Thursday, November 20, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Room 113-C (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Topical 9: Sensors (T9)

#630 - Biosensors I: Cancer and Biotoxin Detection (T9003)
Biosensors are finding increasing importance in applications ranging from medical diagnostics to homeland security. This multi-session set will specifically focus on but is not limited to cancer and biotoxin detection, optical methods of detection and implantable sensors for preclinical and clinical applications. Papers on microarrays, fiber optic, SAW or other novel devices are welcome.
Chair:Kyung A. Kang
CoChair:Raj Mutharasan
12:30 PMDetection of a Prostate Cancer Biomarker (AMACR) In Voided Urine Samples Using Piezoelectric-Excited Millimeter-Sized (PEMC) Cantilever Sensors
David Maraldo, Fernando Garcia, Raj Mutharasan
12:50 PMDevelopment of Lateral-Flow Immunochromatography Detection of Avian Influenza
Jui-Chuang Wu, Huang-Chin Yang
1:10 PMNovel Design of Fluorophore-Nanoparticle Complex for Highly Specific Cancer Locator
Kyung A. Kang, Jianting Wang, Michael H. Nantz, Samuel Achilefu
1:30 PMChemically Amplified Toxic Signature (CATS) Detection of a Toxic Sulfur Simulant
Chelsea N. Monty, Nicolas Londoņo, Ilwhan Oh, Richard Masel
1:50 PMToxins and Pollutants Detection on Biosensor Surfaces
P. Archer Davis, Ifejesu A. Eni-olorunda, Ajit Sadana

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