January 22, 2020
Woo-hoo! Team Biosensor revels in successful 1.0 minute VBR demo for TAE board members (raw data shown on screen). Shown are (left to right) Nick Drago, Apurva Bhasin, and Eric Choi.

Electrochemical quantification of glycated and non-glycated human serum albumin in synthetic urine
Aisha Attar, Mark Richardson, Gaetano Speciale, Sudipta Majumdar,; Rebekah Dyer, Emily Sanders, Reginald M. Penner*, Gregory Weiss*,

ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 11 (2019) 4757.
10.1021/acsami.8b16071

Biomolecular damage caused by elevated serum glucose manifests in the glycation of molecules found in blood. The concentration of glycated molecules provides a direct indication of this damage, and the degree to which normal blood glucose has been elevated, over a specified time period. Aisha and her coworkers devised an elegant electrochemical biosensor able to rapidly and simultaneously measure the concentration of both forms of HSA - glycated and non-glycated. The detection limits she demonstrates exceeds the requirements for intermediate-term glycemic control monitoring in diabetes patients at 5 and 1 nM for albumin and its glycated forms, respectively.





November 19, 2019
Joe Gonzales is a 2019 ABRCMS Presentation Awardee!
His poster is titled: Programming
Mesoporosity of Niobium (V) Oxide
Thin Films. Congrats Joe!!


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