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Biological Magnetic Materials and Applications


Biological Magnetic Materials and Applications



von: Tadashi Matsunaga, Tsuyoshi Tanaka, David Kisailus

142,79 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 11.07.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811080692
Sprache: englisch

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This book addresses the biologically controlled synthesis of magnetic materials, and its applications in bio-inspired design and synthesis. It highlights several key aspects of biologically produced magnetic materials – (i) organisms that biologically synthesize and utilize magnetic materials; (ii) formation mechanisms; (iii) how these biological formation routes yield various phases and morphologies; and (iv) the resultant magnetic and structural properties – and describes diverse bio-inspired approaches to utilizing magnetic materials in applications ranging from semiconductor to health industries.In addition, the book discusses the recent industrial use of magnetic materials to develop scalable technologies that encompass protein displays, drug-delivery, biophysical separations, and medical diagnostics, as well as outlining future next-generation applications. As such, it offers valuable insights for all scientists interested in using multidisciplinary fields to overcome current obstacles, and in gaining multifaceted expertise in magnetic materials bionanotechnology.
PART I Formation mechanisms of biological magnetic materials 1-1. Structure and function of aligned magnetic crystals in magnetotactic bacteria Yoshihiro Fukumori and Azuma Taoka (Kanazawa University, Japan) 1-2. Molecular mechanism of magnetic crystal formation in magnetotactic bacteria Atsushi Arakaki and Tadashi Matsunaga (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan) 1-3. Iron oxide biomineralization in chiton David J Macey, Lesley R. Brooker (Murdoc University, Australia) and Jeremy Shaw (University of Western Australia, Australia) 1-4. Structural and proteomic analyses of chiton teeth David Kisailus and Michiko Nemoto (University of California Riverside, USA) 1-5. Crystal formation mechanism of iron oxides Nico Sommerdijk (Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherland) PART II Biological templating of magnetic materials for medical and device applications 2-1. Bioengineering and biotechnological applications of bacterial magnetic particles Tomoko Yoshino, Tsuyoshi Tanaka and Tadashi Matsunaga (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan) 2-2. Peptide mediated synthesis of magnetic nanoparticle arrays as recording media Sarah Staniland (University of Sheffield, UK) 2-3. Fabrication of nanodevices using nanoparticles synthesized in ferritin Ichiro Yamashita and Kenji Iwahori (NAIST, Japan) 2-4. Protein cages as a template for material syntheses Trevor Douglas (Montana State University, USA) PART III Bio-inspired magnetic materials for nanotechnology-based applications 3-1. Bio-inspired design of ultrahard iron oxide materials David Kisailus (University of California Riverside, USA) and Pablo Zavattieri (Purdue University, USA) 3-2. Bio-inspired synthesis of hierarchical structured iron oxide for batteries Hiroaki Imai (Keio University, Japan) 3-3. Bio-polymer directed magnetic composites Helmut Cölfen (University of Konstanz, Germany) 3-4. Polymer synthesis using bio-inspired catalytic magnetic particles Sadahito Aoshima (Osaka University, Japan)
Editors:Tadashi Matsunaga, Ph.D., President, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Fuchu, Tokyo, JapanTsuyoshi Tanaka, Ph.D., Professor, Division of Biotechnology and Life Science, Institute of Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Koganei, Tokyo, JapanDavid Kisailus, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of California, 
This book addresses the biologically controlled synthesis of magnetic materials, and its applications in bio-inspired design and synthesis. It highlights several key aspects of biologically produced magnetic materials – (i) organisms that biologically synthesize and utilize magnetic materials; (ii) formation mechanisms; (iii) how these biological formation routes yield various phases and morphologies; and (iv) the resultant magnetic and structural properties – and describes diverse bio-inspired approaches to utilizing magnetic materials in applications ranging from semiconductor to health industries.In addition, the book discusses the recent industrial use of magnetic materials to develop scalable technologies that encompass protein displays, drug-delivery, biophysical separations, and medical diagnostics, as well as outlining future next-generation applications. As such, it offers valuable insights for all scientists interested in using multidisciplinary fields to overcome current obstacles, and in gaining multifaceted expertise in magnetic materials bionanotechnology.
Provides a natural perspective on synthesis of engineered materials Pursues a cradle-to-grave approach, from biological processing to application Offers unique insights into processing next-generation materials 

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