Selected Papers from the 1st International Electronic Conference on Biosensors (IECB 2020)
Marrazza, Giovanna (editor)
Tombelli, Sara (editor)
The scope of this Special Issue is to collect some of the contributions to the First International Electronic Conference on Biosensors, which was held to bring together well-known experts currently working in biosensor technologies from around the globe, and to provide an online forum for presenting and discussing new results. The world of biosensors is definitively a versatile and universally applicable one, as demonstrated by the wide range of topics which were addressed at the Conference, such as: bioengineered and biomimetic receptors; microfluidics for biosensing; biosensors for emergency situations; nanotechnologies and nanomaterials for biosensors; intra- and extracellular biosensing; and advanced applications in clinical, environmental, food safety, and cultural heritage fields.
KeywordsListeria monocytogenes; cell-based biosensor; bioelectric recognition assay; membrane-engineering; lateral flow immunoassay; antibiotics; lincomycin; gold nanoparticles; quantum dots; surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy; Fumonsin B1; aptamers; UV/VIS spectroscopy; asymmetric flow field-flow fractionation; porous silicon membrane; bacterial detection; selective lysis; endolysins; lysostaphin; flow-through; vibrational spectra; molecular dynamics; nucleotides; Au nanoparticle; SERS; space biology; deep space; biosensors; space radiation; microgravity; CubeSats; 2D Ti3C2 MXene; PGE2; 8-HOA; lung cancer; electrochemical; DNA biosensors; KRAS; liquid biopsy; cancer point-of-care diagnostic tests; paper-based sensors; nitrocellulose; impedance measurements; dielectric properties; parallel-plate electrodes; interdigital electrodes; Bacillus thuringiensis; sensor; combined slot antenna; diabetes; dielectric permeability; electromagnetic fields; glucose concentration; near-field sensor; non-invasive measurements; microwave sounding; chymotrypsin; β-casein; nanoparticles; UV-vis spectroscopy; dynamic light scattering; quartz crystal microbalance; biologically inspired; electronic eye; optical methods; RGB analysis; tequila; molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP); surface plasmon resonance (SPR); plastic optical fiber (POF); 2-furaldheide (2-FAL); beverages; optical chemical sensors; biosensor; immunosensor; cardiac troponin I; single-strand DNA; electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; label-free; proteins; microfluidic chip; self-assembled monolayers; odor sensor; market analysis; technology assessment; application field; performance profile; requirement profile; biointelligence; biological transformation; temperature sensor; Raman spectroscopy; anti-Stokes/Stokes spectra; titanium dioxide; trypsin; AuNPs; acoustic wave biosensor; colorimetric assay; white light reflectance spectroscopy; real-time immunosensor; ELISA; pesticides; carbendazim; fruit juices; ECIS; xCELLigence; cellZscope; hCMVEC; endothelial cell; impedance sensing; light-addressable potentiometric sensor; light-addressable electrode; actuator-sensor system; enzyme kinetics; microfluidics; HIV-1 p24 protein; surface plasmon resonance; surface modifications; label-free detection; artificial enzymes; green synthesis; hexacyanoferrates of transition and noble metals; peroxidase mimetic; amperometric (bio)sensor; glucose oxidase; glucose analysis; electrocatalysis; peroxynitrite; flow injection analysis; meat extracts; myoglobin; cobalt phthalocyanine; electrochemical reduction; screen-printed carbon electrode; amperometric detection; decay kinetics
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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