Solid-Sate and Electrochemical Biosensors

Wednesday, October 14, 2015: 14:00-16:00
106-C (Phoenix Convention Center)
Alex L Simonian and Larry A Nagahara
A Comparison of the Sensor Performance of Electrochemical Peptide-Based Sensors Fabricated from 6- or 11-Carbon Self-Assembled Monolayers
A. L. Sutlief (University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Chemistry) and R. Y. Lai (University of Nebraska - Lincoln Department of Chemistry)
Amplification Strategy of FET Biosensor Signal for Sensitive Detection of Prion Proteins
S. Wustoni (Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University), S. Hideshima, S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi (Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University)
Enzyme Biosensor for Detection of Formaldehyde on Carbon Nanotube-Screen Printed Electrodes Modified with Pyrenyl Groups
G. Premaratne, S. Farias (Oklahoma State University), and S. Krishnan (Oklahoma State University)
Electrochemical Biosensor for Faster Diagnosis of Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency
B. E. Materi, B. G. Adams, C. A. Rice, J. Rice (Tennessee Technological University), and J. Sanders (Tennessee Technological University)
Preparation of Glucose Oxidase-Immobilized Electrodes Using Cellulose Aqueous Solution
M. Yasuzawa, Y. Omura, K. Hiura (Tokushima University), J. Li (Tokushima University), Y. Fuchiwaki (Health Research Institute, AIST), and M. Tanaka (Health Research Institute, AIST)