Journal Papers
1990 - 1999

1999

176. M.E. McGovern and M. Thompson, “Thiol functionalization of surfaces for biosensor development”, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 77, 1678 (1999).

175. L.M. Furtado and M. Thompson, “High-density oligonucleotide and DNA probe arrays for the analysis of target DNA”, Analyst, 124, 1133 (1999).

174. B.A. Cavic, G.L. Hayward and M. Thompson, “Acoustic waves and the study of biochemical macromolecules and cells at the sensor-liquid interface”, Analyst, 124, 1405 (1999).

173. L.-E. Cheran, H.-D. Liess, and M. Thompson, “Scanning Kelvin microprobe in the tandem analysis of surface topography and chemistry”, Analyst, 124, 961 (1999).

172. L.M. Furtado, H. Su, M. Thompson, D.P. Mack and G.L. Hayward, “Interaction of HIV-1 TAR RNA with Tat-derived peptides discriminated by on-line acoustic wave detector”, Analytical Chemistry, 71, 1167 (1999).

171. J. Rickert, G.L. Hayward, B.A. Cavic-Vlasak, M. Thompson and W. Gopel, “Biosensors based on acoustic wave devices” in Sensors Update 5, Eds., H. Baltes, W. Gopel and J. Hesse, Wiley-VCH Publs., Weinheim, p.105 (1999).

170. S. Ghafouri and M. Thompson, “Interfacial properties of biotin conjugate - avidin complexes studied by acoustic wave sensor”, Langmuir, 15, 564 (1999).

1998

169. M.E. McGovern and M. Thompson, “Silanes and the thiol functionalization of surfaces”, Analytical Communications, 35, 391 (1998).

168. B.A. Cavic and M. Thompson, “Protein adsorption to organosiloxane surfaces studied by acoustic wave sensor”, Analyst, 123, 2191 (1998).

167. L.M. Furtado and M. Thompson, “Hybridization of complementary strand and single-base mutated oligonucleotides detected by on-line acoustic wave sensor”, Analyst, 123, 1937 (1998).

166. M. Thompson and D.C. Stone, “Reflections on analytical chemistry and interdisciplinary research”, Analyst, 123, 95N (1998). 165. G.L. Hayward and M.Thompson, “Transverses shear model of a piezoelectric chemical sensor”, Journal of Applied Physics, 83, 2194 (1998).

164. M. Thompson, M.D. Frank and D.C. Stone, “Sensor response and computational molecular modeling”, in Biosensors for Direct Monitoring of Environmental Pollutants in the Field, Eds. D.P. Nikolelis and U.J. Krull, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Kluwer Publs., Dordrecht, p.27 (1998).

163. L. Bui and M. Thompson, “Neural networks and self-referent acoustic wave sensor signaling”, in Polymers in sensors; Theory and practice, Eds. N. Akmal and A.M. Usmani, ACS Symposium Series 690, p.78 (1998).

1997

162. M.E. McGovern and M. Thompson, “Nucleic acid biosensor technology in clinical diagnosis, pathogen detection and drug discovery”, Canadian Chemical News, 49, No. 4, 11 (1997).

161. M. Thompson, M.D. Frank and D.C. Stone, “Study of bimolecular interactions by molecular modeling and surface acoustic wave sensor device”, Electroanalysis, 9, 1054 (1997).

160. M. Thompson and G.L. Hayward, “Mass response of the thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor in liquids as a central misleading dogma”, in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Frequency Control, p.114 (1997).

159. Z. Deng, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Characterization of polymer films of pyrrole derivatives for chemical sensing by cyclic voltammetry, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and vapour sorption studies”, Analyst, 122, 1329 (1997).

158. B.A. Cavic, F.L. Chu, L.M. Furtado, S. Ghafouri, G.L. Hayward, D.P. Mack, M.E. McGovern, H. Su and M. Thompson, “Acoustic waves and the real-time study of biochemical macromolecules at the liquid-solid interface”, Faraday Discussion, 107, 159 (1997).

157. P.C.H. Li and M. Thompson, “Water-instigated changes in the elastic modulus of polypyrrole studied by thin rod acoustic wave sensor”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 353, 255 (1997).

156. M. Yang, M.E. McGovern and M. Thompson, “Genosensor technology and the detection of interfacial nucleic acid chemistry”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 346, 259 (1997).

155. M. Muratsugu, A.D. Romaschin and M. Thompson, “Adhesion of human platelets to collagen detected by 51chromium labeling and acoustic wave sensor”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 342, 23 (1997).

154. H. Su, S. Chong and M. Thompson, “Kinetics of hybridization of interfacial RNA homopolymers studied by thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor", Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 12, 161 (1997).

1996

153. P.C.H. Li and M. Thompson, “Mass sensitivity of a tube acoustic wave sensor in the extensional mode”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 336, 13 (1996).

152. Z. Deng, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Effect of redox state on the response to organic vapours of poly-N-(2-cyanoethyl) pyrrole coated thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensors”, Analyst, 121, 1341 (1996).

151. P.C.H. Li and M. Thompson, “Mass sensitivity of the thin rod acoustic wave sensor in flexural and extensional modes”, Analytical Chemistry, 68, 2590 (1996).

150. H. Su, S. Chong and M. Thompson, “Interfacial hybridization of RNA homopolymers studied by liquid phase acoustic network analysis”, Langmuir, 12, 2247 (1996).

149. H. Su and M. Thompson, “Rheological and interfacial properties of nucleic acid films studied by thickness shear mode acoustic wave sensor and network analysis", Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 74, 344 (1996).

148. Z. Deng, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Selective detection of aroma components by acoustic wave sensors coated with conducting polymer films”, Analyst, 121, 671 (1996).

147. B.A. Cavic-Vlasak, M. Thompson and D.C. Smith, “Silicones and their analysis in biological matrices”, Analyst, 121, 53R (1996).

146. M. Viens, P.C.H. Li, Z. Wang, C.K. Jen, M. Thompson and J.D.N. Cheeke, “Mass sensitivity of thin rod acoustic wave devices”, IEEE Transactions, Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, 43, 852 (1996).

1995

145. Z. Deng, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Poly N-(2cyanoethyl) pyrrole as a selective film for the thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor”, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 73, 1427 (1995).

144. P.C.H. Li and M. Thompson, “Carbon dioxide recognition by rhodium (I) complexes studied by IR and NMR spectroscopies and by acoustic wave sensor”, Analyst, 120, 2529 (1995).

143. S.J. Vigmond, V. Ghaemmaghami and M. Thompson, “Source-dependence of Raman spectra of polypyrrole with application to sensor-gas probe interactions”, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 73, 1711 (1995).

142. H. Su, P. Williams and M. Thompson, “Platinum anticancer drug binding to DNA detected by thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor”, Analytical Chemistry, 67, 1010 (1995).

141. M. Thompson and H. Su, “Analysis of nucleic acids: chromatographic and electrophoresis methods”, in Encyclopedia of Analytical Science, Academic Press, London, p.3609 (1995).

140. H. Su and M. Thompson, “Kinetics of interfacial nucleic acid hybridization studied by acoustic network analysis”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 10, 329 (1995).

1994

139. K.M.R. Kallury and M.Thompson, “Extraordinary thermal stabilization of enzymes through attachment by covalently bound phospholipids”, in Chemically modified surfaces, Royal Society of Chemistry, U.K., p.139 (1994).

138. P.C.H. Li and M. Thompson, “Carbon dioxide sensing based on recognition by trans-[carbonylhydroxybis(triphenylphosphine)rhodium(I)] deposited on acoustic wave devices”, Analyst, 11, 1947 (1994).

137. M.E. McGovern, K.M.R. Kallury and M. Thompson, “Role of solvent on the silanization of glass with octadecyltrichlorosilane”, Langmuir, 10, 3607 (1994).

136. L. Tessier, F. Patat and M. Thompson, “Effect of the generation of compressional waves on the response of the thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor in liquids”, Analytical Chemistry, 66, 3569 (1994).

135. F. Ferrante, A.L. Kipling and M. Thompson, “Molecular slip at the solid-liquid interface of an acoustic wave sensor”, Journal of Applied Physics, 76, 3448 (1994).

134. K.M.R. Kallury, P.M. Macdonald, and M. Thompson, “Effect of surface water and base catalysis on the silanization of silica by (aminopropyl) alkoxysilanes studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and 13C cross-polarization/magic angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance”, Langmuir, 10, 492 (1994).

133. S.J. Vigmond, M.C. Chang, KM.R. Kallury and M. Thompson, “Direct synthesis of aryldipyrromethanes”, Tetrahedron Letters, 35, 16, 2455 (1994).

132. H. Su, K.M.R. Kallury, M. Thompson and A. Roach, “Interfacial nucleic acid hybridization studied by 32P random primer labeling and acoustic network analysis”, Analytical Chemistry, 66, 769 (1994).

131. M. Thompson, M.D. Frank and D.C. Stone, “Molecular modeling and chemical sensor response”, in Interfacial Design and Chemical Sensing, Eds. T. E. Mallouk and J. Harrison, ACS Symposium Series 561, p.155 (1994).

1993

130. M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Perturbation of the electrified interface and the response of the thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor under conductive liquid loading”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 3591 (1993).

129. M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Acoustic network analysis and equivalent circuit simulation of the thickness-shear mode acoustic wave sensor in the liquid phase”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 282, 505 (1993).

128. M. Yang, F.L. Chung and M. Thompson, “Acoustic network analysis as a novel technique for studying protein adsorption and denaturation at surfaces”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 3713 (1993).

127. A.W. Dorn and M. Thompson, “Intrinsic conductance of inorganic ions through bilayer lipid membranes”, in Ion-Transfer Kinetics, Ed. J.R. Sandifer, VCH Publishers, NY, p. 55 (1995).

126. K.M.R. Kallury, W.E. Lee and M. Thompson, “Enhanced enzyme activity of urease immobilized via its carboxylic acid groups onto phospholipid-coated silica, tungsten and fluoropolymer surfaces”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 2459 (1993).

125. M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Surface morphology and the response of the thickness-shear- mode acoustic wave sensor in liquids”, Langmuir, 9, 1990 (1993).

124. P.C.H. Li, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Flexural thin rod acoustic wave devices as chemical sensors”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 2177 (1993).

123. L.N. Bui, M. Thompson, P.G. Kalman, A.D. Romaschin and N.B. McKeown, “Surface modification of the biomedical polymer poly(ethylene terephthalate)”, Analyst, 118, 463 (1993).

122. M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Multiple chemical information from the thickness-shear-mode acoustic wave sensor in the liquid phase”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 1158 (1993).

121. H. Su, K.M.R. Kallury, M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Network-analysis-acoustic energy transmission detection of polynucleotide hybridization at the sensor-liquid interface”, Analyst, 118, 309 (1993).

120. M. Yang, M. Thompson and W.C. Duncan-Hewitt, “Interfacial properties and the response of the thickness-shear-mode acoustic wave sensor in liquids”, Langmuir, 9, 802 (1993).

119. D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Interdigital capacitance and surface acoustic wave sensors”, Analytical Chemistry, 65, 352 (1993).

1992

118. S.J. Vigmond, K.M.R. Kallury and M. Thompson, “Pyrrole copolymerization and polymer derivatization studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy”, Analytical Chemistry, 64, 2763 (1992).

117. M. Yang and M. Thompson, “Thickness-shear-mode acoustic wave sensors and flow injection analysis”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 269, 167 (1992).

116. J.D. Brennan, R.S. Brown, V. Ghaemmaghami, K.M.R. Kallury, M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Immobilization of amphiphilic membranes for the development of optical and electrochemical biosensors”, in Proceedings of the Symposium on Chemically Modified Surfaces, Ed. R. Mottola, Elsevier, Amsterdam, p. 275 (1992).

115. J.S. Tauskela and M. Thompson, “Non-selective interactions of concanavalin A with phosphatidylcholine small unilamellar vesicles: Implications for chemical sensor development”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 264, 185 (1992).

114. M. Thompson and D.C. Stone, “Molecular modeling and the selective sensor response”, in Sensors and Sensory Systems for an Electronic Nose, Eds. J.W. Gardner and P.N. Bartlett, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, p.25 (1992).

113. E.J. Graziani, N.B. McKeown, P.G. Kalman and M. Thompson, “Surface selective modification of fluoropolymer biomaterial”, International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 30, 217 (1992).

112. K.M.R. Kallury, M. Thompson, C.P. Tripp and M.L. Hair, “Interaction of silicon surfaces silanized with octadecylchlorosilanes with octadecanoic acid and octadecanamine studied by ellipsometry, XPS and reflectance FTIR”, Langmuir, 8, 947 (1992).

111. K.M.R. Kallury, W. Lee and M. Thompson, “Enhancement of the thermal and storage stability of urease by covalent attachment to phospholipid-bound silica”, Analytical Chemistry, 64, 1062 (1992).

110. W.C. Duncan-Hewitt and M. Thompson, “Four-layer theory for the acoustic wave sensor in liquids incorporating interfacial slip and liquid structure”, Analytical Chemistry, 64, 94 (1992).

109. J.S. Tauskela and M. Thompson, “A 31P NMR spin-lattice relaxation and 31P (1H) nuclear Overhauser effect study of sonicated small unilamellar phosphatidylcholine vesicles”, Biochimica and Biophysica Acta, 1104, 137 (1992).

108. J.S. Tauskela, M. Akler and M. Thompson, “The size dependence of cholate-dialyzed vesicles on phosphatidylcholine concentration”, Analytical Biochemistry, 201, 201 (1992).

107. S.J. Vigmond, V. Ghaemmaghami, K.M.R. Kallury and M. Thompson, “Characterization of the polypyrrole film-piezoelectric sensor combination”, Talanta, 39, 449 (1992).

1991

106. N.B. McKeown, G. Chang, J. Niven, A.D. Romaschin, G.J. Wilson, M. Thompson and P.G. Kalman, “Facilitation of endothelial cell growth on hydroxylated ePTFE vascular grafts”, Transactions of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs, 37, M477 (1991).

105. U.J. Krull, D.P. Nikolelis, J.D. Brennan, R.S. Brown, M. Thompson, V. Ghaemmaghami and K.M.R. Kallury, “Control of ion transport through lipid membranes”, Analytical Proceedings, 28, 370 (1991).

104. M. Thompson, A.L. Kipling, W.C. Duncan-Hewitt, Lj.V. Rajakovic and B.A. Cavic-Vlasak, “Thickness-shear-mode acoustic wave sensors in the liquid phase”, Analyst, 116, 881 (1991).

103. L. Bui, R. DeBono, V. Ghaemmaghami, K.M.R. Kallury, P. Li, N. McKeown, D.C. Stone, H.B. Su, L. Tessier, S.J. Vigmond and M. Thompson, “Formation of sensor surfaces with covalently-bound recognitive elements and their application to acoustic wave, optical and electrochemical devices”, Advances in Biosensors, JAI Press, London, U.K., Vol. 2, 181 (1992).

102. N.B. McKeown, P.G. Kalman, R. Sodhi, A.D. Romaschin and M. Thompson, “Surface selective chemical modification of fluoropolymer using aluminum deposition”, Langmuir, 7, 2146 (1991).

101. K.M.R. Kallury, R.F. De Bono, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Covalent binding of amino, carboxy and nitro-substituted aminopropyltriethoxysilanes to oxidized silicon surfaces and their interaction with octadecanamine and octadecanoic acid studied by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and ellipsometry”, Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 5, 801 (1991).

100. K.M.R. Kallury, M. Cheung, V. Ghaemmaghami, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Silanization of oxidized silicon and aluminum surfaces with functionalist silanes with characterization by wettability, ellipsometry, XPS and quartz crystal microbalance studies", Colloids and Surfaces, 63, 1 (1992).

99. M. Thompson, D.C. Stone and R. Nisman, “Response selectivity of etched surface acoustic wave sensors”, Analytica Chimica Acta, 248, 143 (1991).

98. Lj.V. Rajakovic, B. Cavic-Vlasak and M. Thompson, “The potential of piezoelectric crystals as analytical chemical sensors. Part II. Liquid phase piezoelectric sensors”, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 56, 111 (1991).

97. Lj.V. Rajakovic and M. Thompson, “The potential of piezoelectric crystals as analytical chemical sensors. Part I. Gas phase piezoelectric sensors”, Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 56, 103 (1991).

96. M. Thompson and U.J. Krull, “Biosensors and the transduction of molecular recognition”, Analytical Chemistry, 63, 393A (1991).

95. Lj.V. Rajakovic, B.A. Cavic-Vlasak, V. Ghaemmaghami, K.M.R. Kallury, A.L. Kipling and M. Thompson, “Mediation of acoustic transmission by the interfacial viscosity of liquid-phase acoustic wave sensors”, Analytical Chemistry, 63, 615 (1991).

94. K.M.R. Kallury, U.J. Krull and M. Thompson, “Fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry of some alkoxy and chloro silanes”, Organic Mass Spectrometry, 26, 81 (1991).

1990

93. M. Thompson and D.C. Stone, “A surface acoustic wave sensor gas-chromatograph surface acoustic wave detector for screening molecular recognition by gas chromatography”, Analytical Chemistry, 62, 1895 (1990).

92. A.L. Kipling and M. Thompson, “The network analysis method applied to liquid- phase acoustic wave sensors”, Analytical Chemistry, 62, 514 (1990).

91. M. Thompson, R. De Bono, A.L. Mallon and M.J. Scaini, “The use of metal island films to support radiative surface plasmons as a method of transducing interfacial events”, in Biosensor Technology: Fundamentals and Applications, Eds. R.P. Buck, W.E. Hatfield, M. Umana and E.F. Bowden, New York, p. 329 (1990).

90. W.M. Heckl, F.M. Marassi, K.M.R. Kallury, D.C. Stone and M. Thompson, “Selective binding of nitrobenzene derivatives to aminopropyltriethoxysilane studied by surface acoustic wave sensor response and molecular modeling”, Analytical Chemistry, 62, 32 (1990).