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  1. Electrochemical evaluation of troponin T imprinted polymer receptor
  2. Ultrasensitive Detection of Human Liver Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells Using a Label-Free Aptasensor
  3. Self-Reporting Micellar Polymer Nanostructures for Optical Urea Biosensing
  4. Optical biosensors based on universal pH indicator as a reporter for quantification of clinically relevant compounds
  5. Unsubstituted phenothiazine as a superior water-insoluble mediator for oxidases
  6. Electrochemical detection of DNA damage through visible-light-induced ROS using mesoporous TiO2 microbeads
  7. A self-switchable Ag nanoreactor exhibiting outstanding catalytic properties
  8. The potential legacy of cancer nanotechnology: cellular selection
  9. An ultrasensitive molecularly-imprinted human cardiac troponin sensor
  10. A high-performance glucose biosensor using covalently immobilised glucose oxidase on a poly(2,6-diaminopyridine)/carbon nanotube electrode
  11. Template-directed hierarchical self-assembly of graphene based hybrid structure for electrochemical biosensing
  12. On/off-switchable electrochemical folic acid sensor based on molecularly imprinted polymer electrode
  13. On/Off‐Switchable Zipper‐Like Bioelectronics on a Graphene Interface
  14. MRI‐Visual Order–Disorder Micellar Nanostructures for Smart Cancer Theranostics
  15. Amperometric biosensor based on Prussian Blue nanoparticle-modified screen-printed electrode for estimation of glucose-6-phosphate
  16. Application of electrical impedance spectroscopy and amperometry in polyaniline modified ammonia gas sensor
  17. ChemInform Abstract: Biosensors: Sense and Sensibility
  18. Hierarchical Structures: Hierachically Structured Hollow Silica Spheres for High Efficiency Immobilization of Enzymes (Adv. Funct. Mater. 17/2013)
  19. Electrochemical immunosensor with N-doped graphene-modified electrode for label-free detection of the breast cancer biomarker CA 15-3
  20. Biosensors: then and now
  21. Influence of poly(n‐isopropylacrylamide)–CNT–polyaniline three‐dimensional electrospun microfabric scaffolds on cell growth and viability
  22. Biosensors 2012
  23. Solid‐Phase Synthesis of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Nanoparticles with a Reusable Template–“Plastic Antibodies”
  24. Biosensors
  25. Hierachically Structured Hollow Silica Spheres for High Efficiency Immobilization of Enzymes
  26. Biomedical Materials and Diagnostic Devices
  27. ChemInform Abstract: Cancer Detection Using Nanoparticle‐Based Sensors
  28. Label-Free Electrochemical Detection of Tetracycline by an Aptamer Nano-Biosensor
  29. RETRACTED: Detection of p53 gene point mutation using sequence-specific molecularly imprinted PoPD electrode
  30. Intelligent Nanomaterials
  31. Cancer detection using nanoparticle-based sensors
  32. Foreword
  33. Implanted Sensors
  34. A Zipper‐Like On/Off‐Switchable Molecularly Imprinted Polymer
  35. Selection of thrombin-binding aptamers by using computational approach for aptasensor application
  36. Biosensors and bioelectronics
  37. ‘On/off’-switchable catalysis by a smart enzyme-like imprinted polymer
  38. A Catalytic and Positively Thermosensitive Molecularly Imprinted Polymer
  39. New Micro‐ and Nanotechnologies for Electrochemical Biosensor Development
  40. Advances in the manufacture of MIP nanoparticles
  41. A novel enzyme entrapment in SU-8 microfabricated films for glucose micro-biosensors
  42. Quasi-monodimensional polyaniline nanostructures for enhanced molecularly imprinted polymer-based sensing
  43. Electrochemical sensing systems for arsenate estimation by oxidation of l-cysteine
  44. Welcome Message
  45. Biosensors, Aptamers (Aptasensors)
  46. Bioprocess Monitoring
  47. Mediated Biocatalytic Electrodes and Enzyme Stabilisation for Power Generation
  48. The application of polythiol molecules for protein immobilisation on sensor surfaces
  49. Surface plasmon resonance imaging for affinity-based biosensors
  50. A Label Free Electrochemical Nanobiosensor Study
  51. ChemInform Abstract: Molecularly Imprinted Sorbent Assays: Recent Developments and Applications
  52. Development of a piezoelectric sensor for the detection of methamphetamine
  53. Biosensors 2008: The 10th World Congress on Biosensors
  54. New reactive polymer for protein immobilisation on sensor surfaces
  55. Commercial Biosensors for Diabetes
  56. Too large to fit? Recent developments in macromolecular imprinting
  57. Influence of continuous magnetic field on the separation of ephedrine enantiomers by molecularly imprinted polymers
  58. Principles of Bacterial Detection: Biosensors, Recognition Receptors and Microsystems
  60. Design of molecular imprinted polymers compatible with aqueous environment
  61. Editorial Introduction for the Special Issue of the Sensors Journal: In Vivo Sensors for Medicine
  62. Piezoelectric sensors based on molecular imprinted polymers for detection of low molecular mass analytes
  63. Patterned gallium surfaces as molecular mirrors
  64. Historical Perspective of Biosensor and Biochip Development
  65. Nano‐Porous Light‐Emitting Silicon Chip as a Potential Biosensor Platform
  66. Detection of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) in Milk using a Disposable Immunomagnetic Electrochemical Sensor
  67. Biosensors 2006: The 9th World Congress on Biosensors
  68. Surface imprinted beads for the recognition of human serum albumin
  69. Procedure 24 Construction of an enzyme-containing microelectrode array and use for detection of low levels of pesticides
  70. Chapter 15 Ultra-sensitive determination of pesticides via cholinesterase-based sensors for environmental analysis
  71. Approaches to Allergy Detection Using Aptasensors
  72. Influence of initiator and different polymerisation conditions on performance of molecularly imprinted polymers
  73. Controlled release of the herbicide simazine from computationally designed molecularly imprinted polymers
  74. Biosensors and bioelectronics 20 years on
  75. Home blood glucose biosensors: a commercial perspective
  76. Adaptation of the molecular imprinted polymers towards polar environment
  77. Towards the development of multisensor for drugs of abuse based on molecular imprinted polymers
  78. Biosensors 2004—The Eighth World Congress on Biosensors, 24–26 May 2004, Granada, Spain
  79. Biosensors 2004—The Eighth World Congress on Biosensors, 24–26 May 2004, Granada, Spain
  80. Polymer Cookery:  Influence of Polymerization Time and Different Initiation Conditions on Performance of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
  81. Thermodynamic Considerations and the Use of Molecular Modeling as a Tool for Predicting MIP Performance
  82. Detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) in vitro and in situ using an electronic nose in combination with a neural network system
  83. Polymer Cookery. 2. Influence of Polymerization Pressure and Polymer Swelling on the Performance of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
  84. Electronic noses and disease diagnostics
  85. Biotin-specific synthetic receptors prepared using molecular imprinting
  86. Custom synthesis of molecular imprinted polymers for biotechnological application
  87. Carbon and gold electrodes as electrochemical transducers for DNA hybridisation sensors
  88. Photochemical polymerization of thiophene derivatives in aqueous solution
  89. Properties of poly-aminophenylboronate coatings in capillary electrophoresis for the selective separation of diastereoisomers and glycoproteins
  90. Towards the development of an integrated capillary electrophoresis optical biosensor
  91. In Situ Formation of Porous Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Membranes
  92. Surface functionalization of porous polypropylene membranes with polyaniline for protein immobilization
  93. A gas-phase biosensor for environmental monitoring of formic acid: laboratory and field validation
  94. Immunosensor for okadaic acid using quartz crystal microbalance
  95. Use of an electronic nose system for diagnoses of urinary tract infections
  96. Molecular Recognition: Design of “Keys”
  97. Polymer Cookery:  Influence of Polymerization Conditions on the Performance of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
  98. Rational Design of a Polymer Specific for Microcystin-LR Using a Computational Approach
  99. New Materials Based on Imprinted Polymers and their Application in Optical Sensors
  100. Biosensors 2000 — The Sixth World Congress on Biosensors
  101. Application of molecularly imprinted polymers in sensors for the environment and biotechnology
  102. ‘Bite-and-Switch’ approach using computationally designed molecularly imprinted polymers for sensing of creatinine11Editors Selection
  103. Substitution of antibodies and receptors with molecularly imprinted polymers in enzyme-linked and fluorescent assays
  104. Surface-Grafted Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Protein Recognition
  105. Molecular imprinting: at the edge of the third millennium
  106. Multivariate evaluation of factors influencing the performance of a formic acid biosensor for use in air monitoring
  107. Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring Edited by Ursula Bilitewski (Gesellschaft fur Biotechnologishe Forschung mbH) and Anthony P. F. Turner (Cranfield University). Harwood Academic Publishers:  Amsterdam. 2000. xii + 428 pp. $120.00. ISBN 90-5702-449-7
  108. Amperometric biosensor for formic acid in air
  109. Coupling of a DNA piezoelectric biosensor and polymerase chain reaction to detect apolipoprotein E polymorphisms
  110. Capillary electrophoresis coupled to biosensor detection
  111. An Assay for Ascorbic Acid Based on Polyaniline-Coated Microplates
  112. Chemical Grafting of Molecularly Imprinted Homopolymers to the Surface of Microplates. Application of Artificial Adrenergic Receptor in Enzyme-Linked Assay for β-Agonists Determination
  113. A DNA piezoelectric biosensor assay coupled with a polymerase chain reaction for bacterial toxicity determination in environmental samples
  114. Imprinted Polymer-Based Sensor System for Herbicides Using Differential-Pulse Voltammetry on Screen-Printed Electrodes
  115. Preface
  116. Biosensors in air monitoring
  117. Screen-printed amperometric biosensors for the rapid measurement of L- and D-amino acids
  118. Immunosensor for 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid in Aqueous/Organic Solvent Soil Extracts
  119. Array of hope or biosensors in Europe
  120. Assessment of glucose oxidase behaviour in alcoholic solutions using disposable electrodes
  121. Immunomagnetic Separation with Mediated Flow Injection Analysis Amperometric Detection of Viable Escherichia coli O157
  122. Measurement of Priority Metabolites Using Integrated Optoelectronic Biosensors Derived from Antibody and Synthetic Receptor Libraries
  123. Making sense of the environment
  124. Solvent-resistant carbon electrodes screen printed onto plastic for use in biosensors
  125. Monitoring of the glucose concentration during microbial fermentation using a novel mass-producible biosensor suitable for on-line use
  126. Immunosensors: The next generation
  127. Design of novel molecular wires for realizing long-distance electron transfer
  128. Determination of anticholinesterase pesticides in real samples using a disposable biosensor
  129. Novel hexacyanoferrate(III) modified graphite disc electrodes and their application in enzyme electrodes—Part I
  130. Advances in Biosensors. Volume 3. Biosensors:  A Russian Perspective Edited by Anthony P. F. Turner (Cranfield Biotechnology Centre) and Yu. M. Yevdokimov (W. A. Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology). Jai Press:  Greenwich, CT. 1995. xv + 216 pp. ...
  131. Development of a pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) mediated glucose oxidase enzyme electrode for detection of glucose in fruit juice
  132. Development of a mass-producible glucose biosensor and flow-injection analysis system suitable for on-line monitoring during fermentations
  133. Direct monitoring of formaldehyde vapour and detection of ethanol vapour using dehydrogenase-based biosensors
  134. A new approach for creating double-stranded DNA biosensors
  135. Catalytic Materials, Membranes, and Fabrication Technologies Suitable for the Construction of Amperometric Biosensors
  136. Gas-Phase Microbiosensor for Monitoring Phenol Vapor at ppb Levels
  137. Ruthenized screen-printed choline oxidase-based biosensors for measurement of anticholinesterase activity
  138. Disposable ruthenized screen-printed biosensors for pesticides monitoring
  139. Biosensors: A Russian perspective
  140. A fixed film bioassay for the detection of micropollutants toxic to anaerobic sludges
  141. Investigations of platinized and rhodinized carbon electrodes for use in glucose sensors
  142. TTF-Modified Biosensors for Hydrogen Peroxide
  143. Electron transfer from diaphorase in water/triton X‐100/butyl acetate microemulsion
  144. Biosensors
  145. Modified Enzyme Electrodes
  146. Measurement of meat freshness in situ with a biosensor array
  147. Organic phase enzyme electrodes for the determination of hydrogen peroxide and phenol
  148. New electrochemical sensors
  149. Organic phase enzyme electrodes
  150. An Enzyme Electrode for Glucose Consisting of Glucose Oxidase Immobilised at a Benzoquinone-Modified Carbon Electrode
  151. Mediated amperometric enzyme electrode incorporating peroxidase for the determination of hydrogen peroxide in organic solvents
  152. Current trends in biosensor research and development
  153. Whole-cell biosensors for environmental monitoring
  154. Rapid determination of the glucose content of molasses using a biosensor
  155. Amperometric enzyme electrode for the determination of phenols in chloroform
  156. Analytical applications of immobilised proteins and cells
  157. [7] Amperometric biosensors based on mediator-modified electrodes
  158. Redox Mediators and Their Application in Amperometric Sensors
  159. The determination of p-cresol in chloroform with an enzyme electrode used in the organic phase
  160. Colormetric detection of horseradish peroxidase labelled DNA using a new chromogen system
  161. Enzymatic Analysis Using Quinoprotein Dehydrogenases
  162. Amperometric Biosensors Based on Modified Porous Graphite Electrodes
  163. Biosensors: a revolution in clinical analysis?
  164. Development of an On-line Glucose Sensor for Fermentation Monitoring
  165. Mediated amperometric biosensors for d-galactose, glycolate and l-amino acids based on a ferrocene-modified carbon paste electrode
  166. Ferrocene-mediated enzyme electrode for amperometric determination of glucose
  167. Frieder Scheller and the Short History of Biosensors