Electrochemistry for Bioanalysis provides a comprehensive understanding of the benefits and challenges of the application of electrochemical and electroanalytical techniques for measurement in biological samples. The book presents detailed information on measurement in a host of various biological samples from single cells, tissues and in vivo. Sections cover real insights surrounding key experimental design and measurement within multiple complex biological environments. Finally, users will find discussions on emerging topics such as electrogenerated chemiluminescence and the use of additive manufacturing for biosensor fabrication. Continuous learning reinforcement throughout the book, including problems for self-assessment, make this an ideal resource. Balances the fundamentals of electrochemical and neurochemical methods with current advances in the field of bioanalysis Includes self-assessment scenarios on experimental design and validation to teach readers key factors and considerations in measurement Highlights applications (such as sensors and biosensors) and key points within each chapter
"Covers the most recent methods and materials for the construction, validation, analysis, and design of electrochemical sensors for bioanalytical, clinical, and pharmaceutical applications--emphasizing the latest classes of enantioselective electrochemical sensors as well as electrochemical sensors for in vivo and in vitro diagnosis, for DNA assay and HIV detection, and as detectors in flow systems. Contains current techniques for the assay or biochemical assay of biological fluids and pharmaceutical compounds."
|Author||: S. Minteer|
|Publisher||: The Electrochemical Society|
|Release Date||: 2010-02|
|ISBN 10||: 1566778018|
|Pages||: 97 pages|
The papers included in this issue of ECS Transactions were originally presented in the symposium ¿Physical, Electroanalytical, and Bioanalytical Electrochemistry¿, held during the 216th meeting of The Electrochemical Society, in Vienna, Austria from October 4 to 9, 2009.
DNA (sometimes referred to as the molecule of life), is the most interesting and most important of all molecules. Electrochemistry of Nucleic Acids and Proteins: Towards Electrochemical Sensors for Genomics and Proteomics is devoted to the electrochemistry of DNA and RNA and to the development of sensors for detecting DNA damage and DNA hybridization. Volume 1, in the brand new series Perspectives in Bioanalysis, looks at the electroanalytical chemistry of nucleic acids and proteins, development of electrochemical sensors and their application in biomedicine and in the new fields of genomics and proteomics. The authors have expertly formatted the information for a wide variety of readers, including new developments that will inspire students and young scientists to create new tools for science and medicine in the 21st century. * Covers highly sophisticated methods of electrochemical analysis of nucleic acids and proteins * Summarises the present state of electrochemical analysis of nucleic acids and proteins * Includes future trends in the electrochemical analysis in genomics and proteomics
|Release Date||: 2017-08-19|
|ISBN 10||: 0444639470|
|Pages||: 456 pages|
Past, Present and Future Challenges of Biosensors and Bioanalytical Tools in Analytical Chemistry: A Tribute to Professor Marco Mascini, Volume 77, the newest release in the Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry series, provides an update to topics of interest, with this volume containing chapters on Biosensors and Bioanalytical tools, Enzymes: from bioreceptors in biosensing to power generation for biosensing, Whole-cell biosensors and bioassays, New trends in antibody-based biosensors, Aptamer-based biosensors and bioassays, Biomimetic sensors based on molecularly imprinted interfaces, Nucleic acid in genosensors and genoassays, Nanomaterials-based platforms for environmental monitoring, and Mobile analytics: Smart-phone based biosensors. Contains contributions from the best authors in the field Provides an essential resource for analytical chemists
|Author||: Peter Kissinger,William R. Heineman|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 1996-01-23|
|ISBN 10||: 9780824794453|
|Pages||: 1008 pages|
This volume provides a practical, intuitive approach to electroanalytical chemistry, presenting fundamental concepts and experimental techniques without the use of technical jargon or unnecessarily extensive mathematics. This edition offers new material on ways of preparing and using microelectrodes, the processes that govern the voltammetric behavior of microelectrodes, methods for characterizing chemically modified electrodes, electrochemical studies at reduced temperatures, and more. The authors cover such topics as analog instrumentation, overcoming solution resistance with stability and grace in potentiostatic circuits, conductivity and conductometry, electrochemical cells, carbon electrodes, film electrodes, microelectrodes, chemically modified electrodes, mercury electrodes, and solvents and supporting electrolytes.
This volume offers a careful selection of trend-setting topics in the field. In-depth review articles illustrate current trends in the field. Experienced experts present a comprehensive overview concerning the electrochemical biosensing of glucose for diabetes care from an industrial research and development perspective a survey of bioassay applications for individually addressable electrochemical arrays, focusing on liquid-phase bioanalytical assays a review of recent advances in the development of electronic tongues based on the use of biosensor arrays coupled with advanced chemometric data analysis novel strategies of DNA biosensor development and corresponding applications for studies of DNA damage a survey of recent trends in the electrochemistry of redox proteins, including the increasing diversity of redox proteins used in electrochemical studies, novel immobilization strategies, and biosensor / biofuel cell applications an overview of electrochemical sensing of blood gases with advanced sensor concepts a survey of recent bioelectroanalytical studies with high spatial resolution using scanning electrochemical microscopy with a wide range of applications covering imaging of living cells, studies of metabolic activity, imaging of local enzyme activity, and studies of transport through biolayers This timely collection will be of interest not only for experts in the field, but also to students and their teachers in disciplines that include analytical chemistry, biology, electrochemistry, and various interdisciplinary research areas.
In recent years, large-scale advances in technology have led to greater understanding of the world at the biomolecular level. In this book, expert researchers from across the globe explore the technology which makes this analysis possible.
"The title captures the ethos and content precisely. It brings basic chemistry into real life with examples that illustrate how chemical principals are inherent to bioanalytical procedures, making them accessible to readers with a background in life sciences." –Microbiology Today, July 2009 “... a good overview of the basic strategies to tackle the complexity of analysis in biological environments and provides some illustrative examples for a better understanding of the theoretical concepts... provides a fundamental introduction to the tools adopted by life and health scientists in the evolving and exciting new age of “omics” specifically applied to the diagnosis, treatment, cure and prevention of disease...” –Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, October 2009 Although chemistry is core to the life and health sciences, it is often viewed as a challenging subject. Conventional textbooks tend to present chemistry in a way that is not always easily accessible to students, particularly those coming from diverse educational backgrounds, who may not have formally studied chemistry before. This prompted the authors to write this particular textbook, taking a new, fresh and innovative approach to teaching and learning of chemistry, focusing on bioanalysis to set knowledge in context. This textbook is primarily targeted to undergraduate life and health science students, but may be a useful resource for practising scientists in a range of disciplines. In this textbook the authors have covered basic principles, terminology and core technologies, which include key modern experimental techniques and equipment used to analyse important biomolecules in diagnostic, industrial and research settings. Written by two authors with a wealth of experience in teaching, research and academic enterprise, this textbook represents an invaluable tool for students and instructors across the diverse range of biological and health science courses. Key Features: Innovative, stand alone teaching and learning resource to enhance delivery of undergraduate chemistry provision to life and health scientists. Develops student knowledge and understanding of core concepts with reference to relevant, real-life, examples. Clearly written and user-friendly, with numerous full colour illustrations, annotated images, diagrams and tables to enhance learning. Incorporates a modern approach to teaching and learning to motivate the reader and encourage student-centred learning. Dr Victor Gault has been named recipient of the Rising Star Award 2009 by the internationally acclaimed European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD).
This volume is part of a continuing Electroanalytical Chemistry Series designed to provide authoritative reviews on recent developments and applications of well-established techniques in the field of electroanalytical chemistry. Electroanalytical techniques are used in such diverse areas as electro-organic synthesis, fuel cell studies, and radical ion formation. Each volume provides the necessary background and starting point for graduate students undertaking related research projects and is of special interest to practicing analytical chemists concerned with electroanalytical techniques. Each chapter provides comprehensive coverage of a subject area including detailed descriptions of techniques, derivations of fundamental equations, and discussion of important articles. Volume 25 covers four relevant, innovative topics: Measuring Absolute Single Half-Cell Reduction Potentials with Mass Spectrometry Electrochemistry of Hydrogenases Bioanalytical Applications of Electrochemistry at Liquid–Liquid Microinterfaces Electrolytes Based on Weakly Coordinating Anions: An Advance in Anodic Molecular Electrochemistry Coverage in this volume should specifically appeal to electrochemists, bioanalytical and life scientists, microbiologists, and researchers in bionanotechnology.
This text details contemporary electroanalytical strategies of biomolecules and electrical phenomena in biological systems. It presents developments in sequence-specific DNA detection for more efficient medical diagnosis of genetic and infectious diseases and microbial and viral pathogens.