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Nanobioelectronics - for Electronics, Biology, and Medicine by Andreas Offenhäusser, Ross Rinaldi

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By Andreas Offenhäusser, Ross Rinaldi

The assorted facets of bioelectronics reviewed during this ebook emphasize the colossal advancements within the box of bioelectronics and nano-bioelectronics. the diversity of topics addressed emphasize key facets and the long run views of nano-bioelectronics. The publication discusses the digital coupling of DNA and proteins with digital units to construct new info structures and to use the platforms as biosensors. The exploitation of networks of neurons attached with digital units in destiny info processing platforms and using nano-objects to evaluate mobile functionality is additionally mentioned intimately. a number of the issues addressed during this publication could be of curiosity to physicists, chemists, biologists, fabric scientists and engineers, in addition to allure younger researchers and introduce them to the sector with a massive choice of literature references.

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Programming the assembly of two- and three-dimensional architectures with DNA and nanoscale inorganic building blocks. Inorg. Chem. 39(11), 2258–2272. C. J. (1996). A DNA-based method for rationally assembling nanoparticles into macroscopic materials. Nature 382(6592), 607–609. A. L. (1999). Programmed assembly of DNA-functionalized quantum dots. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121(35), 8122–8123. A. M. (1996). Catalysis with a palladium giant cluster: phenol oxidative carbonylation to diphenyl carbonate conjugated with reductive nitrobenzene conversion.

1998). 4 nm) containing a single aminosubstituent were derivatized with a biotin group, and subsequently the biotin moiety was used to organize the nanoparticles into the tetrahedral superstructure defined by the biotin-binding sites of the streptavidin. In the following, the nanoparticle-loaded proteins self-assemble in the presence of a complementary single-stranded nucleic acid carrier molecule. The strong biotin-streptavidin affinities in combination with the specific nucleic acid hybridization capabilities of the DNA also served for the decoration of more complex DNA structures with nanoparticles.

Programming the assembly of two- and three-dimensional architectures with DNA and nanoscale inorganic building blocks. Inorg. Chem. 39(11), 2258–2272. C. J. (1996). A DNA-based method for rationally assembling nanoparticles into macroscopic materials. Nature 382(6592), 607–609. A. L. (1999). Programmed assembly of DNA-functionalized quantum dots. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 121(35), 8122–8123. A. M. (1996). Catalysis with a palladium giant cluster: phenol oxidative carbonylation to diphenyl carbonate conjugated with reductive nitrobenzene conversion.

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