The Third World Congress on Biosensors Abstracts - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781856172424, 9781483299358

The Third World Congress on Biosensors Abstracts

1st Edition

1-3 June 1994, New Orleans, USA

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eBook ISBN: 9781483299358
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 27th May 1994
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Biosensors 94: The Third World Congress on Biosensors Abstracts focuses on the progress in the field of biosensors, including immuno-absorbent 'catch' system, surface plasmon resonance, and chemiluminescence.

The selection first offers information on the development of a commercial multichannel clinical sensor chip; commercial development and application of biosensors; amperometric biosensors based on dehydrogenase/NAD and heterocyclic quinones; and enzyme-epoxy membrane based semi-automated glucose analyzing system. The text then takes a look at the orientation of antibody fragments to increase TIRF immunosensor efficiency and the development of latex-technology for specific DNA detection with surface plasmon resonance.

The book elaborates on gas-phase biosensor for the determination of ethanol vapor; novel electrochemical gas phase biosensors for the detection of phenolic vapors; and the development of an immuno-absorbent 'catch' system for the detection of pesticides and pesticide analogues. The book also ponders on the kinetics of binding of immobilized antibodies under nonequilibrium, flow conditions; flow injection thin-layer cell immunosensor with chemiluminescent detection of peroxidase label; and new optical fiber sensor for detecting chemiluminescence and its application to immunoassay.

The selection is a valuable source of data for researchers interested in biosensors.

Table of Contents


Part 1: Plenary Session - Wednesday 1 June Commercial Development & Application of Biosensors

Chapter 1. Biosensors in Diagnostics: Potential and Pitfalls

Chapter 2. Commercialisation of an Optical Sensor, lAsys for Analysis of Molecular Interactions: Trials, Tribulations and Triumphs

Chapter 3. Development of a Commercial Multichannel Clinical Sensor Chip

Chapter 4. Commercial Development and Application of Biosensors

Chapter 5. Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring

Symposium I: Oral Session - Wednesday 1 June 1994 Enzyme Based Sensors

Chapter 6. Amperometric Biosensors Based on Dehydrogenase/NAD and Heterocyclic Quinones

Chapter 7. Amperometric Glucose Sensor Based on Glucose Oxidase Immobilized on Conducting Organic Salt Electrode by Poly(o-Phenylenediamine) Film

Chapter 8. Mediator - Modified Enzyme Sensors for Nitrate and Nitrite

Chapter 9. Enzyme-Epoxy Membrane Based Semi-Automated Glucose Analyzing System

Chapter 10. Novel Biocomposites for Amperometric Sensing

Chapter 11. A Computerized Biosensor System with On-Line Calibration for Continuous ex vivo Measurements of Glucose and Lactate

Chapter 12. Analysis of Reduced Nicotinamide Coenzyme at Dye Modified Electrode by Electrocatalytic Oxidation

Chapter 13. High Sensitivity Amperometric Biosensor for Atmospheric Sulfur Dioxide Determination

Chapter 14. Organization of Monolayer Functionalized Enzyme Electrodes: Development of a Bilirubin Biosensor

Chapter 15. Immobilization of Enzymes at Biosensor Surfaces Using Spontaneous Self-Assembly Phenomena

Symposium II: Oral Session - Wednesday 1 June 1994 Affinity Sensors

Chapter 16. Electrochemiluminescent Sensing for the Investigation of the Binding Modes of Anticancer, Antiviral Agents

Chapter 17. Biosensors Based on Membrane Transport Proteins

Chapter 18. An Automized Heterogenous Immuno Analysis System for On Line Bioprocess Analysis

Chapter 19. Detection of Carcinogens via DNA Intercalation and Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Fluorimeter

Chapter 20. Orientation of Antibody Fragments to Inrease TIRF Immunosensor Efficiency



References

Chapter 21. Detection of Opiates by Continuous Flow Immunosensor

Chapter 22. Reagentless Fluorescence Sensors Produced by Protein Engineering

Chapter 23. Coating of Surface Plasmon Resonance Based Affinity Sensors with Immuno Activated Latex and Regeneration Strategies

Reference

Chapter 24. Interfacial Protein Studies at Silver and Chemically-Modified Silver Surfaces for Immunosensor Applications

Chapter 25. Development of Latex-Technology for Specific DNA Detection with Surface Plasmon Resonance



Introduction

Results

Conclusion

Symposium III: Oral Session - Wednesday 1 June 1994 Whole Cell-Based Sensors & General Aspects of Biosensors

Chapter 26. Detection of Whole-Cell Metabolic Rates with a Silicon Sensor

References

Chapter 27. Whole Cell Biosensing Based on Nonlinear Dielectricity

Chapter 28. Specific Bioluminescent Biosensors for the Detection of Bioavailable Heavy Metals

Chapter 29. Multiplexed Bioluminescence for Signal Transduction in Living-Cell Biosensors

Chapter 30. Development of Biosensors for Environmental Analysis

Chapter 31. Genetic Approach for the Construction of Sensing Components of Bioluminescent Sensor

Chapter 32. Bioluminescence-Based Sensor for the Detection of Pesticides

Chapter 33. Chlorophyll Fluorescence Biosensor for the Detection of Herbicides

Chapter 34. Multiparameter Single Cell Biosensor for Drug Screening

Chapter 35. Modelling of Membrane Biosensor Function and Performance

Part 2: Plenary Lecture Thursday 2 June

Chapter 36. Biosensors: A New Orleans Perspective

Part 3: Plenary Session - Thursday 2 June Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 37. Mediated Enzyme Electrodes 10 Years On

Chapter 38. Reagentless Oxidoreductase Sensors

Chapter 39. Neuronal Networks on Multielectrode Arrays

Chapter 40. Biosensors in Health Care for the 21st Century

Symposium I: Oral Session - Thursday 2 June 1994 Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 41. Amperometric Determination of Ammonium and Urea with Enzyme Based Probes

Chapter 42. Gas-Phase Biosensor for the Determination of Ethanol Vapor

Chapter 43. Development of Enzyme Sensors Based on the Enzyme Structure

Chapter 44. The Detection and Identification of Metal and Organic Pollutants in Potable Water Using Enzyme Based Sensors

Chapter 45. Covalent Electropolymerisation of Glucose Oxidase in Polypyrrole



References

Chapter 46. Novel Electrochemical Gas Phase Biosensors for the Detection of Phenolic Vapours

Chapter 47. Chemical Amplification Effect of L-Ascorbic Acid on Cholesterol Sensor Responses

Chapter 48. Multifunctional Arrays of Nanometer Electrodes in Biosensing Microsystems

Chapter 49. Production of a Prototype Lactate Sensor by Screen Printing

Chapter 50. Effect of the Inclusion of Additives to the Paste on the Long-Term Stability and Response of Enzyme Modified Carbon Paste Electrodes

Chapter 51. Amperometric Biosensor Based on Phenol Oxidase for Environmental Analysis of Phenols and Related Compounds

Symposium II: Oral Session - Thursday 2 June 1994 Affinity Sensors

Chapter 52. Affinity Sensing Using Ultracompact Waveguiding Films



References

Chapter 53. Theoretical and Experimental Detectivity of the RIFS-Transducer in Affinity-Sensing

Chapter 54. The Single Mode Tapered Optical Fibre Loop Immunosensor

Chapter 55. The Intimate Relation Between ISFETs and Proteins, Both Theoretically and in Practice

Chapter 56. New Results of the ISFET Based Heparin Sensor Using a Dynamical Measuring Method

Chapter 57. An ISFET-Based Immunosensor System for Toxin Analysis



Literature

Chapter 58. Development of Immunosensors Based on Impedance Measurements

Chapter 59. Development of an Immuno-Absorbent 'Catch' System for Detection of Pesticides and Pesticide Analogues

Chapter 60. Electrodynamic Surfaces - Key to a New Biosensing Technology

Part 4: Mini-Symposium Oral Session - Thursday 2 June 1994 Commercial Development & Application of Biosensors

Chapter 61. A Novel Self Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Chapter 62. The Measurement of the Artificial Sweetener Aspartame in Diet Cola Based Beverages with a Biosensor Based System

Chapter 63. Bioanalytical Applications of an Automated Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Immunosensor System

Chapter 64. A Thermal Biosensor Adapted for use in Fermentation Plants



References

Symposium III: Oral Session: Thursday 2 June 1994 Whole Cell-Based Sensors & General Aspects of Biosensors

Chapter 65. Batch Fabricated Amperometric Biosensors

Chapter 66. A Switched-Current, Digital Potentiostat for a Monolithic Biosensor

Chapter 67. Cellsors: Biosensors on Cryoimmobilized Cells

Chapter 68. Multi-Channel Systems for Pesticide Determination

Chapter 69. Optical Microscopy & Image Analysis in the Characterisation of Biosensors

Chapter 70. A Newly Designed Silicon-Based Biosensor for Biomedical Applications

Part 5: Plenary Session - Friday 3 June Affinity Sensors

Chapter 71. Immunosensors Based on Surface Plasmon Resonance

Chapter 72. Fluorescence Immunosensors Using Planar Waveguides

Chapter 73. Polymer Release Biosensors

Chapter 74. Recent Advances in Receptor and ssDNA-Based Biosensors

Chapter 75. Liquid Crystal Properties of DNA for Use in Biosensors

Chapter 76. Surface Analysis in Biosensor Design

Symposium I: Oral Session: Friday 3 June 1994 Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 77. Micro-Electrode Sensors for Investigation of the Role of Free Radicals in Cell Signalling and Neurodegenerative Disorders

Chapter 78. On Line Monitoring of Subcutaneous Tissue Glucose Concentration for Glucose Control in Diabetic Patients

Chapter 79. Ex Vivo and In Vivo Evaluation of Biosensors

Chapter 80. Continuous Registration of Peritoneal and Subcutaneous Glucose Content by a Combined Microdialyis/Enzymatic Glucose Measuring Device

Chapter 81. Electrodeposition of Enzymes on Miniature Electrodes

Chapter 52. A Micro Planar Amperometric Lactate Sensor using Differential Pulse Voltammetry

Chapter 83. Electrochemical Copolymerization of Modified Enzymes and Mediator-Substituted Redoxpolymers. Towards the Development of Reagentless and Miniaturizable Amperometric Biosensors

Chapter 84. A Chemically Modified GOD Sensor

Chapter 85. Coimmobilized Dehydrogenase-Coenzyme Systems for Biosensors

Chapter 86. Enzyme Electrodes for Analgetic Drugs

Chapter 87. Silicon Wafer Integrated Enzyme Reactors

Symposium II: Oral Session - Friday 3 June 1994 Affinity Sensors

Chapter 88. Redox Systems for Electrochemical Detection of Alkaline Phosphatase, Horseradish Peroxidase, β-Galactosidase, Glucose Oxidase, Choline Oxidase, and Acetylcholine Esterase

Chapter 89. Novel Amperometric Immunosensor for Procainamide Employing Light Activated Labels

Chapter 90. Amperometric Enzyme-Immunosensors for Protein and Hapten Monitoring

Chapter 91. Practical Immunosensors for Plasma Protein Monitoring

Chapter 92. Continous Liquid-Phase Piezoelectric Biosensor for Kinetic Immunoassays, Coupling Impedance and Gravimetric Measurements

Chapter 93. Environmental Measurements Using Surface Transverse Wave (STW) Biosensors

Chapter 94. A Sandwich Immunoassay for Cholera Anti-Toxin Based on a Piezoelectric Waveguide Incorporating Liquid Immersed Interdigitated Electrodes

Chapter 95. Feasibility of a Thermoelectric Whole Cell Immunobiosensor

Chapter 96. Pesticide Analysis by Flow Injection Immunoanalysis: A Comparison of Different Detection Methods (Photometry, Fluorimetry, Luminometry and Electrochemistry)

Chapter 97. Biosensor-Attached DNA and DNA in Solution Hybridize with the Similar Rate Constants

Symposium I: Oral Session: Friday 3 June 1994 Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 98. A Three Channel Fiber Optic Biosensor for the Simultaneous Analysis of pH, Urea and Penicillin G

Chapter 99. Optical Biosensors Based on Enzyme-Substrate Complex Formation

Chapter 100. Light Activated Enzyme Switch for Use in a Biosensor

Chapter 101. Biosensors Based on Thermal Transducers

Chapter 102. Whole Blood Measurements with Thermal Micro-Biosensors



References

Chapter 103. Array of Individually Addressable Microelectrodes as Transducer for Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 104. Printing Processes for the Manufacture of Biosensors

References

Chapter 105. Development of Screen Printed Biosensors for Process Monitoring

Chapter 106. Glucose Sensor Manufactured by Printing Technique

Chapter 107. Membrane Technology for Microfabricated Conductimetric Biosensors

Chapter 108. Measurements of Creatinine in Physiological Samples by Means of Enzymatic Biosensors: Comparison of the Microcalorimetric and Amperometric Approaches



References

Part 6: Poster Session: Commercial Development & Application of Biosensors

Chapter 109. 1.0 Screen Printed Solid State Contact Biosensors for the Determination of Urea in Undiluted Biological Samples

Chapter 110. 1.1 A Novel Amperometric Glucose Biosensor - Boehringer Mannheim's AccuChek(R) AdvantageTM Biosensor

Chapter 111. 1.2 Feasibility of a L-(+)-Lactate Disposable Dry Chemistry Sensor

Chapter 112. 1.3 Precision and Accuracy of the Accu-Chek (R) Advantage TM Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Chapter 113. 1.4 A Glycerol Biosensor

Chapter 114. 1.5 A Biosensor for Hematocrit Determination

Chapter 115. 1.6 Enzyme Based Analytical Systems - New Fields of Diagnostic Interest

Chapter 116. 1.7 A Biosensor for Simultaneously Determining The L-Glutamate and Glucose in The Fermentation Process

Chapter 117. 1.8 A Prototype of Multi-Enzymatic Sensors for Sucrose Determination

Part 7 Poster Session: Enzyme-Based Sensors

Chapter 118. 2.0 Application of Ferrocene Modified Polyaniline Films in the Construction of Amperometric Biosensors

Chapter 119. 2.1 Preparation of Carbon Paste Electrode Based on Polyethylene Glycol-Modified Glucose Oxidase, Peroxidase and Mediator

Chapter 120. 2.2 Electrochemical Biosensors Based on Reductases



References

Chapter 121. 2.3 On-Line Monitoring of Glucose, Glutamate and Glutamine During Mammalian Cell Cultivations

Chapter 122. 2.4 Glucose Oxidase Mediation by Soluble and Immobilized Electroactive Detergents

Chapter 123. 2.5 Tetrathiafulvalene Modified Electrode for Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Ascorbic Acid

Chapter 124. 2.6 Amperometric Glutamate Sensor Based on L-Glutamate Oxidase and Its FIA System for Fermentation Process Monitoring

Chapter 125. 2.7 Electrochemically Polymerized Tryptophan as an Electrode Modifier

Chapter 126. 2.8 An Amperometric Glucose Biosensor Based on Glucose Oxidase Immobilised in Chemically Generated Polypyrrole

References

Chapter 127. 2.9 Pyruvate Oxidase Based Mono- and Multienzyme Sensors for Pyruvate Determination and for ADP Determination Using Analyte Recycling

Chapter 128. 2.10 New Measurement Domains for Bioelectrochemical Sensors: Operation in Non-Polar Solvents

Chapter 129. 2.11 Electrochemical Biosensors for the Determination of L-Carnitine and Short Chain L-Acylcarnitines

Chapter 130. 2.12 Highly Sensitive Determination of Trace Cell Population Using Immobilized Tyrosinase Electrode, Based on the Amplified Detection of Catechol Produced by Bacteria



References

Chapter 131. 2.13 Whole Blood Glucose Determination Using Glucose Oxidase Immoblized on Cotton Cheese Cloth

Chapter 132. 2.14 Construction of Sensor Chips by Electrochemical Polymerization Techniques for Sucrose Determination

Chapter 133. 2.15 Miniaturized Thin Film Glutamate and Glutamine Biosensors

Chapter 134. 2.16 Carbon-Polymer Biocomposites for Amperometric Sensing

Chapter 135. 2.17 Determination of L-Ascorbic Acid in Serum with Immobilized Ascorbate Oxidase Reactor

Chapter 136. 2.18 Immobilized Enzyme Chemically Modified Electrode as Amperometric Sensor for the Oxidized form of Glutathione

Chapter 137. 2.19 Amperometric Biosensor for the Determination of Phenols Using a Crude Extract of Yam (Alocasia Macrorhiza)

Chapter 138. 2.20 Amperometric Detection of Histamine at a Quinoprotein Dehydrogenase Enzyme Electrode



References

Chapter 139. 2.21 Reactivation of an Acetylcholinesterase Biosensing System by 2-PAM and Buffered Solutions

Chapter 140. 2.22 The Characterization of Liposomal Biosensors

Chapter 141. 2.23 Pyranose Oxidase and Alcohol Oxidase Based Amperometric Biosensors for Fermentation Monitoring

Chapter 142. 2.24 Amperometric Biosensors Based on Dehydrogenases in Carbon Paste

Chapter 143. 2.25 An Amperometric Electrode Based on Carbon Paste, Chemically Modified with D-Lactate Dehydrogenase, NAD+ and Mediator Containing Polymer for D-Lactic Acid Analysis



Reference

Chapter 144. 2.26 Amperometric Biosensor for Tyramine Determination Based on Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Monoamine Oxidase

Chapter 145. 2.27 Ferrocene-Containing Polymers as Electron Transfer Mediators in Carbon Paste Electrodes Modified with PQQ-Dependent Aldose Dehydrogenase

References

Chapter 146. 2.28 Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) for Determination of Sucrose using GOD and Invertase Immobilised on Glass Beads



References

Chapter 147. 2.29 Application of Biosensor for On-Line Monitoring Galactose

Chapter 148. 2.30 Amperometric Enzyme Sensor for Essential Fatty Aicds

Chapter 149. 2.31 Bienzyme Amperometric Biosensor Using Oxidase, Horse Radish Peroxidase and Polymeric Redox Mediators

Chapter 150. 2.32 A Comparative Study on NADH Catalysis by Phenoxazines and Phenothiazines on Different Surfaces and Glucose Sensor Optimization

Chapter 151. 2.33 Amperiometric Triglyceride Biosensor

Chapter 152. 2.34 Biosensor Development for Environmental Analysis of Phenols and Related Pollutants

Chapter 153. 2.35 Tyrosinase Based Detection Units for the Selective Determination of Phenolic Compounds

Chapter 154. 2.36 A Hypoxanthine Biosensor for Estimation of The Postmortem Interval

Chapter 155. 2.37 Study on Determination of Urea-Nitrogen and Lactate in Clinical Chemistry and Physical Training

Chapter 156. 2.38 Soluble and Enzyme-Bound Ferrocenylmethylamine as an Effective Electron Transfer Mediator for Glucose Oxidase

Chapter 157. 2.39 Amperometric Phosphate Biosensor Based on Coupled Reaction of Acidic Phosphatase and Pyruvate Oxidase

Chapter 158. 2.40 Development of an On-Line Glucose Analyzer for Bioprocess Monitoring

Chapter 159. 2.41 Study on the GOD Electrode with Resistance to Alcohol

Chapter 160. 2.42 Micromachined Glucose Sensor

Chapter 161. 2.43 Multipurpose Flow-Injection Analytical Systems Based on Immobilized Enzymes and Cells

Chapter 162. 2.44 Use of the Principle of Substrate Parallel Splitting in Flow-Injection Biosensors

Chapter 163. 2.45 Bacterial Uratoxidase-Based Biosensor for Uric Acid Determination

Chapter 164. 2.46 Covalent Binding of Glucose Oxidase to Conducting Poly(o-Amino Benzoic Acid)

Chapter 165. 2.47 Elimination of the Oxygen Dependence of a Pulsed Amperometric Glucose Sensor

Chapter 166. 2.48 Investigations of Biological Electron Transport at Gold Nanostructures

Chapter 167. 2.49 Development of a Glucose Biosensor Using Semiconducting Amorphous Carbons

Chapter 168. 2.50 Development of FIA Biosensor System for the Determination of Starch in Flour

Chapter 168. 2.51 Miniaturized Enzyme Sensors for Glucose Monitoring in Diabetic Patients

Chapter 169. 2.52 Integrated Implantable Device for Long-Term Glucose Monitoring

Chapter 170. 2.53 Microbiosensors with Improved Performance

Chapter 171. 2.54 Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide and Organic Peroxides in Flow Injection Based on Peroxidase Modified Carbon Fiber Microelectrodes

References

Chapter 172. 2.55 Tetracyanoquinodimethane Mediated Glucose Sensor Based on Self-Assembling Alkanethiol/Phospholipid Bilayer

Chapter 173. 2.56 ENFETs and Conductometric Biosensors with Additional Membranes: Reduction of Influence of Buffer Capacity on the Sensor Response and Extension of its Dynamic Range

Chapter 174. 2.57 A Potentiometric Biosensor with an Enzyme Membrane Prepared Directly at the Surface of Ion-Selective Electrode

Chapter 175. 2.58 Urea Automated Biosensing Analytical System for On-Line Monitoring of Haemodialysis Processes

Chapter 176. 2.59 Potentiometric Biosensor for Pesticides based on Thiocholine-Hexacyanoferrate (III) Reaction

Chapter 177. 2.60 New Biosensor Based on Perovskite Electrode and Ammonia Release Enzymes

Chapter 178. 2.61 Flow-Injection Analysis of L-Glutamine and Ammonia - A New Approach with Gas Diffusion and Detection by ISFET Technology

Chapter 179. 2.62 Determination of Diethyl p-Nitrophenyl Phosphate with pH Sensitive FET and Cholinesterase Disposable Membrane

Chapter 180. 2.63 Potentiometric Biosensor in Double Matrix Membrane Technology

Chapter 182. 2.64 Potentiometric Butyrylcholine Sensor for Organophosphate Pesticides

Chapter 183. 2.65 Polymer-Modified RuO2 Electrode: Studies Towards a Disposable Urea Sensor

Chapter 184. 2.66 Design and Fabrication of a Glucose Sensing Needle for in Vivo Studies

Chapter 185. 2.67 Development Application of a New Type of Enzyme Sensor Based on lonselective MOS-Capacitance Structures

Chapter 186. 2.68 A Novel Multichannel Flow-Injection System and its Application to Animal Cell Culture Monitoring

Chapter 187. 2.69 A Fiber Optic Enzyme Sensor for the Determination of Urea in Serum Samples

Chapter 188. 2.70 The Measurement of Glucose using Simultaneous Fluorescence Quenching of Two Indicators

Chapter 189. 2.71 Biosensors on the Basis of Luminescence Lifetime Based Oxygen Sensor

Chapter 190. 2.72 Flow Injection Biosensing of Urea in Alcohol Drinks using an Acid Urease Column

Chapter 191. 2.73 improved Immobilization of Glucose Oxidase on Silica Surfaces

Chapter 192. 2.74 Numerical Simulation of Membranized Enzyme Sensors

Chapter 193. 2.75 Use of Mathematical Models to Desribe Dynamic Behaviour of Potentiometric Biosensors: Comparison of Deterministic and Empirical Approaches to an Urea Biosensor Flow-Through/Biosensor

Chapter 194. 2.76 Stationary Kinetics of the Functioning of Amperometric Bienzyme Sensors Fulfilling Cyclic Conversions of Substrate

Chapter 195. 2.77 A Sterilization Method for Enzymatic Biosensors

Chapter 196. 2.78 Enzymatic Biosensor for the Detection of Pesticides Based on Silicon Technology

Chapter 197. 2.79 Biosensors for Characterization and Correction of Thrombosis and Hemostasis. Assay of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, Precursors of Prostanoids

Chapter 198. 2.80 The Bifunctional Polymeric Reagents Based on Immobilized Cholinesterases and their Reactivators as Piezoelectric Coating for Detection of the Organophosphorus Compounds

Chapter 199. 2.81 Electrochemically Assisted Biosensors

Chapter 200. 2.82 Enzyme-Based Sensor for On-Line Monitoring of Penicillin-V During its Production by Fermentation

Chapter 201. 2.83 Hypoglycaemia Detection by Ulm Sugar Watch System Indicating On-Line s.c. Glucose in Type-1 Diabetic Patients Under Intensive Insulin Therapy

Part 8: Poster Session: Affinity Sensors (Including Receptor-Based Systems)

Chapter 202. 3.0 Factors Affecting the Sensitivity of Fluorescence Energy Transfer-Based Biosensors: A Theoretical Analysis

Chapter 203. 3.1 Experimental Methodologies in the Evaluation of Detection Capabilities of a Fiber Optic TIRF Immunosensor

References

Chapter 204. 3.2 Antibody-Based Biosensor Development

Chapter 205. 3.3 Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Immunosensor for the Determination of Lactate Dehydrogenase in Serum Samples

Chapter 206. 3.4 Evanescent Detection of Antigens Using Ultrathin Antibody Networks and Diode Lasers

Chapter 207. 3.5 Multicomponent Evanescent Biosensor Using Multiplex Dyes

Chapter 208. 3.6 Fiber Optic Biosensor Utilizing Fluorescence Excitation by a Near Infrared Laser Diode

Chapter 209. 3.7 Receptor-Based Biosensing of Benzodiazepine Drugs Using Time-Resolved Fluorometry

Chapter 210. 3.8 Sol-Gel Glasses as New Waveguides for Optical Biosensors

Chapter 211. 3.9 Affinity Measurements of Biological Materials using BIAcore: Application to Biosensor Development

Chapter 212. 3.10 Sensing of Herbicide Residues using Surface Plasmon Resonance Technique

Chapter 213. 3.11 A New Optical Fiber Sensor For Detecting Chemiluminescence and its Application to Immunoassay

Chapter 214. 3.12 Haemoglobin as Receptor Element for a Gas-Phase HCN Biosensor

Chapter 215. 3.13 Novel Fiber Optic Evanescent Wave Sensor for Pollutants and Food Contaminants

Chapter 216. 3.14 Receptor Based Fiberoptic Biosensor

Chapter 217. 3.15 Flow Injection Thin-Layer Cell Immunosensor with Chemiluminescent Detection of Peroxidase Label

Chapter 218. 3.16 Modification of Glass Type Surfaces for Direct Immunosensing

Chapter 219. 3.17 A Comparative Study of Immobiiization Techniques for Optical Immunosensors

Chapter 220. 3.18 Neuron-Mimetic Molecular Sensor

Chapter 221. 3.19 A Multi-Analyte Optical Sensor

Chapter 222. 3.20 Kinetics of Binding of Immobilized Antibodies under Nonequilibrium, Flow Conditions

Chapter 223. 3.21 Herbicide Detection using Reaction Centers Integrated into Liposomes Binding to Grating Couplers

Chapter 224. 3.22 A Novel Electrochemical Assay System

Chapter 225. 3.23 Low-Level Electrochemical Detection of Glucose Oxidase

Chapter 226. 3.24 A Conducting Polymer-Based Amperometric Immunosensor

References

Chapter 227. 3.25 Multianalyte Biosensors Employing a Photoactive Ligand for Immobilisation

Chapter 228. 3.26 A Rapid and Sensitive Biosensor for the Detection ofBiological Agents Using Disposable Electrodes

Chapter 229. 3.27 Sensitive Detection of Cocaine by Combining Conjugate Displacement and a LOD/LDH-Substrate-Recycling-Sensor

Chapter 230. 3.28 Amperometric Enzyme Immunoassay of Pesticides

Chapter 231. 3.29 Enzyme -Immuno Iodine - Electrode Assay for Testosterone in Human Plasma using Penicillinase as Label

Chapter 232. 3.30 Characterization and Enzymatic Application of a Redox Potential Biosensor Based on a Silicon Transducer

Chapter 233. 3.31 Electrochemical Immunosensor for Determination of Pesticide 2.4 -Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid

Chapter 234. 3.32 The Advanced Potentiometric Immunosensor

Chapter 235. 3.33 Investigation of the Selectivity of Receptor and Immuno Electrodes to Morphine

Chapter 236. 3.34 Utilisation of a Mixed Self-Assembled Monolayer in an Impedimetric Immunosensor

Chapter 237. 3.35 Dielectric Deposition Specific Binding Assay

Chapter 238. 3.36 Practical Applications of New Conducting Electroimmunological Polymer Sensors

Chapter 239. 3.37 Development of Conductivity-Based Immunosensor for Sensitive Detection of Methamphetamine in Human Urine

Chapter 239. 3.38 Application of Synthetic Peptide-Based PZ-Immuno Probes to Detect Antibodies Against HIV

Chapter 240. 3.39 Detection of Microbial Cells by Utilising the Acoustic Love Waveguide Device

References

Chapter 241. 3.40 Olfactory Sensor: QCM Array for Detecting Liquor, Methanol and Ethanol

Chapter 242. 3.41 Immunosensing with Commercially Available Low-Loss Surface Acoustic Wave Devices

Chapter 243. 3.42 Piezoelectric Crystal Biosensor for the Determination of Organophosphorus Pesticide

Chapter 244. 3.43 Piezoelectric Immunosensors for Serological Applications



Literature

Chapter 245. 3.44 Piezoelectric Biosensor for Contamination Analysis of Food

Chapter 246. 3.45 Quartz Crystal Immunosensors for Multisample Detection of Herbicides

Chapter 247. 3.46 Longitudinal Acoustic Wave Mode Waveguide Sensors

Chapter 248. 3.47 Activating Inorganic Carriers by Silanization for Piezoelectric Crystal Immunobiosensor Applications

Chapter 249. 3.48 Qunatitative Analysis of Metribuzin Residues in Soil Samples by Flow Injection Immunoanalysis

Chapter 250. 3.49 Immunosensors for Pesticide Determination - Comparison of Optical and Electrochemical Approaches

Chapter 251. 3.50 An Immuno Array for the Determination of Triazine Herbicides by Means of Pattern Recognition

Chapter 252. 3.51 Genetric Engineering for ELISA-Type Mercuric Ion Detection

Chapter 253. 3.52 Antigen-Antibody Binding Kinetics for Biosensor Applications: An Analysis Using the Nyikos-Pajkossy Equation for Diffusion Towards Fractal Surfaces

Part 9: Poster Session: Whole Cell-Based Sensors and General Aspects of Biosensors

Chapter 254. 4.0 Characteristics of an FET and Gluconobacter Oxydans Based Microbial, Electrode for Xylose Assay

Chapter 255. 4.1 Poly-Binaphthyl-20 Crown-6 as Receptor Based Molecule Selective Potentiometric Electrodes for Molecules Containing 1,2-Dihydroxybenzene Moieties

Chapter 256. 4.2 Comparison Between a LAPS- and a FET-Based Potentiometric Cell Biosensor

Chapter 257. 4.3 Biosensor to Detect Organophosphorus Insecticides

Chapter 258. 4.4 The Bacterial Sensor for Antibiotic Determination

Chapter 289. 4.5 Amperometric Mediated Biosensor with Intact Cyanobacteria for Environmental Monitoring

Chapter 259. 4.6 Detection of Herbicides Using Chloroplasts Immobilized in Polyvinyl Alcohol

Chapter 260. 4.7 Slime Molds - Novel Biosensor Elements for Real-Time Environmental Monitoring

Chapter 261. 4.8 Application of H2O2-Sensing Plant Tissue Electrodes for the Quick Assessment of Meat Freshness

Chapter 262. 4.9 Development of a Needle-Type Biosensor for the Traditional Chinese Medical Acupuncture Therapy and the Assay of Dopamine

Chapter 263. 4.10 A Novel Multipe Plant Tissue Biosensor for Neurotransmitters Detection

Chapter 264. 4.11 Flow-Injection Biosensor for L-Proline Determination Based on Immobilized Microbial Cells

Chapter 265. 4.12 Electrooxidation and Determination of Several Cephalosporin Antibiotics at Carbon Paste Electrode and Modified Carbon Paste Electrodes in Both Aqueous and Biological Media

Chapter 266. 4.13 Yeast Microbial-Sensor for Toxic Waste Determination

Chapter 267. 4.14 Voltammetric in Vivo Detection of a Cholecystokinin-Like Signal by Means of Carbon Based Micro Biosensors

Chapter 268. 4.15 Quantitation of Paranitrophenol with Help of Microbial Cells

References

Chapter 269. 4.16 The Physiocontrol Microsystem

Chapter 270. 4.17 Development and Characterization of Cellular Biosensors

Chapter 271. 4.18 Development of a Bioluminescence Test for the Specific Detection of DNA Synthesis Inhibitors and SOS Inducers

Chapter 272. 4.19 Bioluminescent Detection of Food-Stuff "Freshness"

Chapter 273. 4.20 Escherichia coli as Biosensor for Chromogenic Mercuric Ion Detection

Chapter 274. 4.21 Biosensor System Based on Atomic Force Microscopy

Chapter 275. 4.22 Characterisation of Interdigital Array Electrodes of Different Geometries

Chapter 276. 4.23 Coupling Electrochemical and Enzymatic Reactions for Controlled Drug Release

Chapter 277. 4.24 Toxicity Sensing Using a Hepatocyte Pattern Formed on a Photolithographic Plate

Chapter 278. 4.25 Photo-Electrochemical Cell Utilizing Bacteriorhodopsin Immobilized onto a Thin-Film Lattice Fabricated by Micromachining Techniques

Chapter 279. 4.26 An Advanced Sensor for Environmental Monitoring

Chapter 280. 4.27 Dry Etching Techniques for Neural Interface Fabrication

Chapter 281. 4.28 Development of Polymer/Carbon Sensor Material

Chapter 282. 4.29 Integrated Optics Biocompatibility Sensors

Chapter 283. 4.30 A Technical Approach to Bioelectronic Circuits at Cellular Scale

Chapter 284. 4.31 Anionic Biopolymers as Blood Flow Sensors

Chapter 285. 4.32 Crystallographic Studies of Deposited Lipid Films

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348
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 1994
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Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9781483299358

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