Electrochemical DNA Biosensors
by Mehmet Ozsoz (Ege University, Turkey)
Hardback 566 pages 2012-02-29 Print ISBN: 9789814241779 eBook ISBN: 9789814303989 DOI: 10.4032/9789814303989
List price : $149.95
"The marriage of natural and synthetic nanotechnology in electrochemical DNA sensors is a fascinating object of research. The reader gets an easy access to the complex matter by the well-written introductory chapter. This volume builds a bridge from molecular biology to the applications in medical diagnostics and microbiology."
Prof. Frieder Scheller - Universität Potsdam, Germany
“This book is a very welcome contribution to the literature of electrochemical DNA biosensors. It offers extremely useful insights into this exciting and important field."
Dr. Joseph Wang - University of California, San Diego, USA
This book focuses on the basic electrochemical applications of DNA in various areas, from basic principles to the most recent discoveries. The book comprises theoretical and experimental analysis of various properties of nucleic acids, research methods, and some promising applications.
The topics discussed in the book include electrochemical detection of DNA hybridization based on latex/gold nanoparticle and nanotube; nanomaterial-based electrochemical DNA detection; electrochemical detection of microorganism-based DNA biosensor; gold nanoparticle-based electrochemical DNA biosensors; electrochemical detection of the aptamer-target interaction: nanoparticle-induced catalysis for DNA biosensing; basic terms regarding electrochemical DNA (nucleic acids) biosensors; screen-printed electrodes for electrochemical DNA detection: application of field-effect transistors to label free electrical DNA biosensor arrays; and electrochemical detection of nucleic acids using branched DNA amplifiers.
|1||Chapter 1: Terminology Related to Electrochemical DNA-Based Biosensors|
|29||Chapter 2: Electrochemical Aptamer-Based Biosensors|
S. Centi, S. Tombelli, and M. Mascini
|57||Chapter 3: Carbon-Polymer Bio-Nano-Composite Electrodes for Electrochemical Genosensing|
Maria Isabel Pividori and Salvador Alegret
|103||Chapter 4: Gold Nanoparticle-Based Electrochemical DNA Biosensors|
Mar?a Pedrero, Paloma Yanez-Sedeno, and Jose M. Pingarron
|141||Chapter 5: Nanoparticle-Induced Catalysis for Electrochemical DNA Biosensors|
Marisa Maltez-da Costa, Alfredo de la Escosura-Mu˜niz, and Arben Merkoci
|163||Chapter 6: Application of Field-Effect Transistors to Label-Free Electrical DNA Biosensor Arrays|
Peng Li, Piero Migliorato, and Pedro Estrela
|205||Chapter 7: Electrochemical Detection of Basepair Mismatches in DNA Films|
Piotr Michal Diakowski, Mohtashim Shamsi, and Heinz-Bernhard Kraatz
|245||Chapter 8: Electrochemical Detection of DNA Hybridization: Use of Latex to Construct Metal-Nanoparticle Labels|
Mithran Somasundrum andWerasak Surareungchai
|291||Chapter 9: Screen-Printed Electrodes for Electrochemical DNA Detection|
Graciela Mart?nez-Paredes, Mar´?a Begona Gonzalez-Garcia, and Agust?n Costa-Garc?a
|329||Chapter 10: Synthetic Polymers for Electrochemical DNA Biosensors|
Adriana Ferancova and Katar?na Ben?kova
|355||Chapter 11: Electrochemical Transducer for Oligonucleotide Biosensor Based on the Elimination and Adsorptive Transfer Techniques|
Libuse Trnkova, Frantisek Jelen, and Mehmet Ozsoz
|379||Chapter 12: Electrochemical DNA Biosensors for Detection of Compound-DNA Interactions|
D. Ozkan-Ariksoysal, P. Kara, and M. Ozsoz
|403||Chapter 13: Electrochemical Nucleic Acid Biosensors Based on Hybridization Detection for Clinical Analysis|
P. Kara, D. Ariksoysal, and M. Ozsoz
|427||Chapter 14: Nanomaterial-Based Electrochemical DNA Detection|
Ronen Polsky, Jason C. Harper, and Susan M. Brozik
|481||Chapter 15: Electrochemical Genosensor Assay for the Detection of Bacteria on Screen-Printed Chips|
Chan Yean Yean, Lee Su Yin, and Manickam Ravichandran
|499||Chapter 16: Introduction to Molecular Biology Related to Electrochemical DNA-Based Biosensors|
Yalcin Erzurumlu and Petek Ballar
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