Biosensor Devices III

Monday, October 17, 2011: 3:15 PM
Ballroom A (Hilton Minneapolis)

Biosensors are finding increasing importance in applications ranging from medical diagnostics to homeland security. This session will 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, SAW or other novel devices are also welcome.

Topical 9: Sensors
Research and New Technology Committee (18j)

Patrick A. Johnson

Michael G. Benton

3:15 PM
(144a) Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation In Microfluidic Droplets for Monitoring Cell Growth
Irene Sinn, Paivo Kinnunen, Theodore Albertson, Brandon H. McNaughton, Mark A. Burns and Raoul Kopelman

3:30 PM
(144b) Handheld, Low-Cost Integrated CMOS Biomolecular Sensors
Stephen A. Chapman, Alex Pai and Ali Hajimiri

3:45 PM
(144c) In-Situ Analysis of Organics In Exhaled Breath Utilizing Acid Catalyst Membranes
Adam D. Worrall, Jonathan A. Bernstein and Anastasios Angelopoulos

4:45 PM
(144g) Single Molecule Detection of Nitric Oxide Enabled by d(AT)15 DNA Adsorbed to near Infrared Fluorescent Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Jingqing Zhang, Ardemis A. Boghossian, Paul W. Barone, Alina Rwei, Jong-Ho Kim, Dahua Lin, Daniel A. Heller, Andrew J. Hilmer, Nitish Nair, Nigel F. Reuel and Michael S. Strano
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