Journal Papers
1980 - 1989

1989

89. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and E.T. Vandenberg, “Lessons learned from natural chemoreception: The artificial cell membrane in an electronic biosensor”, in Bioinstrumentation: Development and Applications, Ed. D. Wise, Butterworths Pub., New York, Chapt. 18, p. 469 (1989).

88. W.M. Heckl, K.M.R. Kallury, M. Thompson, C. Gerber, H.J.K. Horber and G. Binnig, “Characterization of a covalently-bound phospholipid on a graphite surface by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and scanning tunneling microscopy”, Langmuir, 5, 1433 (1989).

87. M. Thompson, M.D. Frank, W.M. Heckl, F.M. Marassi and S.J. Vigmond, “The molecular recognitive component of chemical sensor selectivity”, in Chemical Sensor Technology, Vol. 2, Kodansha, Tokyo, p.237 (1989).

86. A. Safarzadeh-Amiri, M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “An investigation of the physical properties of synthetic phospholipid bilayers using a fluorescent quinoline-based probe”, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology, A. Chemistry, 94, 151 (1989).

85. K.M.R. Kallury, V. Ghaemmaghami, U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and M.C. Davies, “Immobilization of phospholipids on silicon, platinum, indium/tin oxide and gold surfaces with characterization by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and time-of- flight secondary ion mass spectrometry”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 225, 369 (1989).

84. A. Safarzardeh-Amiri, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Trans-4-dimethylamino-4'- (1-oxobutyl stilbene): A new fluorescent probe of the bilayer lipid membrane", Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology, A. Chemistry, 47, 299 (1989).

83. W.M. Heckl, M. Thompson and H. Mohwald, “Fluorescence and electron microscopic study of lectin-polysaccharide and immunochemical aggregation at phospholipid Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers”, Langmuir, 5, 390 (1989).

82. J.L. Tedesco, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Molecular receptors and their potential for artificial transduction", Biosensors, 4, 135 (1989).

81. M. Thompson, V. Ghaemmaghami and L.J. Rajakovic, “Adsorption on film free and antibody-coated piezoelectric sensors”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 217, 111 (1989).

1988

80. J.L. Tedesco, K.M. Pearsall, M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Affinity purification of the mammalian beta-2-adrenergic receptor”, Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods, 17, 215 (1988).

79. A.G. Harrison, K.M.R. Kallury, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Mass spectra of aliphatic dicarboxylic acids and their dimethyl esters: Evidence for cyclic structures for the [M-2H2O]+ ions from the diacids and [M-2MeOH]+ ions from the dimethyl esters”, Organic Mass Spectrometry, 23, 723 (1988).

78. K.M.R. Kallury, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Studies on the Keto-enol equilibrium of 2-oxo-cycloalkanates MeOOOCCH(CH2)CO (n=3-6) by IR, 13C-NMR and mass spectrometry”, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 53, 1320 (1988).

77. J.R. Hallett, M. Thompson and R.B. Mason, “Archaeometry of medieval Islamic glazed ceramics from North Yemen”, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 66, 266 (1988).

76. K.M.R. Kallury, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of silica surfaces treated with polyfunctional silanes”, Analytical Chemistry, 60, 169 (1988).

75. M. Thompson, H.E. Wong and W.H. Dorn, “The Langmuir-Blodgett dipole potential: I. A. smeared dipole array model, II. Pulsing of the potential by direct subphase infusion of immunochemical and lectin-polysaccharide complexes”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 200, 319 (1988).

74. M. Thompson and W.H. Dorn, “Selective chemical transduction based on chemoreceptive control of membrane ion permeability”, in Chemical Sensors, Blackie, Glasgow, p. 168 (1988).

1987

73. M. Thompson, “Transduction of the chemoreceptor-effector interaction at Langmuir-Blodgett films and membranes”, in Biosensors, Ed. R.D. Schmid, GBF Monographs, Vol. 10, VCH Publishers, New York, p. 145 (1987).

72. M. Thompson, Biosensoren, Mikro Peripherik, October 1987.

71. K.M.R. Kallury, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Synthesis of phospholipids suitable for covalent binding to surfaces”, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 52, 5478 (1987).

70. M. Thompson, J.S. Tauskela and U.J. Krull, “On the direct immunochemical potentiometric signal”, in Electrochemical Sensors in Immunological Analysis, Plenum Press, New York, p. 1 (1987).

69. M. Thompson, G.K. Dhaliwal, C.L. Arthur and G.S. Calabrese, “The potential of the bulk acoustic wave device as a liquid-phase immunosensor”, IEEE Transactions, Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, UFFC-34, 128 (1987).

68. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Analytical Chemistry”, in The Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Academic Press, Vol. I, 557 (1987).

1986

67. U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Spontaneous lipid bilayer transmembrane electrical oscillations induced by concanavalin-A-polysaccharide interaction", Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 141, 912 (1986).

66. M. Thompson, A.D. Nunn and E.N. Treher, “X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of potential technetium-based organ-imaging agents”, Analytical Chemistry, 58, 3100 (1986).

65. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “The chemoreceptor-transducer interface in the development of biosensors”, in Electrochemistry, Sensors and Analysis, Eds. M.R. Smyth and J.G. Voss, Proceedings Electroanalysis na h'Eireann, Dublin, Eire, Elsevier, Amsterdam, p.247 (1986).

64. M. Thompson and G.K. Dhaliwal, “Interfacial effects in the operation of liquid- phase piezoelectric devices”, in Proceedings International Symposium on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux, France, p. 759 (1986).

63. M. Thompson, “The receptor-transducer interface in sensor technology”, in Proceedings International Symposium on Chemical Sensors, Bordeaux, France, p.626 (1986).

62. M. Thompson, W.H. Dorn, U.J. Krull, J.S. Tauskela, E.T. Vandenberg and H.E. Wong, “The primary events in chemical sensory perception: Olfaction as a model for selective chemical sensing”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 180, 251 (1986).

61. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and H.E. Wong, “Langmuir-Blodgett technology and receptor action in stabilized lipid membranes”, in Fundamentals and Applications of Chemical Sensors, American Chemical Society Symposium Series on Chemical Sensors, p.351 (1986).

60. M. Thompson and E.T. Vandenberg, “In vivo bioprobes: problems and perspectives”, Clinical Biochemistry, 19, 255 (1986).

59. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and H.E. Wong, “Chemical modification of the bilayer lipid membrane biosensor dipolar potential”, Journal of Electro-analytical Chemistry, Bioenergetics and Bioelectrochemistry, 15, 371 (1986).

58. M. Thompson, C.L. Arthur and G.K. Dhaliwal, “Liquid-phase piezoelectric and acoustic transmission studies of interfacial immunochemistry”, Analytical Chemistry, 58, 1206 (1986).

1985

57. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and H.E. Wong, “Simple instrumentation for Langmuir-Blodgett technology”, Analyst, 110, 1299 (1985).

56. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson, B. Winsborrow and H.E. Wong, “Langmuir-Blodgett film characteristics and phospholipid membrane ion conduction II: Effects of ethylenic chain oxidation”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 174, 95 (1985).

55. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson, E.T. Vandenberg and H.E. Wong, “Langmuir-Blodgett film characteristics and phospholipid membrane ion conduction I: Modification by cholesterol and oxidized derivatives”, Analytica Acta, 174, 83 (1985).

54. A. Arya, U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and H.E. Wong, “Langmuir-Blodgett deposition of lipid film on hydrogel as a basis for biosensor development”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 173, 331 (1985).

53. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull, L.I. Bendell-Young, I. Lundstrom and C. Nylander, “Local surface dipolar perturbation of lipid membranes by phloretin and its analogues”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 173, 129 (1985).

52. U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “The lipid membrane as selective transducer”, IEEE Transactions, Electron Devices, 32, 1180 (1985).

51. U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Lipid membrane technology for chemical and biosensor development”, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 4, 90 (1985).

1984

50. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and L.I. Bendell-Young, “Surface aggregate modulation of lipid membrane ion permeability”, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Bioenergetics and Bioelectrochemistry, 13, 255 (1984).

49. U.J. Krull, M. Thompson and A. Arya, “Chromatographic analysis of phospholipid and cholesterol oxidation”, Talanta, 31, 489 (1984).

48. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Biosensors and bioprobes”, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 3, 173 (1984).

1983

47. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and L.I. Bendell-Young, “The bilayer lipid membrane as a basis for a selective sensor for ammonia”, Talanta, 30, 919 (1983).

46. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and L.I. Bendell-Young, “Biosensors and their uses in flow injection systems”, Proceedings of the Analytical Division of the Royal Chemical Society, 20, 568 (1983).

45. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and L.I. Bendell-Young, “Lipid membrane dipole perturbation and chemoreception as models for selective chemical sensing”, in Proceedings International Symposium on Chemical Sensors, Fukuoka, Japan, Elsevier-Kodansha, p. 576 (1983).

44. U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Flow injection analysis with a bilayer lipid membrane electrochemical detection system”, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 2, VI (1983).

43. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and M.A. Venis, “A chemoreceptive bilayer lipid membrane based on an auxin: receptor ATPase electrogenic pump”, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 110, 300 (1983).

42. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Lipid membrane dipole perturbation and chemoreception as models for selective chemical sensing”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 147, 1 (1983).

41. M. Thompson and F.M. Widmar, “Thermomagnetic analysis in archaeometry: The Akhenaten temple project”, Analytical Letters, 16, 101 (1983).

1982

40. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Bilayer lipid membrane electrochemistry in a flow injection system”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 142, 207 (1982).

39. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “The electroanalytical response of the bilayer lipid membrane to valinomycin: An empirical treatment”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 141, 49 (1982).

38. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “The electroanalytical response of the bilayer lipid membrane to valinomycin, Membrane cholesterol content”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 141, 33 (1982).

37. M. Thompson and M. Stanisavljevic, “Organosulphur behaviour in a GC/MS membrane interface”, Talanta, 29, 867 (1982).

36. M. Thompson, R.B. Lenox and R.A. McClelland, “Structure and electrochemical properties of microfiltration filter-lipid membranes”, Analytical Chemistry, 54, 76 (1982).

1980

35. M. Thompson and E.A. Stubley, “Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy and oxidative electrochemistry of 8-hydroxyquinoline and derivatives”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 117, 179 (1980).

34. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and P.J. Worsfold, “The structure and electrochemical properties of a polymer-supported lipid biosensor”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 119, 133 (1980).

33. M. Thompson, U.J. Krull and P.J. Worsfold, “The analytical potential of chemoreception at bilayer lipid membranes”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 117, 121 (1980).

32. M. Thompson and M. Stanisavljevic, “Gas-chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry of organosulphur compounds and other labile molecules”, Talanta, 27, 477 (1980).