Bullet  Journal: Biosensors and Bioelectronics

      ISSN: 0956-5663  Vol./Iss.: 26, 4

 

 

Date: 15 December 2010

 

1.

Editorial Board
Page CO2

Preface

2.

The World Congress on Biosensors—Biosensors 2010
Pages 1129-1130
Alice Tang

Biosensors and Bioelectronics Award

3.

Nanoplasmonic biosensing with on-chip electrical detection
Pages 1131-1136
Francesco Mazzotta, Guoliang Wang, Carl Hägglund, Fredrik Höök, Magnus P. Jonsson

 

4.

An auto-biotinylated bifunctional protein nanowire for ultra-sensitive molecular biosensing
Pages 1137-1141
Dong Men, Zhi-Ping Zhang, Yong-Chao Guo, Duan-Hao Zhu, Li-Jun Bi, Jiao-Yu Deng, Zong-Qiang Cui, Hong-Ping Wei, Xian-En Zhang

5.

Multipurpose high-throughput filtering microarrays (HiFi) for DNA and protein assays
Pages 1142-1151
Gaelle C. Le Goff, Cloé Desmet, Jean-Charles Brès, Dominique Rigal, Loïc J. Blum, Christophe A. Marquette

Review Papers

6.

How to design magneto-based total analysis systems for biomedical applications
Pages 1152-1163
A. Weddemann, C. Albon, A. Auge, F. Wittbracht, P. Hedwig, D. Akemeier, K. Rott, D. Meißner, P. Jutzi, A. Hütten

7.

Nanoparticles-based strategies for DNA, protein and cell sensors
Pages 1164-1177
Arben Merkoçi

8.

Recent advances in recognition elements of food and environmental biosensors: A review
Pages 1178-1194
Bieke Van Dorst, Jaytry Mehta, Karen Bekaert, Elsa Rouah-Martin, Wim De Coen, Peter Dubruel, Ronny Blust, Johan Robbens

9.

Challenges in the use of 1D nanostructures for on-chip biosensing and diagnostics: A review
Pages 1195-1204
Kannan Balasubramanian

10.

Electrochemical DNA hybridization sensors applied to real and complex biological samples
Pages 1205-1217
J.P. Tosar, G. Brañas, J. Laíz

Full Papers

11.

Polyshrink™ based microfluidic chips and protein microarrays
Pages 1218-1224
Céline A. Mandon, Kevin A. Heyries, Loïc J. Blum, Christophe A. Marquette

12.

Disposable amperometric magnetoimmunosensors for the specific detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae
Pages 1225-1230
Susana Campuzano, Berta Esteban-Fernández de Ávila, José Yuste, María Pedrero, José Luis García, Pedro García, Ernesto García, José Manuel Pingarrón

13.

A label-free and portable multichannel surface plasmon resonance immunosensor for on site analysis of antibiotics in milk samples
Pages 1231-1238
Fátima Fernández, Kateřina Hegnerová, Marek Piliarik, Francisco Sanchez-Baeza, Jiří Homola, M.-Pilar Marco

14.

Evaluation of chrono-impedance technique as transduction method for a carbon paste/glucose oxidase (CP/GOx) based glucose biosensor
Pages 1239-1244
Carmen C. Mayorga Martinez, Ernesto F. Treo, Rossana E. Madrid, Carmelo C. Felice

15.

Impedimetric genosensing of DNA polymorphism correlated to cystic fibrosis: A comparison among different protocols and electrode surfaces
Pages 1245-1251
Alessandra Bonanni, Maria José Esplandiu, Manel del Valle

16.

Oligonucleotide microarrays with horseradish peroxidase-based detection for the identification of extended-spectrum β-lactamases
Pages 1252-1260
Mayya Yu. Rubtsova, Maria M. Ulyashova, Mikhail V. Edelstein, Alexey M. Egorov

17.

Impedance biosensing using phages for bacteria detection: Generation of dual signals as the clue for in-chip assay confirmation
Pages 1261-1267
M.B. Mejri, H. Baccar, E. Baldrich, F.J. Del Campo, S. Helali, T. Ktari, A. Simonian, M. Aouni, A. Abdelghani

18.

DC microelectrode array for investigating the intracellular ion changes
Pages 1268-1272
Aditya Aryasomayajula, Jonathan Derix, Srikant Perike, Gerald Gerlach, R.H. Funk

19.

Ultrathin-film oscillator biosensors excited by ultrafast light pulses
Pages 1273-1277
Hirotsugu Ogi, Tetsuya Kawamoto, Nobutomo Nakamura, Masahiko Hirao, Masayoshi Nishiyama

20.

Impedimetric immunosensor based on SWCNT-COOH modified gold microelectrodes for label-free detection of deep venous thrombosis biomarker
Pages 1278-1282
S. Bourigua, M. Hnaien, F. Bessueille, F. Lagarde, S. Dzyadevych, A. Maaref, J. Bausells, A. Errachid, N. Jaffrezic Renault

21.

Characterization of the evanescent field profile and bound mass sensitivity of a label-free silicon photonic microring resonator biosensing platform
Pages 1283-1291
Matthew S. Luchansky, Adam L. Washburn, Teresa A. Martin, Muzammil Iqbal, L. Cary Gunn, Ryan C. Bailey

22.

An optical microbial biosensor for detection of methyl parathion using Sphingomonas sp. immobilized on microplate as a reusable biocomponent
Pages 1292-1296
Jitendra Kumar, S.F. D'Souza

23.

Carbon nanotubes-based chemiresistive immunosensor for small molecules: Detection of nitroaromatic explosives
Pages 1297-1301
Miso Park, Lakshmi N. Cella, Wilfred Chen, Nosang V. Myung, Ashok Mulchandani

24.

Optical fiber sensor for Hg(II) based on carbon dots
Pages 1302-1306
Helena M.R. Gonçalves, Abel J. Duarte, Joaquim C.G. Esteves da Silva

25.

Effects of protein inter-layers on cell–diamond FET characteristics
Pages 1307-1312
Bohuslav Rezek, Marie Krátká, Alexander Kromka, Marie Kalbacova

26.

Direct detection of Salmonella typhimurium on fresh produce using phage-based magnetoelastic biosensors
Pages 1313-1319
Suiqiong Li, Yugui Li, Huiqin Chen, Shin Horikawa, Wen Shen, Aleksandr Simonian, Bryan A. Chin

27.

A generic surface chemistry for peptide microarrays implementation: Application to the detection of anti-H3 antibody
Pages 1320-1325
Graziella El Khoury, Emmanuelle Laurenceau, Yann Chevolot, Eliane Souteyrand, Jean-Pierre Cloarec

28.

Electrochemical determination of carbohydrate-binding proteins using carbohydrate-stabilized gold nanoparticles and silver enhancement
Pages 1326-1331
In-Hong Min, Lee Choi, Kwang-Soo Ahn, Byung Kun Kim, Bo Young Lee, Kwan Soo Kim, Han Nim Choi, Won-Yong Lee

29.

Detection of β-amyloid peptide (1–16) and amyloid precursor protein (APP770) using spectroscopic ellipsometry and QCM techniques: A step forward towards Alzheimers disease diagnostics
Pages 1332-1336
M.K. Mustafa, A. Nabok, D. Parkinson, I.E. Tothill, F. Salam, A. Tsargorodskaya

30.

Protein immobilisation on micro/nanostructures fabricated by laser microablation
Pages 1337-1345
Dan V. Nicolau, Elena P. Ivanova, Florin Fulga, Luisa Filipponi, Andrea Viezzoli, Serban Dobroiu, Yulia V. Alekseeva, Duy K. Pham

31.

Nanoparticle-based biosensor for the detection of emerging pandemic influenza strains
Pages 1346-1352
Tracy L. Kamikawa, Malgorzata G. Mikolajczyk, Michael Kennedy, Pei Zhang, Wei Wang, Dorothy E. Scott, Evangelyn C. Alocilja

32.

Nonenzymatic free-cholesterol detection via a modified highly sensitive macroporous gold electrode with platinum nanoparticles
Pages 1353-1358
Yi-Jae Lee, Jae-Yeong Park

33.

Effects of nanopatterned RGD peptide layer on electrochemical detection of neural cell chip
Pages 1359-1365
Md. Abdul Kafi, Tae-Hyung Kim, Cheol-Heon Yea, Hyuncheol Kim, Jeong-Woo Choi

34.

Direct detection of enzyme-catalyzed products by FET sensor with ferrocene-modified electrode
Pages 1366-1372
Yu Ishige, Sizu Takeda, Masao Kamahori

35.

One-chip electronic detection of DNA hybridization using precision impedance-based CMOS array sensor
Pages 1373-1379
Kang-Ho Lee, Jeong-Oen Lee, Mi-Jin Sohn, Byunghun Lee, Suk-Hwan Choi, Sang Kyu Kim, Jun-Bo Yoon, Gyu-Hyeong Cho

36.

Surface plasmon resonance imaging (SPRi)-based sensing: A new approach in signal sampling and management
Pages 1380-1385
Simona Scarano, Cosimo Scuffi, Marco Mascini, Maria Minunni

37.

Selection of DNA aptamer against prostate specific antigen using a genetic algorithm and application to sensing
Pages 1386-1391
Nasa Savory, Koichi Abe, Koji Sode, Kazunori Ikebukuro

38.

Characterisation and analytical potential of a photo-responsive polymeric material based on spiropyran
Pages 1392-1398
Robert Byrne, Claudia Ventura, Fernando Benito Lopez, Adelheid Walther, Andreas Heise, Dermot Diamond

39.

Biosensing of lipid–prion interactions: Insights on charge effect, Cu(II)-ions binding and prion oligomerization
Pages 1399-1406
Stéphanie Steunou, Jean-François Chich, Human Rezaei, Jasmina Vidic

40.

Studies on neuronal differentiation and signalling processes with a novel impedimetric biosensor
Pages 1407-1413
T. Valero, G. Moschopoulou, S. Kintzios, P. Hauptmann, M. Naumann, T. Jacobs

41.

A digital CMOS-based 24 × 16 sensor array platform for fully automatic electrochemical DNA detection
Pages 1414-1419
Philipp Kruppa, Alexander Frey, Ingo Kuehne, Meinrad Schienle, Norbert Persike, Thomas Kratzmueller, Gerhard Hartwich, Doris Schmitt-Landsiedel

42.

Disposable biosensor based on immobilisation of glutamate oxidase on Pt nanoparticles modified Au nanowire array electrode
Pages 1420-1424
Mamun Jamal, Ju Xu, Kafil M. Razeeb

43.

Long range surface plasmon and hydrogel optical waveguide field-enhanced fluorescence biosensor with 3D hydrogel binding matrix: On the role of diffusion mass transfer
Pages 1425-1431
Chun Jen Huang, Jakub Dostalek, Wolfgang Knoll

44.

Peroxygenase based sensor for aromatic compounds
Pages 1432-1436
Lei Peng, Ulla Wollenberger, Matthias Kinne, Martin Hofrichter, René Ullrich, Katrin Scheibner, Anna Fischer, Frieder W. Scheller

45.

Carbon nanotubes-based chemiresistive biosensors for detection of microorganisms
Pages 1437-1441
Cristina García-Aljaro, Lakshmi N. Cella, Dhamanand J. Shirale, Miso Park, Francisco Javier Muñoz, Marylynn V. Yates, Ashok Mulchandani

46.

An integrated and sensitive detection platform for biosensing application based on Fe@Au magnetic nanoparticles as bead array carries
Pages 1442-1448
Hongna Liu, Song Li, Lishang Liu, Lan Tian, Nongyue He

47.

Development of a novel method to detect intrinsic mRNA in a living cell by using a molecular beacon-immobilized nanoneedle
Pages 1449-1454
Takanori Kihara, Narutoshi Yoshida, Taro Kitagawa, Chikashi Nakamura, Noriyuki Nakamura, Jun Miyake

48.

An autonomous drug release system based on chemo-mechanical energy conversion “Organic Engine” for feedback control of blood glucose
Pages 1455-1459
Ryodai Kato, Munkhbayar Munkhjargal, Daishi Takahashi, Takahiro Arakawa, Hiroyuki Kudo, Kohji Mitsubayashi

49.

High-content analysis of single cells directly assembled on CMOS sensor based on color imaging
Pages 1460-1465
Tsuyoshi Tanaka, Tatsuya Saeki, Yoshihiko Sunaga, Tadashi Matsunaga

50.

Application of fluorescent protein-tagged trans factors and immobilized cis elements to monitoring of toxic metals based on in vitro protein–DNA interactions
Pages 1466-1473
Yasunari Kawakami, Mohammad Shohel Rana Siddiki, Koichi Inoue, Hisae Otabayashi, Kazuyuki Yoshida, Shunsaku Ueda, Hitoshi Miyasaka, Isamu Maeda

51.

Localized electrical stimulation of in vitro neurons using an array of sub-cellular sized electrodes
Pages 1474-1477
Dries Braeken, Roeland Huys, Josine Loo, Carmen Bartic, Gustaaf Borghs, Geert Callewaert, Wolfgang Eberle

52.

Integrated optical biosensor for in-line monitoring of cell cultures
Pages 1478-1485
Stéphanie Pasche, Bernard Wenger, Réal Ischer, Marta Giazzon, Silvia Angeloni, Guy Voirin

53.

Detection of effect of chemotherapeutic agents to cancer cells on gold nanoflower patterned substrate using surface-enhanced Raman scattering and cyclic voltammetry
Pages 1486-1492
Waleed Ahmed El-Said, Tae-Hyung Kim, Hyuncheol Kim, Jeong-Woo Choi

54.

Evaluation of doxorubicin toxicity on cardiomyocytes using a dual functional extracellular biochip
Pages 1493-1499
Lidan Xiao, Zhaoyin Hu, Wei Zhang, Chengxiong Wu, Hui Yu, Ping Wang

55.

Bipodal PEGylated alkanethiol for the enhanced electrochemical detection of genetic markers involved in breast cancer
Pages 1500-1506
O.Y.F. Henry, J. Lluis Acero Sanchez, C.K. O'Sullivan

56.

A hand-held electronic tongue based on fluorometry for taste assessment of tea
Pages 1507-1513
Kuang-Hua Chang, Richie L.C. Chen, Bo-Chuan Hsieh, Po-Chung Chen, Hsien-Yi Hsiao, Chi-Hua Nieh, Tzong-Jih Cheng

57.

Fast cholesterol detection using flow injection microfluidic device with functionalized carbon nanotubes based electrochemical sensor
Pages 1514-1520
A. Wisitsoraat, P. Sritongkham, C. Karuwan, D. Phokharatkul, T. Maturos, A. Tuantranont

58.

Electrochemistry-on-chip for on-line conversions in drug metabolism studies
Pages 1521-1527
M. Odijk, A. Baumann, W. Olthuis, A. van den Berg, U. Karst

59.

Fully integrated monolithic optoelectronic transducer for real-time protein and DNA detection: The NEMOSLAB approach
Pages 1528-1535
Konstantinos Misiakos, Panagiota S. Petrou, Sotirios E. Kakabakos, Drakoulis Yannoukakos, Harry Contopanagos, Thorsten Knoll, Thomas Velten, Marco DeFazio, Luigi Schiavo, Miriam Passamano, Dimitrios Stamou, George Nounesis

60.

One-chip biosensor for simultaneous disease marker/calibration substance measurement in human urine by electrochemical surface plasmon resonance method
Pages 1536-1542
Kohei Nakamoto, Ryoji Kurita, Osamu Niwa

61.

DNA microarrays for hybridization detection by surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy
Pages 1543-1547
Alfred Kick, Martin Bönsch, Beate Katzschner, Jan Voigt, Alexander Herr, Werner Brabetz, Martin Jung, Frank Sonntag, Udo Klotzbach, Norbert Danz, Steffen Howitz, Michael Mertig

62.

Enhancement of sensitivity using hybrid stimulus for the diagnosis of prostate cancer based on polydiacetylene (PDA) supramolecules
Pages 1548-1553
Il Kyoung Kwon, Jun Pyo Kim, Sang Jun Sim

63.

Peptide–protein microarrays and surface plasmon resonance detection: Biosensors for versatile biomolecular interaction analysis
Pages 1554-1559
Marie-Bernadette Villiers, Sandra Cortès, Carine Brakha, Jean-Pierre Lavergne, Christophe A. Marquette, Paul Deny, Thierry Livache, Patrice N. Marche

64.

Flow injection analysis biosensor for urea analysis in adulterated milk using enzyme thermistor
Pages 1560-1564
Geetesh K. Mishra, Rupesh K. Mishra, Sunil Bhand

65.

Integration of microfluidic and cantilever technology for biosensing application in liquid environment
Pages 1565-1570
Carlo Ricciardi, Giancarlo Canavese, Riccardo Castagna, Ivan Ferrante, Alessandro Ricci, Simone Luigi Marasso, Lucia Napione, Federico Bussolino

66.

Nanoliter contact angle probes tumor angiogenic ligand–receptor protein interactions
Pages 1571-1575
Giulio Olivero, Daniele Maiolo, Daria Leali, Stefania Federici, Laura E. Depero, Marco Presta, Stefania Mitola, Paolo Bergese

67.

Monitoring of anticancer effect of cisplatin and 5-fluorouracil on HepG2 cells by quartz crystal microbalance and micro CCD camera
Pages 1576-1581
Hyen-Wook Kang, Hiroshi Muramatsu, Burm-Jong Lee, Young-Soo Kwon

68.

A novel enzyme entrapment in SU-8 microfabricated films for glucose micro-biosensors
Pages 1582-1587
Sotiria D. Psoma, Peter D. van der Wal, Olivier Frey, Nicolaas F. de Rooij, Anthony P.F. Turner

69.

Detection of DNA mutations using a capacitive micro-membrane array
Pages 1588-1592
Vasiliki Tsouti, Christos Boutopoulos, Peristera Andreakou, Marina Ioannou, Ioanna Zergioti, Dimitris Goustouridis, Dimitris Kafetzopoulos, Dimitris Tsoukalas, Pascal Normand, Stavros Chatzandroulis

70.

Differential spectral phase interferometry for wide dynamic range surface plasmon resonance biosensing
Pages 1593-1598
Siu-Pang Ng, Chi-Man Lawrence Wu, Shu-Yuen Wu, Ho-Pui Ho, S.K. Kong

71.

Aptamer-based biosensor for sensitive PDGF detection using diamond transistor
Pages 1599-1604
A. Rahim Ruslinda, Shinya Tajima, Yoko Ishii, Yuichiro Ishiyama, Robert Edgington, Hiroshi Kawarada

72.

A dual surface plasmon resonance assay for the determination of ribonuclease H activity
Pages 1605-1611
Hana ípová, Hana Vaisocherová, Josef těpánek, Jiří Homola

73.

Surface functionalization of electrospun nanofibers for detecting E. coli O157:H7 and BVDV cells in a direct-charge transfer biosensor
Pages 1612-1617
Yilun Luo, Steven Nartker, Hanna Miller, David Hochhalter, Michael Wiederoder, Sara Wiederoder, Emma Setterington, Lawrence T. Drzal, Evangelyn C. Alocilja

74.

Electrochemical detection of foodborne pathogen Aeromonas hydrophila by DNA hybridization biosensor
Pages 1618-1623
M. Tichoniuk, D. Gwiazdowska, M. Ligaj, M. Filipiak

75.

Electrically active magnetic nanoparticles as novel concentrator and electrochemical redox transducer in Bacillus anthracis DNA detection
Pages 1624-1630
Sudeshna Pal, Evangelyn C. Alocilja

76.

Evanescent wave fluorescence biosensor combined with DNA bio-barcode assay for platelet genotyping
Pages 1631-1637
Marie Trévisan, Manfred Schawaller, Gerald Quapil, Eliane Souteyrand, Yves Mérieux, Jean-Pierre Cloarec

77.

Bioelectrocatalytic determination of nitrite ions based on polyaniline grafted nanodiamond
Pages 1638-1643
A.I. Gopalan, K.-P. Lee, S. Komathi

78.

A novel colorimetric aptasensor using gold nanoparticle for a highly sensitive and specific detection of oxytetracycline
Pages 1644-1649
Yeon Seok Kim, Joong Hyun Kim, In Ae Kim, Su Jin Lee, Jongsoo Jurng, Man Bock Gu

79.

A glucose sensor protein for continuous glucose monitoring
Pages 1650-1655
Jithesh V. Veetil, Sha Jin, Kaiming Ye

80.

Surface plasmon resonance biosensor for parallelized detection of protein biomarkers in diluted blood plasma
Pages 1656-1661
Marek Piliarik, Markéta Bocková, Jiří Homola

81.

Ultrasensitive microchip sensor based on boron-containing polyfluorene nanofilms
Pages 1662-1665
Celso Ribeiro, Pedro Brogueira, Guilherme Lavareda, Carlos N. Carvalho, Ana Amaral, Luís Santos, Jorge Morgado, Ulrich Scherf, Vasco D.B. Bonifácio

82.

Improving immunosensor performances using an acoustic mixer on droplet microarray
Pages 1666-1671
F. Kardous, A. Rouleau, B. Simon, R. Yahiaoui, J.F. Manceau, W. Boireau

83.

Olfactory receptor cells respond to odors in a tissue and semiconductor hybrid neuron chip
Pages 1672-1678
Qingjun Liu, Weiwei Ye, Ning Hu, Hua Cai, Hui Yu, Ping Wang

Short Communications

84.

An integrated photo-thermal sensing system for rapid and direct diagnosis of anemia
Pages 1679-1683
Bong Seop Kwak, Hyung Joon Kim, Hyun Ok Kim, Hyo-Il Jung

85.

Electrochemical biosensor for the multiplexed detection of human papillomavirus genes
Pages 1684-1687
L. Civit, A. Fragoso, C.K. O'Sullivan

86.

Direct voltammetric sensing of l-Cysteine at pristine GaN nanowires electrode
Pages 1688-1691
Yao-Tong Lai, Abhijit Ganguly, Li-Chyong Chen, Kuei-Hsien Chen

87.

Hybridisation thermodynamic parameters allow accurate detection of point mutations with DNA microarrays
Pages 1692-1695
Jef Hooyberghs, Enrico Carlon

88.

Toward specific detection of Dengue virus serotypes using a novel modular biosensor
Pages 1696-1700
Stephen J. Fletcher, Lucy W. Phillips, Andrew S. Milligan, Stephen J. Rodda

89.

Versatile label free biochip for the detection of circulating tumor cells from peripheral blood in cancer patients
Pages 1701-1705
Swee Jin Tan, Rumkumar Lalitha Lakshmi, Pengfei Chen, Wan-Teck Lim, Levent Yobas, Chwee Teck Lim

90.

Biosensors coated with sulfated polysaccharides for the detection of hepatocyte growth factor/scatter factor in cell culture medium
Pages 1706-1709
Manuel Berger, Alexander Welle, Eric Gottwald, Michael Rapp, Kerstin Länge

91.

Gold nanoparticle-based electrochemical magnetoimmunosensor for rapid detection of anti-hepatitis B virus antibodies in human serum
Pages 1710-1714
Alfredo de la Escosura-Muñiz, Marisa Maltez-da Costa, Christian Sánchez-Espinel, Belén Díaz-Freitas, Jonathan Fernández-Suarez, África González-Fernández, Arben Merkoçi

92.

Aptamers based electrochemical biosensor for protein detection using carbon nanotubes platforms
Pages 1715-1718
Pinar Kara, Alfredo de la Escosura-Muñiz, Marisa Maltez-da Costa, Maria Guix, Mehmet Ozsoz, Arben Merkoçi

93.

Label-free genetic and proteomic marker detection within a single flowcell assay
Pages 1719-1722
Katja F. Kastl, Christopher R. Lowe, Carl E. Norman

94.

Love-wave bacteria-based sensor for the detection of heavy metal toxicity in liquid medium
Pages 1723-1726
I. Gammoudi, H. Tarbague, A. Othmane, D. Moynet, D. Rebière, R. Kalfat, C. Dejous

95.

Chemical and biological sensing applications based on graphene field-effect transistors
Pages 1727-1730
Yasuhide Ohno, Kenzo Maehashi, Kazuhiko Matsumoto

96.

Recording electric potentials from single adherent cells with 3D microelectrode arrays after local electroporation
Pages 1731-1735
Philipp Julian Koester, Carsten Tautorat, Helmut Beikirch, Jan Gimsa, Werner Baumann

97.

A multiplex nanoparticle-based bio-barcoded DNA sensor for the simultaneous detection of multiple pathogens
Pages 1736-1742
Deng Zhang, Michael C. Huarng, Evangelyn C. Alocilja

98.

Assessment of oxidative DNA damage and repair at single cellular level via real-time monitoring of 8-OHdG biomarker
Pages 1743-1749
Shradha Prabhulkar, Chen-Zhong Li

99.

Surface IR immunosensors for label-free detection of benzo[a]pyrene
Pages 1750-1754
Souhir Boujday, Soumaya Nasri, Michèle Salmain, Claire-Marie Pradier

100.

Translocation of bio-functionalized magnetic beads using smart magnetophoresis
Pages 1755-1758
S. Anandakumar, V. Sudha Rani, Sunjong Oh, B.L. Sinha, Migaku Takahashi, CheolGi Kim

101.

Biological investigation using a shear horizontal surface acoustic wave sensor: Small “Click generated” DNA hybridization detection
Pages 1759-1762
Chouki Zerrouki, Najla Fourati, Romain Lucas, Julien Vergnaud, Jean-Marie Fougnion, Rachida Zerrouki, Christine Pernelle

102.

Bacteria adsorption on hydrophilic surfaces for the sensitive detection of pathogenic bacteria using a single tube chamber system
Pages 1763-1767
Ji Yeong Won, Junhong Min, Jung-Hwan Park

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