From Implantable Biosensors to Green Power Generation

  • Frank N. Crespilho

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. James F. Rusling, Bernard Munge, Naimish P. Sardesai, Ruchika Malhotra, Bhaskara V. Chikkaveeraiah
    Pages 1-26
  3. Roberto A. S. Luz, Rodrigo M. Iost, Frank N. Crespilho
    Pages 27-48
  4. Serge Cosnier, Alan Le Goff, Michael Holzinger
    Pages 49-66
  5. José Roberto Siqueira Jr., Edson Giuliani Ramos Fernandes, Osvaldo Novais de Oliveira Jr., Valtencir Zucolotto
    Pages 67-86
  6. Anna Thaise Bandeira Silva, Janildo Lopes Magalhães, Eduardo Henrique Silva Sousa, Welter Cantanhêde da Silva
    Pages 87-104
  7. Danielle C. Melo Ferreira, Renata Kelly Mendes, Lauro Tatsuo Kubota
    Pages 127-137

About this book


Nanobioelectrochemistry covers the modern aspects of bioelectrochemistry, nanoscience and materials science. The combination of nanostructured materials and biological molecules enables the development of biodevices capable to detect specific substances. Furthermore, by using the bioelectrochemistry approach, the interaction between bio-systems and nanostructured materials can be studied at the molecular level, where several mechanisms of molecular behavior are elucidate from redox reactions. The combination of biological molecules and novel nanomaterials components is of great importance in the process of developing new nanoscale devices for future biological, medical and electronic applications. This book describes some of the different electrochemical techniques that can be used to study new strategies for patterning electrode surfaces with enzymes, organelles, cells and biomimetic systems. Also, it focuses on how enzymes and microorganisms can be used as biological catalysts in fuel cells for green power generation. By bringing together these different aspects of nanobioelectrochemistry, this book provides a valuable source of information for many students and scientists.


Biomimetic systems Hybrid systems Implantable Biosensors Nanobiochips Ultrasensitive electrochemical devices

Editors and affiliations

  • Frank N. Crespilho
    • 1
  1. 1., Institute of Chemistry of São Carlos (IQUniversity of São Paulo (USP)São CarlosBrazil

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