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Lung cancer identification by the analysis of breath by means of an array of non-selective gas sensors.
- C. Di Natale, A. Macagnano, +5 authors A. D'Amico
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biosensors & bioelectronics
- 1 September 2003
Previous finding shown that the composition of the breath of patients with lung cancer contains information that could be used to detect the disease. These volatiles are mainly alkanes and aromatic… Expand
An investigation on electronic nose diagnosis of lung cancer.
The use of gas sensor arrays as medical diagnosis instruments has been proposed several years ago. Since then, the idea has been proven for a limited number of diseases. The case of lung cancer is… Expand
Diagnostic performance of an electronic nose, fractional exhaled nitric oxide, and lung function testing in asthma.
BACKGROUND Analysis of exhaled breath by biosensors discriminates between patients with asthma and healthy subjects. An electronic nose consists of a chemical sensor array for the detection of… Expand
Volatile signature for the early diagnosis of lung cancer.
Exhaled breath contains hundreds of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Several independent researchers point out that the breath of lung cancer patients shows a characteristic VOC-profile which can… Expand
A preliminary study on the possibility to diagnose urinary tract cancers by an electronic nose
Abstract In this paper a study about the possibility of an early and non-invasive diagnosis of urinary tract cancers with an electronic nose is presented. Measurements of urine headspace were… Expand
Low-voltage low-power integrated analog lock-in amplifier for gas sensor applications
Abstract We propose a low-voltage (±1 V) low-power (3 mW) lock-in amplifier, fabricated in a standard CMOS technology (AMS 0.35 μm) with analog features and utilized for low-frequency gas sensor… Expand
Reduced graphene oxide as efficient and stable hole transporting material in mesoscopic perovskite solar cells
Abstract Perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are evolving with an impressive pace, emerging as the most promising next-generation photovoltaic devices. Nevertheless, beside these enormous progresses, the… Expand
Porphyrinoids for Chemical Sensor Applications.
- R. Paolesse, S. Nardis, D. Monti, M. Stefanelli, C. Di Natale
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Chemical reviews
- 22 February 2017
Porphyrins and related macrocycles have been intensively exploited as sensing materials in chemical sensors, since in these devices they mimic most of their biological functions, such as reversible… Expand
Chemical sensing with familiar devices.
- D. Filippini, A. Alimelli, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, A. D'Amico, I. Lundstroem
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Angewandte Chemie
- 2 June 2006
Computers and mobile phones are ubiquitous devices that are continuously evolving and becoming ever more sophisticated. Eventually, they will constitute a global network of casual terminals that… Expand
Electronic nose and electronic tongue integration for improved classification of clinical and food samples
A combined approach based on a multisensor system, to get chemical information from liquid samples through the analysis of the solution and its head space is illustrated and commented. Expand