Microelectrodes: Techniques, Structures for Biosensing and Potential Applications

Kin Fong Lei, PhD (Editor)
Graduate Institute of Medical Mechatronics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chang Gung University, Taiwan

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI093000

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Based on the mature development of microfabrication technology, micro-scale electrodes, i.e., microelectrodes, for the electrical observation of activities in micro-scale environment become realizable. This technique opened a new avenue for micro-scale observation and measurement besides the optical technique.

This book presents the techniques, structures and applications of using microelectrodes in a micro-scale environment. It covers a broad spectrum of topics and the state of the art techniques in the field. As such, the book is divided into four sections, comprising 11 chapters written by recognized experts from leading groups around the world. The reader will gain a unique perspective on the challenges and emerging opportunities in the technology of microelectrodes. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface

Chapter 1. Digital Simulation of Electrochemistry at Microelectrodes
(Dieter Britz and Jorg Strutwolf, Aarhus University, Denmark and others)

Chapter 2. Preparation, Calibration and Application of Potassium-Selective Microelectrodes
(Nicole Haack and Christine R. Rose, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Germany)
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Chapter 3. Anodic Stripping Voltammetric Determination of Arsenic (III) Using Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Gold and Gold-Palladium Bimetallic Nanoparticles
(Hanjin Luo and Yuecun Lan, South China University of Technology, China and others)

Chapter 4. Electrical Detection of Immunoassay Using Gold Nanoparticles
(Kin Fong Lei, Graduate Institute of Medical Mechatronics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chang Gung University, Taiwan)

Chapter 5. Microfluidic Devices with Modified Electrochemical Detection for Biomarkers Analysis: A Review
(Abdulilah Dawoud Bani-Yaseen, Samantha Parker-James, Kathleen Sellens, Christopher T. Culbertson and Ryszard Jankowiak, Qatar University, State of Qatar and others)

Chapter 6. Microelectrodes for Electrochemical Measurement of Cell Exocytosis
(Xiuhua Sun and Changlu Gao, Harbin Institute of Technology at Weihai, China)

Chapter 7. Intracellular Microelectrodes to Investigate Electrical Cardiac Properties In-Vitro
(Romain Guinamard, Thomas Hof, Laurent Sallé and René Rouet, Normandie Université, France)

Chapter 8. Invasive or Non-Invasive Techniques and Sensors for Real Time In Vivo Sensing in the Brain
(Francesco Crespi, Aptuit Verona, Italy)

Chapter 9. Ion-Selective Microelectrodes in the Study of Renal Electrolyte Transport
(Lucília M. A. Lessa and G. Malnic, University of São Paulo, Brazil and others)

Chapter 10. Microelectrode Study of H+ Redistribution in Characean Internodes during Long-Lasting and Prompt Responses to Environmental Cues
(Anna V. Komarova and Alexander A. Bulychev, Moscow State University, Russia)

Chapter 11. Microelectrodes in Marine Environments: The Exploration of Sedimentary Sulfide Dynamics in Hypersaline Microbial Mats, Salt Marshes, and Shallow Estuaries
(Karen S. McNeal, Erin L. Anderson, John E. Ezell, Calista L. Guthrie and Jacob M. Spry, North Carolina State University, North Carolina, USA and others)

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