199th Meeting - Washington, DC

March 25-30, 2001

PROGRAM INFORMATION

X1 - Bioananalytical Electrochemistry

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division/ Sensor Division/ Physical Electrochemistry

Monday, March 26, 2001

East Salon, Ballroom Level

Co-Chairs: R.M. Crooks and P. Vanysek

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10:001011 Imaging Molecular Transport Across Human Skin - O.D. Uitto and H.S. White (University of Utah) PDF
10:401012 Probing Redox Reactions in Biological Cells by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy - M. Mirkin, B. Liu, and S. Rotenberg (Queens College - CUNY) PDF
11:201013 Detection of Neurotransmitters with Carbon-Fiber Electrodes - M. Wightman, J. Trafton, and K. Troyer (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) PDF

Co-Chairs: R.M. Crooks and M. Gratzl

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2:001014 Monitoring an Oxidative Stress Response at the Level of a Single Human Cell with a Platinized Carbon Fiber Microelectrode - C. Amatore, S. Arbault, D. Bruce, P. De Oliveira, M. Erard, and M. Vuillaume (Ecole Normale Superieure) PDF
2:401015 Potentiometry at Trace Levels - E. Bakker (Auburn University) PDF
3:20 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:501016 Amperometric Biosensors Based on Nanostructured Redox Polymer Thin Films - A. Revzin, K. Sirkar, M. Pishko, A. Simonian, and A. DeCormier (Texas A&M University) PDF
4:301017 Electrochemical Lectin-Based Biosensor Array for the Identification of Microorganisms - P. Ertl and S. Mikkelsen (University of Waterloo) PDF
5:101018 Microvoltammetry for Drug Transport Studies at Single Cancer Cells - M. Gratzl (Case Western Reserve University) PDF
5:251019 Electrochemical Allosteric Signal Transduction (EAST) - S.A. Trammell, S. Jhaveri, D. Lowy, H. Goldston, and L.M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory) PDF

Tuesday, March 27, 2001

Co-Chairs: S.R. Mikkelson and P. Vanysek

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8:301020 Polyion Sensitive Polymeric Membrane Electrodes And Optodes: Principles And Bioanalytical Applications - M.E. Meyerhoff, S. Dai, Q. Ye, N. Ramamurthy, N. Durust, and S. Nevins (The University of Michigan) PDF
9:101021 Analysis of DNA Fragments with Capillary Electrophoresis and Frequency-Domain Electrochemical Detection - W. Kuhr, S. Brazill, L. Shamanski, B. Roy, and B. Davis (University of California) PDF
9:501022 Single Carbon-Nanotube Membranes: A Well-Defined Model for Studying Mass Transport through Nanoporous Matrixes - L. Sun and R. Crooks (Texas A&M University) PDF
10:30 Thirty-Minute Intermission
11:001023 Electrochemiluminescence of Luminol Generated at Self-Assembled Monolayer of Ferrocenylundecanethiol on Gold Electrode - Y. Sato, S. Yabuki, and F. Mizutani (National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology) PDF
11:151024 Electro-oxidation of Glucose at -0.1 V (Ag/AgCl) on a Wired Glucose Oxidase Anode - H.-H. Kim, G. Binyamin, and A. Heller (The University of Texas at Austin) PDF
11:301025 Analysis of the Diffusion-Limiting Function of a Perfluorocarbon Polymer Membrane in an Amperometric Glucose Sensor - T. Matsumoto, N. Ito, and J. Kimura (NEC Corporation) PDF
11:451026 Core-Shell Nanoparticles and Assemblies as Novel Bioelectroanalytical Platforms - Y. Lou, L. Han, M.M. Maye, L.B. Israel, D.R. Daniel, J.G. Daras, and C.-J. Zhong (State University of New York at Binghamton) PDF