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Journal Articles Concerning the SASS 3000 Series Dry air samplers

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Journal Articles Concerning the SASS 2000 Series Wet air samplers

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Evanescent Wave Biosensor Technology:
Journal Articles and Presentations Concerning the RAPTOR™

  • Viswaprakash Nanduri, Giyoung Kim, Mark T. Morgan, Daniel Ess, Byoung-Kwon Hahm, Aparna Kothapalli, Angela Valadez, Tao Geng and Arun K. Bhunia, "Antibody Immobilization on Waveguides Using a Flow-Through System Shows Improved Listeria moncytogenes Detection in an Automated Fiber Optic Biosensor: RAPTOR™", Sensors, 6, 808-822 (2006).
  • Giyoung Kim, Mark T. Morgan, Daniel Ess, Byoung-Kwon Hahm, Aparna Kothapalli, Angela Valadez and Arun Bhunia, "Detection of Low Levels of Listeria monocytogenes Using an Automated Fiber-optic Biosensor: RAPTOR", Key Engineering Materials Vols. 321-323 (2006) pp. 1168-1171.
  • George P. Anderson, Nandan L. Nerukar, "Improved fluoroimmunoassays using Alexa Fluor 647 with the RAPTOR, a fiber optic biosensor," Journal of Immunological Methods, 27, 17-24 (2002).
  • M. F. Kramer and D. V.Lim, "A Rapid and Automated Fiber Optic-Based Biosensor Assay for the Detection of Salmonella in Spent Irrigation Water Used in the Sprouting of Sprout Seeds," Journal of Food Protection, 67, 46-52 (2004).
  • G. P. Anderson, B. M. Lingerfelt, and C. Rowe-Taitt, “Eight Analyte Detection Using a Four-Channel Optical Biosensor,” Sensor Letters, 2, 18-24 (2004).
  • D. V. Lim, “Detection of microorganisms and toxins with evanescent wave fiber-optic biosensors,” Proc. IEEE 91, 902-907 (2003).
  • T. B. Tims and D. V. Lim, "Confirmation of viable E. coli O157:H7 by enrichment and PCR after rapid biosensor detection," Journal of Microbiological Methods, 55, 141-147 (2003).
  • C. C. Jung, E. W. Saaski, D. A. McCrae, B. M. Lingafelt and G. P. Anderson, "RAPTOR: A Fluoroimmunoassay-Based Fiber Optic Sensor for Detection of Biological Threats," IEEE Sensors Journal, 3, 352-360 (2003).
  • G. P. Anderson and C. A. Rowe-Taitt, “ Water quality monitoring using an automated portable fiber optic biosensor: RAPTOR,”  SPIE Proceedings, 4206, (March 2001).
  • G. P. Anderson, C. A. Rowe-Taitt, and F. S. Ligler, “RAPTOR: A Portable, Automated Biosensor,” First Conference on Point Detection for Chemical and Biological Defense (October 2000).
  • Ellen R. Goldman, Mehran P. Pazirandeh, J. Matthew Mauro, Keeley D. King, Julie C. Frey and George P. Anderson, ” Phage-displayed peptides as biosensor reagents,” Journal of Molecular Recognition, 13 (6), 382 – 387, 2000.
  • D. V. Lim, “Rapid Pathogen Detection in the New Millennium,”National Food Processors Association (NFPA) Journal, 13 – 17 (October 2000).
  • G. P. Anderson, K. D. King, K. L. Gaffney, and L. H. Johnson, “Multi-Analyte Interrogation Using the Fiber Optic Biosensor,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 14, 771 – 777 (2000).
  • K. D. King, et al., “Detecting Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B Using an Automated Fiber Optic Biosensor,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 14, 163 – 170 (1999).
  • E. W. Saaski and C. C. Jung, “A Family of Low-Power Bioassay Devices,” MASINT Biological Defense Science and Technology Symposium Proceedings, Patrick AFB, FL (1998).
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Journal Articles and Presentations Concerning the Analyte 2000™

  • Angela M. Valadez, Carlos A. Lana, Shu-I Tu, Mark T. Morgan and Arun K. Bhunia, "Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Biosensor for Salmonella Detection in Food", Sensors 2009, 9, 5810-5824.
  • Tao Geng, Joe Uknalis, Su-I Tu and Arun K. Bhunia, "Fiber-Optic Biosensor Employing Alexa-Fluor Conjugated Antibody for Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 from Ground Beef in Four Hours", Sensors 2006, 6, 796-807.
  • Mark T. Morgan, a, Giyoung Kim, Daniel Ess, Aparna Kothapalli, Byoung-Kwon Hahm, and Arun Bhunia, "Binding Inhibition Assay Using Fiber-Optic Based Biosensor For The Detection Of Foodborne Pathogens", Key Engineering Materials Vols. 321-323 (2006) pp. 1145-1150 (2006).
  • K. A. Donaldson, M. F. Kramer and D. V. Lim, "A rapid detection method for Vaccinia virus, the surrogate for smallpox virus," Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 20, 322-327 (2004).
  • Tao Geng,1 Mark T. Morgan,2 and Arun K. Bhunia1, "Detection of Low Levels of Listeria monocytogenes Cells by Using a Fiber-Optic Immunosensor." Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Oct. 2004, p. 6138-6146.
  • D. R. DeMarco, and D. V. Lim, “Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in 10- and 25-gram ground beef samples with an evanescent-wave biosensor with silica and polystyrene waveguides,” J. Food Prot, 596-602 (2002).
  • D. Lim, "Rapid Biosensor Detection of Foodborne Microbial Pathogens," Microbiological methods Forum News, 18, 13-17 (June 2001).
  • D. V. Lim, “Rapid Pathogen Detection in the New Millennium,”National Food Processors Association (NFPA) Journal, 13 – 17 (October 2000).
  • I. B. Bakaltcheva, F. S. Ligler, C. H. Patterson, and L. C. Shriver-Lake, “Multi-Analyte Explosive Detection using a Fiber Optic Sensor,” Analytica Chima Acta, 399, 13 – 20 (1999).
  • N. Nath and M. Eldefrawi, J. Wright, D. Darwin and M. Huestis, “A Rapid Reusable Fiber Optic Biosensor for Detecting Cocaine Metabolites in Urine,”Journal of Analytical Toxicology, 23, 460 – 467 (1999).
  • D. R. DeMarco, et al., “Rapid Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground Beef Using a Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Journal of Food Protection, 62, 711 – 716 (1999) - Abstract.
  • J. O. Spiker, K. A. Kang, W. N. Drohan, and D. F. Bruley,  “Preliminary Study of Biosensor Optimization for the Detection of Protein C,”Oxygen Transport to Tissue XX, Plenum Press, New York, 681-688 (1998).
  • I. B. Bakaltcheva, L. C. Shriver-Lake, and F. S. Ligler, “A Fiber Optic Biosensor for Multianalyte Detection: Importance of Preventing Fluorophore Aggregation,”Sensors and Actuators B, 51, 46 – 51 (1998).
  • F. S. Ligler, et al., “Remote Sensing Using an Airborne Biosensor,”Environmental Science & Technology, 32, 2461-2466 (1998).
  • B. A. Rowe, et al., “Rapid Detection of D-dimer Using a Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Thromb. Haemost., 79, 94 – 98 (1998).
  • U. Narang, et al., “Enhanced Biosensor Performance Using an Avidin-Biotin Bridge for Antibody Immobilization,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2980 (Advance in Fluorescence Sensing Technology III), 187 – 194 (1997).
  • B. L. Donner, et al., “Transition from Laboratory to On-Site Environmental Monitoring of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene Using a Portable Fiber Optic Biosensor,”ACS Symposium Series, 657 (Immunochemical Technology for Environmental Applications), 198 – 209 (1997).
  • J. P. Golden, et al., “Portable Multichannel Fiber Optic Biosensor for Field Detection,”Optical Engineering, 36, 1008 – 1013 (1997).
  • U. Narang, et al., “Fiber Optic-Based Biosensor for Ricin,”Biosensor & Bioelectronics, 12, 937 – 945 (1997).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, B. L. Donner, and F. S. Ligler, “On-Site Detection of TNT with a Portable Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Environmental Science & Technology, 31, 837 – 841 (1997).
  • L. A. Tempelman, et al., “Quantitating Staphylcoccal Enterotoxin B in Diverse Media Using a Portable Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Analytical Biochemistry, 233, 50 – 57 (1996).
  • G. P. Anderson, K. A. Breslin, and F. S. Ligler, “Assay Development for a Portable Fiber Optic Biosensor,”ASAIO Journal, 42, 942 – 946 (1996).
  • K. Cao, G. P. Anderson, F. S. Ligler J. and Ezzel, “Detection of Yersinia pestis fraction 1 antigen with a fiber optic biosensor,” J. Clin. Microbiol. 33, 336-341 (1995).
  • E. W. Saaski, M. Bizak, and J. Yeatts, “Multimode Evanescent Wave-based Sensors: Enhancement Strategies,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2574 (Pacific Northwest Fiber Optic Workshop), 56 – 63 (1995).
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Magazine/Newspaper Articles Concerning the RAPTOR™

  • C. Aston, "Biological Warfare Canaries," IEEE Spectrum, 35-39 (October 2001).
  • K. R. Rogers and C. L. Gerlach, Update on Environmental Biosensors,Environmental Science & Technology, 4, 500506 (December 1999).
  • J. Ouellette, “Biosensors: Microelectronics marries biology,”The Industrial Physicist, 3, 11 – 14 (September 1998).

Magazine/Newspaper Articles Concerning the Analyte 2000™

  • B. Hoyle, "High-Tech Biosensor Speeds Bacteria Detection," ASM News, 9, 434-435 (September 2001).
  • M. D. Wheeler, “Sensor Warns of Biological Warfare,”Photonics Spectra, 9, 36 (September 1997).
  • C. Beal, “An Invisible Enemy,”Jane’s Defence Magazines, International Defense Review, Vol. 28, 36 – 41 (March 1995).
  • K. Lewotsky, “Taper enhances sensitivity of immunoassay sensor,”Laser Focus World, pp. 46-52 (June 1997).
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Related Journal Articles Concerning Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Biosensors

  • G. P. Anderson, et al., “Quantifying Serum Antiplague Antibody with a Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology, 5, 609 – 612 (1998).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, et al., “Antibody Immobilization Using Heterobifunctional Crosslinkers,”Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 11, 1101 – 1106 (1997).
  • G. P. Anderson, et al., “Effectiveness of Protein A for Antibody Immobilization for a Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 4, 329 – 336 (1997).
  • E. A. James, K. Schmeltzer, and F. S. Ligler, “Detection of Endotoxin Using an Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 60, 189 – 202 (1996).
  • R. M. Wadkins, J. P. Golden, and F. S. Ligler, “Simultaneous Measurement of Cy5.5-Labeled Capture Antibodies and Cy5-Labeld Antigens in a Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2676 (Biomedical Sensing, Imaging, and Tracking Technologies I), 148 – 155 (1996).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, et al., “Detection of TNT in Water Using an Evanescent Wave Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Analytical Chemistry, 67, 2431 – 2435 (1995).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, et al., “Use of Three Longer Wavelength Fluorophores with the Fiber Optic Biosensor,”Sensors and Actuators B, 29, 25 – 30 (1995).
  • D. Wijesuriya, et al., “Regeneration of Immobilized Antibodies on Fiber Optic Probes,”Biosensor & Bioelectronics, 9, 585 – 592 (1994).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, R. A. Ogert, and F. S. Ligler, “An Fiber Optic Evanescent Wave Immunosensor for Large Molecules,”Sensors and Actuators B, 11, 239 – 243 (1993).
  • R. A. Ogert, et al., “Detection of Clostridium botulinium Toxin A Using a Fiber Optic-Based Biosensor,”Analytical Biochemistry, 205, 306 – 312 (1992).
  • L. C. Shriver-Lake, et al., “The Effect of Tapering the Optical Fiber on Evanescent Wave Measurements,”Analytical Letters, 25, 1183 – 1199 (1992).
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Flow Displacement Immunoassay Technology
Journal Articles and Presentations Concerning the FAST 2000™

  • Y.-C. Shia, et al., “A Portable, Rapid, and Sensitive Immunosensor for a New Class of Insecticide,”paper G-04, First North-African and Middle Eastern Symposium on Environmental and Sanitary Analytical Chemistry, Hammamet, Tunisia (7 – 11 March 1999).
  • A. W. Kusterbeck and P. T. Charles, “Field Demonstration of a Portable Flow Immunosensor,”Field Anal. Chem. Tech., 2, 341 – 350 (1998).
  • A. W. Kusterbeck, P. R. Gauger, and P. T. Charles, “Portable Flow Immunosensor for Detecting Drugs and Explosives,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2937 (Chemistry- and Biology-Based Technologies for Contraband Detection), 191 – 196 (1997).
  • H. K. Powell, et al., “Advanced Flow Immunoassay Techniques,”paper SCHB-8, 213th National ACS Meeting, San Francisco, CA (13 – 17 April 1997).

Magazine/Newspaper Articles Concerning the FAST 2000™

  • K. R. Rogers and C. L. Gerlach, Update on Environmental Biosensors,Environmental Science & Technology, 4, 500506 (December 1999).
  • J. Ouellette, “Biosensors: Microelectronics marries biology,”The Industrial Physicist, 3, 11 – 14 (September 1998).
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Related Journal Articles Concerning Flow Displacement Immunoassays

  • S. Y. Rabbany, et al., “A Membrane-Based Displacement Flow Immunoassay,”Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 13, 939 – 944 (1999).
  • S. Y. Rabbeny, et al., “Dissociation Rate Kinetics in a Solid-Phase Flow Immunoassay,”Analytical Letters, 31, 1663 – 1675 (1998).
  • S. Y. Rabbeny, et al., “Assessment of Heterogeneity in Antibody-Antigen Displacement Reactions,”Analytical Chemistry, 69, 175 – 182 (1997).
  • J. C. Bart, L. J. Judd, and A. W. Kusterbeck, “Environmental Immunoassay for the Explosive RDX Using a Fluorescent Dye-Labeled Antigen and the Continuous Flow Immunosensor,”Sensors and Actuators B, 38-39, 411 – 418 (1997).
  • J. C. Bart, et al., “Application of a Portable Immunosensor to Detect the Explosives TNT and RDX in Ground Water Samples,”Environmental Science and Technology, 31, 1505 – 1511 (1997).
  • J. C. Bart, et al., “Detection and Quantitation of the Explosives 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene and Hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine in Ground Water Using a Continuous Flow Immunosensor,”ACS Symposium Series, 657 (Immunochemical Technology for Environmental Applications), 210 – 220 (1997).
  • P. T. Charles, et al., “Continuous Flow Fluorescence Based Immunosensor for the Detection of Explosives and Environmental Pollutants,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 3105 (Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Fiber Sensors IX) 80 – 87, (1997).
  • L. L. Judd, et al., “An Antibody-Based Fluorometric Assay for Detection of the Explosives TNT and PETN,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2388 (Advances in Fluorescence Sensing Technology II), 198 – 204 (1995).
  • S. Y. Rabbeny, et al., “Binding Kinetics of Immobilized Antibodies in a Flow Immunosensor,”Sensors and Actuators B, 29, 72 – 78 (1995).
  • S. Y. Rabbeny, et al., “Effect of Antibody Density on the Displacement Kinetics of a Flow Immunoassay,”J. of Immunological Methods, 168, 227 – 234 (1994).
  • A. W. Kusterbeck, et al., “Flow Immunosensor Detection of Explosives and Drugs of Abuse,”Proc. SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 2092 (Substance Detection Systems, 218 – 226 (1993).
  • J. P. Whelan, et al., “Continuous Flow Immunosensor for Detection of Explosives,”Analytical Chemistry, 65, 3561 – 3565 (1993).
  • G. A. Wemhoff, et al., “Kinetics of Antibody Binding at Solid-Liquid Interfaces in Flow,”J. of Immunological Methods, 156, 223 – 230 (1992).
  • R. A. Ogert, et al., “Detection of Cocaine Using the Flow Immunosensor,”Analytical Letters, 25, 1999 – 2019 (1992).
  • A. W. Kusterbeck, et al., “A Continuous Flow Immunoassay for Rapid and Sensitive Detection of Small Molecules,”J. of Immunological Methods, 135, 191 – 197 (1990).
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Electrochemical Sensing Technology

Magazine/Newspaper Articles Concerning the Hazard Card™

  • S. Wilhelm, “DOE official predicts long-term interest in state,”Puget Sound Business Journal, 23 (October 1994).
  • C. Park, “Little high-tech firm scores big Energy Dept. grant,”Puget Sound Business Journal, 9 (September 1994).
  • J. Swenson, “Partners with the public,”Journal American, pp. C1-C3 (September 1994.)
 
 
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