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204th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Co-sponsored in Part by the Electronics Division of The American Ceramic Society

October 12-October 16, 2003


T1 - Biological Nanostructures, Materials, and Applications

New Technology Subcommittee

Monday, October 13, 2003

Knave Room, Lobby Level

Nano Bio Devices

Co-Chairs: M. Uriquidi-Macdonald, S. Seal, and G.H. Pollack

Time Abs# Title
10:00 1189 Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life: A Freash Paradign for Cell Function - G.H. Pollack (University of Washington)
10:45 1190 DNA Separation and Identification Using a Microchannel Device Fabricated on Si and Glass Surfaces - H.H. Lee and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University)
11:00 1191 Highly Selective DNA Bio-Nanosensors Based on Gold Nanotubule Membranes - P. Kohli, S. Miller, and C. Martin (University of Florida)
11:15 1192 Enzyme-Linked Electrochemical DNA Biosensor using Electrocatalysis of Ferrocenyl-Tethered Dendrimer - E. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. Kim, H. Yang, Y.T. Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), and J. Kwak (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
11:30 1193 Micro- and Nanostructured Mammalian Cells for Bioassay Applications - M. Nishizawa, H. Kaji, K. Takoh, A. Takahashi, and T. Matsue (Tohoku University)
11:45 1194 Collecting Cholesterol Efflux from Living Tissue using Lipid Bilayer Based Nano-architectures on Electrode Surfaces - J. Burgess, A. Devadoss, S. Palencsar, and M. Bokoch (Case Western Reserve University)

Nano Bio Technology: Fundamentals

Co-Chairs: B. Rzigalinski and S. Seal

Time Abs# Title
2:00 1195 FractoGene Design-Tool for Protein-Based Self-Assembling Nanostructures, Materials and Applications - A. Pellionisz (HelixoMetry, Inc.)
2:45 1196 Structural Investigations of DHI-Melanin Aggregates - P. Farmer, S. Gidanian, T. McIntire, and C. Moore (University of California, Irvine)
3:00 1197 Ligand Nanoengineering: Cytochrome c Bound to Metal (Au, Ag) Electrodes - J.W. Wei and D. Waldeck (Univerisity of Pittsburgh)
3:15 Forty-Five Minute Intermission
4:00 1198 A Biomolecular Nanomotor Imitating Viral DNA-Packaging Driven by Six ATP-Binding RNAs - P. Guo, S. Hoeprich, D. Moll, D. Grigoriev, D. Shu, L. Huang, C. Chen, and S. Guo (Purdue University)
4:45 1199 Binding Mechanism of Biological of Assemblies and Understanidng Receptor-Ligand Interactions - M. Demirel (Pennslyvania State University)
5:00 1200 Antibacterial And Antiproliferative Activity of C60-(N,N-Dimethylpyrrolidinium Iodide) Derivatives - T. Mashino, D. Nishikawa, K. Takahashi (Kyoritsu College of Pharmacy), T. Yamori (Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research), T. Endo, and M. Mochizuki (Kyoritsu College of Pharmacy)
5:15 1201 Diaphorase-Based Enzyme Electrodes for Fuel Cell Applications - M. Nishizawa (Tohoku Unversity), J. Sato, T. Ohashi, M.K. Islam, T. Yasukawa, and T. Matsue (Tohoku University)


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