From Neural Networks and Biomolecular Engineering to Bioelectronics

Hardcover | March 31, 1995

EditorC. Nicolini

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Twenty papers from a July 1993 workshop on Elba, Italy, explore the use of biological materials and architectures for information processing and sensing systems and devices down to the molecular level. The three main areas of attention are new hardware architectures borrowed from the study of brain and sensory systems; protein engineering, especially of systems involved in electron transfer and molecular recognition; and sensors, thin film, and electronic devices using organic compounds and biopolymers. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Twenty papers from a July 1993 workshop on Elba, Italy, explore the use of biological materials and architectures for information processing and sensing systems and devices down to the molecular level. The three main areas of attention are new hardware architectures borrowed from the study of brain and sensory systems; protein engineer...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:261 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:March 31, 1995Publisher:Springer US

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Introduction. From Protein Engineering and Neural Networks to Bioelectronics; C. Nicolini. Smart Vision Chips in CCD and CCD/CMOS Technologies; G. Soncini, et al. Ion Sensitivie Field Effect Transistors: Basic Principles and Fabrication Technology; G. Soncini, et al. Computational Properties of Retinal Rod Photoreceptors; G.M. Ratto, et al. Structure-Function Relationships in Human Growth Hormone: Theoretical and Genetic Engineering Study; M.P. Kirpichnikov, et al. Proteins and Enzymes from Extremophiles: Academical and Industrial Prospects; M. Rossi. Electron Transfer from Bacterial Dehydrogenases; J.A. Duine. The Use of Paramagnetic Probes for NMR Investigation of Biomolecular Structures and Interactions; M. Scarselli, et al. Use of Molecular Dynamics for the Reconstruction of Complete Structures: A Study on Thioredoxin; E.A. Carrara, et al. Enzyme Bioamplification; A. Rigo, M. Scarpa. From Molecular Characterization to Molecular Manufacturing; C. Nicolini. Building Up Supramolecular Edifices Dedicated to a Specific Function; A. Barraud. Structural Properties of Monolayers and Langmuir-Boldgett Films by Xray Scattering Techniques; F. Rustichelli. 7 additional articles. Index.