xiang Deng, Yong-Chao Guo, Zong-Qiang Cui, Zhi-Ping Zhang, Hong-Ping Wei, Li-Jun Bi and Xian-En Zhang
52. Direct electrochemistry of hemoglobin on carbonized titania nanotubes and its application in a sensitive reagentless hydrogen peroxide biosensor
Pages 825-830
Chunxian Guo, Fengping Hu, Chang Ming Li and Pei Kang Shen
53. Au-nanoparticles as an electrochemical sensing platform for aptamer–thrombin interaction
Pages 831-836
Elena Suprun, Victoria Shumyantseva, Tatiana Bulko, Svetlana Rachmetova, Sergei Rad’ko, Nikolay Bodoev and Alexander Archakov
54. Functional characterization of PorB class II porin from Neisseria meningitidis using a tethered bilayer lipid membrane
Pages 837-841
Sachin R. Jadhav, Yi Zheng, R. Michael Garavito and R. Mark Worden
55. Shear acoustic wave biosensor for detecting DNA intrinsic viscosity and conformation: A study with QCM-D
Pages 842-847
Achilleas Tsortos, George Papadakis and Electra Gizeli
56. Library of electrocatalytic sites in nano-structured domains: Electrocatalysis of hydrogen peroxide
Pages 848-854
Prem C. Pandey and Bhupendra Singh
57. Electricity generation from polyalcohols in single-chamber microbial fuel cells
Pages 855-860
Tunc Catal, Shoutao Xu, Kaichang Li, Hakan Bermek and Hong Liu
58. Micro flow cytometry utilizing a magnetic bead-based immunoassay for rapid virus detection
Pages 861-868
Sung-Yi Yang, Kang-Yi Lien, Kao-Jean Huang, Huan-Yao Lei and Gwo-Bin Lee
59. CdTe nanocrystal-based electrochemical biosensor for the recognition of neutravidin by anodic stripping voltammetry at electrodeposited bismuth film
Pages 869-874
Dan Du, Jiawang Ding, Yuan Tao, Haibing Li and Xi Chen
60. A planar interdigitated ring electrode array via dielectrophoresis for uniform patterning of cells
Pages 875-881
Lo-Chang Hsiung, Chun-Hui Yang, Chi-Li Chiu, Chen-Lin Chen, Yueh Wang, Hsinyu Lee, Ji-Yen Cheng, Ming-Chih Ho and Andrew M. Wo
61. An indirect competitive immunoassay for insulin autoantibodies based on surface plasmon resonance
Pages 882-887
Jenny Carlsson, Camilla Gullstrand, Gunilla T. Westermark, Johnny Ludvigsson, Karin Enander and Bo Liedberg
62. Modeling and measurement of a whole-cell bioluminescent biosensor based on a single photon avalanche diode
Pages 888-893
Ramiz Daniel, Ronen Almog, Amit Ron, Shimshon Belkin and Yosi Shacahm Diamand
63. The use of DNA molecular beacons as nanoscale temperature probes for microchip-based biosensors
Pages 894-898
Marc P. Raphael, Joseph A. Christodoulides, Syed N. Qadri, Syed A. Qadri, Michael M. Miller, Lynn K. Kurihara and Jeff M. Byers
64. Surface plasmon resonance protein sensor using Vroman effect
Pages 899-905
Seokheun Choi, Yongmo Yang and Junseok Chae
65. The influence of acidity on microbial fuel cells containing Shewanella oneidensis
Pages 906-911
Justin C. Biffinger, Jeremy Pietron, Orianna Bretschger, Lloyd J. Nadeau, Glenn R. Johnson, Cynthia C. Williams, Kenneth H. Nealson and Bradley R. Ringeisen
66. Optimization of label-free DNA detection with electrochemical impedance spectroscopy using PNA probes
Pages 912-917
Simon D. Keighley, Pedro Estrela, Peng Li and Piero Migliorato
67. Patterning of cells on functionalized poly(dimethylsiloxane) surface prepared by hydrophobin and collagen modification
Pages 918-922
Sen Hou, Kun Yang, Ming Qin, Xi-Zeng Feng, Li Guan, Yanlian Yang and Chen Wang
68. Rapid microRNA (miRNA) detection and classification via surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS)
Pages 923-928
J.D. Driskell, A.G. Seto, L.P. Jones, S. Jokela, R.A. Dluhy, Y.-P. Zhao and R.A. Tripp
69. A novel sugar-probe biosensor for the deadly plant proteinous toxin, ricin
Pages 929-933
Hirotaka Uzawa, Koji Ohga, Yukiko Shinozaki, Isaac Ohsawa, Takehiro Nagatsuka, Yasuo Seto and Yoshihiro Nishida
70. The effect of the oxidation state of a terthiophene-conducting polymer and of the presence of a redox probe on its gene-sensing properties
Pages 934-939
John B. Spires, Hui Peng, David E. Williams, Bryon E. Wright, Christian Soeller and Jadranka Travas-Sejdic
71. Chemiluminescence flow biosensor for glucose based on gold nanoparticle-enhanced activities of glucose oxidase and horseradish peroxidase
Pages 940-944
Dan Lan, Baoxin Li and Zhujun Zhang
72. Citric acid cycle biomimic on a carbon electrode
Pages 945-950
Daria Sokic-Lazic and Shelley D. Minteer
73. Carbon nanotube/gold nanoparticles/polyethylenimine-functionalized ionic liquid thin film composites for glucose biosensing
Pages 951-956
Fei Jia, Changsheng Shan, Fenghua Li and Li Niu
74. A sensitive NADH and glucose biosensor tuned by visible light based on thionine bridged carbon nanotubes and gold nanoparticles multilayer
Pages 957-963
Liu Deng, Yizhe Wang, Li Shang, Dan Wen, Fuan Wang and Shaojun Dong
75. Resolution of binary mixtures of microorganisms using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and artificial neural networks
Pages 964-968
X. Muñoz-Berbel, N. Vigués, J. Mas, M. del Valle, F.J. Muñoz and M. Cortina-Puig
76. Detecting and exploring partially unfolded states of proteins using a sensor with chaperone bound to its surface
Pages 969-975
Doaa F. George, Marcela M.M. Bilek and David R. McKenzie
77. Fabrication and characterization of patterned immobilization of quantum dots on metallic nano-gratings
Pages 976-981
X.D. Hoa, M. Martin, A. Jimenez, J. Beauvais, P. Charette, A. Kirk and M. Tabrizian
78. Fabrication of cytochrome c-poly(5-amino-2-napthalenesulfonic acid) electrode by one step procedure and direct electrochemistry of cytochrome c
Pages 982-986
A. Balamurugan and Shen-Ming Chen
79. Area-scaling of interferometric and fluorescent detection of protein on antibody microarrays
Pages 987-993
Xuefeng Wang, Ming Zhao and David D. Nolte
80. Direct electrocatalytic oxidation of adenine and guanine on carbon ionic liquid electrode and the simultaneous determination
Pages 994-999
Wei Sun, Yinzhuo Li, Yuanyuan Duan and Kui Jiao
81. Fully reversible optical biosensors for uric acid using oxygen transduction
Pages 1000-1005
Petra Schrenkhammer and Otto S. Wolfbeis
82. Rapid and separation-free sandwich immunosensing based on accumulation of microbeads by negative-dielectrophoresis
Pages 1006-1011
Hyun Jung Lee, Tomoyuki Yasukawa, Hitoshi Shiku and Tomokazu Matsue
83. Improvement of the anodic bioelectrocatalytic activity of mixed culture biofilms by a simple consecutive electrochemical selection procedure
Pages 1012-1017
Ying Liu, Falk Harnisch, Katja Fricke, Rabea Sietmann and Uwe Schröder
84. Quantum dots encapsulated with amphiphilic alginate as bioprobe for fast screening anti-dengue virus agents
Pages 1018-1025
Chung-Hao Wang, Yi-Shiou Hsu and Ching-An Peng
85. A novel electrochemical immunosensor based on ordered Au nano-prickle clusters
Pages 1026-1032
Suiping Wang, Zaisheng Wu, Fengli Qu, Songbai Zhang, Guoli Shen and Ruqin Yu
Short communications
86. Engineering of the membrane of fibroblast cells with virus-specific antibodies: A novel biosensor tool for virus detection
Pages 1033-1036
Georgia Moschopoulou, Katerina Vitsa, Frederic Bem, Nikos Vassilakos, Antonis Perdikaris, Petros Blouhos, Costas Yialouris, Dimitris Frosyniotis, Ioannis Anthopoulos, Olga Mangana, Kiki Nomikou, Velichka Rodeva, Dimitrina Kostova, Stanislava Grozeva, Alexandros Michaelides, Alex Simonian and Spiridon Kintzios
87. The electrochemical modification of clenbuterol for biosensors of dopamine, norepinephrine, adrenalin, ascorbic acid and uric acid at paraffin-impregnated graphite electrode
Pages 1037-1041
Guan-Ping Jin, Xia Peng and Yan-Feng Ding
88. A comparative evaluation of molecular recognition by monolayers composed of synthetic receptors or oriented antibodies
Pages 1042-1044
Inger Vikholm-Lundin, Timo Pulli, Willem M. Albers and Kirsi Tappura
89. A methodology for rapid detection of Salmonella typhimurium using label-free electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
Pages 1045-1048
Vivek Nandakumar, Jeffrey T. La Belle, Justin Reed, Miti Shah, Douglas Cochran, Lokesh Joshi and T.L. Alford
90. Negative dielectrophoretic patterning with different cell types
Pages 1049-1053
Masato Suzuki, Tomoyuki Yasukawa, Hitoshi Shiku and Tomokazu Matsue
91. A novel glucose sensor based on monodispersed Ni/Al layered double hydroxide and chitosan
Pages 1054-1058
Hanhua Ai, Xintang Huang, Zhihong Zhu, Jinping Liu, Qingbo Chi, Yuanyuan Li, Zikun Li and Xiaoxu Ji
92. Immobilization of a trienzymatic system in a sol–gel matrix: A new fluorescent biosensor for xanthine
Pages 1059-1062
A. Salinas-Castillo, Isabel Pastor, Ricardo Mallavia and C. Reyes Mateo
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93. A new amperometric nanostructured sensor for the analytical determination of hydrogen peroxide
Pages 1063-1069
M.R. Guascito, E. Filippo, C. Malitesta, D. Manno, A. Serra and A. Turco
94. OBC Editorial Board
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