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Nanodevices for the life sciences

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Wiley-VCH, John Wiley [distributor] , Weinheim, Chichester
Life sciences -- Research., Nanoscience., Nanostructured mater
Statementedited by Challa S.S.R. Kumar.
SeriesNanotechnologies for the life sciences -- 4.
ContributionsKumar, C. S. S. R.
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 469 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18270848M
ISBN 103527313842
ISBN 139783527313846

This volume is the first to combine in one book both nanodevice assembly from biomaterials as well as nanodevices of non-biological materials for use in the life sciences, showing how both kinds can be used in the context of nanoscale research.

Nanodevices for the Life Sciences, Hardcover by Kumar, Challa S. (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Contributors from physical and biological sciences and engineering, including many disciplines that overlap those boundaries, review the theory, physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering of nano-devices that are being constructed in the.

Nanodevices for the Life Sciences. Edited by Challa S. Kumar. Nanotechnologies for Life Sciences. to study biological systems thoroughly in order to look for novel options in the engineering of new functional nanodevices.

Altogether, the book offers a wide survey over new developments in an exciting field which supposedly will Cited by: 1. This is the first book to look at both nanodevices assembled from biomaterials as well as nanodevices of non-biological origin, towards fabrication of nanodevices for life sciences / Johnpeter Ndiangui Ngunjiri, Jie-Ren Li, and Jayne Carol Garno --Microcantilever-based nanodevices in the life sciences / Horacio D.

Espinosa. 3 Nanolithography: Towards Fabrication of Nanodevices for Life Sciences (Johnpeter Ndiangui Ngunjiri, Jie-Ren Li, and Jayne Carol Garno). Introduction: Engineering Surfaces at the Nanoscale. Immobilization of Biomolecules for Surface Assays.

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GmbH Co. KGaA, 1st Edition Pp. Price EUR/ SFR. ISBN ISBN The aim of the Nanodevices for the life sciences book is to introduce the reader to the kinetic analysis of a wide range of biological processes at the molecular level.

It is intended to show that the same approach can be used to resolve the number of steps in enzyme reactions, muscle contraction, visual perception and ligand binding receptors that trigger other physiological processes.

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4: Nanodevices for the Life Sciences (Kumar, C.S.S.R.; ) [Book review] November IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 28(6) This volume combines both nanodevice assembly from biomaterials as well as nanodevices of non-biological materials for use in the life sciences, showing how both kinds can be used in the context of nanoscale research.

As such, it covers the important material classes for device assembly -- fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, kinesine microtubules -- as well as a wide range of applications, including.

Nanodevices for the Life Sciences by Challa Kumar. Nanodevices for the Life Sciences is the first to combine in one book both nanodevice assembly from biomaterials as well as nanodevices of non-biological materials for use in the life sciences, showing how both kinds can be used in the context of nanoscale research.

Nanodevices for the Life Sciences covers the important material classes for. Nanodevices for the Life Sciences by Challa S. Kumar,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The book is organized across several disciplines, and the chapters are written at a level that this reviewer would suggest as a reference text for graduate students, researchers, and scientists who are interested in nanodevices and their applications in life science.

The book is. Photonics and electronics are endlessly converging into a single technology by exploiting the possibilities created by nanostructuring of materials and devices. It is expected that next-generation optoelectronic devices will show great improvements in terms of performance, flexibility, and energy consumption: the main limits of nanoelectronics will.

The book is aimed at a broad audience of engineering professionals, life scientists and students working in the multidisciplinary area of biomedical engineering. It explains essential principles of electrical, chemical, optical and mechanical engineering as well as biomedical science, intended for readers with a variety of scientific backgrounds.

Nanolithography:Towards Fabrication of Nanodevices for the Life Sciences Johnpeter Ndiangui Ngunjiri, Jie-Ren Li and Jayne Carol Garno * Microcantilever-based Nanodevices in the Life Sciences Horassio D. Espinosa *, K.-H.

Kim and N. Moldovan Nanobioelectronics Ross Rinaldi, Giuseppe Maruccio * DNA Nanodevices: Prototypes and Applications. Nanodevices are nanoparticles that are created for the purpose of interacting with cells and tissues and carrying out very specific tasks [3].The most famous nanodevices are the imaging tools.

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These cameras can reach deep parts of the body and provide high-resolution pictures of cells as small as 1 μm in width.

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While existing technology enables the analysis of a variety of biological systems, new tools are needed for increasing the efficiency of current methods, and for developing new ones altogether.

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Instead of showing theory first and then applying it to toy examples, we start with actual applications and describe the theo. Based on the best-selling "Calculus and Its Applications "by Marv Bittinger, this new text is appropriate for a two-semester calculus course for life science majors.

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Withfour new chapters and two new co-authors, "Calculus for the Life Sciences "continues the Bittinger reputation as one of the most student-oriented and clearly written Applied /5(1). This book is devoted to a wide range of problems concerning applications of nanomaterials and nanodevices as effective solutions to modern ecological problems.

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Investigating the topology and communication processes of cell parts can lead to invention of novel biological devices with exciting applications. The second edition of Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine is intended to serve as an authoritative reference source for a broad audience involved in the research, teaching, learning, and practice of nanotechnology in life sciences.

This technology, which is on the scale of molecules, has enabled the development of devices smaller and more efficient than anything currently available.

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