Nanobiotechnology

Nanobiotechnology : Bioinspired Devices and Materials of the Future

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"NanoBiotechnology" is a groundbreaking text investigating the recent advances and future direction of nanobiotechnology. It will assist scientists and students in learning the fundamentals and cutting-edge nature of this new and emerging science. Focusing on materials and building blocks for nanotechnology, leading scientists from around the world share their knowledge and expertise in this authoritative volume.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 485 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 861.82g
  • Humana Press Inc.
  • Totowa, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 6 black & white tables, biography
  • 1588298949
  • 9781588298942

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From the reviews: "The book is organized into five major sections including 19 chapters prepared by an international team of authors. ... This book, no doubt, will be very useful for biochemists, biophysics, molecular biologists, and biotechnologists. It will also serve as an additional source for students and teachers of universities and colleges that are involved in preparation of experts in NBI." (G. Ya. Wiederschain, Biochemistry, Vol. 74 (1), 2009)show more

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NanoBioTechnology: BioInspired Devices and Materials of the Future is a groundbreaking text that will assist scientists and students in learning the fundamentals and cutting-edge nature of this new and emerging science. Focusing on materials and building blocks for nanotechnology, leading scientists from around the world share their knowledge and expertise in this authoritative volume. The volume is broken into five sections. The first section presents an overview of nanotechnology and describes the many aspects of the field. Section 2 details biological materials serving as nanotemplates for bottom-up fabrication. Section 3 covers the use of biological macromolecules for electron transfer and computation. Section 4 presents a brief overview of the extensive and rapidly growing field of nanomedicine. Finally, Section 5 details de-novo designed structures and the various approaches different scientific groups take with molecular level training and language. Authoritative and comprehensive, NanoBioTechnology: BioInspired Devices and Materials of the Future provides an extraordinary and thorough overview of the emerging field of nanobiotechnology for engineers and physicists, chemists and biologists, and others from many diverse fields.show more

Table of contents

Table of contents: Preface A. Introduction 1. Nanobiotechnology Overview by Oded Shoseyov and Ilan Levy B. Biotemplating 2. Experimental Strategies Towards the Use of the Porin MspA as a Nanotemplate and for Biosensors by Stefan H. Bossmann, Katharine Janik, Megh Raj Pokhrel, and Michael Niederweis 3. Bionanotechnology and Bonanoscience of Artificial Bioassemblies by Steven S. Smith and Katarzyna Lamparska-Kupsik 4. Genetically Engineered S-Layer Proteins and S-Layer-Specific Heteropolysaccharides as Components of a Versatile Molecular Construction Kit for Applications in Nanobiotechnology by Margit Sara, Eva-Maria Egelseer, Dietmar Pum, Bernhard Schuster, and Uwe B. Sleytr C. Bionanoelectronics and Nanocomputing 5. Photoinduced Electron Transport in DNA: Towards Electronic Devices Based on DNA Architecture by Hans-Achim Wagenknecht 6. Effective Models for Charge Transport in DNA Nanowires by Rafael Gutierrez and Gianaurelio Cuniberti 7. Optimizing Photoactive Proteins for Optoelectronic Environments by Using Directed Evolution by Jason R. Hillebrecht, Jeremy F. Koscielecki, Kevin J. Wise, Mark P. Krebs, Jeffrey A. Stuart, and Robert R. Birge 8. DNA-Based Nanoelectronics by Rosa Di Felice and Danny Porath 9. Electrical Manipulation of DNA on Metal Surfaces by Marc Tornow, Kenji Arinaga, and Ulrich Rant 10. Nanocomputing by Jennifer Sager, Joseph Farfel, and Darko Stefanovic 11. Biomolecular Automata by Natasa Jonoska D. Nanomedicine, Nanopharmaceuticals and Nanosensing 12. Nanomedicine by Kewal K. Jain 13. Nano-Sized Carriers for Drug Delivery by Sanjeeb K. Sahoo, Tapan K. Jain, Maram K. Reddy, and Vinod Labhasetwar 14. Gene and Drug Delivery System with Soluble Inorganic Carriers by Jin-Ho Choy and Man Park 15. Molecules, Cells, Materials and Systems Design Based on Nano-Biotechnology for Use in Bioanalytical Technology byTetsuya Haruyama E. De-Novo Designed Structures 16. Self-Assembly of Short Peptides for Nanotechnological Applications by Ehud Gazit 17. Nanotube Membranes for Biotechnology by Lane A. Baker and Charles R. Martin 18. Engineering a Molecular Railroad by Russell J. Stewart and Loren Limberis 19. Water-based Nanotechnology: What if we could dope water? by Andreas Kage and Eran Gabbaishow more

Review Text

From the reviews: "The book is organized into five major sections including 19 chapters prepared by an international team of authors. ... This book, no doubt, will be very useful for biochemists, biophysics, molecular biologists, and biotechnologists. It will also serve as an additional source for students and teachers of universities and colleges that are involved in preparation of experts in NBI." (G. Ya. Wiederschain, Biochemistry, Vol. 74 (1), 2009)show more