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|Statement||edited by Sergey A. Piletsky, Michael J. Whitcombe|
|Series||Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, Methods and Applications -- 12|
|Contributions||Whitcombe, Michael J., SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
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Publisher Summary. This chapter is an introduction to a book that discusses the applications of biosensors and their scope. Biosensor applications have expanded considerably over the last few years after a modest beginning with the control application for the detection of glucose in the management of diabetes mellitus (DM). Designing Receptors for the Next Generation of Biosensors (Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors Book 12) Kindle Edition. $ Next page. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer Manufacturer: Springer.
1. Author(s): Piletsky,Sergey; Whitcombe,Michael J Title(s): Designing receptors for the next generation of biosensors/ volume editors, Sergey A. Piletsky, Michael J. Biosensors encompassing a wide range of knowledge and technologies, including chemistry, physics, and biology, are emerging as the next-generation detection technology. By combining the disciplinary technologies, biosensors o er a versatile platform for analytical applications in food, environmental, microbiology, public health, and biomedical.
In all of the measurements, the FET-type DA biosensors exhibited a rapid response time of less than 1 s, because receptor signaling in sensory transduction is relatively fast on the order of. The two most successful biosensors to date: • Mediated amperometric glucose biosensor • Real-time bioaffinity interaction analysis Newman, J.D. and Turner, A.P.F. () Home blood glucose biosensors: a commercial perspective. Biosensors and Bioelectron
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Designing Receptors for the Next Generation of Biosensors. Editors: Piletsky, Sergey A., Whitcombe, Michael J This book will serve as an important reference work for business leaders and technology experts in the sensors and diagnostics sector.
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Since this book is written by the world's most renowned and learned scientists in their own area. In book: Designing Receptors for the Next Generation of Biosensors, pp metal-modified receptors are beginning to emerge with similar functions that hold substantial promise as.
Synthetic Receptors. The design of semi-synthetic receptors in biosensors may be superseded by totally synthetic ligands produced with the aid of computational chemistry, combinatorial chemistry, molecular imprinting, self assembly, rational design, or combinations of one or more of these.
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Designing receptors for the next generation of biosensors. [Sergey Piletsky; Michael J Whitcombe; M R Andreu;] -- 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.
Akifumi Kawamura, Takashi Miyata, in Biomaterials Nanoarchitectonics, Summary. Research and development of biosensors is becoming the most extensively studied discipline because the easy, rapid, low-cost, highly sensitive, and highly selective biosensors contribute to advances in next-generation medicines such as individualized medicine and ultrasensitive point-of-care detection of.
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Author by: Sergey A. Piletsky. A biosensor is a device in which a bioactive layer lies in direct contact with a transducer whose responses to change in the bioactive layer generate eloctronic signals for interpretation. The bioactive layer may consist of membrane-bound enzymes, anti-bodies, or receptors.
The potential of this blend of electronics and biotechnology includes the direct assay of clinically important substrates.
Within this chapter we compare some of the most common approaches and in this context describe recognition receptors to construct and utilize biosensing platforms. The earliest sensor systems were based on enzymes because of their inherent selectivity and enzyme‐based biosensors. The olfactory receptor neurons of insects and vertebrates are gated by odorant receptor (OR) proteins of which several members have been shown to exhibit remarkable sensitivity and selectivity towards volatile organic compounds of significant importance in the fields of medicine, agriculture and public health.
Insect ORs offer intrinsic amplification where a single binding event is transduced.Surface Plasmon Resonance Based Sensors by Jiri Homola,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Building upon this foundation, next generation designs integrate small molecule- or light-inducible PPI domain fusions to both the transcriptional activator or repressor, and dCas9 to generate a biosensor that can sense small molecule and light inputs to modulate the sgRNA-targeted gene's expression (figure 5) [,], reviewed in.