Biomolecular Films: Design, Function, and Applications

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James F. Rusling
CRC Press, Feb 26, 2003 - Science - 640 pages

This text examines films of biomolecules that can provide solid surfaces for catalyzing enzyme reactions, serve in biosensors and as biorecognition elements, mediate nanoparticle formation, and provide a basis for fundamental studies and applications in biomedicine and biomedical devices.

 

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Contents

Designing Functional Biomolecular Films on Electrodes
1
Electrochemistry of RedoxActive Protein Films Immobilized on SelfAssembled Monolayers of Organothiols
65
Biomimetic Membranes on Metal Supports
99
Peptide and ProteinBased Biomolecular Assemblies Physical and Chemical Characterization for Optimal Function
163
Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy Applications in Protein Adsorption and Electrochemistry
213
Characterization of Biomolecular Interfaces with Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy From Model Monolayers to Tissues and Cells
253
Layered Protein Films Quartz Crystal Resonator Frequency and Admittance Analysis
337
NanoSized Thin Films for Enzyme Reactors Katsuhiko Ariga Japan Science and Technology Corporation JST Tokyo Japan Yoshihiro Sasaki and Jun...
381
Biomimetic Nanoparticle Synthesis
427
Biosensors
451
Modified Electrodes for the Oxidation of NADH
499
DMABased Sensors
545
Index
609
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