Advanced Electrochemical Biosensors
Kim, Tae Hyun (editor)
With the progress of nanoscience and biotechnology, advanced electrochemical biosensors have been widely investigated for various application fields. Such electrochemical sensors are well suited to miniaturization and integration for portable devices and parallel processing chips. Therefore, advanced electrochemical biosensors can open a new era in health care, drug discovery, and environmental monitoring. This Special Issue serves the need to promote exploratory research and development on emerging electrochemical biosensor technologies while aiming to reflect on the current state of research in this emerging field.
Keywordsdopamine; sensor; microelectrode array; brain; conducting polymers; biosensors; electrochemistry; bioanalyte; maple syrup urine disease; branched-chain amino acids; electrochemical (bio)sensing; biosensing; DNA analysis; forensics; aptasensor; MoS2; pesticide; neonicotinoid; capacitance; integrated biosensors; lab-on-a-chip; immunosensors; aptasensors; medical diagnostics; nanomaterials; advanced sensing platforms; environmental monitoring
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues