List of Publications (2012-2017)
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2012

320.  V. Bocharova, E. Katz
         Switchable electrode interfaces controlled by physical, chemical and biological signals.
         The Chemical Record 201212, 114-130.
321. M. Zhou, N. Zhou, F. Kuralay, J.R. Windmiller, S. Parkhomovsky, G. Valdés-Ramírez, E. Katz, J. Wang
        A self-powered “Sense-Act-Treat” system that is based on a biofuel cell and controlled by Boolean logic.
        Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
2012, 51, 2686-2689.

322. Z. Jin, G. Güven, V. Bocharova, J. Halámek, I. Tokarev, S. Minko, A. Melman, D. Mandler, E. Katz
        Electrochemically controlled drug-mimicking protein release from iron-alginate thin-films associated with an electrode.
        ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2012, 4, 466-475.

323. E. Katz, A. Güven
        Multi-signal processing biosensors and bioactuators based on biocomputing concept.
        In: Nanoantenna - Plasmon Enhanced Spectroscopies for Biotechnological Applications.
        Pan Stanford Series on the Hightech of Biotechnology – Nanobiotechnology, vol. A2,
        Marc Lamy de la Chapelle and Annemarie Pucci (Eds.), Pan Stanford Publishing, 2012.

324. E. Katz
         Electrode Interfaces Switchable by Physical and Chemical Signals Operating as a Platform for Information Processing
         In: Molecular and Supramolecular Information Processing: From Molecular Switches to Logic Systems, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012, Chapter 14, pp. 333-354.

325. E. Katz, V. Bocharova
        Molecular information processing: From single molecules to supramolecular systems and interfaces – From algorithms to devices –
        Editorial introduction. Chapter 1, pp. 1-9.
        E. Katz
        Conclusions and perspectives. Chapter 15, pp. 355-357.
        In: Molecular and Supramolecular Information Processing: From Molecular Switches to
Logic Systems, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012.
326. G. Strack, H.R. Luckarift, G.R. Johnson, E. Katz
         Information security applications based on biomolecular systems.
         In: Biomolecular Information Processing - From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012, Chapter 6, pp. 103-116.

327. E. Katz, J. Wang
        Enzyme-logic digital biosensors for biomedical applications.
        In: Biomolecular Information Processing - From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012, Chapter 5, pp. 81-101.

328. E. Katz
        Bioelectronic devices controlled by enzyme-based information processing systems.
        In: Biomolecular Information Processing - From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012, Chapter 4, pp. 61-80.

329. E. Katz
        Biomolecular computing: From unconventional computing to “smart” biosensors and actuators – Editorial introduction. Chapter 1, pp. 1-8.
        E. Katz
        Conclusions and perspectives. Chapter 18, pp. 347-350.
        In: Biomolecular Information Processing - From Logic Systems to Smart Sensors and Actuators, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, 2012.

330. M. Pita, J. Halámek, S. Chinnapareddy, D.J. White, V. Gartstein, E. Katz
        Permeability of human tooth surfaces studied in vitro by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.
        Electroanalysis 2012, 24, 1033-1038.

331. E. Katz, V. Bocharova, M. Privman
        Electronic interfaces switchable by logically processed multiple biochemical and physiological signals. – Highlight article
        J. Mater. Chem. 2012, 22, 8171-8178.

332. L. Halámková, J. Halámek, V. Bocharova, A. Szczupak, L. Alfonta, E. Katz
        Implanted biofuel cell operating in living snail.
        J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 5040-5043.

333. L. Halámková, J. Halámek, V. Bocharova, S. Wolf, K.E. Mulier, G. Beilman, J. Wang, E. Katz
        Analysis of biomarkers characteristic of porcine liver injury – From biomolecular logic gates to animal model.
        Analyst 2012, 137, 1768-1770.

334. J. Halámek, O. Zavalov, L. Halámková, S. Korkmaz, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Enzyme-based logic analysis of biomarkers at physiological concentrations:  AND gate with double-sigmoid "filter" response.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2012116, 4457-4464.

335. V. Bocharova, K. MacVittie, S. Chinnapareddy, J. Halámek, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Realization of associative memory in an enzymatic process: Toward biomolecular networks with learning and unlearning functionalities.
        J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 20123, 1234-1237.

336. E. Katz, J. Wang, M. Privman, J. Halámek
        Multi-analyte digital enzyme biosensors with built-in Boolean logic (Feature Article)
        Anal. Chem. 201284, 4457-4474.

337. A. Szczupak, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, V. Bocharova, L. Alfonta, E. Katz
        Living battery – Biofuel cells operating in vivo in clams.
        Energy & Environmental Science 2012, 5, 8891-8895.

338. Z. Jin, A.M. Harvey, S. Mailloux, J. Halámek, V. Bocharova, M.R. Twiss, E. Katz
         Electrochemically stimulated release of lysozyme from alginate matrix cross-linked with iron cations.
         J. Mater. Chem. 201222, 19523-19528.

339. K.-W. Kim, Y.E. Kim, V. Bocharova, J. Halámek, C.-W. Lee, E. Katz, M.-K. Oh
         Logic circuit upon angiogenic response controlled by enzyme-linked iron oxide microparticles – Towards biocomputing in human cells.
         Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 6918-6920.

340. O. Zavalov, V. Bocharova, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Enzyme-based logic: OR gate with double-sigmoid filter response.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2012, 116, 9683-9689.

341. V. Bocharova, O. Zavalov, K. MacVittie, M.A. Arugula, N.V. Guz, M.E. Dokukin, J. Halámek, I. Sokolov, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Biochemical logic approach to biomarker-activated drug release.
        J. Mater. Chem. 201222, 19709-19717.

342. L. Halámková, S. Mailloux, J. Halámek, A.J.L. Cooper, E. Katz
        Enzymatic analysis of α-ketoglutaramate – A biomarker for hyperammonemia.
        Talanta 2012, 100, 7-11.

343. M.A. Arugula, N. Shroff, E. Katz, Z. He
        Molecular AND logic gate based on bacterial anaerobic respiration.
        Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 10174-10176.

344. K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Enzyme-based D-flip-flop memory system.
        Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 11742-11744.

345. M. Pita, M. Privman, E. Katz
        Biocatalytic enzyme networks designed for binary-logic control of smart electroactive nanobiointerfaces.
        Topics in Catalysis 2012, 55, 1201-1216.

346. K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Enzyme-based T-flip-flop memory system.
        International Journal of Unconventional Computing 20128, 383-389.

347. O. Zavalov, V. Bocharova, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, S. Korkmaz, M.A. Arugula, S. Chinnapareddy, E. Katz, V. Privman
        Two-input enzymatic logic gates made sigmoid by modifications of the biocatalytic reaction cascades.
        International Journal of Unconventional Computing 2012, 8, 347-365.

348. E. Katz
        Biomolecular information processing:  From Boolean logic gates to complex networked systems.
        International Journal of Unconventional Computing 2012, 8, 339-346.

349. G. Strack, E. Katz
         Information security systems based on biomolecular information processing.
         International Journal of Unconventional Computing 2012, 8, 419-432.


2013

350. K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, M. Southcott, W.D. Jemison, R. Lobel, E. Katz
        From “cyborg” lobsters to a pacemaker powered by implantable biofuel cells.
        Energy & Environmental Science 2013, 6, 81-86.

351. E. Katz, S. Minko, J. Halámek, K. MacVittie, K. Yancey
        Electrode interfaces switchable by physical and chemical signals for biosensing, biofuel and biocomputing applications. (Invited review)
        Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2013, 405, 3659-3672.

352. M. Southcott, K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, W.D. Jemison, R. Lobel, E. Katz
        Pacemaker powered by implantable biofuel cell operating under conditions mimicking human blood circulation system – Battery not included.
        Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2013, 15, 6278-6283.

353. S. Mailloux, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, A. Tokarev, S. Minko, E. Katz
        Biomolecular release triggered by glucose input – Bioelectronic coupling of sensing and actuating systems.
        Chem. Commun. 2013, 49, 4755-4757.

354. J.A. Castorena-Gonzalez, C. Foote, K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, L.A. Martinez-Lemus, E. Katz
         Biofuel cell operating in vivo in rat.
         Electroanalysis 201325, 1579-1584.

355. V. Privman, B.E. Fratto, O. Zavalov, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Enzymatic AND logic gate with sigmoid response induced by photochemically controlled oxidation of the output.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2013, 117, 7559-7568.

356. K. MacVittie, J. Halámek, V. Privman, E. Katz
        A bioinspired associative memory system based on enzymatic cascades.
        Chem. Commun. 2013, 49, 6962-6964.

357. F. Kramer, L. Halámková, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning, E. Katz, J. Halámek
        Biocatalytic analysis of biomarkers for forensic identification of ethnicity between caucasian and african american.
        Analyst 2013, 138, 6251-6257.

358. S. Bakshi, O. Zavalov, J. Halámek, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Modularity of biochemical filtering for inducing sigmoid response in both inputs in an enzymatic AND gate.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2013117, 9857-9865.

359. E. Katz, K. MacVittie
         Implanted biofuel cells operating in vivo – Methods, applications and perspectives – Feature Article.
         Energy & Environmental Science 2013, 6, 2791-2803.

360. V. Privman, O. Zavalov, L. Halámková, F. Moseley, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Networked enzymatic logic gates with filtering: New theoretical modeling expressions and their experimental application.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2013, 117, 14928-14939.

361. K. MacVittie, E. Katz
        Electrochemical system with memimpedance properties.
       J. Phys. Chem. C 2013, 117, 24943-24947.

362. E. Gdor, E. Katz, D. Mandler
        Biomolecular AND logic gate based on immobilized enzymes with precise spatial separation controlled by electrochemical scanning microscopy.
       J. Phys. Chem. C 2013, 117, 16058-16065.



2014

363. S. Mailloux, O. Zavalov, N. Guz, E. Katz, V. Bocharova
        Enzymatic filter for improved separation of output signals in enzyme logic systems towards ‘Sense and Treat’ medicine.
        Biomaterials Science 2014, 2, 184-191.

364. S. Bakshi, L. Halámková, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Biocatalytic analysis of biomarkers for forensic identification of gender.
        Analyst 2014, 139, 559-563.

365. S. Mailloux, J. Halámek, E. Katz
        A model system for targeted drug release triggered by biomolecular signals logically processed through enzyme logic networks.
        Analyst 2014, 139, 982-986.

366. K. MacVittie, E. Katz
        Biochemical flip-flop memory systems – essential additions to autonomous biocomputing and biosensing systems.
       
International Journal of General Systems 2014, 43, 722-739.
367. E. Katz
         Implanted biofuel cells operating in vivo.
         In: Implantable Bioelectronics - Devices, Materials and Applications
         E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2014, Chap. 17, pp. 363-379.

368. E. Katz
        Implantable bioelectronics – Editorial introduction; Chap. 1, pp. 1-5.
        Conclusions and perspectives; Chap. 20, pp. 435-436.
        In: Implantable Bioelectronics - Devices, Materials and Applications
        E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2014.

369. E. Katz, V. Bocharova, J. Halámek
        Switchable electrodes and biofuel cells.
        In: Enzymatic fuel cells: From fundamentals to applications.
        P. Atanassov, G. Johnson, H. Luckarift (Eds.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2014,
Chapter 18, pp. 374-421.
370. F. Moseley, J. Halámek, F. Kramer, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning, E. Katz
         An enzyme-based reversible CNOT logic gate realized in a flow system.
         Analyst 2014, 139, 1839-1842.

371. S. Mailloux, K. MacVittie, M. Privman, N. Guz, E. Katz
        Starch-powered biofuel cell activated by logically processed biomolecular signals.
        ChemElectroChem 2014, 1, 1822-1827.

372. K. MacVittie, E. Katz
        Self-powered electrochemical memristor based on a biofuel cell – Towards memristors integrated with biocomputing systems.
        Chem. Commun. 2014,
50, 4816-4819.
373. N. Guz, J. Halámek, J.F. Rusling, E. Katz
        A biocatalytic cascade with several output signals – Towards biosensors with different levels of confidence.
        Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2014, 406, 3365-3370.

374. E. Katz
        Biomolecular logic systems: Applications to biosensors and bioactuators.
        SPIE DSS 2014 Proceedings, Baltimore, 2014, May 5-9, article # 9107-35.

375. E. Katz, J. Halámek
        New approach in forensic analysis – Biomolecular computing based analysis of significant forensic biomarkers.
        Annals of Forensic Research and Analysis 2014, 1, article # 1002.

376. S. Mailloux, N. Guz, M. Gamella Carballo, J.M. Pingarrón, E. Katz
         Model system for targeted drug release triggered by immune-specific signals.
         Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2014, 406, 4825-4829.

377. S. Mailloux, N. Guz, A. Zakharchenko, S. Minko, E. Katz
         Majority and minority gates realized in enzyme-biocatalyzed systems integrated with logic networks and interfaced with bioelectronic systems.
        J. Phys. Chem. B 2014,
118, 6775-6784.
378. T.A. Wey, M. Southcott, W.D. Jemison, K. MacVittie, E. Katz
        
Electrical circuit model and dynamic analysis of implantable enzymatic biofuel cells operating in vivo.
        
Proceedings of the IEEE
2014, 102, 1795-1810.
379. M. Gamella, N. Guz, S. Mailloux, J.M. Pingarrón, E. Katz
         Activation of a biocatalytic electrode by removing glucose oxidase from the surface – Application to signal triggered drug release.
         ACS
Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2014, 6, 13349-13354.
380. S. Mailloux, E. Katz
        The role of biomolecular logic systems in biosensors and bioactuators.
        Optical Engineering 2014, 53, article # 097107.

381. B.E. Fratto, L.J. Roby, N. Guz,  E. Katz
        Enzyme-based logic gates switchable between OR, NXOR and NAND Boolean operations realized in a flow system.
        Chem. Commun. 2014, 50, 12043-12046.

382. Y. Holade, K. MacVittie, T. Conlon, N. Guz, K. Servat, T.W. Napporn, K.B. Kokoh, E. Katz
        Pacemaker activated by an abiotic biofuel cell operated in human serum solution.
        Electroanalysis 2014, 26, 2445-2457.

383.  V. Privman, S. Domanskyi, S. Mailloux, Y. Holade, E. Katz
         Kinetic model for a threshold filter in an enzymatic system for bioanalytical and biocomputing applications.
         J. Phys. Chem. B 2014, 118, 12435-12443.

384. S. Mailloux, E. Katz
        Biocomputing, biosensing and bioactuation based on enzyme biocatalyzed reactions.
        Biocatalysis 2014, 1, 12-32.

385. M. Gamella, N. Guz, S. Mailloux, J.M. Pingarrón, E. Katz
        Antibacterial drug release electrochemically stimulated by the presence of bacterial cells – Theranostic approach.
        Electroanalysis 2014, 26, 2552-2557.

386. E. Katz, V. Privman, O. Zavalov
        Structure of feed-forward realizations with enzymatic processes.
        Proceedings of The Eighth International Conference on Quantum, Nano/Bio, and Micro Technologies (ICQNM 2014),
        ThinkMind Online Publishing, Wilmington, DE, 2014, pp. 22-27.

2015

387. V. Privman, E. Katz
        Can bio-inspired information processing steps be realized as synthetic biochemical processes?
        Physica Status Solidi A 2015, 212, 219-228.

388. E. Katz
        Implantable biofuel cells operating in vivo – Potential power sources for bioelectronic devices.
        Bioelectronic Medicine 2015, 2, 1-12.

389. K MacVittie, T. Conlon, E. Katz
        A wireless transmission system powered by an enzyme biofuel cell implanted in an orange.
        Bioelectrochemistry 2015, 106, 28-33.
390. Y. Holade, K. MacVittie, T. Conlon, N. Guz, K. Servat, T.W. Napporn, K.B. Kokoh, E. Katz
        Wireless information transmission system powered by an abiotic biofuel cell implanted in an orange.
        Electroanalysis 2015, 27, 276-280.

391. E. Katz, S. Minko
        Enzyme-based logic systems interfaced with signal-responsive materials and electrodes. (Feature article)
        Chem. Commun. 2015, 51, 3493-3500.  (special issue on "Molecular Logic Gates and Information Processing")

392. B.E. Fratto, N. Guz, E. Katz
        Biomolecular computing realized in parallel flow systems: Enzyme-based Double Feynman logic gate for reversible information processing.
        Parallel Processing Letters 2015, 25, No. 01, 1540001.

393. E. Katz
        Switchable electrodes and biofuel cells logically controlled by chemical and biochemical signals.
        In: Handbook of Bioelectronics, K. Iniewski, S. Carrara (Eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2015, Chapter 17, pp. 215-238.

394. J. Halámek, E. Katz
        Electrochemical systems controlled by enzyme-based logic networks: Towards biochemicaly controlled bioelectronics.
        In: Electrochemical Processes in Biological Systems, The Wiley Series on Electrocatalysis and Electrochemistry.
        L. Gorton, A. Lewenstam (Eds.), Willey, 2015, Chapter 10, pp. 231-252; ISBN-10: 0470578459 | ISBN-13: 978-0470578452.

395. B.E. Fratto, E. Katz
         Reversible logic gates based on enzyme-biocatalyzed reactions and realized in flow cells – Modular approach.
         ChemPhysChem 201516, 1405-1415.

396. Yidan Hu, Yun Yang, E. Katz, Hao Song
         Programming quorum sensing-based AND gate in Shewanella oneidensis for logic gated-microbial fuel cells.
         Chem. Commun.  2015, 51, 4184-4187.

397. E. Katz
         Biocatalytic electrodes and biofuel cells controlled by biomolecular signals and implantable biofuel cells operating in vivo – Towards bioelectronic devices integrating            
         biological and electronic systems.
         Electrochemistry, Specialist Periodical Reports, Royal Society of Chemistry, Craig Banks, Roger Mortimer, Steven McIntosh (Eds.), vol. 13, 2015, 170-209.
        (DOI: 10.1039/9781782620273 – book; DOI: 10.1039/9781782620273-00170 – chapter)

398. E. Katz, J.M. Pingarrón, S. Mailloux, N. Guz, M. Gamella Carballo, G. Melman, A. Melman
         Substance release triggered by biomolecular signals in bioelectronic systems. (Invited Perspective article)
         J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2015, 6, 1340-1347.

399. E. Katz
        Biocomputing – Tools, aims, perspectives.
        Current Opinion in Biotechnology 2015, 34, 202-208..

400. E. Agliari, M. Altavilla, A. Barra, L. Dello Schiavo, E. Katz
        Notes on stochastic (bio)-logic gates: computing with allosteric cooperativity.
        Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group) 2015, 5, art. 9415.

401. A. Poghossian, E. Katz, M.J. Schöning
        Enzyme logic AND-Reset and OR-Reset gates based on a field-effect electronic transducer modified with multi-enzyme membrane. 
        Chem. Commun. 2015, 51, 6564-6567.

402. S. Mailloux, Y.V. Gerasimova, N. Guz, D.M. Kolpashchikov, E. Katz
        Bridging the two worlds: A universal interface between enzymatic and DNA computing systems.
        Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 6562-6566. 

403. M. Gamella Carballo, N. Guz, J.M. Pingarrón, R. Aslebagh, C.C. Darie, E. Katz
        Bioelectronic system for insulin release triggered by ketone body mimicking diabetic ketoacidosis in vitro.
        Chem. Commun. 2015, 51, 7618-7621.

404. E Katz, V.M. Fernández, M. Pita
         Switchable bioelectrocatalysis controlled by pH changes.
         Electroanalysis 2015, 27, 2063-2073.
Special issue on “Advanced Materials for Electroanalysis”
405. J. Renata Sempionatto, M. Gamella, N. Guz, J.M. Pingarrón, S. Minko, E. Katz
         Electrochemically stimulated DNA release from a polymer-brush modified electrode.
         Electroanalysis 2015, 27, 2171-2179. Special issue on “Advanced Materials for Electroanalysis”

406. E. Katz
         Implantable biofuel cells operating in vivo – Providing sustainable power for bioelectronic devices: From biofuel cells to cyborgs.
         The International Workshop on Advances in Sensors and Interfaces (IWASI-2015); Gallipoli, Italy, 18-19 June 2015,
          Proceedings, 2015, pp. 2-13; DOI:10.1109/IWASI.2015.7184958.

407. E. Katz, J. Halámek, S. Bakshi
         Forensic science – Multidisciplinary approach.
         Journal Forensic, Legal & Investigative Sciences,
2015, 1, art # 004.


2016

408. E. Katz
        Magneto-switchable electrodes and electrochemical systems.
        Electroanalysis, 2016, 28, 904-919.

409. E. Katz, J. Halámek, L. Halámková, S. Bakshi, J. Agudelo, C. Huynh
        Biochemical analysis of biomarkers for forensic applications.
        In: Forensic Science: A Multidisciplinary Approach, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2016,  Chapter 8, pp. 151-176.

410. E. Katz, J. Halámek
         Forensic Science – Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Engineering – Introduction, Chapter 1, pp. 1-4.
         Forensic Science – Conclusions and Perspectives, Chapter 19, pp. 4115-416.
         In: Forensic Science: A Multidisciplinary Approach, E. Katz (Ed.), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, 2016.

411. E. Katz, B.E. Fratto
        Enzyme-based reversible logic gates operated in flow cells.
        In: Advances in Unconventional Computing, A. Adamatzky (Ed.), Springer, 2016, Volume 2, Chapter 2, pp. 29-59.

412. B.E. Fratto, E. Katz
        Controlled logic gates – Switch gate and Fredkin gate based on enzyme-biocatalyzed reactions realized in flow cells.
        ChemPhysChem 2016, 17, 1046-1053.

413. V. Privman, S. Domanskyi, R.A.S. Luz, N. Guz, L. Glasser, E. Katz
        Diffusion of oligonucleotides from within iron-crosslinked polyelectrolyte-modified alginate beads: A model system for drug release.
        ChemPhysChem 2016, 17, 976-984.

414. M. Masi, M. Gamella, N. Guz, E. Katz
         Electrochemically triggered DNA release from a mixed-brush polymer-modified electrode
         Electroanalysis  201628, 2613-2625.

415. N. Guz, T.A. Fedotova, B.E. Fratto, O. Schlesinger, L. Alfonta, D. Kolpashchikov, E. Katz
         Bioelectronic interface connecting reversible logic gates based on enzyme and DNA reactions.
         ChemPhysChem 2016, 17, 2247-2255. 

416. M. Gamella, N. Guz, E. Katz
         DNA release from a bioelectronic interface stimulated by a DNA signal – Amplification of DNA signals.
         Electroanalysis 2016, 28, 2692-2696. 

417. B.E. Fratto, J.M. Lewer, E. Katz
         Enzyme-based half-adder and half-subtractor with a modular design.
         ChemPhysChem 2016, 17, 2210-2217.

418. A. Koushanpour, N. Guz, M. Gamella, E. Katz
         Biofuel cell based on carbon fiber electrodes functionalized with graphene nanosheets.
         ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology 2016, 5, M3037-M3040.

419. A. Koushanpour, N. Guz, M. Gamella, E. Katz
         Graphene-functionalized 3D-carbon fiber electrodes – Preparation and electrochemical characterization.
         Electroanalysis 201628, 1943-1946.

420. E. Katz
         Modified electrodes and electrochemical systems switchable by temperature changes.
         Electroanalysis 2016, 28, 1916-1946

421. A. Verma, B.E. Fratto, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Design of flow systems for improved networking and reduced noise in biomolecular signal processing in biocomputing and biosensing applications.
        Sensors (MDPI) 2016, article # 1042.

422. B.E. Fratto, E. Katz
        Utilization of a fluidic infrastructure for the realization of enzyme-based Boolean logic operations.
        International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems 2016, 32, 139-156.


2017

423. M. Gamella,  A. Zakharchenko, N. Guz, M. Masi, S. Minko, D.M. Kolpashchikov, H. Ikend, A. Poghossian,  M.J. Schöning, E. Katz
        DNA computing systems activated by electrochemically-triggered DNA release from a polymer-brush-modified electrode array.
        Electroanalysis 2017, 29, 398-408. 
424. B.E. Fratto, N. Guz, T.T. Fallon, E. Katz
        An enzyme-based 1:2 demultiplexer interfaced with an electrochemical actuator.
        ChemPhysChem 2017, 18, 1721-1725.

425. E. Honarvarfard, M. Gamella, N. Guz, E. Katz
        Electrochemically-controlled DNA release under physiological conditions from a monolayer-modified electrode.
        Electroanalysis 201729, 324-329.

426. E. Katz, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning
        Enzyme-based logic gates and circuits – Analytical applications and interfacing with electronics.
        Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 2017409, 81-94.

427. A. Koushanpour, M. Gamella, N. Guz, E. Katz
        A biofuel cell based on biocatalytic reactions of glucose on both anode and cathode electrodes.
        Electroanalysis 2017, 29, 950-954.

428. E. Katz, J. Wang, J. Halámek, L. Halámková
        Enzyme logic systems - Biomedical and forensic biosensor applications.
        In: Label-Free Biosensing, M. Schöning, A. Poghossian (Eds.),
        Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, 2017, Chapter 4, in press.

429. E. Katz
         Enzyme-based logic gates and networks with output signals analyzed by various methods.
        ChemPhysChem  2017, 18, 1688-1713.

430. E. Honarvarfard, M. Gamella, D. Channaveerappa, C.C. Darie, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning, E. Katz
         Electrochemically stimulated insulin release from a modified graphene-functionalized carbon fiber electrode.
         Electroanalysis 2017, 29, 1543-1553.

431. S. Scheja, S. Domanskyi, M. Gamella, K.L. Wormwood, C.C. Darie, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning, A. Melman, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Glucose-triggered insulin release from
Fe3+- cross-linked alginate hydrogel: Experimental study and theoretical modeling.
        ChemPhysChem  2017, 18, 1541-1551.

432. A. Koushanpour, M. Gamella, E. Katz
        A biofuel cell based on biocatalytic reactions of lactate on both anode and cathode electrodes – Extracting electrical power from human sweat.
        Electroanalysis 2017, 29, 1602-1611.

433. M. Gamella, M. Privman, S. Bakshi, A. Melman, E. Katz
        DNA release from
Fe3+- cross-linked alginate films triggered by logically processed biomolecular signals - Integration of biomolecular computing and actuation.
        ChemPhysChem 2017, 18, 1811-1821.

434. E. Katz
        Enzyme-based logic systems: Composition, operation, interfacing and applications.
        In: Springer Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, R.A. Meyers (Ed.-in-Chief), Volume title: Unconventional computing, A. Adamatzky (Ed.), Springer, 2017.
        In press.

435. D. Molinnus, A. Poghossian, M. Keusgen, E. Katz, M.J. Schöning
        Coupling of biomolecular logic gates with electronic transducers: From single enzyme logic gates to Sense/Act/Treat chips.
        Electroanalysis 2017, 29, 1840-1849.

436. S.F. Bakshi, N. Guz, A. Zakharchenko, H. Deng, A. Tumanov, C.D. Woodworth, S. Minko, D.M. Kolpashchikov, E. Katz
        Magnetic field-activated sensing of mRNA in living cells.
        J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, in press.

437. Y. Filipov, S. Domanskyi, M.L. Wood, M. Gamella, V. Privman, E. Katz
        Experimental realization of high quality biochemical XOR gate.
        ChemPhysChem 2017, 18, in press.

438. E.U. Akkaya, E. Katz, U. Pischel
        Molecular logic: From single logic gates to sophisticated logic circuits, from fundamental science to practical applications.
        ChemPhysChem 2017, 18, 1-2.

439. A. Zacharchenko, N. Guz, A.M. Laradji, E. Katz, S. Minko
        Magnetic field remotely controlled highly-selective biocatalysis.
        Nature Catalysis 2017, in press.

440. E. Honarvarfard, M. Gamella, A. Poghossian, M.J. Schöning, E. Katz
        An enzyme-based reversible Controlled NOT (CNOT) logic gate operating on a semiconductor transducer.
        Applied Materials Today 2017, in press.

441. M. Gamella, A. Koushanpour, E. Katz
        Biofuel Cells – Activation of micro- and macro-electronic devices.
        Bioelectrochemistry 2017, in press.




updated on September 11, 2017