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Atanassov, Plamen B. - Enzymatic Fuel Cells: From Fundamentals to Applications, ebook

Enzymatic Fuel Cells: From Fundamentals to Applications

Atanassov, Plamen B.

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Summarizes research encompassing all of the aspects required to understand, fabricate and integrate enzymatic fuel cells Contributions span the fields of bio-electrochemistry and biological fuel cell research Teaches the reader to optimize fuel cell performance to achieve long-term operation and realize commercial applicability

Grogan, Gideon - Practical Biotransformations: A Beginner's Guide, ebook

Practical Biotransformations: A Beginner's Guide

Grogan, Gideon


Biotransformations are reactions catalysed by either enzymes or microbes which are of potential use to preparative synthetic chemistry. Biotransformation science can include microbiological and biochemical techniques with which the organic chemist is unfamiliar, and can result in significant

Villa, Tomas G. - Enzybiotics: Antibiotic Enzymes as Drugs and Therapeutics, ebook

Enzybiotics: Antibiotic Enzymes as Drugs and Therapeutics

Villa, Tomas G.


Enzybiotics, by using enzymes to fight bacteria, offer a novel and promising new way to combat infectious diseases. This book presents the state-of-the-art and therapeutic potential of enzybiotics, with a stress on therapeutic applications. The coverage offers a unique combination of medicinal

Loos, Katja - Biocatalysis in Polymer Chemistry, ebook

Biocatalysis in Polymer Chemistry

Loos, Katja


Searching for green and environmentally friendly polymerization methods by using enzymes? This first handbook on this hot and essential topic contains the whole chain of knowledge of biocatalysis in polymer chemistry in both a comprehensive and compact form. International leading experts

Edwards, Raymond  - Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach, ebook

Immunodiagnostics: A Practical Approach

Edwards, Raymond


Enzymes are widely used as labels in immunoassays and their use with colourimetric, fluorimetric, and chemiluminescent detection systems is described. The use of enzymes as labels reflects the move away from radioisotopes and one