bullet Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips (2 Volume set)



  Title: Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips

  Authors: Robert S. Marks, Christopher R. Lowe, David C. Cullen, Howard H. Weetall, Isao Karube

  Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

  Hardcove: 1500 pages

  Pubdate: 21 December, 2007

  ISBN: 0470019050




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 Book Description


With contributions from experts in the field, the Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips provides an essential reference, underpinning many of the applications used in medical diagnostics, environmental control and pharmaceutical and food industries. It presents an invaluable addition for those in both academia and industry.


Written for researchers and advanced students, this much needed concise volume is an ideal tool to use as a ready reference and captures the very latest in state-of-the-art research, providing readers with a broader and deeper understanding of the topic.



From the contents:


Part I: Introduction to biosensor and biochip technologies

Part II: Biological and molecular recognitions systems

Part III: The biology - materials interface: interfacial science and receptor integration

Part IV: Transducer technologies for biosensors and bio-array technologies

Part V: Miniaturised, micro-engineered and particle systems

Part VI: Array technologies

Part VII: Data analysis, conditioning and presentation

Part VIII: Areas and examples of biosensor applications

Part IX: Commercialisation, business and regulatory issues

Part X: Future implications, trends and perspectives

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