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Dössel, Olaf

World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, September 7 - 12, 2009, Munich, Germany

Dössel, Olaf - World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, September 7 - 12, 2009, Munich, Germany, ebook

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1. Silicon Eye
Sandeep Thuvvakkadan, Vignesh Janardhanan Nair

2. Automated Assembly of Dynamic Micro-Bead Arrays Using a Multi-arm Laser Manipulator with Computer Vision
Y. Tanaka, H. Kawada, S. Tsutsui, M. Ishikawa, H. Kitajima

3. A Nano-porous Aerogel Biochip for Molecular Recognition of Nucleotide Acids
Yen Kuang Li, Den-Kai Yang, Yun-Chu Chen, Hung-Ju Su, Jui-Chuang Wu, Yui Whei Chen-Yang

4. Biodegradable Polymeric Implants as Drug Delivery Systems for Brain Cancer Therapy
Norased Nasongkla

5. CH2-Symmetric/CH2-Antisymmetric Stretch Ratio Sensor for Cell Analysis
S. Driesche, W. Witarski, M. J. Vellekoop

6. Optimization of Ligand Surface Concentration for Biosensor based on Imaging Ellipsometry
Yu Niu, Gang Jin

7. Are Defibrillation Thresholds Ruled by a Hyperbolic Strength Duration Relationship?
Werner Irnich

8. Development of a Patient Controlled, Telemetric Bolus System for an Implantable Infusion Pump
A. Knopp, K. -H. Otto, S. Klein, B. Nestler

9. Finite Element Modelling of Microphysiometry on Cellular Specimen
M. Brischwein, D. Grundl, X. Zhang, Wolf

10. CD146 detection with real-time total internal reflection imaging ellipsometry
Li Liu, Yu Niu, YongHong Meng, She Chen, XiYun Yan, Gang Jin

11. Space saving Mixed Signal FPGAs for improving processing power and memory capacity as a replacement for μCs in portable biosensor devices
M. Schmidhuber, J. Bähr, F. Ilchmann, J. Wiest, B. Wolf

12. Nanomaterial based electrochemical transducing platforms for biomedical applications
A. Escosura-Muñiz, A. Ambrosi, M. Maltez, B. Pérez-López, S. Marín, A. Merkoçi

13. Sensor chips for multiparametric real time monitoring of cell metabolism and drug response
M. Zottmann, J. Wiest, T. Flurschütz, M. Schmidhuber, B. Wolf

14. Microfluidic platform for the initiation and investigation of cellular interactions on a single-cell level
M. Kirschbaum, M. S. Jäger, C. Duschl

15. Esophageal Flow Control Module for Treatment of Obesity
S. S. R. F. Rosa, J. C. Carvalho Júnior, L. M. Brasil, A. F. Rocha, J. C. Carvalho

16. Basic Concepts for Active Implantable Valve Development
M. Biehl, O. Scholz

17. Estimation of Magnetic Nanoparticle Diameter with a Magnetic Particle Spectrometer
S. Biederer, T. Knopp, T. F. Sattel, K. Lüdtke-Buzug, B. Gleich, J. Weizenecker, J. Borgert, T. M. Buzug

18. Fate of drug loaded-LNCs in cell culture medium - impact on drug delivery strategies
H. W. Rohm, T. Perrier, N. Lautram, K. -P. Schmitz, P. Saulnier, M. Löbler

19. Speeding up sensor response times by modifying the geometry of the fluidic channel of a disposable array compatible sensor housing for surface acoustic wave biosensors
B. E. Rapp, F. J. Gruhl, K. Länge, M. Rapp

20. Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Biosensor Chip System - a Promising Alternative for Biomedical Applications
F. J. Gruhl, B. E. Rapp, M. Rapp, K. Länge

21. Multiparametric NeuroLab with integrated MEA & life support
F. Ilchmann, J. Meyer, M. Schmidhuber, M. Zottmann, B. Becker, B. Wolf

22. QCM Based on Flow System for Cardiovascular Disease
K. Wong-ek, O. Chailapakul, J. Prommas, K. Jaruwongrungsee, N. Nuntawong, A. Tuantranont

23. Automated 24 well neuro-screening system with life support
F. Ilchmann, B. Becker, D. Grundl, J. Meyer, B. Wolf

24. Manufacture of SU-8 Micro-Grippers for Mechanical Characterization of Gut Epithelial Cells
R. E. Mackay, H. R. Le, R. P. Keatch, Q. Zhao

25. Mathematical methods for interpretation of metabolic signals from living cells on biohybrid sensor chips
T. Flurschütz, D. Grundl, M. Zottmann, J. Wiest, B. Wolf

26. Electroactive Nanoporous Valve for Controlled Drug Delivery
R. Kurz, A. Sickinger, A. Robitzki

27. Fieldbus controlled live support system for cell-based biohybrid measuring systems
F. Demmel, D. Grundl, M. Schmidhuber, J. Wiest, B. Wolf

28. Traveling-wave electrohydrodynamics: a versatile method for collecting nanoscaled objects from fluids
M. Boettcher, M. S. Jaeger, M. Stuke, C. Duschl

29. Preparation of functional magnetic cationic polymeric liposomes via a simple process
X. F. Liang, H. J. Wang, J. Chang

30. Fluorescent Gold Nanoclusters for Biomedical Applications
Cheng-An J. Lin, Chin-Hsien Lee, Hung-I Yeh, Walter H. Chang

31. Microelectrode Array (MEA) high resolution electrophysiological mapping of cardiac cell, tissue and organ preparations
T. Meyer, U. Kraushaar, E. Guenther

32. α-fetoprotein analysis in human serum through quartz crystal microbalance
S. L. Huang, C. S. Lin, Y. S. Lu, S. B. Jong, M. H. Yang, H. Y. Chang, H. Y. Hsun, Y. C. Tyan

33. Development of a generic multiple frequency signal generator for BioMEMS
N. A. Kadri, K. F. Hoettges, M. P. Hughes

34. Precise Deposition of Electrospun Nanofibers and Electrospraying of Nanoparticles as Enabling Techniques for Biomedical Engineering Applications
S. Neubert, M. Eblenkamp, D. Pliszka, sS. Sundarrajan, S. Ramakrishna, E. Wintermantel

35. Nanomaterials for Positive Contrast Imaging of MR-Visible Implants
I. Slabu, G. Güntherodt, T. Schmitz-Rode, M. Hodenius, N. Krämer, G. A. Krombach, J. Otto, U. Klinge, M. Baumann

36. Femtosecond Laser Microstructuring and Bioactivation of Titanium Surfaces for Middle Ear Ossicular Replacement Prosthesis
J. Ilgner, S. Biedron, D. Klee, E. Fadeeva, B. Chichkov, M. Westhofen

37. Automation of Chemosensitivity Testing - Enabling Personalized Cancer Therapy
B. Becker, D. Grundl, S. Etzbach, M. Zottmann, M. Brischwein, B. Wolf

38. A novel fabrication route to integrating label-free detection of DNA hybridization in microfluidic channel
J. H. Jiang, M. L. Bo, D. C. Jiang, J Wang, L. Yang, K. -L. Paul Sung

39. Concept of a Microfluidics and Tunneling Effect-Based BioMEMS to Detect Cells
Shengbo Sang, Ulrike Fröber, Hartmut Witte

40. Simulation of Drug Release for the Development of Drug-Eluting Stents - Influence of Design and Manufacturing Parameters on Drug Release Kinetics
N. Grabow, S. Siewert, K. Sternberg, H. Martin, K. -P. Schmitz

41. Application of an Electronic Nose to Diagnose Liver Cirrhosis from the Skin Surface
K. Witt, T. Jochum, W. Poitz, K. J. Bär, A. Voss

42. Development and Fabrication of Multielectrode Arrays for Immuno-Assisted Whole Cell Detection Systems
A. Steude, O. Pänke, S. Schmidt, A. A. Robitzki

43. Sample Preparation on-chip: Accumulation, Lysis of and DNA Extraction from Bacteria
M. Moschallski, C. Dorrer, M. Kubon, P. Rothacher, J. Weile, B. Hagmeyer, K. Fuchsberger, K. -H. Boven, A. Moeller, R. Mohrlok, M. Stelzle

44. Towards Artificial Liver Sinusoids by Dielectrophoretic Cell Assembly in Microfluidic System for Use in Substance Screening
J. Schütte, B. Angres, K. Benz, C. Freudigmann, B. Hagmeyer, F. Holzner, M. Kubon, J. Böttger, R. Gebhardt, H. Becker, M. Stelzle

45. Application of Supported Phospholipids Bilayer Bilayers for Biosensor Based on Imaging Ellipsometry
Y. Y. Chen, Y. B. Zhang, C. X. Wang, Z. J. Ding, C. H. Huang, W. R. Chang, G. Jin

46. Chitosan cushioned air stable single PEGylated phospholipid bilayers
Y. B. Zhang, Y. Y. Chen, Z. J. Ding, C. X. Wang, H. Huang, G. Jin

47. Application of Carbonyl Iron Powder as a Novel Mediator for Arterial Embolization Hyperthermia—Feasibility Investigation
Lingyun Zhao, Wei Jiang, Yongjian Jin, Xiaowen Wang, Xufei Wang, Jintian Tang

48. Development of a Multifunctional Microfluidic System for Studies of Nerve Cell Activity during Hypoxic and Anoxic Conditions
Nazanin Bitaraf, Ahmed Ahmed, Michael Druzin, Kerstin Ramser

49. A Novel Microfluidic Based Technique for Encapsulation of Langerhans´ Islets Using High Viscosity Alginate and BaSO4 Nanoparticles
F. Ehrhart, Patrick Stumpf, S. Wiedemeier, E. Weyand, R. Danzebrink, M. M. Weber, J. Metze, V. Sukhorukov, U. Zimmermann, H. Zimmermann

50. Analysis of chemotactic activity of mammalian cells in a microfluidic device
A. Lankenau, A. Renner, C. Duschl

51. An Adjustable Optofluidic Micro Lens Enhancing Single Cell Analysis Systems
M. Rosenauer, M. J. Vellekoop

52. Artificial urinary bladder - focal technical challenges
M. Roth, D. Kirchleitner, D. Jocham, H. Wassermann

53. Design and Performance of an improved active subretinal chip
Steffen Kibbel, Alex Harscher, Walter-G. Wrobel, Eberhart Zrenner, Albrecht Rothermel

54. An intelligent implant system for monitoring and biofeedback therapy of snoring
Dan Anker Hofsøy, Johannes Clauss, Bernhard Wolf

55. Driving force of a neutrophile in liquid using concentration Marangorni effect for developing microcapsule for Drug Delivery Systems
M. Tamagawa, K. Matsumura

56. Cellular Uptake of Gold Nanoparticles into Normal and Cancer Cells
Jade Trono, Kazue Mizuno, Noritaka Yusa, Takehisa Matsukawa, Mitsuru Uesaka

57. Study to trap fluid microcapsules in artificial blood vessel by producing local acoustic radiation force
Kohji Masuda, Ryusuke Nakamoto, Yusuke Muramatsu, Yoshitaka Miyamoto, Keri Kim, Toshio Chiba

58. Diamond microelectrodes for amperometric detection of secretory cells activity
A. Pasquarelli, V. Carabelli, Y. Xu, Z. Gao, A. Marcantoni, E. Kohn, E. Carbone

59. Local electrical stimulation of single myocytes using three-dimensional electrode arrays with small interelectrode distances
D. Braeken, R. Huys, D. Jans, Josine Loo, D. R. Rand, G. Borghs, G. Callewaert, C. Bartic

60. On-Surface Amplification of L-Glutamate Using a Patterned Bi-enzymatic System
D. R. Rand, D. Braeken, Y. Mulla, G. Borghs, C. Bartic

61. The role of microrheological red blood cell properties in efficiency of drug transport and their delivery to cellular targets
A. V. Muravyov, S. V. Cheporov, F. A. Chuchkanov, A. A. Muravyov

62. A polymer based local drug delivery system on plasma activated silicon implant surfaces
H. W. Rohm, K. Sternberg, T. Stöver, G. Paasche, S. Barcikowski, A. Hahn, K. -P. Schmitz

63. Particle-Size Distribution of Dextran- and Carboxydextran-Coated Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Imaging
K. Lüdtke-Buzug, S. Biederer, T. F. Sattel, T. Knopp, T. M. Buzug

64. Size depended electrical properties of Hydroxyapatite nanoparticles
V. Bystrov, N. Bystrova, Yu. Dekhtyar, A. Karlov, A. Katashev, C. Meissner, E. Paramonova, N. Polyaka, A Sapronova

65. Microscale Organization of Chondrocyte Array in Hydrogel by Dielectrophoresis
S. Miyata, Y. Takeuchi

66. Iron oxide nanoparticles conjugated with trastuzumab as an immunospecific probe for detecting HER2 antigen
S. Rasaneh, H. Rjabi, H. Babaei

67. Determination of Tannic Acid Precipitated with Bovine Serum Albumin by Visible Light Scattering by a Flow-Injection System
Tzong-Jih Cheng, Chien-Yu Chung, Po-Chung Chen, Richie L. C. Chen

68. Magnetron Enhanced Plasma-Polymerization for Biocompatible Sensor Coatings and Membranes on Polymeric Based Materials
F. Olcaytug, L. Ledernez, G. Dame, P. Zahn, H. Yasuda, G. Urban

69. Fully electronic cellular migration assays with field-effect transistor arrays
S. Ingebrandt, S. Schäfer, R. Stockmann, A. Offenhäusser

70. Artificial Urinary Diversion System - kinematic requirements on fixation
D. Kirchleitner, M. Roth, D. Jocham, H. Wassermann

71. Compact Drug Delivery System for Analysis Arrays
M. Scheuenpflug, T. C. Lueth

72. Effect of Polymer Molecular Weight on Morphology and Particle Size of Chitosan Microspheres Prepared via Spray Drying Method
S. Taranejoo, M. Rafienia, M. Janmaleki, M. Kamali, L. Sadeghzadeh

73. The Use of Body Motion for Powering Biomedical Devices
E. Romero, R. O. Warrington, M. R. Neuman

74. Economic feasibility studies in the field of Active Implants and Biosensors over Simulations: A methodology for structured and valid results
Ch. Elsner, D. Häckl, H. Wiesmeth

75. Dual phosphatidylglyceroglycerol-based thermosensitive liposomes for MR-guided chemothermotherapy
T. Wang, M. Hossann, M. Peller, H. M. Reinl, M. Reiser, R. D. Issels, L. H. Lindner

76. Monitoring adherent cell cultures in microtiter-plates by a wireless sensory system
J. Wissenwasser, M. Milnera, L. Farmer, C. Höpfner, M. Vellekoop, R. Heer

77. In-vitro characterization of an implantable thermal flow sensor for hydrocephalus
J. Burger, T. Bork, A. Hogg, M. Lempen, D. Mueller, D. Joss, T. Bardyn, P. Buechler, H . Keppner, Y. Tardy

78. Concentration-dependent multi-parametric functional screening of CNS drugs with neuronal networks on microelectrode arrays
O. H. -U. Schroeder, A. Gramowski, K. Jügelt, D. G. Weiss

79. Electric Field Characteristics of Bipolar Impedance Sensors
P. Kassanos, R. H. Bayford, A. Demosthenous

80. Hemodynamic response with an artificial myocardial assistance in chronic animal examination
Y. Shiraishi, T. Yambe, Y. Saijo, M. Shibata, H. Liu, T. Sugai, A. Tanaka, S. Konno, A. Baba, T. Fujimoto, K. Imachi, M. Yoshizawa, S. Nitta, H. Sasada, K. Tabayashi, Y. Sato, M. Umezu, D. Homma

81. Implantable sensor system for the monitoring of bone healing
M. Sattler, J. Clauss, M. Schmidhuber, J. Belsky, B. Wolf

82. Spontaneous Activity of Rat Embryonic Cardiac Myocytes
D. Jans, D. Braeken, D. Rand, C. Bartic, G. Callewaert

83. The Design and Construction of a Set of Modular Synthetic BioLogic Devices for Programming Cells
B. Wang, R. Kitney, M. Buck, M. Jovanovic, N. Joly, E. James

84. An Innovative Rotational Magnetic System to Enhance Cell Transfection with Magnetic Nanoparticles
Dahmani Ch., Helling Fl., Weyh Th., Plank Ch.

85. PROTMINE: A Web Service Based Tool to Interpreter Clinical Proteomic Data
M. Giacomini, S. Ravaschio, S. Nadai, A. Petretto, G. Melioli

86. Silicon Based Multi Parametric Biohybrid Microsensor Chips
Y. Eminağa, J. Wiest, M. Remm, M. Brischwein, B. Wolf

87. Stent-Based Plasmid Gene Delivery into Porcine Coronary Artery
L. H. Zhang, T. Luo, C. Zhang, P. Luo, X. Jin, H. F. Sun, C. X. Song, R. L. Gao

88. Disruption of Microvessels by Focused Ultrasound with Microbubbles to Cause the Extravasation of Macromolecules and Observed by Two-photon Fluorescence Microscopy
Kuo-Wei Lu, Chi-Hsun Huang, Chun-Chin Wang, Win-Li Lin

89. Micro- and Nanosensors for Medical Applications
Urban Gerald A.

90. Ferroelectric Nanoparticles for Contrast Enhancement Microwave Tomography: Feasibility Assessment for Detection of Lung Cancer
S. Semenov, N. Pham, S. Egot-Lemaire

91. MEA Neurosensor, the Tool for Synaptic Activity Detection: Acute Amyloid- β Oligomers Synaptotoxicity Study
I. Benilova, I. Kuperstein, K. Broersen, J. Schymkowitz, F. Rousseau, C. Bartic, B. Strooper

92. Development of Tri-component Copolymer Rods as Implantable Drug Delivery Systems for Liver Cancer Therapy
N. Nasongkla, P. Akarajiratun, S. Hongeng

93. Microchip-Integrated EOSCs (Electrolyte Oxide Semiconductor Capacitors) as Devices for High Efficiency and Selective Electroporation of Mammalian Cells
M. Maschietto, S. Girardi, M. Maschio, S. Vassanelli

94. Sensors for Healthcare Monitoring - Proteins, Viruses and Blood-Group-Typing
F. L. Dickert, P. A. Lieberzeit, A. Seifner, R. Schirhagl, Christof Jungbauer

95. The interaction between charged macroions induced by rod-like ions
K. Bohinc, A. Iglič, S. Maset, S. May

96. Integration of Micro Fluidic Bio-chip Design and Automatic fluorescent Identification for Rapid Sperm Mobility Assessment
Li-Chern Pan, Fang-Chi Hsu, Yun-Ying Wu, Fan-Gang Tseng, Da-Jen Yao, Yieh Loong Tsai, Jiann-Loung Hwang

97. Interfacing metallic ohmic contacts in biocompatible ceramic substrates with diamond surfaces for biosensing applications
M. A. Neto, E. L. Silva, A. J. S. Fernandes, F. J. Oliveira, R. F. Silva

98. Chemical Modification of Surfaces for Biochemical and Medical Sensor Applications
V. C. Ayala, K. Moosmann, O. Prucker, J. Rühe, L. M. Reindl

99. Minimizing Stress Exposure to Cells Using Novel Microfluidic Cell Capture Devices
G. Kijanka, I. K. Dimov, R. Burger, J. Ducrée

100. Development of EGFR-Targeting Nanomedicine for Effectively and Noninvasively Treats Lung Cancer Patients by Aerosol Delivery
Ching-Li Tseng, Yueh-Hsiu Wu, Su-Wen Yu, Kai-Chiang Yang, Feng-Huei Lin

101. Amperometric Microbiosensors Based on PQQ-Dependent Glucose Dehydrogenase towards the Development of an ATP Biosensor for in vitro Analysis
C. Weber, E. Gauda, E. Hecht, B. Mizaikoff, C. Kranz

102. Remote Controlled Drug Release Induced by a Rotating Magnetic Field
W. Andrä, T. Gesener, A. Raabgrund, M. E. Bellemann

103. Microfluidics for Drug Delivery
S. Haeberle, D. Hradetzky, A. Schumacher, M. Vosseler, S. Messner, R. Zengerle

104. Cell Based Assays for Label Free Investigation of Living Cells
J. Wiest, M. Schmidhuber, D. Grundl, F. Demmel, M. Zottmann, H. Grothe, M. Brischwein, B. Wolf

105. Silicon based Devices for Intracellular applications
R. Gómez-Martínez, M. Duch, A. Sanchez, J. A. Plaza, J. Esteve

106. Cell Select – A New Concept for Collecting of Rare Cell Populations in vivo
S. Pietschmann, R. Martin, T. Schoen, J. P. Spatz, U. Pison

107. Combined AFM-SECM: Towards a novel platform for imaging microbiosensors
Justyna Wiedemair, Jong-Seok Moon, D. E. Eaton, Boris Mizaikoff, Christine Kranz

108. Microfluidic Platform for Investigating Small Blood Vessels
Conrad Lochovsky, Andrei Vagaon, Sanjesh Yasotharan, Darcy Lidington, Julia Voigtlaender-Bolz, Steffen-Sebastian-Bolz, Axel Günther

109. Characterization of Electron Conduction in Unsaturated Organic Monolayers on Silicon(111) Using Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy
T. C. Chilcott, H. G. L. Coster, D. Zamri

110. The study of micro liter Insulin injection system by Osmotic pressure for Diabetes therapy
Toshiaki Nagakura, Kazuki Inada, Yuuto Susuki, Naohiro Yoshida, Akira Yamada, Masashi Ikeuchi, Koji Ikuta

111. Amperometric Monitoring of Substance-P Levels in Biological Fluids
J. Horak, B. Enderle, H. Bakirci, G. A. Urban

112. High Throughput Microelectrode Array Platforms for Quantitative Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Drug Development Using Spontaneously Active Neural Tissue
Guenter W. Gross

Keywords: Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biophysics and Biological Physics

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2009
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