Analytical Uses of Immobilized Biological Compounds for Detection, Medical and Industrial Uses

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  • ISBN-13: 9789401078047
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: Nato Science Series C: (closed) , #226
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988
  • Pages: 396
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Table of Contents

A. Immobilization Techniques — General.- Enzymes Immobilized on Inorganic Supports.- Immobilization of Bioagents by Radiation.- Structural and Transport Properties of Polymeric Carriers for Bioagents and Immobilization Techniques and Their Applications.- B. Clinical and Pharmaceutical Applications.- Immobilized Enzymes in Therapy.- Uses of Immobilized Biological Compounds in Pharmaceutical Analysis.- Application of Immobilized Enzymes in Diagnostics.- Immobilized Dehydrogenase Enzymes Coupled with a NADH Sensor.- Targeting of Immobilized Drugs.- C. Biosensors.- Enzyme and Microbial Sensor.- Redox Mediators and Their Application in Amperometric Sensors.- Uni-, Bi- and Tri-Enzyme Electrodes for Analysis.- Enzyme Electrochemical Sensors for “In Vivo” Analysis with Artificial Pancreas.- Biosensors in Clinical and Pharmaceutical Analysis.- Graft Copolymers as Supports for the Immobilization of Biological Compounds.- D. Defense Applications.- Use of Protein Coatings on Piezoelectric Crystals for Assay of Gaseous Pollutants.- E. Fet Detectors.- Use of Immobilized Enzymes in FET Detectors.- Micro-Biosensor.- F. Optrodes — Spectroscopy.- The Development of Fibre-Optic Sensors by Immobilization of Fluorescent Probes.- Developing Biosensors.- Immobilized Biological Compounds in Bio- and Chemiluminescence Assays.- Immobilized Biospecific Proteins in Analytical Clinical Chemistry.- G. Immunosensors.- Immunosensors.- Electrochemical Immunosensors.- H. Flow Analysis.- Flow Injection Analysis — Recent Developments and Future Trends.- Extension to Enzymatic Electrodes of a General Procedure for the Construction of Flow-Through ISE’s Based on the Use of Conductive Epoxy as Support of the Sensor.- I. Industrial and Analytical Applications.- Biosensor-Based Analyzers; From Design to Instrument.- Commercial Aspects of the Use of Immobilized Compounds.- Design Considerations of an Immobilized Enzyme Electrode for Measurement of Glucose in Whole Blood.- Diffusion Limited Enzyme Electrodes.- Enzyme Electrodes for Sugar Substitute Aspartame.- Author Index.
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