Molecular Biological Technologies for Ocean Sensing

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ISBN: 978-1-61779-914-3 (Print) 978-1-61779-915-0 (Online)

Table of contents (13 protocols)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-32

    “Omics”-Enabled Microbial Sensors on Ocean Platforms

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    Pages 33-58

    Development of a Capillary Waveguide Biosensor Analytical Module for Use with the MBARI Environmental Sample Processor

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    Pages 59-72

    Microfabricated Flow-Through Device for In Situ Gene Analysis

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    Pages 73-101

    Method for the Quantification of Aquatic Primary Production and Net Ecosystem Metabolism Using In Situ Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

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    Pages 103-116

    DNAzyme-Based Sensing for Metal Ions in Ocean Platform

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    Pages 117-134

    Ultrasensitive Visual Fluorescence Detection of Heavy Metal Ions in Water Based on DNA-Functionalized Hydrogels

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    Pages 135-150

    The Use of Peptide Nucleic Acids in Surface Plasmon Resonance for Detection of Red Tide Algae

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    Pages 151-168

    Immobilization of Fluorescent Aptamer Biosensors on Magnetic Microparticles and Its Potential Application for Ocean Sensing

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    Pages 169-201

    Functional Gene Arrays for Analysis of Microbial Communities on Ocean Platform

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    Pages 203-217

    Bioluminescence Detection for ATP Quantification Using Microfluidic Device

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    Pages 219-242

    Use of Biosensors as Alternatives to Current Regulatory Methods for Marine Biotoxins

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    Pages 243-261

    Electrochemical Detection of Harmful Algae by Means of a Sandwich Hybridization Assay on an Electrode Surface

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    Pages 263-288

    Waterborne Pathogen Detection Using a Magnetoresistive Immuno-Chip

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 289-295