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Frontiers of Bioanalytical Chemistry

Selected Contributions from Bioanalytical Reviews

Matysik, Frank-Michael, Wegener, Joachim (Eds.)

2013, VIII, 288 p. 144 illus., 78 illus. in color.

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  • Experts present in-depth reviews of recent trends in bioanalysis
  • Contributions i. a. from J. V. Sweedler, Erkang Wang, O. Fiehn, M. Mascini and F. W. Scheller
  • Spin-off from the journal Bioanalytical Reviews
  • Now available in hardcover
Here, renowned researchers in bioanalysis present in-depth reviews of recent trends in the field. Coverage includes topics such as aptamers, bioelectroanalysis, nanoparticles, quantitative NMR, mass spectrometry, immunosensors and -assays, or chiral electromigration techniques. Originally published in the journal Bioanalytical Reviews, these outstanding contributions are now available in a hardcover print format. This volume benefits in particular those research groups and libraries that have chosen to have only electronic access to the journal. It also provides valuable content for all researchers in bioanalytical science.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Amino Acid Analysis - Aptamer-based Sensors - Chiral Electromigration Techniques - Immunoassay-based Diagnostic Tests - Quantitative NMR - Toxin Immunosensors

Related subjects » Analytical Chemistry - Biochemistry & Biophysics - Biomedical Sciences

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