Functional Proteomics and Nanotechnology-Based Microarrays
by Claudio Nicolini (University of Genoa, Italy), Joshua LaBaer (Arizona State University, USA)
Hardback 308 pages 2010-06-01 Print ISBN: 9789814267762 eBook ISBN: 9789814267779 DOI: 10.4032/9789814267779
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Functional Proteomics and Nanotechnology provides valuable insight into a new dimension of concepts and approaches that will enhance capabilities to establish signatures of gene expression for biological control and pathologies.
Prof. Gary Stein - University of Massachussetts, USA
This volume introduces in a coherent and comprehensive fashion the Pan Stanford Series on Nanobiobiotechnology by defining and reviewing the major sectors of Nanobiotechnology and Nanobiosciences with respect to the most recent developments. Nanobiotechnology indeed appears capable of yielding a scientific and industrial revolution along the routes correctly foreseen by the numerous programs on Nanotechnology launched over the last decade by numerous Councils and Governments worldwide, beginning in the late 1995 by the Science and Technology Council in Italy and by the President Clinton in USA and ending this year with President Putin in Russian Federation.
The aims and scope of the Series and of this Volume are to cover the basic principles and main applications of Nanobiotechnology as an emerging field at the frontiers of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology. The publishing policy of the Series consists of at least one volume per year up to two per year with the title and authors chosen among leading scientists active in the field and will have the form of full manuscript single or multiauthored, and of a coherent collection of chapters-reviews edited by one or more leading scientists to cover a given topics. A Scientific Committee formed by Wolfgang Knoll (Max Planck Institute Mainz), Joshua LaBaer (Harvard University, Boston), Michael Kirpichnikov (Moscow University) and Christian Riekel (ESRF, Grenoble) has been established by the Publisher to act as an Editorial Board to discuss with myself as Series Editor for the purpose of sourcing and peer-reviewing manuscripts and providing advice on the series of future high quality Volumes.
|1||Chapter 1: Nanotechnology Applications of Nucleic Acid Programmable Protein Arrays|
Claudio Nicolini and Joshua LaBaer
|31||Chapter 2: Bioinformatics and Fluorescence DNASER for NAPPA Studies on Cell Transformation and Cell Cycle|
Victor Sivozhelezov, Rosanna Spera, Luca Giacomelli, et al.
|61||Chapter 3: Label Free Detection of NAPPA via Mass Spectrometry|
Rosanna Spera, Francesco Badino, Eugenie Hainsworth, et al.
|79||Chapter 4: Label Free NAPPA via Nanogravimetr|
Manuela Adami, Sameh Sallam, Roberto Eggenhöffner, et al.
|95||Chapter 5: Label Free NAPPA: Anodic Porous Alumina|
Enrico Stura, Claudio Larosa, Tercio Bezerra Correia Terencio, et al.
|109||Chapter 6: Label Free Detection of NAPPA via Atomic Force Microscopy|
Marco Sartore, Roberto Eggenhöffner, Tercio Bezerra Correia Terencio, et al.
|121||Chapter 7: Cell Free Expression and APA for NAPPA and Protein Nanocrystallography|
Eugenia Pechkova, Shaorong Chong, Shailesh Tripathi and Claudio Nicolini
|149||Chapter 8: Structural and Functional Studies on the Helicobacter Pylori Proteome: The State of the Art|
Giuseppe Zanotti and Laura Cendron
|183||Chapter 9: Overall Proteome Alterations During Reverse Transformation of Growing CHO-K1 Cells|
Rosanna Spera and Claudio Nicolini
|229||Chapter 10: Organ Transplants and Gene Microarrays|
Richard Danger, Jean-Paul Soulillou, Sophie Brouard and Claudio Nicolini
|257||Chapter 11: Signalling Networks, Simulations of Biochemical Interactions and Applications to Molecular Oncology|
Lorenzo Tortolina, Nicoletta Castagnino and Roberto Montagna
|287||Chapter 12: Label Free Detection of NAPPA: Surface Plasmon Resonance|
Manuel Fuentes, Sanjeeva Svrivastava, Nirosahan Ramachandran, et al.
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