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Volume 69, Number 1 / 2015, Pages 1 – 244

Biosensors – Topical issue 1 3
Jan Tkac and Pedro Estrela
Biosensors containing acetylcholinesterase and butyrylcholinesterase as recognition tools for detection of various compounds 4 16
Miroslav Pohanka
Electrochemical enzymatic biosensors based on metal micro-/nanoparticles-modified electrodes: a review 17 26
Nina D. Dimcheva and Elena G. Horozova
Gluconobacter sp. cells for manufacturing of effective electrochemical biosensors and biofuel cells 27 41
Aniko Bertokova, Tomas Bertok, Jaroslav Filip, and Jan Tkac
Application of nanomaterials in microbial-cell biosensor constructions 42 53
Jana Šefčovičová and Jan Tkac
Use of green fluorescent proteins for in vitro biosensing 54 61
Zbynek Heger, Ondrej Zitka, Zdenka Fohlerova, Miguel Angel Merlos Rodrigo, Jaromir Hubalek, Rene Kizek, and Vojtech Adam
Biosensors based on molecular beacons 62 76
Magdalena Stobiecka and Agata Chałupa
DNA aptamer-based detection of prostate cancer 77 89
Pawan Jolly, Nello Formisano, and Pedro Estrela
Can glycoprofiling be helpful in detecting prostate cancer? 90 111
Stefan Belicky and Jan Tkac
Graphene as signal amplifier for preparation of ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensors 112 133
Jaroslav Filip, Peter Kasák, and Jan Tkac
Electrochemical nanostructured biosensors: carbon nanotubes versus conductive and semi-conductive nanoparticles 134 142
Nima Aliakbarinodehi, Irene Taurino, Jagdale Pravin, Alberto Tagliaferro, Gianluca Piccinini, Giovanni De Micheli, and Sandro Carrara
Surface plasmon resonance application in prostate cancer biomarker research 143 149
Pavel Damborský, Narayanan Madaboosi, Virginia Chu, João P. Conde, and Jaroslav Katrlík
Improvement of enzyme carbon paste-based biosensor using carbon nanotubes for determination of water-soluble analogue of vitamin E 150 157
Milan Sýs, Radovan Metelka, Tomáš Mikysek, and Karel Vytřas
Enzymatic sensor of putrescine with optical oxygen transducer – mathematical model of responses of sensitive layer 158 166
Lucie Maixnerová, Alexandar Horvitz, Gabriela Kuncová, Michal Přibyl, Marek Šebela, and Martin Koštejn
Detection of hydrogen peroxide and glucose by enzyme product precipitation on sensor surface 167 175
Tomáš Juřík and Petr Skládal
Interfacing of microbial cells with nanoparticles: Simple and cost-effective preparation of a highly sensitive microbial ethanol biosensor 176 182
Jana Šefčovičová, Jaroslav Filip, and Jan Tkac
Whole-cell optical biosensor for mercury – operational conditions in saline water 183 191
Andrey Solovyev, Gabriela Kuncova, and Katerina Demnerova
Synthesis of carbon quantum dots for DNA labeling and its electrochemical, fluorescent and electrophoretic characterization 192 201
Vedran Milosavljevic, Hoai Viet Nguyen, Petr Michalek, Amitava Moulick, Pavel Kopel, Rene Kizek, and Vojtech Adam
Detection of short oligonucleotide sequences of hepatitis B virus using electrochemical DNA hybridisation biosensor 202 210
Sophia Karastogianni and Stella Girousi
Aptamer-based detection of thrombin by acoustic method using DNA tetrahedrons as immobilisation platform 211 226
Alexandra Poturnayová, Maja Šnejdárková, Gabriela Castillo, Peter Rybár, Michael Leitner, Andreas Ebner, and Tibor Hianik
Interactions of antifouling monolayers: Energy transfer from excited albumin molecule to phenol red dye 227 236
Hui Xu, Robert Wallace, and Maria Hepel
Third-generation oxygen amperometric biosensor based on Trametes hirsuta laccase covalently bound to graphite electrode 237 240
Cristina Gutierrez-Sanchez, Sergey Shleev, Antonio L. De Lacey, and Marcos Pita
Can voltammetry distinguish glycan isomers? 241 244
Mojmír Trefulka and Emil Paleček

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