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Biomedical engineering technologies. vol. 1

Biomedical engineering technologies. vol. 1

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Rasooly, Avraham. Baker, Houston. Ossandon, Miguel R.
Title Statement
Biomedical engineering technologies. vol. 1 / edited by Miguel R. Ossandon, Houston Baker and Avraham Rasooly.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Humana Press,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xxiii, 923 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Methods in molecular biology ;2393
ISBN
9781071618028
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Biosensors. Biomedical engineering --Technological innovations. Biotechnology.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Part I: Optical



1. A Compact Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensor for Sensitive Detection of Exosomal Proteins for Cancer''



Diagn Yun Wu, Xie Zeng, and Qiaoqiang Gan







2. Electrochemistry Coupling Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance for Biochemical Detection



Zetao Chen, Yanli Lu, Qingqing Zhang, Diming Zhang, Shuang Li, and Qingjun Liu







3. Preparation of surface plasmon resonance aptasensor for human activated protein C sensing



Semra Akgoenullu, Seda Koyun, Handan Yavuz, Arzum Erdem, and Adil Denizli







4. Large-scale nanogrooved photonic crystals for label-free biosensing by guided-mode resonance



Miquel Avella-Oliver, Gabriel Sancho-Fornes, Rosa Puchades, and Angel Maquieira







5. Plasmonic Nanoparticle Conjugation for Nucleic Acid Biosensing



Amogha Tadimety, Yichen Zhang, John H. Molinski, Timothy J. Palinski, Gregory J. Tsongalis, and John X.J. Zhang







6. Ultrasensitive Label-Free Nucleic-Acid Biosensors Based on Bimodal Waveguide Interferometers



Cesar S. Huertas, and Laura M. Lechuga







7. Azimuthal Beam Scanning Microscope Design and Implementation for Axial Localization with Scanning Angle Interference Microscopy



Marshall Colville, Sangwoo Park, Avtar Singh, Matthew Paszek, and Warren Zipfel







8. Computational Optics for Point-of-Care Breast Cancer ProfilingJouha



Min, Matthew Allen, Cesar M. Castro, Hakho Lee, Ralph Weissleder, and Hyungsoon Im







9. DNA genotyping based on isothermal amplification and colorimetric detection by consumer electronics devices, Luis Antonio Tortajada-Genaro







10. Evaluation of tumor development using hemoglobin saturation profile on rodent dorsal window chamber



Miguel R. Ossandon, Brian S. Sorg, Dhananjay S. Phatak, and Konstantinos Kalpakis







11. Automated multidimensional nanoscale chromatography for ultra-sensitive targeted mass spectrometry



Paolo Cifani, and Alex Kentsis







12. Clinical Translation of Stimulated Raman Histology



Cordelia Orillac, Todd Hollon, and Daniel A. Orringer







13. Ex vivo and in vitro methods for detection of bioactive staphylococcal enterotoxins



Reuven Rasooly, Paula Do, and Bradley Hernlem







14. An Ultracompact Real-time Fluorescence Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) Analyzer, Gihoon Choi, and Weihua Guan







15. Digital Quantification of Human Viral RNA and DNA using a Self-Digitization Chip



Jiasi Wang, Jason E. Kreutz, and Daniel T. Chiu







16. Sample-to-Answer Microfluidic Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) (file #on Lab-on-a-Disc for Malaria Detection at Point-of-Need



Gihoon Choi, and Weihua Guan







17. Charge sensitive optical detection for measurement of small molecule binding kinetics



Shaopeng Wang, Guangzhong Ma, Runli Liang, and Nongjian Tao







18. Mobile Elisa With A Transparent Incubator



Arsenii Zhdanov, Cassidy Chen, Crystal Schmitt, Tyler Tripp, Chase Miller, and Anna Pyayt







19. Smartphone Enabled Point-of-Care Detection of Serum Biomarkers



Jacob T. Heggestad, David S. Kinnamon, Jason Liu, Daniel Y. Joh, Cassio M. Fontes, Qingshan Wei, Aydogan Ozcan, Angus M. Hucknall, and Ashutosh Chilkoti







20. Micromachined Optical Fiber Sensors for Biomedical Applications



Chen Zhu, Rex E. Gerald II, and Jie Huang







PART II: Electrochemical and Piezoelectric



21. Optical and electrochemical aptasensors for sensitive detection of aflatoxin B1 and aflatoxin M1 in blood serum, grape juice and milk samples



Mohammad Ramezani, Seyed Hamid Jalaliana, Seyed Mohammad Taghdisi, Khalil Abnous, and Mona Alibolandi







22. DNA Generated Electric Current Biosensor for Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 (HER2) Analysis, Xiaoqing Li, Congcong Shen, Minghui Yang, and Avraham Rasooly







23. Agar-Integrated Three-Dimensional Microelectrodes for On-Chip Impedimetric Monitoring of Bacterial Viability



Derrick Butler, and Aida Ebrahimi







24. Quantitative and selective DNA detection with portable personal glucose meter using loop-based DNA competitive hybridization strategy



Fei Liu, Bin Wang, Yanke Shan, Wenjie Kang, Jiahao Li, Xin Wang, and Jing Liu







25. Electrochemical aptamer-based sensors: a platform approach to high frequency molecular monitoring in situ in the living body



Philippe Dauphin-Ducharme



Kyle L. Ploense, Netzahualcoyotl Arroyo-Curras, Tod E. Kippin, and Kevin W. Plaxco







26. Smartphone-based Electrochemical System for Biosensors and Biodetection



Daizong Ji, Sze Shin Low, Diming Zhang, Lei Liu, Yanli Lu, and Qingjun Liu



27. Preparation of notch-4 receptor containing quartz crystal microbalance biosensor for MDA MB 231 cancer cell detection



Monireh Bakhshpour, Ayse Kevser Piskin, Handan Yavuz, and Adil Denizli







28. The study of the skin cells viscoelastic changes using QCM-D measurements



Anna Sobiepanek, and Tomasz Kobiela







Part III: Monitoring and Imaging



29. Hyperpolarized micro-NMR platform for sensitive analysis of in vitro metabolic flux in living cells



Sangmoo Jeong, and Kayvan R. Keshari







30. Mixed Modeling Frameworks for Analyzing Whole-Brain Network Data



Sean L. Simpson







31. Rapid In Vivo Quantification of Creatine Kinase Activity by Phosphorous-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Fingerprinting (31P-MRSF)



Charlie Wang, Kihwan Kim, and Xin Yu







32. Nanoparticle assisted nuclear relaxation-based detection of oligonucleotides



Rebecca N. Silva, and Peng Zhang







33. Imaging Biomarker Development for Lower Back Pain using Machine Learning



Bilwaj Gaonkar, Kirstin Cook, Bryan Yoo, Banafsheh Salehi, and Luke Macyszyn







34. Acoustic Angiography: Superharmonic Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging for Non-Invasive Visualization of Microvasculature



Isabel G. Newsome, and Paul A. Dayton







35. Patch Clamp Technology for Focused Ultrasonic (FUS) (file #Neuromodulation



Eun Sok Kim







36. Wireless Wearable Ultrasound Sensor to Characterize Respiratory Behavior



Ang Chen, Rachel Diane Rhoades, Andrew Joshua Halton, Jayden Charles Booth, Xinhao Shi, Xiangli Bu, Ning Wu, and Junseok Chae







37. Forming large effective ultrasound arrays using the swept synthetic aperture technique



Nick Bottenus







38. Quantitative bioluminescence tomography for in vivo volumetric-guided radiotherapy



Zijian Deng, Xiangkun Xu, Hamid Dehghani, Daniel M). Sforza, Iulian Iordachita, Michael Lim, John W. Wong, and Ken Kang-Hsin Wang







39. Evaluation of pulmonary structure and function in patients with cystic fibrosis from electrical impedance tomography data



Jennifer L. Mueller







40. In-Vivo Quantitative Whole-Body Perfusion Imaging Using Radiolabeled Copper(II) (file #bis(thiosemicarbazone) (file #Complexes and Positron Emission Tomography (PET)



Mark A. Green, Carla J. Mathias, Nathaniel J. Smith, Monica Cheng, and Gary D. Hutchins







41. Biodegradable AuNP-based plasmonic nanogels as contrast agents for computed tomography and photoacoustics



Mathilde Bouche, and David P. Cormode







42. Cationic Contrast Agents for Computed Tomography of Cartilage for Early Diagnosis of Osteoarthritis



Chenzhen Zhang, Ambika G. Bajpayee, and Tengfei He







43. Economical production of radiopharmaceuticals for preclinical imaging using microdroplet radiochemistry



Jia Wang, and R. Michael van Dam







44. Preparation of radiolabeled antibodies for nuclear medicine applications in immuno-oncology



Junnian Wei, David Y. Oh, and Michael J. Evans







45. A Wireless Fully-Passive Acquisition of Biopotentials



Shiyi Liu, Xueling Meng, Jianwei Zhang, and Junseok Chae







46 . Fabrication of Skin-Mountable Flexible Sensor Patch for Monitoring of Swallowing Function Heun Park, Min Ku Kim, Georgia A). Malandraki, and Chi Hwan Lee







47. The Intelligent Phenotypic Plasticity Platform (IP3) (file #for Precision Medicine-based Injury Prevention in Sport



Adam W. Kiefer, Cortney N. Armitano-Lago, Anoop Sathyan, Ryan MacPherson, Kelly Cohen, and Paula L. Silva

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