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Items where Author is "Heli, Bentolhoda"

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Alavijeh, D. K., Heli, B., & Ajji, A. (2024). Development of a sensitive colorimetric indicator for detecting beef spoilage in smart packaging. Sensors, 24(12), 3939 (16 pages). Available

Heli, B., Younes, G. R., Arguindeguy, K., & Ajji, A. (2024). Synthesis and Characterization of Antimicrobial Bacterial Cellulose Crosslinked with Branched Polyethylenimine. Carbohydrate Polymer Technologies and Applications, 7, 100457 (9 pages). Available

Heli, B., El-Rifai, S., Ajji, A., & Heuzey, M.-C. (2023). Characterization of heat-treated chitosan cast films and their antimicrobial activity on the growth of natural flora of pasteurized milk. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 232, 123446 (9 pages). External link

Heli, B., & Ajji, A. (2020). Toward a nanopaper-based and solid phase immunoassay using FRET for the rapid detection of bacteria. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 11 pages. External link

Abdali, H., Heli, B., & Ajji, A. (2019). Cellulose nanopaper cross-linked amino graphene/polyaniline sensors to detect CO₂ gas at room temperature. Sensors, 19(23), 10 pages. External link

Abdali, H., Heli, B., & Ajji, A. (2019). Stable and sensitive amino-functionalized graphene/polyaniline nanofiber composites for room-temperature carbon dioxide sensing. RSC Advances, 9(70), 41240-41247. External link


Heli, B., & Ajji, A. (2021, July). The application of the plasmonic nanopaper in the optical-based sensing approaches [Paper]. 21st IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology (NANO 2021), Montreal, Québec, Canada (1 page). External link

Ph.D. thesis

Heli, B. (2017). Bacterial Cellulose Supported Sensor for Bacteria and Gas Detection Development [Ph.D. thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal]. Available

Patent Application

Ajji, A., & Heli, B. (2020). Solid Phase Immunoassay Apparatus and Method for Rapid Detection of Bacteria. (Patent Application no. US20200103404). External link

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