Wednesday, November 15, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Yerba Buena Ballroom 4 (Marriott San Francisco)
#376 - Biosensors (08B05)
Biosensors are devices that use biological components to detect analytes of interest. Common applications of these sensors include control of industrial processes, monitoring in health care, and environmental monitoring. This session will focus on recent research efforts in the area of biosensor technology and design. Topics may include but are not limited to; using biosensor to detect analytes in small volumes, development and use of cell-based biosensors, and biologically inspired recognition chemistry for sensors.
Chair:Vassilios I. Sikavitsas
CoChair:J. Zach Hilt
12:30 PMImmobilization of Myoglobin from Horse Skeletal Muscle and Hemoglobin I from Lucina Pectinata in Hydrophilic Polymer Networks for Hydrogen Sulfide Biosensor Application
Cinthya I. Roman-Cuevas, Aixa BelÚn-Ojeda, Madeline Torres-Lugo, Juan Lopez-Garriga
12:50 PMAtomic Force Microscopy Investigation of Spacer Length Effect on Escherichia Coli Pili-Antibody Molecular Recognition
Ting Cao, Anfeng Wang, Xuemei Liang, Haiying Tang, Gregory W. Auner, Steven O. Salley, K. Y. Simon Ng
1:10 PMDetection of Botulinum Neurotoxins in Buffer and Honey Using a Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor
Jon Ladd, Allen D. Taylor, Jiri Homola, Shaoyi Jiang
1:30 PMBiosensor Incorporating Cell Barrier Architectures for Detecting Staphylococcus Aureus Alpha Toxin
Gargi Ghosh, Kimberly W. Anderson, Leonidas Bachas
1:50 PMBiosensor for Real-Time Label-Free Detection of Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B
Chang-Hoon Chai, Paul Takhistov
2:10 PMLayer-by-Layer Electrostatic Assembly of Carbon Nanotube Based Glucose Sensors
Youdan Wang, Pratixa P. Joshi, David W. Schmidtke
2:30 PMThe Effect of Oxygen Transport and Fluid Flow within a Three-Dimensional Tissue Engineering Perfusion Bioreactor
Matthew H. M. Lim, Ajit Dash, Ta Chun Hang, Walker Inman, Karel Domansky, Linda Griffith

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