Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips

Handbook of Biosensors and Biochips

Online ISBN: 9780470061565

DOI: 10.1002/9780470061565

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  1. Part One Biosensor and Biochip Technologies
    1. Introduction to Biosensor and Biochip Technologies
    2. 1 Overview of Biosensor and Bioarray Technologies
    3. 2 Overview of Modern Analytical Needs
    4. 3 Historical Perspective of Biosensor and Biochip Development
  2. Part Two Biological and Molecular Recognition Systems
    1. Biological and Molecular Recognition Systems
    2. 4 Protein Recognition in Biology
    3. 5 Enzymology
    4. 6 Molecular Antibody Technologies for Biosensors and Bioanalytics
    5. 7 Phage-Displayed Epitopes as Bioreceptors for Biosensors
    6. 8 Luciferase Reporter Bacteriophages
    7. 9 Natural Luminescent Whole-Cell Bioreporters
    8. 10 Recombinant Bacterial Reporter Systems
    9. 11 Recombinant Whole-Cell Bioreporter Systems Based on Beetle Luciferases
    10. 12 Recombinant Aequorin-Based Systems for Biomarker Analysis
    11. 13 Yeast-Based Biosensors and Their Incorporation of Mammalian Protein Receptors for High-Throughput Screening
    12. 14 Molecularly Imprinted Polymers as Recognition Elements in Sensors
    13. 15 Aptameric Biosensors
  3. Part Three The Biology–Materials Interface
    1. The Biology–Materials Interface: Interfacial Science and Receptor Integration
    2. 16 Immobilization of Biomolecules by Electropolymerized Films
    3. 17 Electrochemical Polymerization for Preparation of Electrochemical Sensors
    4. 18 Smart Hydrogel Materials
    5. 19 Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy for Biomolecular Immobilization and Imaging
    6. 20 Modeling of Biosensor Interfaces
    7. 21 Ion Channel Biosensors
  4. Part Four Transducer Technologies for Biosensors
    1. Transducer Technologies for Biosensors and Bioarray Technologies
    2. 22 Electrochemical Techniques in Biosensors
    3. 23 Conductometric Enzyme Biosensors
    4. 24 Chemical and Biological Field-Effect Sensors for Liquids—A Status Report
    5. 25 Overview of Optical Biosensing Techniques
    6. 26 Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance (LSPR) Spectroscopy in Biosensing
    7. 27 Picoscopes, New Label-Free Biosensors
    8. 28 Chemiluminescent Optical Fiber Immunosensor
    9. 29 Bioluminescent Whole-Cell Optical Fiber Sensors
    10. 30 Phagocyte Luminescent Sensor
    11. 31 Applications of the Electrogenerated Luminescent Reactions in Biosensor and Biochip Developments
    12. 32 Dual Polarization Interferometry: A Real-Time Optical Technique for Measuring (Bio)molecular Orientation, Structure and Function at the Solid/Liquid Interface
    13. 33 Grating-Based Optical Biosensors
    14. 34 Holographic Sensors
    15. 35 Introduction to Acoustic Technologies
    16. 36 Love Wave Biosensors
    17. 37 Magnetic Acoustic Resonator Sensor (MARS)
    18. 38 Thermal Biosensor and Microbiosensor Techniques
    19. 39 Microcalorimetry and Related Techniques
    20. 40 Magnetic Biosensor Techniques
  5. Part Five Miniaturized, Micro and Particle Systems
    1. Miniaturized, Microengineered, and Particle Systems
    2. 41 Introduction to Microfluidic Techniques
    3. 42 Practical Aspects of Microfluidic Devices: Moving Fluids and Building Devices
    4. 43 Polymer-Based Microsystem Techniques
    5. 44 Microelectrochemical Systems
    6. 45 Micro- and Nanoelectromechanical Sensors
    7. 46 Nanobiolithography of Biochips
    8. 47 Nanosphere Lithography-Based Chemical Nanopatterns for Biosensor Design
    9. 48 Quantum Dots: Their Use in Biomedical Research and Clinical Diagnostics
    10. 49 Manipulation and Detection of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Diagnostic Applications
    11. 50 The Detection and Characterization of Ions, DNA, and Proteins Using Nanometer-Scale Pores
    12. 51 Conducting Polymer Nanowire-Based Biosensors
    13. 52 Biosensors Based on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Near-Infrared Fluorescence
  6. Part Six Array Technologies
    1. Array Technologies
    2. 53 Nucleic Acid Arrays
    3. 54 Protein Chips and Detection Tools
    4. 55 Surface-Enhanced Laser Desorption/Ionization (SELDI) Technology
    5. 56 Fiber-Optic Array Biosensors
    6. 57 Surface Plasmon Resonance Array Devices
    7. 58 Label-Free Gene and Protein Sensors Based on Electrochemical and Local Plasmon Resonance Devices
    8. 59 An Electrochemical Biochip Sensor for the Detection of Pollutants
    9. 60 Microcantilever Array Devices
    10. 61 Biosniffers (Gas-Phase Biosensors) as Artificial Olfaction
  7. Part Seven Data Analysis, Conditioning and Presentation
    1. Data Analysis, Conditioning and Presentation
    2. 62 Design of Data Algorithms for Blood Glucose Biosensors
    3. 63 Microarray Analysis Software and its Applications
    4. 64 Data Validation and Interpretation
    5. 65 Introduction to Bayesian Methods for Biosensor Design
  8. Part Eight Biosensor Applications
    1. Areas and Examples of Biosensor Applications
    2. 66 Genetic and Other DNA-Based Biosensor Applications
    3. 67 Examples of Biosensors for the Measurement of Trace Medical Analytes
    4. 68 Biosensors for Monitoring Metabolites in Clinical Medicine
    5. 69 Need for Biosensors in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
    6. 70 Biosensors for Neurological Disease
    7. 71 Utility of Biosensors in the Pharmaceutical Industry
    8. 72 Glucose Measurement Within Diabetes via “Traditional” Electrochemical Biosensors
    9. 73 Field-Operable Biosensors for Tropical Dispatch
    10. 74 Lateral-Flow Immunochromatographic Assays
    11. 75 Chip-Based Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring
    12. 76 Environmental Biochemical Oxygen Demand and Related Measurement
    13. 77 Optical Biosensor for the Determination of Trace Pollutants in the Environment
    14. 78 Food and Beverage Applications of Biosensor Technologies
    15. 79 Agriculture, Horticulture, and Related Applications
    16. 80 From Earth to Space: Biosensing at the International Space Station
    17. 81 Life Detection within Planetary Exploration: Context for Biosensor and Related Bioanalytical Technologies
  9. Part Nine Business and Regulatory Issues
    1. Commercialization, Business and Regulatory Issues
    2. 82 Biacore—Creating the Business of Label-Free Protein-Interaction Analysis
    3. 83 Commercialization of DNA Arrays—Affymetrix a Case Study
    4. 84 RAPTOR: Development of a Fiber-Optic Biosensor
    5. 85 Regulatory and Validation Issues for Biosensors and Related Bioanalytical Technologies
  10. Part Ten Implications, Trends and Perspectives
    1. The Future

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