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Thaler, E.R. (2002) The Diagnostic Utility of an Electronic Nose: Rhinologic Applications. Laryngoscope, 112, 1533-1542.

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  • TITLE: Express Screening of Biological Objects Using Multisensor Stripping Voltamperometry with Pattern Recognition

    AUTHORS: I. I. Kolesnichenko, L. M. Balachova, E. P. Kantarzhi

    KEYWORDS: Express Screening, Biological Objects, Multisensor Stripping Voltamperometry, Glaucoma

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Vol.7 No.7, July 21, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Express diagnostics of biological objects is necessary for operational preliminary assessment of the condition of the patient. A method of recognition of differences between the norm and pathology is based on analysis of multidimensional patterns of the voltamperogram electrochemical test systems in Electronic formats “language”, “electronic nose”. The basis of such systems is the use of a set (matrix) sensor with completely different characteristics. A. N. Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS (IPCE) developed a method for multidimensional stripping voltammetry, which allowed you to provide information on biological matter being investigated not as a number, as a response to a single dimension, and in the form of N-dimensional image. Formats are implemented in the process of electrochemical studies of liquid or gaseous phase. Evaluating the closeness of the resulting image object under test with known samples is collected in a database. Examples of express diagnostics of glaucoma are with accordance of the results of the electrochemical research of blood serum.