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1. Magneto-controlled enzyme reactions
Paolo Bollella and Evgeny Katz
2. Functionalization of multiwalled carbon nanotubes for enzyme immobilization
Ram Sarup Singh and Kanika Chauhan
3. Immobilization of enzymes on iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles: Synthesis, characterization, kinetics and thermodynamics
Abhijeet B. Muley, Ketan H. Mulchandani and Rekha S. Singhal
4. Strategies to rationalize enzyme immobilization procedures
Diego E. Sastre, Eduardo A. Reis and Caterina G. C. Marques Netto
5. Fibrous polymer functionalized magnetic biocatalysts for improved performance
Veli C. Ozalp, Gulay Bayramoglu and M. Yakup Arica
6. Improvement in biochemical characteristics of cross-linked enzyme aggregates (CLEAs) with magnetic nanoparticles as support matrix
Nithyakalyani Doraiswamy, Mahalakshmi Sarathi and Gautam Pennathur
7. Magnetic bead-based semi-automated phage display panning strategy for the directed evolution of antibodies
Angela Chiew Wen Ch'ng, Zoltan Konthur and Theam Soon Lim
8. On-bead enzyme-catalyzed signal amplification for the high-sensitive detection of disease biomarkers
Wenjiao Fan, Wei Ren, Liping Zhu and Chenghui Liu
9. Organophosphonate functionalized Au/Si@Fe3O4: Versatile carrier for enzyme immobilization
Sunaina Kaul, Vishal Singh, Rajat Sandhir and Nitin Kumar Singhal
10. Bioelectrocatalysis at carbon nanotubes
Paolo Bollella and Evgeny Katz
11. Molecular wiring of glucose oxidase enzyme with Mn polypyridine complex on MWCNT modified electrode surface and its bio-electrocatalytic oxidation and glucose sensing
Natarajan Saravanan and Annamalai Senthil Kumar
12. Use of functionalized carbon nanotubes for the development of robust nanobiocatalysts
Michaela Patila, Nikolaos Chalmpes, Evangelia Dounousi, Haralambos Stamatis and Dimitrios Gournis
13. Biocatalytic hydrogenations on carbon supports
Lisa A. Thompson, Jack S. Rowbotham, Holly A. Reeve, Ceren Zor,Nicole Grobert and Kylie A. Vincent
14. Nano-immobilized cellulases for biomass processing with application in biofuel production
Reinu E. Abraham and Munish Puri
15. Few biomedical applications of carbon nanotubes
Neelam Yadav, Manshi Tyagi, Shikha Wadhwa, Ashish Mathur and Jagriti Narang
16. Multiwalled carbon nanotubes bound beta-galactosidase: It’s activity, stability and reusability
Maryam Khan and Qayyum Husain
17. Exfoliated and water dispersible biocarbon nanotubes for enzymology applications
Ankarao Kalluri, Megan Puglia, Mansi Malhotra and Challa Vijaya Kumar
18. Stabilization of phytase on multi-walled carbon nanotubes via covalent immobilization
Mohammad Pooya Naghshbandi and Hamid Moghimi
19. A simple magnetic nanoparticle-poly-enzyme nanobead sandwich assay for direct, ultrasensitive DNA detection
Lorico D.S. Lapitan Jr. and Dejian Zhou
20. Enzymes immobilization onto magnetic nanoparticles to improve industrial and environmental applications
Osama M. Darwesh, Sameh S. Ali, Ibrahim A. Matter, Tamer Elsamahy and Yehia A.-G. Mahmoud
Nanoarchitectures Built with Carbon Nanotubes and Magnetic Nanoparticles, Volume 630, the latest volume in the Methods in Enzymology series, continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. New chapters in this volume include updates from well-known, established leaders.
- Contains the authority of authors who are leaders in their field
- Provides a comprehensive source on new methods and research in enzymology
Experts in the field who may want to expand their technical horizons and to newcomers who need detailed introductions to basic techniques
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Challa Vijaya Kumar, PhD is a senior professor at the University of Connecticut and has more than 40 years of research experience in interdisciplinary research areas including biological chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, photochemistry, biochemistry and material chemistry. He has more than 158 peer-reviewed publications and several book chapters in internationally reputed journals. He has been actively working in the area of bio-related two-dimensional materials for nearly 25 years and has published 10 papers on graphene related topics in the last 3 years. More importantly, his research lab pioneered the synthesis of graphene in aqueous conditions using proteins as exfoliating agents.
Departments of Chemistry and of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Connecticut, Connecticut, USA
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