By Peter J. Hesketh
BioNanoFluidic MEMS explains biosensor improvement basics and initiates an information in engineers and scientists who wish to strengthen and enforce novel biosensors for agriculture, biomedicine, domestic land safety, environmental wishes, and ailment id. additionally, the fabric lined during this booklet introduces and lays the fundamental origin for layout, fabrication, checking out, and implemention of subsequent new release biosensors via hands-on learning.
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BioNanoFluidic MEMS by Peter J. Hesketh
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