Best Reference Books – Biosensors and BioInstrumentation

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Biosensors and BioInstrumentation subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Biosensors and BioInstrumentation along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Biosensors and BioInstrumentation subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Biosensors and BioInstrumentation" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors” by Donald L Wise

“Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors” Book Review: This book has been designed as a reference book for undergraduate students and teachers of biological sciences, microbiology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biomedical. This book has several chapters which present novel biotechnology-based microelectronic instruments. Every chapter is made by carrying out research and development in this emerging field which joins advanced microelectronics with modern biotechnology. It begins with explaining microbial sensors for process and environmental control. It then explains artificially coupled reactions. With many tabular information, structural information and illustrations, this book emphasises the knowledge over biosensors in the future chapters.

2. “Bioinstrumentation” by Veerakumari

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“Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book has been designed as a reference book for undergraduate students and teachers of biological sciences. It deals with the instrumentation techniques and principles used for measuring physical, physiological, biochemical and biological factors in man or other living organisms. It provides knowledge about the basic principles and applications of the tools and techniques generally used in biology and also those used in the growing field of molecular biology. This book contains 18 chapters. It starts with explaining safety in laboratories and units of measurements. Microscopy, balance, centrifuge are further explained. Important concepts like pH, manometry, osmometry and chromatography are explained with references and illustrations and numericals. It ends with explaining DNA microarray, protein sequencing and bioinformatics. At the end of each chapter, there’s a section named review your learning for in order to check your understanding.

3. “Bioinstrumentation” by M H Fulekar Bhawana Pandey

“Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book is useful for medicine students and teachers in biology and bioinstrumentation. It provides knowledge about the basic principles and applications of the tools and techniques generally used in biology. This book includes more emphasis on process, quantification, problem solving and “open-ended” laboratory activities. This book contains 19 chapters. It starts with explaining instrumentation and their application in biology. Basic terminology and conversion formulas & equations, uv-vis spectroscopy are further explained. Fourier transform infra-red fluorescence spectrophotometry, ph concepts are detailed with numericals. It ends with describing nmr spectroscopy, bioreactor, biosensors and microscopy.

4. “Bioinstrumentation: Research, Development and Applications” by Donald L Wise

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“Bioinstrumentation: Research, Development and Applications” Book Review: This book is useful for students who are studying biosensors, bioreceptors and bioinstrumentation. Also teachers or researchers can use this book in order to have knowledge over the concepts. This book explains various processes in bioinstrumentation. It explains different new development procedures and researches which have taken place. Extensive coverage of sound engineering derivations illustrates principles of clinical instruments, while descriptions and classifications of clinical instruments serve to reduce confusion over the multitude of equipment currently in use. Detailed coverage of transducers and beam patterns is provided, which is essential for an understanding of instrument characteristics.

5. “Biosensors and Bioelectronics” by Kalpana Bhargava and Robson Benjamin

“Biosensors and Bioelectronics” Book Review: This book is useful for students who are studying biosensors, bioreceptors and bioinstrumentation. Also teachers or researchers can use this book in order to have knowledge over the concepts. This book also describes nanomaterials, immunosensors. nanotubes, nanoparticles and electrostatic interaction are further explained in the book. The book provides an understanding of biosensor functionality and is an interdisciplinary reference that includes a range of interwoven contributing subjects. It features descriptions of functionalized nanocomposite materials and carbon fibre electrode-based biosensors for field and in vivo applications. It contains 5 chapters ranging from introduction to biosensors to instrumentation. It contains around 70 illustrations that enhance key concepts.

6. “Principles of Laboratory Techniques and Methods (Bioinstrumentation Techniques applied to B.Sc., M.Sc., Microbiology, Biotechnology, Bionformatics, Biomedical, NET and JRF)” by Meena Srivastava and Rajesh Singh Yadav

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“Principles of Laboratory Techniques and Methods (Bioinstrumentation Techniques applied to B.Sc., M.Sc., Microbiology, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biomedical, NET and JRF)” Book Review: This book is useful for B.Sc and M.Sc students studying microbiology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, biomedical. It contains information about basic life sciences. It briefly explains the principles, instrumentation, methodology and specificities of the experimental techniques. Much emphasis has been laid on most commonly used techniques and instruments such as microscopy, photomicrography, etc. Spectroscopy, chromatography, electrophoresis and histological techniques are also represented in the book. A detailed description of the subject-matter is presented covering the theoretical as well as practical aspect. It contains many other illustrations at parts of each chapter.

7. “Ultrasonic Bioinstrumentation” by Douglas Christensen

“Ultrasonic Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book is useful for B.Sc and M.Sc students studying microbiology, biotechnology, bioinformatics. This book has explanations that go beyond simple technical procedures. From the physics behind wave propagation and tissue acoustics, to beam patterns, resolution, configurations, everything is in detail. It describes the physical foundations of biomedical engineering and bioinstrumentation in the context of their application to actual instruments. Extensive coverage of sound engineering derivations illustrates principles of clinical instruments, while descriptions and classifications of clinical instruments serve to reduce confusion over the multitude of equipment currently in use. Detailed coverage of transducers and beam patterns is provided, which is essential for an understanding of instrument characteristics. Other topics discussed include the doppler principle, biological tissue types and ultrasonic tissue values based on actual experimental situations such as phased instruments, additional medical uses of ultrasound and safety.

8. “Principles of Bioinstrumentation” by Richard Normann

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“Principles of Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book is useful for B.Sc and M.Sc students studying bioinformatics. It can also be used by teachers interested in those areas. This book examines such topics as basic analog and digital electronic components, systems theory. The design of analog signal conditioning circuitry for amplification, filtering and level shifting of signals originating from a variety of transducers are also explained. It includes a detailed description of how to interface analog-to-digital converters to a personal computer, in order to digitize and display these signals, store them on magnetic media and perform elementary digital filter operations. It also provides a review of operational amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers and systems theory. Numerous examples and problems are presented throughout the text and laboratory experiments are also mentioned.

9. “Handbook of Bioinstrumentation” by Abhijit Paintal and Chinmoy Goswami

“Handbook of Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book is useful for B.Sc and M.Sc students studying biology, bioinformatics. This book provides basic information about bioinstrumentation. Its complete, well-integrated text offers students without extensive background in the field a Solid understanding of the principles and applications of the subject. This book contains 12 major chapters in which each chapter has subtopics for improvising the understandings. Microscope, immunoanalytical methods, atomic force microscopy are explained in the beginning. Autoanalyzer and Centrifuges are explained later. Liquid chromatography, fluorometry and radioimmunoassays are explained at the end of this book.

10. “Understanding Bioinstrumentation” by Prakash

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“Understanding Bioinstrumentation” Book Review: This book is useful for B.Sc and M.Sc students studying microbiology, bionanotechnology, bioinformatics. It deals with the instrumentation techniques and principles used for measuring physical, physiological, biochemical and biological factors in man or other living organisms. This book contains 14 chapters. It starts with dealing with introduction of instrumentation and explaining bionanotechnology. Radiation techniques, electrophoresis are later explained. Spectrophotometry is also explained with appropriate laws. It ends with discussing chromatography with required numericals and properties.

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