Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Plaza B (Hilton San Francisco)
#165 - (22b) Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology for Sensors I (T8001)
This session seeks contributions pertaining to the development of nanotechnology and nanobiotechnology for application to chemical, biological and other types of sensors. Papers addressing issues such as biocompatibility, toxicity, uptake and targeting in utilizing nanomaterials in sensor applications in vivo and in vitro are suitable. Papers involving experimental, theoretical and computational work on nanoscale science and engineering for sensors are welcome.
Chair:Venkat R. Bhethanabotla
CoChair:Jong-in Hahm
8:30 AMElectrochemical Sensor for Toxic Chemicals Based on Nanodeposit and Enzyme
Ilwhan Oh, Chelsea N. Monty, Mark A. Shannon, Richard I. Masel
8:50 AMNanostructured Biosensor for Detecting Neuropathic Agents
Neeraj Kohli, Devesh Srivastava, Rudy Richardson, Robert Y. Ofoli, Ilsoon Lee, R. M. Worden
9:10 AMHigh Density Microchip Biosensors Using Intact Liposome Arrays
Nikhil D. Kalyankar, M. L Gilchrist, Charles Maldarelli, Alexander Couzis
9:30 AMControlled Assembly of Multi-Component Nanowires by DNA Hybridization
Joun Lee, Aijun A. Wang, Ashok Mulchandani, Nosang V. Myung, Wilfred Chen
9:50 AMHighly Sensitive Biomolecular Fluorescence Detection Using Nanoscale Zinc Oxide Platforms
Adam R. Dorfman, Nitin Kumar, Jong-in Hahm
10:10 AMElectrical Characterization of Lipid Membrane Supported Onto Silicon Nanowires
Julio A. Martinez, Alexander Artyukhin, Michael Stadermann, Pieter Stroeve, Aleksandr Noy
10:30 AMCarbon Nanotube Complexes for the Selective Detection of DNA Sequences
Michael S. Strano, Esther S. Jeng

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