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Engineering Biosensors is a comprehensive introduction to biosensors that includes numerous illustrations to further explain the main concepts and practical examples from existing literature. It describes what biosensors are, where they are used, and how their performance is affected by existing surface characteristics.
A better understanding of biosensors, as provided by this book, will greatly assist in the design of new as well as the improvement of existing biosensors. Readers are also provided with invaluable and hard-to-find data on the economics of the biosensor market to assist them in better understanding the market and where it is heading.
Audience: Senior undergraduate and graduate students in biochemical engineering. Chemists, biochemists, environmental analytical chemists, immunologists, and biochemical engineers in academia and industry. Instrument manufacturers in the healthcare industry.
|2||Influence of Diffusional Limitations and Reaction Order On Antigen - Antibody Binding Kinetics|
|3||Influence of Diffusional Limitations and Lateral Interactions on Antigen-Antibody Binding Kinetics|
|4||Fractal Reaction Kinetics|
|5||Influence of Different Parameters on Fractal Dimension Values During the Binding Phase|
|6||Fractal Dimension and the Binding Rate Coefficient|
|7||Fractal Dimension and the Dissociation Rate Coefficient|
|8||Influence of Nonspecific Binding on the Rate and Amount of Specific Binding: a classical analysis|
|9||Influence of Nonspecific Binding on the Rate and Amount of Specific Binding: a fractal analysis|
|10||Fractal Dimension and Hybridization|
|11||Fractal Dimension and Analyte-Receptor Binding in Cells|
|12||Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors|
|13||Economics and Market for Biosensors|