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Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2004 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 2:

Bio Nano Analysis and Characterization

-Overview of Overlapping Bio and Nano Technologies
 S. Iyer
-Detection of DNA Hybridyzation with Impedance Amplifying Labels
 K-S Ma, H. Zhou, A. Fischetti, J. Zoval and M. Madou
 University of California, Irvine, US
-Functional Nanoarrays for Protein Biomarker Profiling
 M. Lynch, C. Mosher, J. Huff, S. Nettikadan, J. Xu and E. Henderson
 BioForce Nanosciences, Inc., US
-An Chip-based-Instant Protein Micro Array Formation and Detection System
 F-G Tseng, C.E. Ho, M.H. Chen, K.Y. Hung, C.J. Su, Y.F. Chen, H.M. Huang and C-C Chieng
 National Tsing Hua University, TW
-High-Resolution Electrochemical In Situ Printing
 R.D. Egeland and E.M. Southern
 Oxamer & Oxford Gene Technology, UK
-Microfabricated Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorter with Hydrodynamic Flow Manipulation
 H. Bang, C. Chung, J.K. Kim, S. Kim, S. Chung, D-C Han and J.K. Chang
 School of Mechanical & Aerospace Eng., Seoul National University, KR
-Development of a Slug-Flow PCR Chip with Minimum Heating Cycle Times
 S. Hardt, D. Dadic, F. Doffing, K.S. Drese, G. Münchow and O. Sörensen
 Institute of Microtechnology Mainz, DE
-Composable System Simulation of Dispersion in Complex Electrophoretic Separation Microchips
 Y. Wang, Q. Lin and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-Visualizing Individual Rhodopsin (a G Protein-Coupled Receptor) Molecules in Native Disk and Reconstituted Membranes via Atomic Force Microscopy
 E.J. Choi, A.J. Jin, S-L Niu, P.D. Smith and B.J. Litman
 National Institutes of Health, US
-Sample-Shunting Based PCR Microfluidic Device
 P-A Auroux, P.J.R. Day and A. Manz
 Imperial College, UK
-Highly Efficient Electro-permeabilization of Mammalian Cells Using Micro-electroporation Chip
 Y.S. Shin, J.K. Kim, S.H. Lim, Y.K. Lee, K. Cho, Y. Lee, S. Chung, C. Chung, D-C Han and J.K. Chang
 Seoul National University, KR
-Effect of Substratum Morphology on Cell Behavior
 W-T Su, I-M Chu, J-Y Yang and C-D Lin
 National Nano Device Laboratories, TW
-An Injector Component Model for Complete Microfluidic Electrokinetic Separation Systems
 R. Magargle, J.F. Hoburg and T. Mukherjee
 Carnegie Mellon University, US
-Dielectrophoresis (DEP) of Cells and Microparticle in PDMS Microfluidic Channels
 T.T. Kanagasabapathi, C.J. Backhouse and K.V.I.S. Kaler
 University of Calgary, CA
-Dry Microarrays: A Generalized Data Source for Genome and Proteome Analysis
 G. Sampath
 The College of New Jersey, US
-Molecular Simulation of DNA Microarrays - an Application of 2D particle mesh Ewald algorithm -
 T. Watanabe, M. Kawata and U. Nagashima
 National Institute of Advanced Industrial and Science and Technology, JP
-Development and Characterization of a 2-D microchip-based Protein separation system.
 J.J. Feng, V Olazábal, J.A. Olivares, S. Sundaram, S. Krishnamoorthy and S. Iyer
 Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
-Amplification of Protein Adsorption on Micro/Nanostructures for Microarray Applications
 E.P. Ivanova, Y.V. Alekseeva, D.K. Pham, L. Filipponi and D.V. Nicolau
 Swinburne University, AU
-Evaluation of Electric Impedance Spectra for Single Bio-Cells with Microfluidic Devices using Combined FEMLAB/HSPICE Simulated Models
 V. Senez, T. Yamamoto, B. Poussard, T. Fukuba, J.M. Capron and T. Fujii
 LIMMS/CNRS-IIS - University of Tokyo, JP
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