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By Vladimir M. Mirsky, Anatoly Yatsimirsky

The 1st to supply systematically geared up info on all 3 vital facets of man-made receptor layout, this booklet brings jointly wisdom on an incredibly scorching and multidisciplinary box of study. robust emphasis is put on the technique for locating synthetic receptors, with either definitions for chemosensitivity in addition to experimental setups provided. There follows assurance of diverse periods of man-made receptors, together with synthesis, immobilization on surfaces, and quantitative info on houses. The 3rd a part of the publication specializes in receptor arrays for man made nostril and tongue purposes and the full is rounded off with an outlook and an appendix with all appropriate quantitative information on man made receptors.

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