Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors

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CRC Press, Jan 31, 1991 - Medical - 824 pages
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This reference text consists of contributed chapters by specialists directly carrying out research and development in this emerging field which joins advanced microelectronics with modern biotechnology. Chapters present novel biotechnology-based microelectronic instruments, such as those used for de
 

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Contents

Microbial Sensors for Process and Environmental Control
1
Artificially Coupled Reactions with Immobilized Enzymes Biological Analogs and Technical Consequences
19
Determination oi Fish Freshness with a Biosensor System
39
MuscleLoad Oscillations Detection Analysis and Models
75
Parallel Information Processing in Biological Systems From Phototransduction to Neural Networks
121
Magnetic Devices for Retaining Dental Prostheses
145
Noninvasive Measurement of Intracranial Pressure
165
Simultaneous Analysis oi Serum Uremic Toxins and Ionic Compounds by Chromatography Using an Immobilized Enzyme Column Combined with ...
181
Radiation Pressure Radiation Force and Particle Banding in an Ultrasonic Field
439
Resonant Recognition Model of ProteinProtein and ProteinDNA Recognition
475
Noncontact Temperature Measurements in Medicine
511
MicrocomputerBased Telemetry System for Heart Rate and Blood Temperature in Dogs
551
Suitability of Immobilized Galactosyltransierase as a Detector for Biomacromolecules with Nonreducing Terminal GIcNAc Residues
569
Electronically Simulated Hearing Loss and the Perception of Degraded Speech
589
Systems for Monitoring Brain Function
611
Immobilized Bioelectrochemical Sensors
659

Chemistry and Potential Methods for In Vivo Glucose Sensing
229
Invasive and Noninvasive Blood Gas Monitoring
249
Characterization of the Conduction Properties of Nerves with the Distribution of Fiber Conduction Velocities
281
Biocatalytic Membrane Electrodes
329
Modeling and Identification of Lung Parameters
379
Advanced Image Processing Quantitative Analysis and ThreeDimensional Display of MR Imagery Applied to Atherosclerosis and Breast Lesions
399
Effect of Visual Stimulation on Body Equilibrium
693
Automated Monitoring and Interpretation of Sensory Evoked Potentials
731
Amperometric Enzyme Membrane Electrodes
753
Index
795
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