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Surface-functionalized Ceramics. For Biotechnological and Environmental Applications

  • ID: 3387193
  • Book
  • May 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 450 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book gives a comprehensive overview of ceramic surface functionalization approaches for ceramic materials including alumina, zirconia, titania and silica and their use as sensors, chemical and biological probes, chromatographic supports for (bio)molecule purification and analysis, and as adsorbents for toxic substances and pollutants. It provides a broad picture of the enormous possibilities offered by surface functionalization and, in addition, addresses the current challenges regarding surface analysis, characterization and stability.
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PART I. INTRODUCTION TO CERAMIC MATERIALS

Ceramic Materials: Alumina, Zirconia, Titania, Calcium Phosphate and Silica

Nanomaterials: Nanowires, Nanotubes, Nanoparticles

Porous Materials: Particles, Colloidosomes, Membranes and Scaffolds with Hierarchical Structures

PART II. SURFACE MODIFICATION, FUNCTIONALIZATION AND IMMOBILIZATION

Surface Modification: Wet Chemistry, Self–Assembly, Silanization

Functionalization of Colloids: Approaches for One–Pot Functionalization, Approaches for Post–Synthesis Functionalization, Chemical Conjugation and Physical Adsorption, Bio–Inspired Functionalization

Functionalization of Porous Materials Surfaces

Immobilization of Biomolecules on Ceramic Surfaces: Immobilization of Biomolecules with Non–Covalent Linkers and Covalent Linkers, Micro– and Nano–Patterning

Functionalized Surfaces and Interactions with Biological Entities: Biomolecules, Viruses, Bacteria

PART III. ANALYSIS AND STABILITY OF SURFACES

Methods for Surface Imaging and Structure

Methods for Chemical Surface Analysis

Methods for Surface Energy and Potential

In–situ and Label–free Methods

Biomolecules–Surface Interactions: Immunochemistry and Protein Assays, Enzymatic Assays

Bacteria–Surface Interactions: Biofilm Formation, Characterization of Anti–Microbial Materials

Cells–Surface Interactions: Cell Adhesion, Proliferation and Differentiation Assays, In–vitro Assays for Cytocompatibility Assessment

Stability of Functionalized Surfaces: Environmental and Time–Dependent Properties

PART IV. APPLICATIONS

Biosensors for Water Quality and Environmental Monitoring

Catalysts

Analytic Systems for Life Sciences, Chip–Based High–Throughput Systems

Probes for Detection of Various Biological Species: Proteins, Nucleic Acids and Ions

Imaging Probes for Detecting and Following Reactions

Protein Purifications

Food Science

Antibacterial Surfaces

Downstream Processes and Chromatography

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Kurosch Rezwan
Laura Treccani
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