Sensors 2008, 8(4), 2043-2081; doi:10.3390/s8042043
Review

Electrochemical Sensors for Clinic Analysis

Received: 31 January 2008; Accepted: 4 March 2008 / Published: 27 March 2008
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Abstract: Demanded by modern medical diagnosis, advances in microfabrication technology have led to the development of fast, sensitive and selective electrochemical sensors for clinic analysis. This review addresses the principles behind electrochemical sensor design and fabrication, and introduces recent progress in the application of electrochemical sensors to analysis of clinical chemicals such as blood gases, electrolytes, metabolites, DNA and antibodies, including basic and applied research. Miniaturized commercial electrochemical biosensors will form the basis of inexpensive and easy to use devices for acquiring chemical information to bring sophisticated analytical capabilities to the non-specialist and general public alike in the future.
Keywords: Electrochemical; Sensor; Clinic analysis; Enzyme electrodes; Immunosensors; DNA; Electrolyte; Blood gas; Glucose
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Wang, Y.; Xu, H.; Zhang, J.; Li, G. Electrochemical Sensors for Clinic Analysis. Sensors 2008, 8, 2043-2081.

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Wang Y, Xu H, Zhang J, Li G. Electrochemical Sensors for Clinic Analysis. Sensors. 2008; 8(4):2043-2081.

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Wang, You; Xu, Hui; Zhang, Jianming; Li, Guang. 2008. "Electrochemical Sensors for Clinic Analysis." Sensors 8, no. 4: 2043-2081.

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