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Biosensors and Modern Biospecific Analytical Techniques

Lars Gorton



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Elsevier Science Ltd
02 April 2005
Analytical chemistry; Biosensors
Biosensors and Modern Biospecific Analytical Techniques further expands the Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry series' coverage of rapid analysis based on advanced technological developments. This 12-chapter volume summarizes the main developments in the biosensors field over the last 10 years. It provides a comprehensive study on the different types of biosensors, including DNA-based, enzymatic, optical, self-assembled monolayers and the third generation of biosensors. As well as many technological developments on bioanalytical microsystems and new materials for biosensors, antibody and immunoassay developments have a prominent place in the book.
Edited by:   Lars Gorton
Imprint:   Elsevier Science Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   v. 44
Dimensions:   Height: 240mm,  Width: 165mm,  Spine: 44mm
Weight:   1.310kg
ISBN:   9780444507150
ISBN 10:   0444507159
Series:   Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry
Pages:   490
Publication Date:   02 April 2005
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
1. Biosensors Based On Self-Assembled Monolayers. 2. Third Generation Biosensors-Integrating Recognition And Transduction In Electrochemical Sensors. 3. Enzyme Biosensors Containing Polymeric Electron Transfer Systems. 4. DNA-Based Biosensors. 5. Optical Biosensors. 6. Bioanalytical Microsystems: Technology And Applications. 7. New Materials For Biosensors, Biochips And Molecular Bioelectronics. 8. Electrochemical Antibody-Based Sensors. 9. Immunoassay: Potentials And Limitations. 10. Non-Affinity Sensing Technology: The Exploitation Of Biocatalytic Events For Environmental Analysis. 11. Biosensors For Bioprocess Monitoring. 12. Coupling Of Microdialysis Sampling With Biosensing Detection Modes.

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