570 Biosensors, Biodiagnosis and Bioprocess Monitoring

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Continental 7 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session will address biosensors, bioprocess monitoring, high-throughput analysis, bioimaging and diagnostics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, development and application of novel biosensors and biosensor devices, use of novel analytical methods for bioprocess monitoring and control, study of bioprocesses through detection of biological analytes from complex samples, rapid or high-throughput approaches for biomolecular analysis and detection, molecular imaging, contrast agents, biocolloids, targeted imaging probes, biomarkers, disease receptors, and medical image processing and data analysis.


Tamara L. Kinzer-Ursem
Email: tursem@purdue.edu

Wen Wang
Email: wwen@mit.edu

3:33 PM
(570b) Population-Based Detection of Cell Penetrating Peptide Uptake in a Microfluidic Droplet Trapping Array
Nora Safabakhsh, Seleipiri Charles, Manibarathi Vaithiyanathan, Riad Elkhanoufi and Adam Melvin

4:09 PM
(570d) Nanopore-Based Sequence-Specific Nucleic Acid Detection at 1aM
Bonhye Koo, Allison M. Yorita, Jacob Schmidt and Harold G. Monbouquette

4:27 PM
(570e) An Integrated Microfluidic System Enabling Real-Time Autonomous Field Surveillance for Vector-Borne Pathogens
Robert J. Meagher, Cameron S. Ball, Aashish Priye, Ron Renzi, Yooli Light, Jaideep Ray, Jonathan Helm, Stephen Mueller, Mark Claudnic, Cody Steiner, Sarah Wheeler and Lark L. Coffey

4:45 PM
(570f) Capture and Concentration of Pathogens in Chaotic Flows
Grissel Trujillo-de Santiago, Gyan Prakash, Antea Risso, Pamela Inés Sánchez Rellstab, Claudia del Toro Runzer, Ricardo Hernández Medina, Mario M. Alvarez and Ali Khademhosseini
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