Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Plaza B (Hilton San Francisco)
#261 - (22b) Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology for Sensors III (T8021)
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
3:15 PMDetection of Viruses by Nanoscale Spm-Based Ac Impedance Spectroscopy
Sang-Yup Lee, Robert MacCuspie, Hiroshi Matsui
3:34 PMNanoparticle Assemblies: Optical and Electrical Properties and Their Biomedical Sensing and Imaging Applications
Jaebeom Lee, Nicholas A. Kotov, Alexander O. Govorov
3:53 PMEvanescent Field Response to Patterned Features on a Planar Waveguide Biosensor
Matthew D. Stephens, David S. Dandy, Kevin L. Lear, Guangwei Yuan, Jonathan K. Gerding, Alan Van Orden, Charles S. Henry, Xinya He
4:12 PMBiocompatible, Fluorescence Enhancing Solvents for Sensitive Fluorophore Mediated Biosensor and Observation of Protein Conformation Change by Atomic Force Microscopy
Kyung K. Kang, Bin Hong
4:31 PMImmunosensing Arrays Based on Air-Stable Tethered Lipid Membrane Mimics and Ligand-Gated Ion Channels
Luis G. Casc„o-Pereira, Mark Gebert, William Throndset, Matt Flynn, Meredith Fujdala, Vicky Huynh, Jim Kellis, Todd Becker
4:50 PMElectrochemical Platform for Impedimetric Immunosensors
Chang-Hoon Chai, Paul Takhistov
5:09 PMSynthesis and Ft-Irras Characterization of Ir-Active Bionanomaterias from Fourth Generation Polyamidoamine Dendrimer
Zheng Liu, Ping Yang
5:27 PMElectrochemically and Chemically Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Network for Gas Sensing
Ting Zhang, Syed Mubeen, Megan B. Nix, Nosang V. Myung, Marc A. Deshusses

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