Mimicking the mammalian sense of taste through single-component and multicomponent analyte sensors

Sheryl L. Wiskur, Axel Metzger, John J. Lavigne, Stephen E. Schneider, Eric V. Anslyn, John McDevitt, Dean Neikirk, Jason B. Shear

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An array for the simultaneous detection of multiple analytes in a solution has been developed. Single analyte receptors on resin beads in conjunction with fluorescent and colorimetric signaling strategies are the basis of the sensing ensemble. The pattern created is specific for each particular set of stimuli, allowing for analyte detection, analogous to the mammalian tongue.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)276-288
Number of pages13
JournalACS Symposium Series
Volume825
StatePublished - 2002

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Wiskur, S. L., Metzger, A., Lavigne, J. J., Schneider, S. E., Anslyn, E. V., McDevitt, J., ... Shear, J. B. (2002). Mimicking the mammalian sense of taste through single-component and multicomponent analyte sensors. ACS Symposium Series, 825, 276-288.

Mimicking the mammalian sense of taste through single-component and multicomponent analyte sensors. / Wiskur, Sheryl L.; Metzger, Axel; Lavigne, John J.; Schneider, Stephen E.; Anslyn, Eric V.; McDevitt, John; Neikirk, Dean; Shear, Jason B.

In: ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 825, 2002, p. 276-288.

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Wiskur, SL, Metzger, A, Lavigne, JJ, Schneider, SE, Anslyn, EV, McDevitt, J, Neikirk, D & Shear, JB 2002, 'Mimicking the mammalian sense of taste through single-component and multicomponent analyte sensors', ACS Symposium Series, vol. 825, pp. 276-288.
Wiskur, Sheryl L. ; Metzger, Axel ; Lavigne, John J. ; Schneider, Stephen E. ; Anslyn, Eric V. ; McDevitt, John ; Neikirk, Dean ; Shear, Jason B. / Mimicking the mammalian sense of taste through single-component and multicomponent analyte sensors. In: ACS Symposium Series. 2002 ; Vol. 825. pp. 276-288.
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