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Description - Liposomes in Analytical Methodologies by Katie A. Edwards

Liposomes have been widely explored in the drug delivery realm over the past decades. Many of the properties that made them well suited for drug delivery applications, such as the internal space to encapsulate a large payload of molecules and the inherent protection from exterior stresses, have also been exploited in various analytical techniques. Liposomes in Analytical Methodologies provides an extensive coverage of their utility, ranging from historic developments to actively researched techniques written by expert investigators. The introductory chapter serves as a primer on the fundamentals of liposomes for analytical purposes and provides an overview of various applications, while subsequent chapters provide in-depth coverage of selected areas. With techniques ranging from liposome PCR to electrophoretic separations, readers will gain an appreciation for the versatility that liposomes can add to the analytical toolbox.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789814669269
ISBN-10: 9814669261
Format: Hardback
(229mm x 152mm x mm)
Pages: 480
Imprint: Pan Stanford Publishing Pte Ltd
Publisher: Pan Stanford Publishing Pte Ltd
Publish Date: 25-Mar-2016
Country of Publication: Singapore

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Author Biography - Katie A. Edwards

Katie A. Edwards is a scientist and lecturer at Cornell University. She earned her MS and PhD in toxicology from Cornell University and BS in chemistry from Clarkson University. Her work has primarily focused on the advancement of liposomes as analytical tools, utilizing her background in organic synthesis, lipid formulation, and novel biorecognition strategies to develop high-throughput laboratory-based methods and point-of-care diagnostics for analytes of environmental, national security, and clinical interest.