ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 149, 1



Date: 6 August 2010


1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
General Section
2. 1D ZnO nano-assemblies by Plasma-CVD as chemical sensors for flammable and toxic gases
Pages 1-7
Davide Barreca, Daniela Bekermann, Elisabetta Comini, Anjana Devi, Roland A. Fischer, Alberto Gasparotto, Chiara Maccato, Giorgio Sberveglieri, Eugenio Tondello
3. NOx sensitivity of In2O3 thin film layers with and without promoter layers at high temperatures
Pages 8-19
S. Kannan, L. Rieth, F. Solzbacher
4. Chemodosimeters for mercury(II) and methylmercury(I) based on 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole
Pages 20-27
Qi Zou, He Tian
5. Preparation of mesoporous In2O3 nanofibers by electrospinning and their application as a CO gas sensor
Pages 28-33
Sang Kyoo Lim, Sung-Ho Hwang, Daeic Chang, Soonhyun Kim
6. Influence of the grafted chain length on responsive behaviors of the grafted poly(DEA-co-DMAEMA) hydrogel
Pages 34-43
Jun Chen, Mingzhu Liu, Naiyan Zhang, Peipei Dai, Chunmei Gao, Liwei Ma, Hongliang Liu
7. Membraneless microchannel glucose biofuel cell with improved electrical performances
Pages 44-50
A. Zebda, L. Renaud, M. Cretin, C. Innocent, R. Ferrigno, S. Tingry
8. Continuous glucose sensor using novel genetically engineered binding polypeptides towards in vivo applications
Pages 51-58
Jonathan Siegrist, Troy Kazarian, Charles Ensor, Smita Joel, Marc Madou, Ping Wang, Sylvia Daunert
9. Highly sensitive glucose biosensor based on CF4-plasma-modified interdigital transducer array (IDA) microelectrode
Pages 59-66
Hao-Min Huang, Chien-Hung Liu, Vincent Lee, Chiapyng Lee, Meng-Jiy Wang
10. Single dielectric columnar thin film as a humidity sensor
Pages 67-70
Yi-Jun Jen, Meng-Jie Lin, Jung-Hui Chao
11. Accurate concentration determination of anions nitrate, nitrite and chloride in minced meat using a voltammetric electronic tongue
Pages 71-78
Inmaculada Campos, Rafael Masot, Miguel Alcañiz, Luis Gil, Juan Soto, José L. Vivancos, Eduardo García-Breijo, Roberto H. Labrador, José M. Barat, Ramón Martínez-Mañez.
12. Ultrasonically prepared nanocrystalline ZnO thin films for highly sensitive LPG sensing
Pages 79-86
L.A. Patil, A.R. Bari, M.D. Shinde, Vinita Deo
13. Detection of adherent cells using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy based on molecular recognition of integrin β1
Pages 87-93
Xiangfu Jiang, Liang Tan, Baoling Zhang, Youyu Zhang, Hao Tang, Qingji Xie, Shouzhuo Yao
14. Simple fabrication and improved photoresponse of ZnO–Cu2O core–shell heterojunction nanorod arrays
Pages 94-97
Ruey-Chi Wang, Hsin-Ying Lin
15. Controllable synthesis of CdSe nanostructures with tunable morphology and their application in DNA biosensor of Avian Influenza Virus
Pages 98-104
Hai Fan, Peng Ju, Shiyun Ai
16. Microporous ceramic coated SnO2 sensors for hydrogen and carbon monoxide sensing in harsh reducing conditions
Pages 105-109
R.M. Prasad, A. Gurlo, R. Riedel, M. Hübner, N. Barsan, U. Weimar
17. An aptamer-based biosensor for the detection of lysozyme with gold nanoparticles amplification
Pages 110-115
Li-Dong Li, Zheng-Bo Chen, Hong-Tao Zhao, Lin Guo, Xiaojiao Mu
18. Highly sensitive CO sensors based on cross-linked TiO2 hollow hemispheres
Pages 116-121
Hi Gyu Moon, Young-Seok Shim, Ho Won Jang, Jin-Sang Kim, Kyoung Jin Choi, Chong-Yun Kang, Ji-Won Choi, Hyung-Ho Park, Soek-Jin Yoon
19. A fibre-optic humidity sensor based on a porous silica xerogel film as the sensing element
Pages 122-128
Juncal Estella, Pablo de Vicente, Jesús C. Echeverría, Julián J. Garrido
20. Nanostructures on gold electrodes for the development of an l-tyrosine electrochemical sensor based on host–guest supramolecular interactions
Pages 129-135
Carmen Quintana, Sonia Suárez, Lucas Hernández
21. A capacitive humidity sensor based on ordered macroporous silicon with thin film surface coating
Pages 136-142
Yun Wang, Seungwoo Park, John T.W. Yeow, Andreas Langner, Frank Müller
22. High temperature and pressure chemical sensors based on Zr/ZrO2 electrode prepared by nanostructured ZrO2 film at Zr wire
Pages 143-154
Ronghua Zhang, Xuetong Zhang, Shumin Hu
23. Synthesis of two conjugated polymers as TNT chemosensor materials
Pages 155-160
Shaojie Chen, Qiuyu Zhang, Junping Zhang, Junwei Gu, Li Zhang
24. Hydrogen sensing performance comparison of Pd layer and Pd/WO3 composite thin film coated on side-polished single- and multimode fibers
Pages 161-164
Minghong Yang, Hongliang Liu, Dongsheng Zhang, Xinling Tong
25. A cationic triarylborane as water-tolerant fluorescent chemosensor for fluoride anions
Pages 165-169
Yunlong Deng, Ying Chen, Duxia Cao, Zhiqiang Liu, Guozhong Li
26. A picoampere A/D converter for biosensor applications
Pages 170-176
Guy Rachmuth, Kuan Zhou, Joshua J.C. Monzon, Heiko Helble, Chi-Sang Poon
27. Micro-patterning of phosphorylcholine-based polymers in a microfluidic channel
Pages 177-183
Kaori Kuribayashi, Yukiko Tsuda, Hajime Nakamura, Shoji Takeuchi
28. High-performance carbon nanotube hydrogen sensor
Pages 184-188
Wei Li, Nguyen Duc Hoa, Dojin Kim
29. Innovative design for optical porous silicon gas sensor
Pages 189-193
L.N. Acquaroli, R. Urteaga, R.R. Koropecki
30. On the application of gold based SPR sensors for the detection of hazardous gases
Pages 194-198
A. Nooke, U. Beck, A. Hertwig, A. Krause, H. Krüger, V. Lohse, D. Negendank, J. Steinbach
31. Enantiomerically selective vapochromic sensing
Pages 199-204
Matthew J. Cich, Ian M. Hill, Aaron D. Lackner, Ryan J. Martinez, Travis C. Ruthenburg, Yuichiro Takeshita, Andrew J. Young, Steven M. Drew, Carrie E. Buss, Kent R. Mann
32. Microscale pH gradient generation by electrolysis on a light-addressable planar electrode
Pages 205-211
Jun Suzurikawa, Masayuki Nakao, Ryohei Kanzaki, Hirokazu Takahashi
33. Surface plasmon resonance instrument as a refractometer for liquids and ultrathin films
Pages 212-220
Huamin Liang, Heini Miranto, Niko Granqvist, Janusz W. Sadowski, Tapani Viitala, Bochu Wang, Marjo Yliperttula
34. A reusable DNA biosensor for the detection of genetically modified organism using magnetic bead-based electrochemiluminescence
Pages 221-225
Debin Zhu, Jinfeng Liu, Yabing Tang, Da Xing
35. A new electrochemiluminescence immunosensor based on Ru(bpy)32+-doped TiO2 nanoparticles labeling for ultrasensitive detection of human chorionic gonadotrophin
Pages 226-232
Li Mao, Ruo Yuan, Yaqin Chai, Ying Zhuo, Xia Yang
36. Multi-purpose optical biosensors for real-time detection of bacteria, viruses and toxins
Pages 233-238
D. Bhatta, E. Stadden, E. Hashem, I.J.G. Sparrow, G.D. Emmerson
37. Integrated sensor array optimization with statistical evaluation
Pages 239-244
Zhe Xu, Xiajing Shi, Susan Lu
38. Development of a low-cost portable colorimeter for the estimation of fluoride in drinking water
Pages 245-251
Rohit, Lalita Kanwar, K.Kesava Rao
39. Voltammetric biosensors for the determination of paracetamol at carbon nanotube modified pyrolytic graphite electrode
Pages 252-258
Rajendra N. Goyal, Vinod K. Gupta, Sanghamitra Chatterjee
40. Specific binding DNA-based piezoelectric quartz crystal microbalance biosensor array for the study of NF-κB
Pages 259-263
Bo Zhang, Jie Yao, HuiHui Yan, WeiLing Fu
41. Efficient orthogonalization in gas sensor arrays using reciprocal kernel support vector regression
Pages 264-271
Andrew W. Dougherty, Elvin Beach, Patricia A. Morris, Bruce R. Patton
Micro TAS Section
42. Self-driven gel conveyer: Autonomous transportation by peristaltic motion of self-oscillating gel
Pages 272-283
Yoko Murase, Mio Hidaka, Ryo Yoshida
43. Multi-chamber PCR chip with simple liquid introduction utilizing the gas permeability of polydimethylsiloxane
Pages 284-290
Nguyen Ba Trung, Masato Saito, Haruo Takabayashi, Pham Hung Viet, Eiichi Tamiya, Yuzuru Takamura
44. Titer-plate formatted continuous flow thermal reactors: Design and performance of a nanoliter reactor
Pages 291-300
Pin-Chuan Chen, Daniel S. Park, Byoung-Hee You, Namwon Kim, Taehyun Park, Steven A. Soper, Dimitris E. Nikitopoulos, Michael C. Murphy
Short Communications
45. Pd-doped TiO2 nanofiber networks for gas sensor applications
Pages 301-305
Jaehyun Moon, Jin-Ah Park, Su-Jae Lee, Taehyoung Zyung, Il-Doo Kim
46. Glucose biosensing at carbon paste electrodes containing iron nanoparticles
Pages 306-309
Fausto N. Comba, María D. Rubianes, Pilar Herrasti, Gustavo A. Rivas
47. Monitoring glycolytic oscillations using AlGaN/GaN high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs)
Pages 310-313
C. Warnke, H. Witte, T. Mair, M.J.B. Hauser, A. Dadgar, A. Krost
48. A novel label-free electrochemical immunosensor based on graphene and thionine nanocomposite
Pages 314-318
Qin Wei, Kexia Mao, Dan Wu, Yuxue Dai, Jian Yang, Bin Du, Minghui Yang, He Li
49. Single-step ELISA capillary sensor based on surface-bonded glucose oxidase, antibody, and physically-adsorbed PEG membrane containing peroxidase-labeled antibody
Pages 319-324
Terence G. Henares, Erina Tsutsumi, Hiromi Yoshimura, Kunio Kawamura, Toshio Yao, Hideaki Hisamoto
50. Chemical signal amplification in two-dimensional paper networks
Pages 325-328
Elain Fu, Peter Kauffman, Barry Lutz, Paul Yager



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