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Bioinstrumentation and BioMEMS Laboratory

Research Highlight:

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(TOP) Observed separation of groups based on multiway Partial Least Squares-Discriminant Analysis.

(BOTTOM) Baseline removal using Asymmetric Least Squares (ALS).

SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE

Thank you for your interest in our work that is developed for the community. We strive to make our software, PCB designs and microcontroller code available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available for each of the works listed below. All materials are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using these materials must cite the corresponding original publication.

AnalyzeIMS (xxx release)

Yeap D, Hichwa PT, Rajapakse MY, Peirano DJ, McCartney MM, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE*. (2019) Machine vision methods, natural language processing and machine learning algorithms for automated dispersion plot analysis and chemical identification from complex mixtures. Analytical Chemistry 91: 10509-10517. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.9b01428

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software HERE. Please note that AnalyzeIMS is available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software is ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software must cite the original publication and this most recent publication.

Mobile Platform, Combination Spirometer and Exhaled Breath Monitor

Fung AG, Tan L, Duong T, Schivo M, Delplanque JP, Davis CE*, Kenyon NJ*. (2019) Designing a mobile platform, combination spirometer and exhaled breath monitor. Diagnostics 9(3): 100. DOI: 10.3390/diagnostics9030100

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software, microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code, microcontroller code and PCB design specifications for our platform are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

HALF-IMS Chemical Sensor

Zrodnikov Y, Rajapakse MY, Peirano DJ, Aksenov AA, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE*. (2019) High Asymmetric Longitudinal Field Ion Mobility Spectrometry (HALF-IMS) device for low power mobile chemical separation and detection. Analytical Chemistry 91(9): 5523-5529. DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b05577

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software, microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code, microcontroller code and PCB design specifications for our HALF-IMS are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

Wearable Pre-Concentrator Sampler

Fung AG, Rajapakse MY, McCartney MM, Falcon AK, Fabia F, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE*. (2019) Wearable environmental monitor to quantify personal ambient volatile organic compound exposures. ACS Sensors 94: 1358-1364. DOI: 10.1021/acssensors.9b00304

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software, microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code, microcontroller code and PCB design specifications for our wearable pre-concentrator sampler are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

Active-Air-Sampler

Fung AG, Yamaguchi MS, McCartney MM, Aksenov AA, Pasamontes A, Davis CE*. ( 2019) SPME-based mobile field device for active sampling of volatiles. Microchemical Journal 146: 407-413. DOI: 10.1016/j.microc.2019.01.012

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software, microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code, microcontroller code and PCB design specifications for our modular Active Air Sampler system are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

Modular GC-DMS

Anishchenko I, McCartney MM, Fung AG, Peirano DJ, Schirle MJ, Kenyon NJ, Davis CE*. (2018) Modular and reconfigurable gas chromatography / differential mobility spectrometry (GC/DMS) package for detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). International Journal of Ion Mobility Spectrometry 21(4): 125-136. DOI: 10.1007/s12127-018-0240-4

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software, microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code, microcontroller code and PCB design specifications for our modular GC-DMS system are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

YouTube

A video tutorial is available HERE, and HERE, and HERE, and comments/questions can be directed to .

Portable Exhaled Breath Condensate Sampler

Zamuruyev KO, Schmidt AJ, Borras E, Schivo M, Kenyon NJ, Delplanque JP, Davis CE*. (2018) Power efficient, self-cleaning hydrophilic condenser surface for portable exhaled breath condensate (EBC) metabolomic sampling. Journal of Breath Research 12: 036020. DOI: 10.1088/1752-7163/aac5a5

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the microcontroller code and PCB designs HERE. Please note the software code and PCB design specifications for our portable exhaled breath condensate (EBC) metabolomic sampling device are available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software and PCB designs are ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software and/or hardware designs must cite this original publication.

YouTube

A video tutorial is available HERE, and HERE, and comments/questions can be directed to .

AnalyzeIMS (AIMS)

Peirano DJ, Pasamontes A, Davis CE*. (2016) Supervised Semi-Automated Data Analysis Software for Gas Chromatography / Differential Mobility Spectrometry (GC/DMS) Metabolomics Applications. International Journal for Ion Mobility Spectrometry 19(2): 155-166. DOI: 10.1007/s12127-016-0200-9

GitHub

A moderated access point is available to view and download the software code HERE. Please note that AnalyzeIMS is available for academic/nonprofit research and personal use only. Commercial licensing may be available. The software is ©The Regents of the University of California, Davis campus, all other rights reserved. Future published scientific manuscripts or reports using this software must cite this original publication.

YouTube

A video tutorial is available HERE, and comments/questions can be directed to both and .