Wednesday, 17 September 2014 00:00

The Landscapes of Taste: The Continuous evolution patterns for electronic-nose-based analysis

Yanxia Hou-BroutinDuring the 2nd DOS World Congress, a special session is dedicated to the New Generation of Sensors & E-nose.

This session will be introduce by Dr Yanxia Hou-Broutin from CEA-Grenoble, France. Recently Dr Hou-Broutin teams have developed a new paradigm based on a combinatorial approach to simplify greatly the preparation of sensing materials for constructing electronic noses / tongues (eN/eT).

 

Instead of designing and synthesizing a large number of differential receptors, that often represents a laborious and time-consuming task, we prepared an array of  combinatorial assemblies behaving as cross-reactive receptors by self assembly of a handful of building blocks (BBs: small and easily accessible molecules with different physicochemical properties) mixed in varying and controlled proportions.
By combining such an array with an optical detection system such as surface plasmon resonance imaging, the obtained eT is capable of generating 3D continuous evolution patterns just like vivid landscapes for each sample. The eT is versatile and efficient for analysis of not only pure proteins but also complex mixtures either in liquid or in gas.

If you would to present your innovative researches related to e-nose, please don't hesitate to submit your abstract before October 6.

For more information about DOS World Congress 2014: www.olfaction-site.com

 

Yanxia Hou-BroutinDuring the 2nd DOS World Congress, a special session is dedicated to the New Generation of Sensors & E-nose.

This session will be introduce by Dr Yanxia Hou-Broutin from CEA-Grenoble, France. Recently Dr Hou-Broutin teams have developed a new paradigm based on a combinatorial approach to simplify greatly the preparation of sensing materials for constructing electronic noses / tongues (eN/eT).
Instead of designing and synthesizing a large number of differential receptors, that often represents a laborious and time-consuming task, we prepared an array of  combinatorial assemblies behaving as cross-reactive receptors by self assembly of a handful of building blocks (BBs: small and easily accessible molecules with different physicochemical properties) mixed in varying and controlled proportions.
By combining such an array with an optical detection system such as surface plasmon resonance imaging, the obtained eT is capable of generating 3D continuous evolution patterns just like vivid landscapes for each sample. The eT is versatile and efficient for analysis of not only pure proteins but also complex mixtures either in liquid or in gas.

If you would to present your innovative researches related to e-nose, please don't hesitate to submit your abstract before October 6.

For more information about DOS World Congress 2014: www.olfaction-site.com

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