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Title Designing receptors for the next generation of biosensors / volume editors: Sergey A. Piletsky, Michael J. Whitcombe ; with contributions by M.R. Andreu [and others]
Published Berlin ; New York : Springer, [2013]
©2013
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Series Springer series on chemical sensors and biosensors, 1612-7617 ; 12
Springer series on chemical sensors and biosensors ; 12
Contents Multichannel Sensors Based on Biphenyl and Cyclohexane Conformational Changes / Ana M. Costero, Margarita Parra, Salvador Gil and M. Rosario Andreu -- Learning from Proteins and Drugs: Receptors That Mimic Biomedically Important Binding Motifs / Fraser Hof and Thomas Pinter -- Molecular Recognition of Nucleotides / Hannes Y. Kuchelmeister and Carsten Schmuck -- Molecular Recognition of Oligopeptides and Protein Surfaces / Hannes Y. Kuchelmeister and Carsten Schmuck -- Antimicrobial Peptides for Detection and Diagnostic Assays / Lisa C. Shriver-Lake, Stella H. North, Scott N. Dean and Chris R. Taitt -- Plastic Antibodies / Alessandro Poma, Michael Whitcombe and Sergey Piletsky -- Computational Approaches in the Design of Synthetic Receptors / Sreenath Subrahmanyam, Kal Karim and Sergey A. Piletsky -- MIP Sensors on the Way to Real-World Applications / Ghulam Mustafa and Peter A. Lieberzeit -- Molecularly Imprinted Au Nanoparticle Composites for Selective Sensing Applications / Ran Tel-Vered and Itamar Willner -- Design and Development of In Vivo Sensor Systems: The Long and Tortured Road to a Self-Contained, Implantable Glucose Sensor for Diabetes Management / Christina Thomas, Rachel Weller Roska and Robert E. Carlson -- Evolving Trends in Transition Metal-Modified Receptor Design and Function / Paul A. Bertin
Summary Despite achievements in the application of enzymes, antibodies and biological receptors to diagnostics and sensing, the last two decades have also witnessed the emergence of a number of alternative technologies based on synthetic chemistry. This volume shows how synthetic receptors can be designed with characteristics that make them attractive alternatives to biological molecules in the sensory and diagnostics fields, with contributions from leading experts in the area. Subjects covered include synthetic receptors for a range of biomolecules, the use of antimicrobial peptides for the detection of pathogenic microorganisms, the development of molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) nanoparticles, the in silico design of MIPs and MIP-based sensors, and two chapters examining the development of sensors from an industrial point of view. The particular focus of all chapters is on practical aspects, either in the development process or the applications of the synthesized materials. This book will serve as an important reference work for business leaders and technology experts in the sensors and diagnostics sector
Analysis Chemistry
Analytical biochemistry
Bioorganic chemistry
Chemical engineering
Biomedical engineering
Biomaterials
Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering
Analytical Chemistry
Medicinal Chemistry
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Biosensors -- Technological innovations.
Bioengineering.
Biosensing Techniques.
Receptors, Artificial.
Form Electronic book
Author Piletsky, Sergey.
Whitcombe, Michael J.
Andreu, M. R. (M. Rosario)
ISBN 3642323294 (electronic bk.)
9783642323294 (electronic bk.)