5 edition of Enzyme and microbial biosensors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ashok Mulchandani and Kim R. Rogers.|
|Series||Methods in biotechnology ;, 6|
|Contributions||Mulchandani, Ashok, 1956-, Rogers, Kim R., 1956-|
|LC Classifications||R857.B54 E59 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||98174557|
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The enzyme biosensors detailed here are based on potentiometric, amperometric, conductimetric, optical, and thermal transducers, whereas the microbial biosensors. Microbial biosensors have been widely used in the environmental, food and diagnostics industry due to its advantages of low cost, stability and fast response.
Microbial biosensors have also attracted the attention of metabolic and enzyme engineers as a tool to monitor metabolites in screening and selection, as well as in Author: Lennart Schada von Borzyskowski, Matthieu Da Costa, Charles Moritz, Amir Pandi. Written by an international group of researchers, this book presents the latest achievements in the field of enzyme, immune system, microbial and.
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Similarly, enzymes like proteases, lipases or xylanases have wide applications in food sectors. The following sections give detailed and updated information about. Biosensor Principles and Applications.
Considers a new generation of sensors for use in industrial processes, which measure the chemical environment directly by means Immiinoseiisors: Microbial biosensors for environmental monitoring Microbial biosensors are analytical devices capable of sensing substances in the environment due to the.
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Enzyme and Microbial Technology is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing original research and reviews, of biotechnological significance and novelty, on. The results of a systematic literature review over a year period (18 May 21 November ) encompassing all of the elements in biosensor construction are used.
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This introductory text covers in detail the technology and applications of biosensors in their many forms. It provides an extensive survey of the basic principles. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. Microbial Cells and Enzymes: A Century of Progress-- Jose L.
Adrio and Arnold L. Demain-. Microbial Fermentation and Enzyme Technology mainly focuses on production and application of enzymes in various industries.
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