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Electrochemistry for Bioanalysis

  • ID: 5137675
  • Book
  • February 2021
  • 342 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Electrochemistry for Bioanalysis provides a comprehensive understanding of the benefits and challenges of the application of electrochemical and electroanalytical techniques for measurement in biological samples. The book presents detailed information on measurement in a host of various biological samples from single cells, tissues and in vivo. Sections cover real insights surrounding key experimental design and measurement within multiple complex biological environments. Finally, users will find discussions on emerging topics such as electrogenerated chemiluminescence and the use of additive manufacturing for biosensor fabrication.  Continuous learning reinforcement throughout the book, including problems for self-assessment, make this an ideal resource.
  • Balances the fundamentals of electrochemical and neurochemical methods with current advances in the field of bioanalysis
  • Includes self-assessment scenarios on experimental design and validation to teach readers key factors and considerations in measurement
  • Highlights applications (such as sensors and biosensors) and key points within each chapter
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1. Introduction to Electrochemistry 2. Amperometric and potential step measurements 3. Voltammetric measurements (Jill Venton) 4. Micro and nanoelectrodes 5. Novel sensing materials and manufacturing approaches 6. Challenges in electrochemical measurements for bioanalysis 7. Measurement from cells (Andrew Ewing) 8. Measurement from ex vivo tissues 9. Measurement in vivo (Aya Abdalla) 10. Measurement from biological fluids 11. Measurement of biological gases 12. Biosensors 13. Electrogenerated chemiluminescence and Photoelectrochemistry (Janine Mauzeroll) 14. Separation Sciences with electrochemical detection of bioanalysis

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Patel, Bhavik
Dr. Bhavik Patel is a Reader in Clinical Bioanalytical Chemistry at University of Brighton, where he is a member of the Centre for Stress and Age-Related Diseases. Dr. Patel started his career at the University of Brighton in 2010 and moved up the ranks to Reader in 2015. His research interests are in the development of analytical devices and methods for monitoring signalling molecules within the central and peripheral nervous system. He has published more than 85 publications and obtained numerous awards. Dr. Patel has also focused on development of innovative e-learning approaches towards learning analytical chemistry, for which he has received various awards.
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