Pan Stanford Series on the High-Tech of Biotechnology
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Electrochemical Detection of Exocytosis: A Survey from Earliest Amperometry at Carbon Fiber Ultramicroelectrodes to Recent Integrated Systems. Adsorptive Stripping Voltammetric Determination of Metabolites. Electrochemical Nucleic Acid Aptamer-Based Biosensors. Amperometric Enzyme Electrodes. Electrochemical Biosensors Based on Carbon Nanotubes and Nanohybrids: From Fundamental to Biological Architectures. Gold and Silver Nanoparticles for Electrochemical Immunosensors. Electrochemical DNA Sensors Based on Nanoparticles. Electroenzymatic Labeling for iImmunosensors and DNA Sensors. Conductometric Enzyme Biosensors. Impedance Immunosensors. Transduction of Biochemical Reactions by Use of Quantum Dots and Photocurrent Detection. Biosensors Based on Electrochemiluminescence. The Self-powered Biosensors based on Biofuel Cell.
Serge Cosnier is research director at CNRS and head of the Department of Molecular Chemistry at Grenoble Alpes University, France. He received his doctoral degree in chemistry from Toulouse University (1982) and was an Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral fellow. Dr. Cosnier's activity is focused on biosensors, biofuel cells, electrogenerated polymers, molecular electrochemistry, and carbon nanotubes. He has made important contributions in the area of enzymatic biofuel cells, electrochemical biosensors, immunosensors and DNA sensors, and inorganic composite modified electrodes and is an international leader in the field of electropolymerized films applied to bioelectrochemistry. Dr. Cosnier has authored over 285 peer-reviewed publications (h-index 48), 2 books, and 17 book chapters; holds 13 patents; and was the president of the French Group of Bioelectrochemistry (2001-2014). In 2009, he received the Katsumi Niki Prize of the International Society of Electrochemistry and was appointed Fellow of the society in 2010. In 2013, Dr. Cosnier became a member of the Academia Europaea and was nominated as a finalist for the European Inventor Award 2014 by the European Patent Office.