Proteins to Nanodevices

  • V. Renugopalakrishnan
  • Randolph V. Lewis

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Ross Rinaldi, Giuseppe Maruccio, Adriana Biasco, Pier Paolo Pompa, Alessandro Bramanti, Valentina Arima et al.
    Pages 9-23
  3. J. Herbert Waite, James C. Weaver, Eleonora Vaccaro
    Pages 25-37
  4. B. Xi, Kevin J. Wise, Jeffrey A. Stuart, Robert R. Birge
    Pages 39-59
  5. Randolph V. Lewis
    Pages 61-78
  6. Frederick H. Silver, Joseph W. Freeman, Istvan Horvath, Gino Bradica
    Pages 97-115
  7. V. Renugopalakrishnan, X. Wei, G. Narasimhan, C. S. Verma, Pingzuo Li, A. Anumanthan
    Pages 117-139
  8. Hyoung-Joon Jin, Jaehyung Park, Regina Valluzi, Ung-Jin Kim, Peggy Cebe, David L. Kaplan
    Pages 189-208
  9. David Henry, Keith Lenghaus, Kerry A. Wilson, Melissa Hirsch-Kuchma, Jerry Jenkins, Shankar Sundaram et al.
    Pages 257-274
  10. Paul Galvin, Dennis A. Dempsey, Alan O'Riordan, Gareth Redmond, Eric Moore, W. Shannon Dillmore et al.
    Pages 283-296

About this book


Bionanotechnology is the key integrative technology of the 21st century and aims to use the knowledge, gathered from the natural construction of cellular systems, for the advancement of science and engineering. Investigating the topology and communication processes of cell parts can lead to invention of novel biological devices with exciting applications. Though microscale to nanoscale research offers an excellent space for the development of futuristic technologies, a number of challenges must be overcome. Due to paucity of a dedicated literature on the protein based nanodevices we bring you this monograph that combines collective research works of scientists probing into this fascinating universe of bionanotechnology. The monograph has been written with an aim of surveying engineering design principles of biomolecular nanodevices, prototype nanodevices based on redox proteins, bacteriorhodopsins and natural fibers, and touching upon the future developments in the field.


Technologie bionanotechnology biotechnology design development electronics machine nanotechnology production proteins science technology thin films

Editors and affiliations

  • V. Renugopalakrishnan
    • 1
  • Randolph V. Lewis
    • 2
  1. 1.Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical SchoolHarvard UniversityBostonUSA
  2. 2.University of WyomingLaramieUSA

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