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Poly (sodium 4-styrenesulfonate), 300

Polystyrene microgels, 298

Polystyrene microparticles, 224

Polystyrene microspheres, 297

Poly(styrene sulfonate), 300

Poly(vinylpyrrolidone) (PVP), 297

Potassium persulfate, 305

Potentiometric, 186

potentiometric stripping analysis (PSA), 182

Potentiometry, 187

Prostate-specific antigen, 227

Prostate-specific membrane

antigen (PSMA), 312

Protein(s), 157

analyses, 178

conformational changes in, 158

detection, 364

fluorescent, 342

green fluorescent (GFP), 342

GFP-expressing epithelial cells, 318

p-glycoprotein transmembrane

transporter (p-gp), 315

maltose-binding, 217, 314

metallothionein, 21

profiling, 434

protein A, 229

transmembrane tyrosine kinase receptor, 310

Pyrolysis, 206

Qbeads, 324

Quadrupole mass analyzer, 358

Quantification, 324

Quantum confinement, 201

effect, 334

Quantumdot(s) (QD(s)), 13, 100, 200, 291. See also

CdTe QDs; FRET, FRET-based

QD-containing systems; Nanoparticle(s),

QDs and Fe3O4; Polymer(s), beads that

contain a plurality of QDs

discrete QD(s)

coated in amphiphilic polymers, 310

discrete QDs in micelles, 309

discrete QD-polymer composites, 308

magnetic QD-composite, 316

magnetic QD-containing beads, 316

QD compound micelles (QDCMs), 296

QD-encoded polymer beads, 320

QD/Fe3O4-containing silica particles, 316

QD-polyisoprene nanocomposites, 305

QD-polymer composites, 293

QD-polymer composites that contain a plurality

of QDs, 308

QD-polystyrene particles, 297

QD-silica conjugates, 306

quantum dot-composite, 293

Quantum size effect, 335

Quantum yield, 205, 317

Quenching, 228, 296. See also Fluorescence,


self-quenching, 297

Radical initiators, 300

Radio frequency, 356

Raisin-bun, 306

Resonance light scattering (RLS), 311

RNA, 181

cRNA, 324

probe-cRNA hybridization, 324

miRNA, 226

Salmonella typhimurium, 226

Sandwich assays, 226

Scanning electrochemical microscopy, 120

Scanning near-field optical microscopy

(SNOM), 318

Scattering, 147

Screen-printing, 399

screen-printed electrode, 398

screen-printed substrate, 398

Self-assembly, 381

Semiconductivity, 108

Semiconductor, 209. See also Nanoparticles,


material, 334

Sensing, 248, 250, 262, 341.

See also Electrochemical,

sensing; pH, sensing

Sensitivity ratio, 400

Sensors, 13. See also Immunosensors;

Nanosensor; pH, sensor

electrochemical, 19

enzymatic, 112

glucose, 18, 28

particulate, 319

Sentinel lymph node (SLN) mapping, 313

Silane co-monomers, 305

Silanes, functionalized, 306

Silanization, 255, 256

Silica, see also Quantum dot(s) (QD(s)),

QD/Fe3O4-containing silica particles;

Quantum dot(s) (QD(s)),

QD-silica conjugates

coatings, 212

encapsulation, 305

shell, 224, 298

spheres, 306


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Silver nanoparticles, 120, 153, 157, 158, 161,

165–167, 389, 394, 395

Simultaneous measurement, 105

Single-molecule spectroscopy, 230

Single nucleotide polymorphisms, 225

Single-walled carbon nanotubes, 4, 102. See also

Carbon nanotube(s); CNT(s);

Multiwalled carbon nanotubes

single CNT, 121

SWCNT(s), 4, 9, 11, 15, 20, 27, 29

SWNT field effect transistors, 109

SWNT forests, 109

Size exclusion chromatography (SEC), 308

SLN branches, 313

Sodium poly(styrene sulfonate), 297

Solid-state detection, 184

Solvent accessibility, 47

Solvent evaporation technique, 305

Spatially heterogeneous, 8. See also Electrode(s),

spatially heterogeneous

Spinal muscular atrophy, 235

Square wave voltammetry (SWV), 184

Step defects, 8. See also Edge-plane, step defects

St€ober method, 221

St€ober process, 305
Streptavidin, 227, 311

Stripping analysis, 180. See also Potentiometric,

potentiometric stripping analysis (PSA)

Succinimide coupling, 294

Sulfamethazine, 226

Surface, see also Carboxyl groups, surface

degradation, 296

modification, 212, 254, 256

plasmon band, 138

plasmons, 249

surface-enhanced affinity-capture (SEAC), 425

surface-enhanced laser desorption/ionization

(SELDI), 425

surface-enhanced neat desorption (SEND), 425

surface plasmon resonance, 139, 248

Suspension, 301

Systemic sclerosis, 319

Tetanus, 323

Tetraethylorthosilicate (TEOS), 305

Thioalkyl acids, 212

Thioglycolic acid, 299

Thiol, 294

ligands, 212

Thrombin, 237

thrombin-binding aptamer, 228

Titania-coated, 307

Total overlap diffusion, 397

Toxicity, 256, 261, 262, 318, 336.

See also Cytotoxicity

Tracking, 341

Transduction element, 200

Transforming growth factor-b1, 325
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM),

180, 295

Trialkoxysilane, 306

(Trihydroxysilyl) propylmethylphosphonate), 306

Trioctylphosphine oxide (TOPO), 292

Tuftsin, 311


marker, 109

vasculature, 317

xenografts, 312

Tyrosinase, 30

Ultramictronomic, 302

Ultrasonication, 301

Ultrasonic irradiation, 305

Uric acid, 7

UV-vis, 140

Voltammetric, 178

voltammetric techniques, 183

Voltammetry, see also Anodic stripping

voltammetry; Cyclic voltammetry;

Differential pulse anodic stripping

voltammetry (DPASV); Differential

pulse voltammetry (DPV); Square wave

voltammetry (SWV)

Wide-type p53, 115

Working electrode, 180

Xenopus cells, 312

Zeta potential, 308

Zinc sulfide, 292


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