Bajramshahe Shkodra

Bajramshahe Shkodra
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano | Unibolzano · Faculty of Science and Technology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Bajramshahe Shkodra currently works at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. Bajramshahe does research in Food Science, Electrochemistry and Biochemistry.

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Publications (18)
Conference Paper
In this work, a flexible and planar electrolyte-gated carbon nanotube field-effect transistor-based sensor for ammonium detection is reported. The active layer was manufactured by means of a spray-deposited semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) thin film. The device was functionalized with an ion-selective membrane, based on the nona...
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Over the past few years, wearable sensors have become more and more widespread, thanks to the possibility to perform non-invasive and real-time monitoring of various physiological parameters (e.g., heart rate, temperature, blood pressure). One of the most interesting source of information is the sweat, being rich of metabolites, proteins, ions, etc...
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In this work, we propose a novel disposable flexible and screen-printed electrochemical aptamer-based sensor (aptasensor) for the rapid detection of chlorpyrifos (CPF). To optimize the process, various characterization procedures were employed, including Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS),...
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Electrochemical biosensors are widely investigated as they represent attractive analytical tools for detection of a broad range of bio-molecules, thanks to their simplicity, high sensitivity and short response time. Especially, biosensors employing an electrolyte-gated field-effect transistors (EG-FETs) as electrochemical transduction element have...
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In this work, we present a novel, sensitive, easy-to-fabricate, flexible amperometric sensor constituted by screen-printed silver (Ag) electrodes functionalized with a copper (Cu) film electrodeposited on top of a spray coated network of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs). The Cu/SWCNTs/Ag electrode showed excellent catalytic activity towards...
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Tetracycline (TC) is a widely known antibiotic used worldwide to ‘’treat animals. Its residues in animal-origin foods cause adverse health effects to consumers. Low-cost and real-time measuring systems of TC in food samples are, therefore, extremely needed. In this work, a three-electrode sensitive and label-free sensor was developed to detect TC r...
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Nowadays, there is a high demand for sensitive and selective real-time analytical methods suitable for a wide range of applications, from personalized tele-medicine, drug discovery, food safety, and quality control, to defense, security, as well as environmental monitoring. Biosensors are analytical devices able to detect biochemical analytes (e.g....
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Nitrate (NO3–) contamination is becoming a major concern due to the negative effects of an excessive NO3– presence in water which can have detrimental effects on human health. Sensitive, real-time, low-cost, and portable measurement systems able to detect extremely low concentrations of NO3– in water are thus becoming extremely important. In this w...
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Chemical biosensors with the capacity to continuously monitor various neurotransmitter dynamics can be powerful tools to understand complex signaling pathways in the brain. However, in vivo detection of neurochemicals is challenging for many reasons such as the rapid release and clearance of neurotransmitters in the extracellular space, or the low...
Conference Paper
In this work, we realized a printed immunosensor based on a competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) to allow histamine detection. We investigated the effect of modifying the immunosensor electrodes with spray-deposited poly(3,4-ethyldioxythiophene)poly(styrenesulfunate) (PEDOT:PSS) and single walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) films. Cycl...
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Ochratoxin A (OTA) is one of the most widely known and highly toxic types of mycotoxins, able to contaminate different food products and result in serious health problems for consumers. It is therefore important to detect OTA using fast, simple and reliable techniques. In this work, bendable and stretchable selective OTA biosensors were screen-prin...
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Furaneol is a widely used flavoring agent, which can be naturally found in different products, such as strawberries or thermally processed foods. This is why it is extremely important to detect furaneol in the food industry using ultra-sensitive, stable, and selective sensors. In this context, electrochemical biosensors are particularly attractive...
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Abstract Heterocyclic amine histamine is a well-known foodborne toxicant (mostly linked to “scombroid poisoning”) synthesized from the microbial decarboxylation of amino acid histidine. In this work, we report the fabrication of a flexible screen-printed immunosensor based on a silver electrode coated with single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) fo...

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STEX is a project focused on the development of wearable sensors for real-time monitoring of muscle activity in the lower body. The main aim of STEX is monitoring high-performance muscle activity in cycling and running training, as well as in clinical rehabilitation using internet-of-things type connectivity for data acquisition, processing and storing. The project's objectives are based on the development and employment of sensors capable of perceiving different parameters of single muscle groups: power output by electromyography or equivalent technique and lactate detection by using both printable polymeric electrochemical biosensors and optical-based methods. The project is also aiming at comparatively analyzing the performance and the reliability achieved using the different approaches. Official website of the project: http://stex.microgate.it/