3 edition of Electrochemical Detection Techniques in the Applied Biosciences Volume 2 found in the catalog.
by Ellis Horwood
Written in English
|Contributions||Guy Alain Junter (Other Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
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The areas of application of electrochemical detection are not large, but the compounds for which it does apply, represent some of the most important drug, pollutant and natural product classes. For these, the specificity, and sensitivity make it very useful for monitoring these compounds in complex matrices such as body fluids and natural products. , , Hanser Publishers, This is the first comprehensive volume on bioprocess automation and control. It addresses Electrochemical Detection Techniques in the Applied Biosciences: Fermentation and bioprocess control, hygiene and environmental sciences, Guy Alain Junter, , Science, pages.
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Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all article previews Show all article previews. Receive an update when the latest issues in this journal are published. Authoritative and practical, Biosensors and Biodetection: Methods and Protocols Volume 2: Electrochemical, Bioelectronic, Piezoelectric, Cellular and Molecular Biosensors, Second Edition offers descriptions of major technologies by leading experts in the field in extensive technical detail.
The aim of the book is to make biosensors more. Tran-Minh, C and El Yamani, H. () Enzyme sensors for determination of toxic chemicals in environmental samples, in Electrochemical Detection Techniques in the Applied Biosciences, vol.
2 (Junter, G. A., ed.), Ellis Horwood, New York, pp. – Google ScholarAuthor: Canh Tran-Minh. An ultrasensitive protocol for electrochemical detection of DNA is designed with quantum dots (QDs) as a signal tag by combining the template enhanced hybridization process (TEHP) and rolling circle amplification (RCA).
Upon the recognition of the molecular beacon (MB) to target DNA, the MB hybridizes with assistants and target DNA to form a ternary ‘‘Y-junction’’.Cited by: Thus, various types of sensors based on electrochemical techniques have been developed for the detection of chemically, biologically, and environmentally important analytes.
With recent developments in advanced material science and electronic technology such as signal processing and front-end electronic systems, electrochemical sensing methods. Chapter in "Electrochemical Detection Techniques in the Fundamental and Applied Biosciences" G.J.
JUNTER (Ed.), Ellis Horwood, Chichester (l) p. Electrochemical techniques for the determination of polluants in foods and environmental samples. Electrochemistry-based sensors offer sensitivity, selectivity and low cost for the detection of selected DNA sequences or mutated genes associated with human disease.
DNA-based electrochemical Cited by: layer. Detection of glucose (and other sugars) using this triple-pulse potential wave form is referred to as Pulse Amperometric Detection (PAD) or Pulsed Electrochemical Detection (PED) (1) (the latter term is also used for other pulsed detec-tion techniques).
The effectiveness of PAD is illustrated in F2, which compares the reproducibility of the. Electrochemical techniques have great promise for low-cost miniaturised easy-to-use portable devices for a wide range of applications–in particular, medical diagnosis and environmental monitoring.
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Electrochemical Sensors in BioanalysisCited by: Detection of mycotoxins using aptamer-based tactics has been an active research area in designing electrochemical techniques. Among the various mycotoxins, OTA, aflatoxin M1 (AFM1), and aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) have been the most extensively studied analytes for the detection of electrochemical by: Electrochemical Detection of the Molecules of Life Seamus Thomson1,2, Richard Quinn2, By detecting the electrochemical interaction of these redox-active molecules with an electrode, a method of Applied Potential (V) Current (µA) 10µM Plumbagin Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSE, volume ) Abstract.
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Electrochemical DNA sensors T Gregory Drummond 1,Michael G Hill 2 & Jacqueline K Barton 1 Electrochemistry-based sensors offer sensitivity, selectivity and low cost for the detection of selected DNA sequences or mutated genes associated with human disease.
DNA-based electrochemical sensors exploit a range of different chemistries.The nano-volume electrochemical cell was specially designed for high sensitiv-ity, by altering the ratio between working electrode area and chamber volume. Each electrochemical cell can hold nL of solution and consists of three embedded electrodes: (1) gold working electrode; (2) gold counter electrode; (3) Ag/AgCl ref-erence electrode.Detection techniques used in DNA hybridization sensors Primer extension-based sensing Detection of mutations and sequence polymorphisms Other association interactions Nucleic acid interactions with low-molecular-mass compounds Nucleic acid interactions with proteins Aptamer–target interactions DNA.