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IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience

Issue 1 • Date March 2006

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  • Table of contents

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s): c1
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  • IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience publication information

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  • Dielectrophoresis of DNA: time- and frequency-dependent collections on microelectrodes

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):1 - 8
    Cited by:  Papers (49)  |  Patents (2)
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    This paper reports measurements that characterize the collection of DNA onto interdigitated microelectrodes by high-frequency dielectrophoresis. Measurements of time-dependent collection of 12 kilobase pair plasmid DNA onto microelectrodes by dielectrophoresis show significant reduction in the response as the frequency increases from 100 kHz to 20 MHz. Collection time profiles are quantitatively m... View full abstract»

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  • Nanofabrication of polymer surfaces utilizing colloidal lithography and ion etching

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):9 - 14
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    In this paper, we utilize colloidal lithography based on electrostatic self-assembly of polystyrene colloidal particles onto a polymer surface as a nanoscale mask. The pattern is then transferred to the surface by ion beam etching. Each particle acts as an individual mask, resulting in an array of identical structure. Ion beam exposure etches away the unmasked surface between the particles, so the... View full abstract»

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  • Peptide-directed binding of quantum dots to integrins in human fibroblast

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):15 - 19
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    There is currently a major international effort aimed at integrating semiconductor nanostructures with biological structures. This paper reports the use of peptide sequences with certain motifs like artinine-glycine-aspartic acid (RGD) and leucine-aspartic acid-valine (LDV) to functionalize zinc sulfide (ZnS)-capped cadmiun selenide (CdSe) quantum dots, so that the quantum dot-peptide complexes se... View full abstract»

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  • The effects of colloidal nanotopography on initial fibroblast adhesion and morphology

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):20 - 31
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    Colloidal lithography offers a simple, inexpensive method of producing irregular nanotopographies, a pattern not easily attainable utilizing conventional serial writing processes. Colloids with 20- or 50-nm diameter were utilized to produce such an irregular topography and were characterized by calculating the percentage area coverage of particles. Interparticle and nearest neighbor spacing were a... View full abstract»

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  • A mathematical formulation of DNA computation

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):32 - 40
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    DNA computation is to use DNA molecules for information storing and processing. The task is accomplished by encoding and interpreting DNA molecules in suspended solutions before and after the complementary binding reactions. DNA computation is attractive, due to its fast parallel information processing, remarkable energy efficiency, and high storing capacity. Challenges currently faced by DNA comp... View full abstract»

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  • Computational modeling of a new fluorescent biosensor for caspase proteolytic activity improves dynamic range

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):41 - 45
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    The class of fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) protein biosensors that are useful for measuring protease activity is composed of a tandem fusion of yellow fluorescent protein (YFP), a cleavage recognition sequence, and cyan fluorescent protein (CFP). The dynamic range of these FRET-based protein biosensors is often weak, but applications such as high throughput drug screening require s... View full abstract»

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  • Rule generation for protein secondary structure prediction with support vector machines and decision tree

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):46 - 53
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    Support vector machines (SVMs) have shown strong generalization ability in a number of application areas, including protein structure prediction. However, the poor comprehensibility hinders the success of the SVM for protein structure prediction. The explanation of how a decision made is important for accepting the machine learning technology, especially for applications such as bioinformatics. Th... View full abstract»

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  • The state of the art of nanobioscience in Japan

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):54 - 65
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    This paper reviews a part of the state of the art of nanobioscience in Japan. The importance of combination and integration of interdisciplinary principles is emphasized for the development of nanobioscience. Biomagnetics, biomechanics, nanomachining, self-replicating cell model, neuronal network, drug delivery system, and tissue engineering are discussed View full abstract»

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  • Special issue on colloidal quantum dots for biomedical applications

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s): 66
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  • 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society: Engineering Revolution in BioMedicine

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s): 67
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  • 7th IEEE EMBS International Summer School on Biomedical Imaging

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s): 68
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  • IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience statement of editorial policy

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s): c3
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The IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience publishes basic and applied papers dealing both with engineering, physics, chemistry, modeling and computer science and with biology and medicine with respect to molecules, cells, tissues. The content of acceptable papers ranges from practical/clinical/environmental applications to formalized mathematical theory.

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Henry Hess
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Columbia University