Biosensors in analytical biotechnology
This book treat the subject of biosensors from a biotechnologist's viewpoint, including the application of biosensors for process monitoring in bioproduction. While some of the growing areas of biosensor development in general are touched upon, care is taken to provide the reader with information on how to actually interface the sensor bioprocess, how to automate the entire analytical procedure, and how to use computers for enhanced date evaluation. * * Key word search via icon, table of contents, conributor list or index * Commercially developed fuzzy software packages such as Earl Cox's fuzzy modelling system * Help file for on-line assistance while searching key texts
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