Nanotube-based sensor arrays for clinical breath analysis.

  title={Nanotube-based sensor arrays for clinical breath analysis.},
  author={Alan Gelperin and Anders T. Johnson},
  journal={Journal of breath research},
  volume={2 3},
Instrumentation for clinical breath analysis is being developed using a variety of sensor technologies and information processing strategies. One type of instrumentation for clinical breath analysis uses an array of sensors for detection of volatile analytes in breath and pattern recognition and categorization algorithms able to learn and store information about the constant and variable components of human breath samples. This later approach is known as electronic olfaction. We present a new… CONTINUE READING