Microbe ID System - Viral or Bacterial












  


Web Sites:

Leffingwell, John C., Ph.D.Olfaction”. Leffingwell & Associates Site. April 3, 1999.<www.leffingwell.com>.

 

“Bacteria: Life History and Ecology”. UCMP Web Servers. 1994-2004.<annie.ucmp.berke.eu.edu>.

 

“Bacteria That Cause Human Disease”. Encarta.2004.<msn.Encarta.com>.

Bassett, Kate. “Engineers Develop Microengines: The Batteries of the Future”. University of Birmingham. < www.bham.ac.uk. Tuesday, 17 June 03.

Periodicals

Ohloff, G., Scent and Fragrances, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 1994.

Hea-Young, Kim. “Real Time Detection of Microbial Contamination”. IEEEEngineering in Medicine and Biology. January/February 2004. Volume 23, Number 1.

Lloyd, Christopher; Hea-Young, Kim. “Is What You Eat and Drink Safe?  Detection and Identification of Microbial Contamination in Food and Water”.  Proceedings of the IEEE. June 2003. Volume 91, Number 6.

Email

Powers, Linda S. Director National Center for the Design of Molecular Function,
Professor of Electrical /Computer Engineering, Professor of Biological Engineering, and Professor of Physics, Utah State University. November 1, 2004.<lsp@bical.ec.usu.edu>.

 

Cohen, Larry. Dept. of Physiology, Yale. October 28, 2004, <lawrence.cohen@yale.edu>.

 

Armstrong, Peter. Professor at University of California, Davis, October 26, 2004.<pbarmstrong@ucdavis.edu>

Roos, David S., Ph.D. Merriam Professor of Biology; Director, Penn Genomics Institute; Ellison Medical Foundation Senior Scholar in Global Infectious Diseases, University of Pennsylvania. November 17, 2004. < droos@sas.upenn.edu>.