Advances in Chemical Bioanalysis by Frank-Michael MatysikAdvances in Chemical Bioanalysis by Frank-Michael Matysik

Advances in Chemical Bioanalysis

byFrank-Michael Matysik

Hardcover | July 3, 2014

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Expert authors provide critical, in-depth reviews of available methods for retrieving selective information out of complex biological systems. Sensors, probes and devices are present and future tools of medicinal diagnostics, environmental monitoring, food analysis and molecular biology. These are based on fluorescence, electrochemistry and mass spectrometry. Coverage of this volume includes sensor development for the detection of small analytes, monitoring of biomolecular interactions, analysis of cellular function, development of diagnostic tools.
Title:Advances in Chemical BioanalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pagesPublished:July 3, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319001817

ISBN - 13:9783319001814

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Table of Contents

Indicators for optical oxygen sensors.- Electron transfer mechanisms between microorganisms and electrodes in bioelectrochemical systems.- Synthesis and application of monodisperse polymeric nano- and micro-particles.- Upconverting phosphor labels for bioanalytical assays.- Biosensors based on periplasmatic binding proteins.- Periplasmic binding proteins in biosensing applications.- Hyphenation of electrochemistry with mass spectrometry for bioanalytical studies.

Editorial Reviews

From the book reviews:"This book in the series 'Bioanalytical Reviews' covers a wide range of applications in the field of chemical analysis. . The book might be useful both to those taking their first steps in chemical biosensing or to experienced researchers wishing keep well informed about advances in the field. . Interesting applications of each described technique are given, making the monograph a good source of information for scientists working in bioanalysis." (Christophe A. Marquette, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, December, 2014)