A practical introduction to the applications, principles, design, and fabrication of biosensors, which are used to measure and analyze clinical medical problems, biotechnology processes, environmental impact, and living tissue. This accessible volume emphasizes accuracy of interpretation and maximizing information yield.
Before retiring in 1992, ALICE J. CUNNINGHAM was the William Rand Kenan, Jr. Professor of Chemistry at Agnes Scott College. She was also a Distinguished Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor at Emory University from 1984-86. While Dr. Cunningham's contributions to chemical education have been recognized by various professional organizations, she has also maintained research interests in bioanalytical methodologies for more than thirty years.
Biosensors and Bioanalytical Challenges. Designing for Performance. Developing Bioselective Layers. Fundamentals of Electroanalytical Sensors. Optically Based Energy Transduction. Thermal and Acoustic-Wave Transduction. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.