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In Situ Evaluation of Anticancer Monoclonal Antibody Nivolumab‐DNA Interaction Using a DNA‐Electrochemical Biosensor

Authors: Wesley B. S. Machini Nuno V. Marques Prof. Dr. Ana Maria Oliveira‐Brett


Journal: ChemElectroChem 2019

Electropolymerization of thiazole derivative bearing thiophene and its application in capacitors and electrochromic devices

Authors: Kyoung-Sik Choi, Ji Woong Han, Min Hyung Kim, Miyeon Yoon, Yang-Rae Kim, In Tae Kim


Journal: Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2019

Ultraflat Gold QCM Electrodes Fabricated with Pressure-Forming Template Stripping for Protein Studies at the Nanoscale

Authors: Juan A. Rubio-Lara, Frederik Bergler, Simon J. Attwood, J. Michael Edwardson, Mark E. Welland


Journal: Langmuir, 2019

Validation of quartz crystal rheometry in the megahertz frequency regime

Authors: David E. Delgado, Lauren F. Sturdy, Craig W. Burkhart, Kenneth R. Shull

Journal: Inc. J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. 2019

Versatile and High-Throughput Polyelectrolyte Complex Membranes via Phase Inversion

Authors: Kazi Sadman, David E. Delgado, Yechan Won, Qifeng Wang, Kimberly A. Gray, Kenneth R. Shull


Journal: ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2019, 11(17), 16018-16026.

3D-printed Point-of-Care Platform for Genetic Testing of Infectious Diseases Directly in Human Samples Using Acoustic Sensors and a Smartphone

Authors:
George Papadakis, Alexandros K. Pantazis, Maria Ntogka, Konstantinos Parasyris, Gesthimani-Ioanna Theodosi, Georgia Kaprou, Electra Gizeli

Journal:
ACS Sens. 2019451329-1336

Examination of High Frequency MHz Rheology of Filled Polymer Composites and Photopolymers

Author:
Chyi-Huey Joshua Ye

Ph.D. Thesis

Northwestern University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, September, 2017

Tuning Charge Storage Properties of Supercapacitive Electrodes Evidenced by In Situ Gravimetric and Viscoelastic Explorations

Journal:  Anal. Chem.

Authors:  FWanli Gao, Catherine Debiemme-Chouvy, Mohammed Lahcini, Hubert Perrot, and Ozlem Sel

Abstract: Revealed by an integrated electrogravimetric and viscoelastic method, slightly electrochemically reduced graphene oxide (ERGO) presents an anion preference for charge storage and delivery, while with the progressive removal of oxygen functionalities on its basal planes, cations begin to predominate in charge compensation. This “anion-to-cation” evolution in neutral aqueous media can not only affect the electrochemical charge storage, but also play an important role in electrode’s viscoelasticity. It was demonstrated that oxygen functionalities could modify the interactions between graphene layers and even contribute to pseudocapacitances. However, the role of oxygen functionalities in species transfer and viscoelastic variations still remains poorly understood. Herein, a combined methodology of electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (EQCM), ac-electrogravimetry and electroacoustic impedance measurements was proposed for characterizing the electrochemical and viscoelastic responses of graphene oxides with various degree of electrochemical reduction. With the removal of oxygen containing functional groups, ERGO electrode exhibits (i) a gradually enhanced specific capacitance (Cs) with increased flexibility (decreased storage moduli, G′); (ii) a dehydration process of cations (i.e., from Na+·2H2O to Na+·H2O); and (iii) a potential-dependent “stiffened-softened” behavior. These results open the door for a suitable design of GO-based materials for electrochemical energy storage and shed light on electronic devices where ion-selective behavior plays a key role.Keywords: Electrochemical Quartz crystal microbalance, ,

Link: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.analchem.8b04886

Ion Dynamics at the Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Based Composite Electrode/Electrolyte Interface: Influence of the Cation Size and the Electrolyte pH

Authors: Freddy Escobar-Teran, Hubert Perrot, and Ozlem Sel
Journal: J. Phys. Chem C (2019)

Piezoelectric biosensors

Authors:  Petr Skládal

Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Journal: Trends in Analytical Chemistry

Abstract: Progress in the field of piezoelectric (quartz crystal microbalance-based) biosensors in the recent five years is reviewed. In addition to the traditional immunosensing assays, the combination with detection of nucleic acids is addressed, biosensing of microbes and novel applications in the field of cellular biology are highlighted. The signal enhancing strategies based on both biochemical cascades (often involving nanoparticles) and technological improvements of instrumentation are discussed.

Keywords: Quartz crystal microbalance, Immunosensor, Nucleic acid sensor, Eukaryotic cellular studies, Instrumentation for piezosensors