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Reassigned Spectrogram Representation for Mechanomyogram Signal Analysis
pp. 465-476(12)
Authors: Mekaoui, S.; Houacine, A.; Gharbi, T.

Host Guest Interactions in Organofluorine Complexes Investigated Through Laser Methodologies
pp. 490-495(6)
Authors: Giardini, A.; Rondino, F.; Paladini, A.; Satta, M.; Cattenacci, G.; Piccirillo, S.; Villani, P.; Marcantoni, E.; Renzi, G.; Roselli, G.; Speranza, M.

Biotin-Bioconjugated Water-Soluble CdS Nanoparticles
pp. 511-517(7)
Authors: Al Terary, S.; Mangeney, C.; Brayner, R.; Antoun, T.; Fiévet, F.; Yassar, A.

A Bio-Sensor for Human Neutrophil Elastase Employs Peptide-p-Nitroanilide Cellulose Conjugates
pp. 518-523(6)
Authors: Edwards, J. Vincent; Caston-Pierre, Sonya; Howley, Phyllis; Condon, Brian; Arnold, Judy

Proton-Induced Multiple Changes of the Absorption and Fluorescence Spectra of Amino-Aza-Oligo(phenylenevinylene)s
pp. 524-530(7)
Authors: Schmitt, Volker; Glang, Stefan; Preis, Jasmin; Detert, Heiner

Electrical Characterization of Biological Molecules Deposition in MOS Capacitors
pp. 531-536(6)
Authors: Libertino, S.; Fichera, M.; Aiello, V.; Lombardo, S.; Scandurra, A.; Renis, M.; Sinatra, F.

Innovative Chromatographic System Based on Amorphous Silicon Sensors
pp. 537-541(5)
Authors: Caputo, D.; de Cesare, G.; Manetti, C.; Nascetti, A.; Scipinotti, R.

Two-Color Sensor for Biomolecule Detection
pp. 542-547(6)
Authors: Caputo, D.; de Cesare, G.; Nascetti, A.; Scipinotti, R.

Polyaniline Composites for Chemical Sensors and Release Devices
pp. 548-557(10)
Authors: Bouhadid, Myriam; Thévenot, Caroline; Ehrenfeld, Francis; Redon, Nathalie; Desbrières, Jacques; Grassl, Bruno; Reynaud, Stéphanie

ZnO Thin Films for Cantilever Coatings: Structural and Mechanical Properties, Observations of Photoplastic Effect
pp. 558-563(6)
Authors: Horvath, P.; Sadale, S. B.; Suchea, M.; Christoulakis, S.; Voicu, R.; Tibeica, C.; Bineva, I.; Muller, R.; Kitsopoulos, T.; Kiriakidis, G.

Simultaneous Reflectivity, Ellipsometry and Spectrometry Measurements in Submicron Structures for Liquid Sensing
pp. 564-569(6)
Authors: Holgado, M.; Casquel, R.; Molpeceres, C.; Morales, M.; Ocaña, J. L.

Electrochemical Detection of DNA Sequences Based on Metalloporphyrins-Polypyrrole Towards a Multi-Detection Analysis
pp. 570-576(7)
Authors: Canonne, F.; Perrée-Fauvet, M.; Mahy, J. P.; Korri-Youssoufi, H.

Au Nanoparticles as Gate Material for NOx Field Effect Capacitive Sensors
pp. 577-584(8)
Authors: Ieva, E.; Buchholt, K.; Colaianni, L.; Cioffi, N.; Sabbatini, L.; Capitani, G. C.; Lloyd Spetz, A.; Kall, P. O.; Torsi, L.

Microfluidics Silicon Structure for Electrophoresis Separation of DNA Fragments
pp. 585-589(5)
Authors: Simion, Monica; Kleps, Irina; Craciunoiu, Florea; Savu, Lorand; Miu, Mihaela; Bragaru, Adina

Tungsten Oxide Nanowires-Based Ammonia Gas Sensors
pp. 590-595(6)
Authors: Neri, G.; Micali, G.; Bonavita, A.; Ipsale, S.; Rizzo, G.; Niederberger, M.; Pinna, N.

Light Emission Properties of SnO2 Nanowires for Applications in Gas Sensing
pp. 596-600(5)
Authors: Lettieri, S.; Setaro, A.; Bismuto, A.; Maddalena, P.; Baratto, C.; Comini, E.; Todros, S.; Sberveglieri, G.

Interdigitated Electrodes and Their Possibility to Determine the Excitation Region in Neurons in Cultured Networks
pp. 601-606(6)
Authors: Reiher, A.; de Lima, A. D.; Witte, H.; Krtschil, A.; Nörenberg, A.; Voigt, T.; Krost, A.

Electrical Properties of Mesomorphic Phthalocyanine-Carbon Nanotube Composites
pp. 607-612(6)
Authors: Kılınç, Necmettin; Ahsen, Ali Şems; Atílla, Devrim; Gürek, Ayşe Gül; San, Sait Eren; Öztürk, Zafer Ziya; Ahsen, Vefa

Peptide Immobilization on GaAs Surfaces and the Application to Label-Free Detection of Antigen-Antibody Interactions Using Multiple Internal Reflection Infrared Spectroscopy
pp. 613-617(5)
Authors: Hirano, Ayumi; Onodera, Kota; Miyamoto, Ko-ichiro; Kimura, Yasuo; Kataoka, Masatoshi; Shinohara, Yasuo; Niwano, Michio

Spectroscopic Characterisation of TiO2 Nanoparticles
pp. 623-626(4)
Authors: Picca, Rosaria Anna; Malitesta, Cosimino

Comparison of Functionalized III–V Semiconductor Response for Nitric Oxide
pp. 627-634(8)
Authors: Garcia, Michael A.; Losurdo, M.; Wolter, S. D.; Lampert, W. V.; Bonaventura, J.; Bruno, G.; Yi, C.; Brown, A. S.

Functional Materials for Biosensing—From Proteins to Cells and Pollen
pp. 641-645(5)
Authors: Lieberzeit, P. A.; Chen, X.; Seidler, K.; Jenik, M.; Dickert, F. L.; Blumenstock, H.

Core–Shell Gold Nanoparticles as Non-Conventional Matrix for the MALDI-ToF-MS Detection of Amino Acids: A Preliminary Study
pp. 654-661(8)
Authors: Cioffi, N.; De Palo, F.; Calvano, C. D.; van der Werf, I. D.; Palmisano, F.; Zambonin, P. G.

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