ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 134, 1



Date: 28 August 2008


1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
General Section
2. Nucleic acid sensor and fluid handling for detection of bacterial pathogens
Pages 1-8
Andrew T. Csordas, Michael J. Delwiche and Jeri D. Barak
3. Automatic detection of Salmonella enterica in sprout irrigation water using a nucleic acid sensor
Pages 9-17
Andrew T. Csordas, Michael J. Delwiche and Jeri D. Barak
4. Environmentally friendly disposable sensors with microfabricated on-chip planar bismuth electrode for in situ heavy metal ions measurement
Pages 18-24
Zhiwei Zou, Am Jang, Eric MacKnight, Pei-Ming Wu, Jaephil Do, Paul L. Bishop and Chong H. Ahn
5. Solid-state potentiometric SO2 sensor combining NASICON with V2O5-doped TiO2 electrode
Pages 25-30
Xishuang Liang, Tiegang Zhong, Baofu Quan, Biao Wang and Hesong Guan
6. One-step fabrication of a polyaniline nanofiber vapor sensor
Pages 31-35
Zhe-Fei Li, Frank D. Blum, Massimo F. Bertino, Chang-Soo Kim and Sunil K. Pillalamarri
7. Electrical response of Sm2O3-doped SnO2 to C2H2 and effect of humidity interference
Pages 36-42
Qi Qi, Tong Zhang, Xuejun Zheng, Huitao Fan, Li Liu, Rui Wang and Yi Zeng
8. Identification of different alcoholic beverages by electronic nose coupled to GC
Pages 43-48
J.A. Ragazzo-Sanchez, P. Chalier, D. Chevalier, M. Calderon-Santoyo and C. Ghommidh
9. Assembly of Cu nanoparticles in a polyacrylamide grafted poly(vinyl alcohol) copolymer matrix and vapor-induced response
Pages 49-56
Qing-Bo Wei, Yan-Ling Luo, Chang-Hu Zhang, Li-Hua Fan and Ya-Shao Chen
10. Highly sensitive SnO2 thin film with low operating temperature prepared by sol–gel technique
Pages 57-61
Gong Shuping, Xia Jing, Liu Jianqiao and Zhou Dongxiang
11. La0.5Sr0.5CoO3−δ nanotubes sensor for room temperature detection of ammonia
Pages 62-65
Wei Liu, Sheng Wang, Yu Chen, Guojia Fang, Meiya Li and Xing-zhong Zhao
12. 3D-quantification of biomolecular covers using surface plasmon-polariton resonance experiment
Pages 66-71
V. Chegel, Yu. Chegel, M.D. Guiver, A. Lopatynskyi, O. Lopatynska and V. Lozovski
13. Mixed self-assembled lipopolymers with spacer lipids enhancing sensitivity of lipid-derivative QCMs for odor sensors
Pages 72-78
Bartosz Wyszynski, Pakpum Somboon and Takamichi Nakamoto
14. Manipulation of ZnO nanostructures using dielectrophoretic effect
Pages 79-88
Kewei Jiang, Weijing Liu, Lijuan Wan and Jian Zhang
15. Bacterial sensors based on chitosan matrices
Pages 89-94
Dilek Odaci, Suna Timur and Azmi Telefoncu
16. Conductimetric immunosensor for atrazine detection based on antibodies labelled with gold nanoparticles
Pages 95-103
Enrique Valera, Javier Ramón-Azcón, F.-J. Sanchez, M.-P. Marco and Ángel Rodríguez
17. Wireless electronic nose system for real-time quantitative analysis of gas mixtures using micro-gas sensor array and neuro-fuzzy network
Pages 104-111
Jung Hwan Cho, Young Woung Kim, Kyung Jin Na and Gi Joon Jeon
18. Impedance spectroscopy on immobilized streptavidin horseradish peroxidase layer for biosensing
Pages 112-116
C. Esseghaier, Y. Bergaoui, H. ben Fredj, A. Tlili, S. Helali, S. Ameur and A. Abdelghani
19. H2 sensing characteristics of highly textured Pd-doped SnO2 thin films
Pages 117-121
Yun-Hyuk Choi, Myung Yang and Seong-Hyeon Hong
20. Enhanced conductivity of aligned PANi/PEO/MWNT nanofibers by electrospinning
Pages 122-126
Min Kyoon Shin, Yu Jin Kim, Sun I. Kim, Sung-Kyoung Kim, Haiwon Lee, Geoffrey M. Spinks and Seon Jeong Kim
21. Characterization of the electrophoretic mobility of gold nanoparticles with different sizes using the nanoporous alumina membrane system
Pages 127-132
Hong Yuan, Pui-Sze Cheow, Janice Ong and Chee-Seng Toh
22. Au-doped WO3-based sensor for NO2 detection at low operating temperature
Pages 133-139
Huijuan Xia, Yan Wang, Fanhong Kong, Shurong Wang, Baolin Zhu, Xianzhi Guo, Jun Zhang, Yanmei Wang and Shihua Wu
23. Potentiometric urea biosensor based on BSA embedded surface modified polypyrrole film
Pages 140-145
Tarushee Ahuja, Irfan Ahmad Mir, Devendra Kumar and Rajesh
24. Multiplexed spectral coding for simultaneous detection of DNA hybridization reactions based on FRET
Pages 146-157
Letícia Giestas, Guilherme N.M. Ferreira, Pedro V. Baptista and João Carlos Lima
25. A micromachined microcalorimeter with split-flow microchannel for biochemical sensing applications
Pages 158-165
Seung-Il Yoon, Se-Chul Park and Yong-Jun Kim
26. Selective acetone sensor based on dumbbell-like ZnO with rapid response and recovery
Pages 166-170
Qi Qi, Tong Zhang, Li Liu, Xuejun Zheng, Qingjiang Yu, Yi Zeng and Haibin Yang
27. Zeolite based trace humidity sensor for high temperature applications in hydrogen atmosphere
Pages 171-174
Stefan Neumeier, Thomas Echterhof, Ralf Bölling, Herbert Pfeifer and Ulrich Simon
28. A novel microbial biosensor based on Circinella sp. modified carbon paste electrode and its voltammetric application
Pages 175-181
Şenol Alpat, Sibel Kılınç Alpat, Bilge Hilal Çadırcı, İhsan Yaşa and Azmi Telefoncu
29. Direct electrochemistry and electrocatalysis with horseradish peroxidase immobilized in polyquaternium-manganese oxide nanosheet nanocomposite films
Pages 182-188
Xiushuang Yang, Xu Chen, Xiong Zhang, Wensheng Yang and David G. Evans
30. Binary monolayers of single-stranded oligonucleotides and blocking agent for hybridisation
Pages 189-192
Inger Vikholm-Lundin and Reetta Piskonen
31. A localized surface plasmon resonance nanosensor based on rhombic Ag nanoparticle array
Pages 193-198
Shaoli Zhu, Fei Li, Chunlei Du and Yongqi Fu
32. Automatic optimization of experimental conditions for fast evaluation of diagnostic tests using ubiquitous instrumentation
Pages 199-205
R. Bjorklund, D. Filippini and I. Lundström
33. A device for skin moisture and environment humidity detection
Pages 206-212
Ting-Hsiang Huang, Jung-Chuan Chou, Tai-Ping Sun and Shen-Kan Hsiung
34. Application of m-CNTs/NaClO4/Ppy to a fast response, room working temperature ethanol sensor
Pages 213-218
Ren-Jang Wu, Yu-Ching Huang, Ming-Ru Yu, Tzu Hsuan Lin and Shih-Lin Hung
35. Gastric-fluid-utilizing micro battery for micro medical devices
Pages 219-224
Hikaru Jimbo and Norihisa Miki
36. A shear horizontal surface acoustic wave sensor for the detection of antigen–antibody reactions for medical diagnosis
Pages 225-229
S. Rupp, M. von Schickfus, S. Hunklinger, H. Eipel, A. Priebe, D. Enders and A. Pucci
37. Water activated ionic conduction in cross-linked polyelectrolytes
Pages 230-233
N. Camaioni, G. Casalbore-Miceli, Y. Li, M.J. Yang and A. Zanelli
38. Low-cost colorimetric sensor for the quantitative detection of gaseous hydrogen sulfide
Pages 234-237
Avijit Sen, Jeffrey D. Albarella, James R. Carey, Patrick Kim and William B. McNamara III
39. Single quantum dot-micelles coated with gemini surfactant for selective recognition of a cation and an anion in aqueous solutions
Pages 238-244
Haibing Li and Xiaoqiong Wang
40. Characterization and analytical validation of a microcantilever-based sensor for the determination of total carbonate in soil samples
Pages 245-251
M.R. Plata, J. Hernando, M. Zougagh, A.M. Contento, M.J. Villaseñor, J.L. Sánchez-Rojas and A. Ríos
41. Study on the odor classification in dynamical concentration robust against humidity and temperature changes
Pages 252-257
N. Nimsuk and T. Nakamoto
42. Ionic liquids used as QCM coating materials for the detection of alcohols
Pages 258-265
Xiuming Xu, Changzhi Li, Kemei Pei, Kun Zhao, Zongbao K. Zhao and Haiyang Li
43. Kelvin Probe measurements of polymer coated gold substrates: Mechanism studies
Pages 266-272
M. Hoerter, A. Oprea, N. Bârsan and U. Weimar
44. Quartz crystal microbalance and electrochemical cytosensing on a chitosan/multiwalled carbon nanotubes/Au electrode
Pages 273-280
Xueen Jia, Liang Tan, Qingji Xie, Youyu Zhang and Shouzhuo Yao
45. Electrical response characterization of PVA–P(AA/AMPS) IPN hydrogels in aqueous Na2SO4 solution
Pages 281-286
Song-Bai Lin, Cong-Hui Yuan, Ai-Ru Ke and Zhi-Long Quan
46. Highly responsive fluorescent sensing of explosives taggant with an organic nanofibril film
Pages 287-291
Tammene Naddo, Xiaomei Yang, Jeffrey S. Moore and Ling Zang
47. Modified glassy carbon electrode with multiwall carbon nanotubes as a voltammetric sensor for determination of noscapine in biological and pharmaceutical samples
Pages 292-299
Behzad Rezaei and S. Zohreh Mirahmadi Zare
48. Label-free sensitive optical detection of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) in an aqueous solution based on surface plasmon resonance measurements
Pages 300-306
Surin Hong, Taewook Kang, Seogil Oh, Jungwoo Moon, Inhee Choi, Kyunghee Choi and Jongheop Yi
49. Towards the development of a portable device for the monitoring of gaseous toxic industrial chemicals based on a chemical sensor array
Pages 307-312
Patrick Kim, Jeffrey D. Albarella, James R. Carey, Matthew J. Placek, Avijit Sen, Aaron E. Wittrig and William B. McNamara III
50. Significant temperature effects on up-conversion emissions of Nd3+:Er3+:Yb3+ co-doped borosilicate glass and its thermometric application
Pages 313-316
Chengren Li, Shufeng Li, Bin Dong, Zhongfan Liu, Changlie Song and Qingxu Yu
51. Deep UV based DOAS system for the monitoring of nitric oxide using ratiometric separation techniques
Pages 317-323
G. Dooly, C. Fitzpatrick and E. Lewis
52. Voltammetric behavior of multi-walled carbon nanotubes modified electrode-hexacyanoferrate(II) electrocatalyst system as a sensor for determination of captopril
Pages 324-331
B. Rezaei and S. Damiri
53. Evaluation of peach quality indices using an electronic nose by MLR, QPST and BP network
Pages 332-338
Hongmei Zhang, Mingxun Chang, Jun Wang and Sheng Ye
54. pH-ChemFET-based analysis devices for the bacterial activity monitoring
Pages 339-344
M.L. Pourciel-Gouzy, S. Assié-Souleille, L. Mazenq, J. Launay and P. Temple-Boyer
55. Urea biosensors
Pages 345-351
Minni Singh, Neelam Verma, Arun Kumar Garg and Niha Redhu
56. Erratum to “Fabrication of low cost integrated micro-capillary electrophoresis analytical chip for chemical analysis” [Sens. Actuators B 128 (2008) 422–426]
Page 352
G.S. Virdi, R.K. Chutani, P.K. Rao and Sushil Kumar

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