Biomems and Biomedical Nanotechnology:
Micro-and-Nano-technologies for Genomics and Proteomics
The Volume II: Micro/Nano Technologies for Genomics and Proteomics presents a wide range of exciting new science and technology, and includes key sections on DNA micro/nanoarrays which additional chapters on peptide arrays for proteomics and drug discovery, new dielectrophoretic cell separation systems and new nanofabrication and integration processes; advanced microfluidic devices for the human genome project (whole genome sequencing); and final section on nanoprobes for imaging and sensing. Over all this volume should be of considerable value for a wide range of multidisciplinary scientists and engineers who are either working in or interested in bionanotechnology and the next generation of micro/nano biomedical and clinical diagnostic devices. Numerous miniaturized DNA micro array, DNA chip, Lab on a Chip and biosensor devices have been developed and commercialized. Such devices are improving the way many important genomic and proteomic analyses are performed in both research and clinical diagnostic laboratories. The development of these technologies was enabled by a synergistic combination of disciplines that include microfabrication, microfluidics, MEMS, organic chemistry and molecular biology. Some of these newdevices and technologies utilize sophisticated microfabrication processes developed by the semiconductor industry.
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