Biosensors: an introduction
Wiley-Teubner, 25 lug 1996 - 212 pagine
Presents a systematic and comprehensive introduction to the basic features of biosensors or sensors based on biological materials. It first discusses the types of biological materials used and the ways in which they can be connected with a variety of transducers to create the complete biosensor. Performance characteristics of a broad wide range of biosensors are discussed and details of the most important types of biosensors currently used are presented. Details of biosensor experiments for undergraduate and postgraduate students are included, while applications of biosensors across a range of fields such as medicine, the food industry and environmental science are considered in the closing chapter.
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