by Abdelhamid Elaissari
Colloidal Nanoparticles in Biotechnology uses a blend of classical tools, including optical microscopy, atomic force microscopy, microsystems, and microfluidics, to help you take full advantage of colloidal nanoparticles for your own research and applications.
Colloidal Nanoparticles in Biotechnology covers:
- The evolution in malaria disease detection, from parasite visualization to colloidal-based rapid diagnostics
- Biospecific reactions by affinity latexes, from diagnostics to multiplex assays
- Fluorescent colloidal particles as detection tools in biotechnology systems
- Gas sensors based on ultrathin films of conducting polymers and nanocomposites
- Force measurements between emulsion droplets as a new tool for medical diagnostics
- Electrical detection of antibodies from human serum based on the insertion of gold-labeled secondary antibodies into microgaps and nanogaps
- Reactive Nanocolloids for Nanotechnologies and Microsystems
Nanoparticles Comprising pH/Temperature-Responsive Amphiphilic Block Copolymers
- Their Applications in Biotechnology
- Evolution in Malaria Disease Detection: From Parasite Visualization to Colloidal Based Rapid Diagnostic
- Antigen-antibody interactions detected by quasi-elastic light scattering and electrophoretic mobility measurements - a new concept for latex immunodiagnostic test.
- Biospecific reactions by affinity latexes: From diagnostics to multiplex assay
- Fluorescent colloidal particles as a detection tools in biotechnology systems
- Biofunctionalized Magnetic Micro/NanoParticles for Biosensing Technologies
- Colloids, Biotechnology and Microfluidics
- Gas Sensors based on Ultrathin Films of Conducting Polymers and Nanocomposites.
- Force measurements between emulsion droplets as a new tool for medical diagnostics.
- Particles for Protein Analysis in Microfluidic Systems
- Semicarbazide/a-oxo aldehyde site-specific ligation chemistry: From peptide microarrays to the micropatterning of polycarbonate or titanium oxide using silica nanoparticles
- Electrical detection of antibodies from human serum based on the insertion of gold-labeled secondary antibodies into micro or nanogaps