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Author NATO Advanced Study Institute on Molecular Technologies for Detection of Chemical and Biological Agents (2016 : Calabria, Italy)
Title Molecular technologies for detection of chemical and biological agents / edited by Joseph H. Banoub, Richard M. Caprioli
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2017
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (ix, 306 pages) : illustrations (some color), digital ; 24 cm
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Series NATO science for peace and security Series A: Chemistry and biology, 1874-6489
NATO science for peace and security series. Series A, Chemistry and biology
Note chapter 1: Immunorecognition of Biological Agents (Alessia Ciafarone) -- Chapter 2: Vaccines, Sera and "new" VIruses (Alessia Ciafarone) -- Chapter 3: Fundamental Principles for Sensing Measuring Devices Used for the Detection of Chemical Warfare Agents (Farid Jahouh) -- Chapter 4: Fundamental Principles for Luminescence Sensing Measuring Devices Used for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents (Joseph H. Banoub) -- Chapter 5: Mass Spectrometry and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (Gianluca Giorgi) -- Chapter 6: Primary Considerations in Quantitative Mass Spectrometry (Marc Duncan) -- Chapter 7: Imaging Mass Spectrometry (Richard M. Caprioli) -- Chapter 8: MALDI Mass Spectrometry and Infectious Diseases (Jessica L. Moore) -- Chapter 9: Soft X-ray radiation applied in the analysis of intact viruses (Guenter Allmaier) -- Chapter 10: Mass Spectrometry in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology (Ksenia J Groh) -- Chapter 11: Enhancing the Analysis of Complex Lipid Samples through Developments (Samuel W. J. Shields) -- Chapter 12: Advanced Mass Spectrometric Methodologies in the Evaluation of Health Risk (Giovanni Sindona) -- Chapter 13: A Tandem Mass Spectrometry Strategy for Validating the Synthesis of Glycoconjugate Vaccines (Wael Demain) -- Chapter 14: Explosive Detection Strategies for Security Screening at Airports (Peter Palllister) -- Chapter 15: Synthesis and ESI-MS/MS Fragmentation Study of Two New Isomeric Oxazolidin-2-one Derivatives -- Chapter 16: The Use of Multiple Fragmentation Events in a Single Laser Shot for Improved Drug (Boone M. Prentice) -- Chapter 17: Detection and Monitoring of Subsurface Contamination by Using Geophysical Methods and Data (Ali Ismet Kanli) -- Chapter 17: Captagon Drug Used in Jihadist Attacks. Is it Possible to Search (Emanuela vitale) -- Chapter 18: Monitoring of Cadmium and Lead in the Kidneys of Ovine and Caprine Animals (Ilir Pecnikaj) -- Chapter 20: Quantitative analysis of Dysregulated Proteome in Methylmalonic Acidemia (Costanzo Michele)
This book describes the latest molecular insights needed to understand the chemical and biological (CB) agents and their associated biotechnologies. Its primary focus is to present and discuss molecular technologies such as mass spectrometry, chemical and biological sensors, chromatographic and electrophoretic separation, and comparisons of spectroscopic, immunological and molecular analyses of chemicals used for the detection of chemical and biological agents and to prevent terrorism. This NATO-ASI book also contributes to the critical assessment of existing knowledge on new and important detection technologies. It helps to identify directions for future research and to promote closer working relationships between scientists from different professional fields
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Chemical detectors -- Congresses
Biosensors -- Congresses
Analytical Chemistry
Medical Microbiology
Spectroscopy and Microscopy
Security Science and Technology
Alt Author Banoub, Joseph H., editor
Caprioli, Richard M., editor
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