Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Biosensing Using Nanomaterials" to their offering.
This book introduces novel concepts in the area of bioanalysis based on nanomaterials, opening new opportunities for basic research and new tools for real bioanalytical applications. Each chapter provides a theoretical overview of a different topic and includes an annex that describes the most interesting aspect related to the bioanalytical system. Biosensing Using Nanomaterials is an important resource for a broad audience involved in the research, teaching, learning, and practice of nanomaterials integration into biosensing systems for clinical, environmental, and industrial applications.
BIOSENSING USING NANOMATERIALS will be an important reference source for a broad audience involved in the research, teaching, learning, and practice of nanomaterials integration into biosensing systems for clinical, environmental, and industrial applications. This is an interdisciplinary book dedicated to professionals with an interest in the improvement of the current bioanalytical techniques and methodologies by implementing nanoscience and nanotechnology in general and particularly nanomaterials. The implementation of nanoscience and nanotechnology achievements in bioanalysis is the main objective. It will explain to the readers several strategies related to the integration of nanomaterials with bioanalytical systems, one of the hottest topics in nanotechnology and nanoscience today.
The proposed book will show novel concepts along with practical aspects of nanoscale materials integration into biosensing systems. This integration is due to the capacity of nanomaterials to provide special optical or electrical properties, stability and minimize surface fouling of the sensing systems where being integrated. This book is aimed to present the most recent scientific and technological advances as well as practical bioanalytical applications based on the use of nanomaterials. It contains over 15 chapters that deal with the most successful nanomaterials used so far in biosensing: carbon nanotubes and nanoparticles.