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Nanobioelectrochemistry : from implantable biosensors to green power generation

Author: Frank N Crespilho
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Nanobioelectrochemistry covers the modern aspects of bioelectrochemistry, nanoscience and materials science. The combination of nanostructured materials and biological molecules enables the development of biodevices capable to detect specific substances. Furthermore, by using the bioelectrochemistry approach, the interaction between bio-systems and nanostructured materials can be studied at the molecular level,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank N Crespilho
ISBN: 9783642292507 364229250X
OCLC Number: 805721293
Description: 1 online resource : col. ill.
Contents: Nanoscience-Based Electrochemical Sensors and Arrays for Detection of Cancer Biomarker Proteins / James F. Rusling, Bernard Munge, Naimish P. Sardesai, Ruchika Malhotra and Bhaskara V. Chikkaveeraiah --
Nanomaterials for Biosensors and Implantable Biodevices / Roberto A. S. Luz, Rodrigo M. Iost and Frank N. Crespilho --
Nanomaterials for Enzyme Biofuel Cells / Serge Cosnier, Alan Le Goff and Michael Holzinger --
Biosensors Based on Field-Effect Devices / José Roberto Siqueira Jr., Edson Giuliani Ramos Fernandes, Osvaldo Novais de Oliveira Jr. and Valtencir Zucolotto --
Using Supramolecular Chemistry Strategy for Mapping Electrochemical Phenomena on the Nanoscale / Anna Thaise Bandeira Silva, Janildo Lopes Magalhães, Eduardo Henrique Silva Sousa and Welter Cantanhêde da Silva --
DNA and Enzyme-Based Electrochemical Biosensors: Electrochemistry and AFM Surface Characterization / Christopher Brett and Ana Maria Oliveira-Brett --
Electrochemical-Surface Plasmon Resonance: Concept and Bioanalytical Applications / Danielle C. Melo Ferreira, Renata Kelly Mendes and Lauro Tatsuo Kubota.
Responsibility: Frank N. Crespilho, editor.
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This book describes electrochemical techniques for patterning electrode surfaces with enzymes, organelles, cells and biomimetic systems. Coverage includes the use of enzymes and microorganisms as  Read more...

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