Whole Cell Sensing Systems I: Reporter Cells and Devices


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Reporter cells:
- Yeast Based Sensors by Mifumi Shimomura-Shimizu and Isao Karube
- Mammalian Cell-Based Sensor Systems by Pratik Banerjee, Briana Franz, and Arun K. Bhunia
- Fluorescent and Bioluminescent Cell-Based ...
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Table of Contents
Reporter cells:
- Yeast Based Sensors by Mifumi Shimomura-Shimizu and Isao Karube
- Mammalian Cell-Based Sensor Systems by Pratik Banerjee, Briana Franz, and Arun K. Bhunia
- Fluorescent and Bioluminescent Cell-Based Sensors: Strategies for Their Preservation by Amol Date, Patrizia Pasini, and Sylvia Daunert
- Electrochemical Cell-Based Sensors by Eliora Z. Ron and Judith Rishpon
- Microbial Cell Arrays by Tal Elad, Jin Hyung Lee, Man Bock Gu, and Shimshon Belkin

- Surface Functionalization for Protein and Cell Patterning by Pascal Colpo , Ana Ruiz , Laura Ceriotti , and François Rossi
- Fiber-Optic Based Cell Sensors by Evgeni Eltzov and Robert S. Marks
- Electronic Interfacing with Living Cells by James T. Fleming
- On-Chip Detection of Cellular Activity by R. Almog , R. Daniel , S. Vernick , A. Ron , H. Ben-Yoav, and Y. Shacham-Diamand

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“This book can be recommended to scientist and students who are looking for information on main issues and future trends related to whole-cell sensing systems including integrated chips, microbial cell arrays, and fiber-optic-based cell sensors. Teachers also could take advantage of the book for lessons on practical applications of these systems for biosensing. … The book is, thus, a significant contribution to the literature on the latest achievements and challenges related to the attractive world of whole-cell sensing systems.” (Elisa Michelini, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 400, 2011)

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Yeast Based Sensors.- Mammalian Cell-Based Sensor System.- Fluorescent and Bioluminescent Cell-Based Sensors: Strategies for Their Preservation.- Electrochemical Cell-Based Sensors.- Microbial Cell Arrays.- Surface Functionalization for Protein and Cell Patterning.- Fiber-Optic Based Cell Sensors.- Electronic Interfacing with Living Cells.- On-Chip Detection of Cellular Activity.
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