205th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

May 9-May 14, 2004


S2 - Biological Electrochemistry

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Conference Rooms 13 and 14, Level 3

Proteins and Other Biomolecules

Co-Chairs: J.F. Rusling and J. Durrant

14:00727 High Current Density (85 mA cm-2) Electroreduction of O2 to Water at +0.3 V/AgAgCl at pH 7.2 at 37 C - N. Mano (The University of Texas at Austin), W. Shin (Sogang University), and A. Heller (The University of Texas at Austin)
14:20728 Proton Coupled Electron Transfer of Flavodoxin Immobilised on Nanostructured Tin Dioxide Electrodes - J. Durrant, Y. Astuti, P. Briscoe, A. Fantuzzi, G. Gilardi, and T. Cass (Imperial College London)
14:40729 The Electrochemistry of Heme Proteins In Nonaqueous Solvents - E. Magner (University of Limerick)
15:00730 Imaging Localized Enzyme Activities with Modified SECM Systems - T. Matsue, Y. Hirano, Y. Mase, D. Oyamatsu, T. Yasukawa, and H. Shiku (Tohoku University)
15:20731 Spectroelectrochemical study on a Function of Nitrophorin-4, a Heme Protein of Insect - I. Taniguchi, A. Kai, Y. Mie, and T. Uno (Kumamoto University)
15:40732 Laminar Flow Based Microreactor for Regeneration of NADH - S.K. Yoon, E.R. Choban (University of Illinois), C. Kane, T. Tzedakis (Universite Paul Sabatier), and P.J.A. Kenis (University of Illinois)
16:00733 Boron-Doped Diamond Neurosensors and Neural Stimulating Electrodes - B. Blankenship, S. Xie, C. Chestek, H. Chiel, and H. Martin (Case Western Reserve University)
16:20734 Impedance Spectroscopy of Cell/Surface Interaction and Biofilm Dynamics - P. Takhistov (Rutgers University)
16:40735 Investigation of the Reductive Cleavage Mechanism in Alkylcobalamins by Electrochemical and Electronic Structure Computational Methods. - R. Birke, Q. Huang, D. Gosser, jr., and T. Spataru (The City College of the City University of New York)
17:00736 Electrochemical Oxidation of D-Glucose at Noble Metal and Binary Metal Catalysts for Fuel Cell Applications - M. Kelly, D. Ingersoll, W. Steen, E. Coker, I. Abraham, and J. Miller (Sandia National Laboratories)
17:20737 Quartz Crystal Microbalance Study Of DNA Hybridization By Controlling Potentials - L. Wu, L. Dong, J. Zhou, and Z. Lin (State Key Laboratory for Physical Chemistry of the Solid Surface,Department of Chemistry, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Xiamen University)

Salons E and F, Level 3

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: I. Taniguchi and J.F. Rusling

o738 Electrochemical Analysis of Homocysteine-Bridged Superoxide Dismutase Self-Assembled Monolayer Electrode - Q. Sun, H. Wang, and N. Wang (Jining Medical College)
o739 Solute-Solvent Interactions from Impedance Measurements: Concentration Dependence of DNA - C. Krishnan and M. Garnett (Garnett McKeen Laboratory, Inc.)
o740 DNA Tunnel Diode Behavior - M. Garnett and C. Krishnan (Garnett McKeen Lab, Inc.)

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Conference Rooms 13 and 14, Level 3

DNA and Binding Assays

Co-Chairs: I. Taniguchi and J.F. Rusling

10:00741 Sensor Technology Using a 50-micron Diameter Microcavity with Self-contained Electrochemistry - Z.P. Aguilar, M.C. Sirisena (Vegrandiss, LLC), B.E. Factor, J.A. McElderry, E.S. Fakunle, A.E. Henrichs, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)
10:20742 Surface Electrochemistry for the Construction of Highly Sensitive Immunoassay System - Y. Sato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), H. Matsuura (University of Tsukuba), and F. Mizutani (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
10:40743 Detecting DNA Damage from Benzo[a]pyrene Diol-epoxide using Cataytic Sensor Arrays - B. Wang and J.F. Rusling (University of Connecticut)
11:00744 Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Guanine and DNA on Carbon Paste Electrode Modified by Cobalt Hexacyanoferrate Films - M. Ayatollahi Mehrgardi and A. Abbaspour (Shiraz University)
11:20745 Flow-Through Type DNA Array using Ideally Ordered Anodic Porous Alumina - F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), K. Nishio, and H. Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
11:40746 Direct Electrochemiluminescence Detection of Oxidized DNA in Thin Films Containing Metallopolymers - J. Rusling (University of Connecticut), L. Dennany, and R. Forster (Dublin City University)