Bioinspired methodology for artificial olfaction.

  title={Bioinspired methodology for artificial olfaction.},
  author={Baranidharan Raman and Joshua L. Hertz and Kurt D. Benkstein and Steve Semancik},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  volume={80 22},
Artificial olfaction is a potential tool for noninvasive chemical monitoring. Application of "electronic noses" typically involves recognition of "pretrained" chemicals, while long-term operation and generalization of training to allow chemical classification of "unknown" analytes remain challenges. The latter analytical capability is critically important, as it is unfeasible to pre-expose the sensor to every analyte it might encounter. Here, we demonstrate a biologically inspired approach… CONTINUE READING


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