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A nanopaper-based artificial tongue: a ratiometric fluorescent sensor array on bacterial nanocellulose for chemical discrimination applications, Article Nanoscale ; Volume 10, Issue 5 , February , 2018 , Pages 2492-2502 ; 20403364 (ISSN) ; Golmohammadi, H ; Hormozi Nezhad, M. R ; Sharif University of Technology
Royal Society of Chemistry 2018
In the present study, a ratiometric fluorescent sensor array as an artificial tongue has been developed on a nanopaper platform for chemical discrimination applications. The bacterial cellulose (BC) nanopaper was utilized for the first time as a novel, flexible, and transparent substrate in the optical sensor arrays for developing high-performance artificial tongues. To fabricate this platform, the hydrophobic walls on the BC nanopaper substrates were successfully created using a laser printing technology. In addition, we have used the interesting photoluminescence (PL) properties of an immobilized ratiometric probe (carbon dot-Rhodamine B (CD-RhB) nanohybrids) on the nanopaper platform to...
Providing Multicolor Plasmonic Patterns with Au@Ag Core-Shell Nanostructures for Visual Discrimination of Biogenic Amines, Article ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces ; Volume 13, Issue 17 , 2021 , Pages 20865-20874 ; 19448244 (ISSN) ; Ghasemi, F ; Bigdeli, A ; Hormozi Nezhad, M. R ; Sharif University of Technology
American Chemical Society 2021
Biogenic amines (BAs) are known as substantial indicators of the quality and safety of food. Developing rapid and visual detection methods capable of simultaneously monitoring BAs is highly desired due to their harmful effects on human health. In the present study, we have designed a multicolor sensor array consisting of two types of gold nanostructures (i.e., gold nanorods (AuNRs) and gold nanospheres (AuNSs)) for the discrimination and determination of critical BAs (i.e., spermine (SM), tryptamine (TT), ethylenediamine (EA), tyramine (TR), spermidine (SD), and histamine (HT)). The design principle of the probe was based on the metallization of silver ions on the surface of AuNRs and AuNSs...
A multichannel single-well sensor array for rapid and visual discrimination of catecholamine neurotransmitters, Article Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical ; Volume 296 , 2019 ; 09254005 (ISSN) ; Hormozi Nezhad, M. R ; Maaza, M ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier B.V 2019
In this study, for rapid identification and discrimination of catecholamine neurotransmitters in the presence of ascorbic acid (AA), a tricolor fluorescence probe has been constructed by integrating three recognition elements including blue carbon dots (bCDs), green CdTe quantum dots (gQDs) and red CdTe quantum dots (rQDs) into a single well. The proposed array exhibited ternary fluorescence emissions at 450, 520 and 630 nm with an overall luminescent pink emission under a single wavelength excitation (365 nm). In order to produce distinct response patterns from a single fluorimetric test, the spectral changes and the corresponding color variations of the multichannel fluorescence probe were...
An interactive cbir system based on anfis learning scheme for human brain magnetic resonance images retrieval, Article Biomedical Engineering - Applications, Basis and Communications ; Volume 24, Issue 1 , 2012 , Pages 27-36 ; 10162372 (ISSN) ; Fatemizadeh, E ; Badie, K ; Sharif University of Technology
Content-based image retrieval (CBIR) has turned into an important and active potential research field with the advance of multimedia and imaging technology. It makes use of image features, such as color, texture and shape, to index images with minimal human intervention. A CBIR system can be used to locate medical images in large databases. In this paper we propose a CBIR system which describes the methodology for retrieving digital human brain magnetic resonance images (MRI) based on textural features and the Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) learning to retrieve similar images from database in two categories: normal and tumoral. A fuzzy classifier has been used, because of the...