472 Biomaterials for Biosensing

Wednesday, October 31, 2012: 12:30 PM
Cambria West (Westin )
This session focuses on the development of biomaterials that are capable of sensing and responding to changes in the environment. This session broadly encompasses the design, synthesis, and characterization of polymers that detect and respond to environmental cues. Both experimental and theoretical work are welcome.


Hadley D. Sikes
Email: sikes@mit.edu

Shannon Servoss
Email: sservoss@uark.edu

12:48 PM
(472b) Molecular Recognition Using Nanotube-Adsorbed Polymer Interfaces
Jingqing Zhang, Paul W. Barone, Jong-Ho Kim, Shangchao Lin, Dahua Lin, Daniel A. Heller, Ardemis A. Boghossian, Andrew J. Hilmer, Alina Rwei, Allison Hinckley, Mia Shandell, Nitish Nair, Steven Blake, Fatih Sen, Selda Sen, Robert Croy, Deyu Li, Kyungsuk Yum, Jin-Ho Ahn, Nidhi Shrivastav, George W. Pratt, Ning Gao, Bin Mu, Zachary Ulissi, Hong Jin, John Essigmann, Daniel Blankschtein and Michael S. Strano

1:24 PM

2:00 PM
(472f) Graphene Paper Biosensor for Protein Detection
Caryn L. Heldt, Adrienne R. Minerick, Julia A King, Warren F. Perger, Hiroyuki Fukushima and Jeffri Narendra

2:18 PM
(472g) Bio-Based Redox Capacitor to Intercede in Microbe-Electrode Electron Flow
Eunkyoung Kim, Tanya Gordonov, Yi Liu, Yossef A. Elabd, Gregory F. Payne and William Bentley

2:36 PM
(472h) Extension of Multilayered Film Technology for Trans Endothelial Electrical Resistance Into Microfluidic Systems
William L. Mercke, Thomas D. Dziubla, Richard E. Eitel and Kimberly W. Anderson
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