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Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Books & Book Chapters

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Invited: Thakshila Liyanage, Ahmad Qamar, and Gymama Slaughter, "Nanomaterials for biosensors: A Review" IEEE Sensors Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2020.3032952, 2021.
Ankit Baingane and Gymama Slaughter, "An abiotic glucose indicator system," IEEE Sensors Journal. 21(5), 5751-5757, 2021.

M.F. Hossain and Gymama Slaughter, "Highly sensitive nitric oxide biosensor based on platinum nanoparticles modified graphene electrode" Microelectronics Engineering. 239-240, 2021, 111532.

Johvan O. Hill-Dick, Alexis Harmon, Wei Cao, Kishor K. Sadasivuni, Mehran Elahi, Adetayo Adedeji, Hani E. Elsayed-Ali, Gymama Slaughter, Kapil Kumar, Mohammad Asadi, and Bijandra Kumar "Nanocoral Ag for Nonenzymatic Glucose Detection at Extremely Low Operational Potential" Material Today Communication. 27, 2021, 102261
Invited: J. Shankara Narayanan and Gymama Slaughter, "Membranes, immobilization and protective strategies for enzyme fuel cell stability," Current Opinion in Electrochemistry., 2021, 100753
Saikat Banerjee, Stephanie McCracken, Faruk Hossain, and Gymama Slaughter, "Electrochemical detection of neurotransmitters" vol. 10(8), 101, 2020.
Ankit Baingane and Gymama Slaughter, "A self-powered glucose monitoring system with remote data access," IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, doi: 10.1109/TNB.2020.3002453, 2020.

M.F. Hossain and Gymama Slaughter, "PtNPs decorated chemically derived graphene and carbon nanotubes for sensitive and selective glucose biosensing," Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. (2020): 113990. 2020.

J. Shankara Narayanan and Gymama Slaughter, "Towards Lactic acid biosensor based on lactate dehydrogenase immobilized on Au nanoparticle modified microwire electrode," IEEE Sensors Journal. vol. 20, 8, 4034-4040, 2020. DOI 10.1109/JSEN.2019.2963405.

Meimei Lai, Gymama Slaughter, "Label-free microRNA Optical biosensors", Nanomaterials, 9 (11) 1573, 1-22, 2019.
Jonathan D. Yuen, Ankit Baingane, Md Qumrul Hasan, Daniel Zabetakis, Joyce C. Breger, Gymama Slaughter, "A Fully-Flexible, Solution-Processed, Autonomous Glucose Indicator", Nature Sci Rep. 2019, 9(1), p.6931.
J. Shankara Narayanan and Gymama Slaughter, "Towards a dual in-line electrochemical biosensor for the determination of glucose and hydrogen peroxide," Bioelectrochemistry. 2019, 128, 56-65.
Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni, Detection of human plasma glucose using self-powered glucose biosensor Energies 2019, 12(5), 825.
Md Qumrul Hasan…, Robinson Kuis, J. Shankara Narayanan, and Gymama Slaughter, "Fabrication of highly effective hybrid biofuel cell based on integral colloidal platinum and bilirubin oxidase on gold supports" Nature Sci Rep. 8 (16351) 1-10, 2018.
Cover: Zahra Ghassemi… and Gymama Slaughter, "Storage stability of electrospun pure gelatin stabilized through EDC/Sulfo-NHS," Biopolymers, p.e23232, 2018.
Invited Review: Gymama Slaughter, "Current Advances in Biosensor Design and Fabrication," in Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, eds R.A. Meyers, John Wiley: Chichester. June 14 2018.
J. Shankara Narayanan and Gymama Slaughter, The preparation of AuNPs-HRP needle-type biosensor for ultrasensitive detection of hydrogen peroxide, Med Devices and Sens. 2018; e10015.
Ankit Baingane…, J. Shankara Narayanan, and Gymama Slaughter, Sensitive electrochemical detection of glucose via a hybrid self-powered biosensing system. Sensing and Biosensing, 20, 41-46, 2018.
Ankit Baingaine and Gymama Slaughter, "Self-Powered Electrochemical Lactate Biosensing" Energies, 10, 1582, 1-9, 2017.
Ankit Baingane, Naomi Mburu* and Gymama Slaughter, "Developing a dual self-powered biosensor for monitoring glucose and lactate" Sensors & Transducers, 214, 7, 34 - 38, 2017.
Joel Tyson*, Minhquan Tran*, and Gymama Slaughter, "Polyimide Neural Probe for Implant Biocompatibility," Solid States Electronics, 136, 113-119, 2017.
Tanmay Kulkarni and Gymama Slaughter, "Characteristics of two self-powered glucose biosensors" IEEE Sensors Journal. 17 (12), 3607-3612, 2017.
Tanmay Kulkarni and Gymama Slaughter, "Generating usable electric power while sensing glucose" Micro & Nano Letters. 1-4, 2017.
Zahra Ghassemi and Gymama Slaughter, "Biological Fuel Cells and Membranes," Membranes, 7 (2), 1-12, 2017.
Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni , "Highly Selective and Sensitive Self-Powered Glucose Sensor Based on Capacitor Circuit," Nature Scientific Reports. 7(1471), 1-9, 2017.
Tanmay Kulkarni and Gymama Slaughter, "Application of Semipermeable Membranes in Glucose Biosensing," Membranes, 6 (55), 1-20, Dec. 2016.
Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni, "Fabrication of palladium nanowire array electrode for biofuel cell application," Microelectronics Engineering, 149, 92-96, Dec. 2016.
Tanmay Kulkarni, Naomi Mburu*, and Gymama Slaughter, "Characterization of a Self-Powered Glucose Monitor," Sensors & Transducers, 203 (8), 1 - 7, Aug. 2016.
Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni, "A self-powered glucose biosensing system," Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 78, 45-50, April 2016.
Gymama Slaughter and Joshua Sunday, "Performance evaluation of aluminum/phosphate cell for powering small electronic devices," Sensing and Biosensing Research, 6, 39-42, 2015.
Gymama Slaughter and Brian Stevens, "Biomimetic Zinc Phosphite Corrosion Protection of Al/Au/ZnO Anode for hybrid cell application," Membranes, 5, 739-751, 2015.
Gymama Slaughter and Tanmay Kulkarni, "Enzymatic glucose biofuel cell and its application," Journal of Biochip & Tissue Chip, 5, 111, 2015.
Gymama Slaughter, Joshua Sunday and Brian Stevens, "Energy Conversion from Aluminum and Phosphate rich solution via ZnO Activation of Aluminum," Material Chemistry and Physics, 163, 245-252, 2015.

Books & Book Chapters

Slaughter, G. "Biomedical polymers: Improving the blood and tissue compatibility of implantable biomedical devices." In Implantable Bioelectronics - Devices, Materials, and Applications, Evgeny Katz, ed., Wiley-VCH, 2014.

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