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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/affcontent/?tt=3721_135171_69066_&r=/research/a0f762/biomedical_nanosen ) has announced the addition of the "Biomedical Nanosensors" book to their offering.
Biomedical nanosensors play a central role in the development of diagnostics and therapeutics for early detection and treatment of diseases. Bringing a nanoscale perspective to sensing is expected to allow interrogation of biological systems; detection of ultra-small concentration of biomolecules, ions, and molecular interactions; exploration of cellular mechanisms; and integration of nanosensors into many other devices, including implantable devices.
This book, edited by Joseph Irudayaraj, Purdue University, USA, specifically addresses nanomaterials, constituting nanoparticles, nanowires, and nanotubes of inorganic as well as polymeric composition of nano- and micro-scale dimensions as sensing and therapeutic agents since these constitute a major direction in nanomedicine. The book also discusses selected technologies involving single-molecule and single-particle methods for tracking.
Discusses a range of nanomaterials as sensors from the first principles to applications
Presents contributions from leading authors from different disciplines, thus providing a multidisciplinary perspective
Includes an extensive bibliography for further reading
Researchers in nanosensor development; graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from science and engineering backgrounds.
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