Nanobiosensors for Bio-molecular Targeting presents the latest analytical methods for the detection of different substances in the range of small molecules to whole cells, exploring the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Biosensors combine the component of biological origin and physicochemical detector to show the presence of analytes in a given sample. The use of bionanotechnology has led to a significant advancement in the progression of nanobiosensors and has been effectively used for biomedical diagnosis.
- Explains the detection techniques used by nanosensors, exploring the strengths and weaknesses of each for the detection of disease
- Shows how biosensors are used to detect various types of biomolecules
- Demonstrates how the use of nanomaterials makes biosensors both cheaper and more efficient
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2. Essentials in high-performance nanobiosensors
3. Small molecular detection on sensor substrate
4. Biosensor recognizes the receptor molecules
5. Whole cell detection
an application for disease surveillance
6. Nucleic acid complementation analysis on biosensor
7. Analysis of glycan binding events on biosensor
8. Determination of lipid components by biosensor
9. Antibody-mediated diagnosis of biomolecules
10. Aptamer-mediated diagnosis of biomolecules
11. Biosensor assisted molecular discrimination
12. Biosensor for the detection of cancer biomarkers
13. Advancements of Nanobiosensor in Nanotheranostics
Dr. Subash Gopinath earned his PhD. from the University of Madras, India (1999). He was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Academia Sinica, Taiwan, and later received a fellowship at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan. He was also Visiting Researcher at Nihon University School of Medicine, Japan, and Visiting Lecturer at Universiti Sains Malaysia. He has obtained 9 patents, including an immune-aptamer that has been successfully commercialized by Wako Chemicals, Japan, and published more than 320 journal articles and 20 book chapters. He was awarded the Excellent Academic Award by Optical Society of Singapore, and Distinguished Visitor, Brain Gain Malaysia by MOSTI. He is Associate Professor in the School of Bioprocess Engineering & Institute of Nano Electronic Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Chief Scientific Consultant (Medical Innovation Ventures Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia), Adjunct Professor (Indira Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology, India), and Visiting Professor (Prince Songkla University, Thailand).
Thangavel Lakshmipriya is based at the Institute of Nanoelectronic Engineering, University of Malaya'. His research focuses on the use of nanomaterials for biomolecular detection for the early diagnosis of desease