Bioelectroanalysis II

Wednesday, 4 October 2017: 14:00-17:50
Chesapeake L (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Chairs:
Jessica E. Koehne and Shelley D. Minteer
14:00
(Keynote) Expression / Functional Activity Relationship of Multidrug Resistance-Associated Protein 1 Investigated By Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy
J. Mauzeroll, D. Polcari (McGill University), J. Hernandez-Castro, K. Li (National Research Council of Canada), and M. Geissler (Conseil national de recherches Canada)
14:35
(Invited) Monitoring Endogenous Opioid Neuropeptide Dynamics in Real Time Using Multiple Scan Rate Voltammetry Coupled with Carbon Nanotube Yarn Microelectrodes
L. A. Sombers, C. A. Lee, S. E. Calhoun, C. J. Meunier (North Carolina State University), S. K. Smith (NC State University), and G. S. McCarty (North Carolina State University)
15:25
(Invited) Tunable CNT Fiber and Yarn Microelectrodes for Measurements of Different Neurochemicals
C. Yang (Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia) and B. J. Venton (University of Virginia)
15:50
Break
16:10
Finite Element Simulation of the Coreactant Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence Mechanism 
A. Danis, W. L. Odette, S. C. Perry (McGill University), S. Canesi (University of Québec à Montreal), H. F. Sleiman, and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University)
16:30
Development of Electrochemical Sensor for Uric Acid Detection in Intestinal Closed Loop
K. Fujita and K. Ichida (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences)
16:50
Electrochemical Potential Gradient As a Quantitative Test Platform for Cellular Oxidative Stress
V. Reipa (National Institute of Standards and Technology), B. Clancy (Montgomery College), and D. Atha (NIST)
17:10
CD62L Protein As a Potential Biomarker for Bladder Cancer
G. S. Phadke, J. E. Satterwhite (University of Connecticut), D. Choudhary, J. A. Taylor III (University of Connecticut Health Center), and J. F. Rusling (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland)
17:30
A Highly Sensitive Scanning Electrochemical Microscope Based Method for Studying Enzymatic Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer
R. Penhallurick, D. Chen, and Y. Tong (Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University)