The development of devices that incorporate biological assemblies is impacting analytical and biomedical research. Today, scientists can monitor vital biological interactions-such as the binding of DNA to proteins-in real time, deriving unique information necessary to understanding biochemical pathways and thus aiding the design of drugs to regulate these processes. Biomolecular Sensors describes the development of this new technology covering the fundamental physics through to applications. The principles of biological ...

Biomolecular Sensors 2002, Taylor & Francis Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780748407910