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Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips


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Hrsg. v. Robert S. Marks, David C. Cullen, Cranfield University, Isao Karube, Christopher R. Lowe und Howard H. Weetall


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John Wiley & Sons


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Biosensors and biochips are part of the huge and rapidly evolving areas of biomolecular and bioanalytical sciences. The market for biosensors and biochips is interdisciplinary and growing and has applications in a number of core research areas. 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. The content of the Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips is structured in the following subject areas:

- 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: Miniaturized, 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: Commercialization, business and regulatory issues

- Part X: Future implications, trends and perspectives

The Ultimate Resource on Biosensors and Biochips

- Large selection of color illustrations

- The most up-to-date information in a rapidly changing field

- Outstanding editors and authors

- There are 85 chapters and a further 10 part introductions, the latter written by the Editors

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