"Covers the most recent methods and materials for the construction, validation, analysis, and design of electrochemical sensors for bioanalytical, clinical, and pharmaceutical applications--emphasizing the latest classes of enantioselective electrochemical sensors as well as electrochemical sensors for in vivo and in vitro diagnosis, for DNA assay and HIV detection, and as detectors in flow systems. Contains current techniques for the assay or biochemical assay of biological fluids and pharmaceutical compounds."
Table of Contents
Electrochemical sensors design; new theoretical concepts for ion-selective membrane electrodes; response characteristics of electrochemical sensors; analytical methods that use electrochemical sensors; applications of electrochemical sensors in the analysis of inorganic-type of substances; applications of electrochemical sensors in the analysis of organic-type of substances; the assay of DNA using electrochemical sensors; electrochemical sensors used in the diagnosis of HIV; enantioselective electrochemical sensors; microbial sensors; electrochemical sensor arrays; the utilization of microelectrodes for in vivo and in vitro analyses; flow systems with electrochemical sensors as detectors; validation criteria for developing electrochemical sensors for bioanalysis; estimation of uncertainties for electrochemical sensors applied in bioanalysis.
". . .presents a timely overview. "
---Journal of the American Chemical Society