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New Developments for Nanosensors in Pharmaceutical Analysis presents an overview of developments in nanosensor usage in pharmaceutical analysis, thereby helping pharmaceutical companies attain reliable, precise, and accurate analysis of pharmaceuticals.
This book presents very simple, precise, sensitive, selective, fast, and relatively inexpensive methods for pre-treatment, prior to analysis. These methods may be considered for further application in clinical studies and assays. The book includes the manufacturing of sensors for pharmaceutical analysis at nano- or smaller scales, and gives simple and relatable designs for the fabrication of sensors. Twelve chapters cover an introduction to the topic, immobilization techniques, mechanism effect of nanomaterials on structure, optical nanosensors for pharmaceutical detection, chemical nanosensors in pharmaceutical analysis, noble metal nanoparticles in electrochemical analysis of drugs, photo-electrochemical nanosensors for drug analysis, molecularly imprinted polymer based nanosensors for pharmaceutical analysis, nanomaterials for drug delivery systems, nanomaterials enriched nucleic acid-based biosensors, nanosensors in biomarker detection, and nanomaterials-based enzyme biosensors for electrochemical applications.
- Presents nanosensor types, synthesis, immobilizations and applications in different fields
- Gives simple repeatable designs for the fabrication of sensors for pharmaceutical analysis
- Details how to carry out sensitive analysis of pharmaceuticals using nanosensors
- Describes how to synthesize and immobilize nanosensors, and how nanosensors can be applied in drug assay
- Proposes innovative ways to optimize pharmaceutical processes with nanosensors
Pharmaceutical scientists and engineers, including researchers in basic research and development, academic researchers, industrial researchers, doctoral researchers, and senior researchers. Sectors include Pharmaceutical companies; external manufacturing organizations; contract manufacturing organizations; health authorities; generic companies; chemical companies; universities; raw material companies; natural products laboratories; cosmetics laboratories; pharmaceutical processes using nanosensors
1. Introduction to nanosensors
2. Immobilization techniques of nanomaterials
3. Mechanism effect of nanomaterials on the structure
4. Optical nanosensors for pharmaceutical detection
5. Chemical nanosensors in pharmaceutical analysis
6. Noble metal nanoparticles in electrochemical analysis of drugs
7. Photo-electrochemical nanosensors for drug analysis
8. Molecularly imprinted polymer based nanosensors for pharmaceutical analysis
9. Nanomaterials for drug delivery systems
10. Nanomaterials enriched nucleic acid based biosensors
11. Nanosensors in biomarker
12. Nanomaterials-based enzyme biosensors for electrochemical applications: Recent trends and future prospects
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- 22nd May 2019
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Sibel A. Ozkan is Full Professor in the Faculty of Pharmacy, at Ankara University, in Turkey. She has been working in analytical chemistry for over three decades. She received her doctorate in analytical chemistry from the Faculty of Pharmacy at Ankara University. Her expertise includes electrochemistry, validation, electrochemical biosensors, DNA-biosensors, enzyme biosensors, biomarkers, drug analysis from biological samples or dosage forms, liquid chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, and spectrophotometry. She has managed significant scientific research projects and has published over 360 papers. In addition, she is the editor of the Journal of Biopharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis.
Full Professor in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Ankara University, Turkey
Dr. Afzal Shah is Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry in the University of Bahrain. His PhD is from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan and his post doctorate is from the University of Toronto, Canada. He has supervised the thesis of 8 PhD and 30 M.S students. He is the recipient of fellowships/awards from the American Chemical Society, TUBITAK and Pakistan Council of Science and Technology. He has published more than 150 research articles in peer refereed Scopus indexed journals. His research is focused on the development of electrochemical nanosensors for drugs analysis and detection of water toxins.
Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Bahrain
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