Disease-Related Detection with Electrochemical Biosensors: A Review
AbstractRapid diagnosis of diseases at their initial stage is critical for effective clinical outcomes and promotes general public health. Classical in vitro diagnostics require centralized laboratories, tedious work and large, expensive devices. In recent years, numerous electrochemical biosensors have been developed and proposed for detection of various diseases based on specific biomarkers taking advantage of their features, including sensitivity, selectivity, low cost and rapid response. This article reviews research trends in disease-related detection with electrochemical biosensors. Focus has been placed on the immobilization mechanism of electrochemical biosensors, and the techniques and materials used for the fabrication of biosensors are introduced in details. Various biomolecules used for different diseases have been listed. Besides, the advances and challenges of using electrochemical biosensors for disease-related applications are discussed. View Full-Text
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Huang, Y.; Xu, J.; Liu, J.; Wang, X.; Chen, B. Disease-Related Detection with Electrochemical Biosensors: A Review. Sensors 2017, 17, 2375.
Huang Y, Xu J, Liu J, Wang X, Chen B. Disease-Related Detection with Electrochemical Biosensors: A Review. Sensors. 2017; 17(10):2375.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Ying; Xu, Jin; Liu, Junjie; Wang, Xiangyang; Chen, Bin. 2017. "Disease-Related Detection with Electrochemical Biosensors: A Review." Sensors 17, no. 10: 2375.
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