Smart Biomedical and Physiological Sensor Technology V
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9-12 September 2007
Boston, MA, United States
Front Matter: 6759
Proc. SPIE 6759, Front Matter: Volume 6759, 675901 (19 September 2007);
Novel Biosensing Materials and Platforms
Proc. SPIE 6759, Chemical and biochemical analysis using microfluidic-localized field platforms, 675902 (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Demonstration of composite signal enhancement from surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy in a liquid core optical ring resonator, 675903 (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Hyperspectral Fourier transform spectrometer for spectral self-interference measurements of biological material on surfaces, 675904 (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Vanadium oxide-based bolometric infrared spectrometer, 675905 (4 October 2007);
Sensing at the Cellular Level
Proc. SPIE 6759, Nanoscale and manufacturable sensing tip for biomedical applications, 675906 (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, SERS nano-imaging probes for characterizing extracellular surfaces, 675908 (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Affinity reagent technology development and application to rapid immunochromatographic pathogen detection, 67590A (5 October 2007);
Physiological Sensing I
Proc. SPIE 6759, Optimization of oxygen sensitive optical dye membrane polymers for fluorescent-lifetime-based physiological biosensing, 67590C (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Development of a novel nanomaterial-based optical platform for a protease biosensor, 67590D (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, SERS beacons for multiplexed oligonucleotide detection, 67590F (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, A versatile fiber optic sensor interrogated by high-resolution optical reflectometry, 67590G (4 October 2007);
Physiological Sensing II
Proc. SPIE 6759, Development of a glucose binding protein biosensor, 67590I (4 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Photothermal detection of incipient dental caries: experiment and modeling, 67590J (5 October 2007);
Toward In-vivo Monitoring
Proc. SPIE 6759, Determining two-photon absorption cross sections via nonresonant multiphoton photoacoustic spectroscopy, 67590L (5 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Directional diffusivity as a magnetic resonance (MR) biomarker in demyelinating disease, 67590O (5 October 2007);
Health Monitoring Beyond the Lab
Proc. SPIE 6759, Using laser absorption techniques to monitor diesel particulate matter exposure in underground stone mines, 67590P (5 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Detection of blood-related signal from a series of fingerprint images acquired during an input action, 67590S (5 October 2007);
Poster Session
Proc. SPIE 6759, Application of capillary electrophoresis to the development and evaluation of aptamer affinity probes, 67590T (5 October 2007);
Proc. SPIE 6759, Microfluidic biosensors for intelligent metabolite monitoring, 67590U (5 October 2007);
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