Diagnostics 2012, 2(4), 83-96; doi:10.3390/diagnostics2040083
Review

Cell-Based Biosensors: Electrical Sensing in Microfluidic Devices

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Received: 8 October 2012; in revised form: 13 November 2012 / Accepted: 3 December 2012 / Published: 6 December 2012
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Abstract: Cell-based biosensors provide new horizons for medical diagnostics by adopting complex recognition elements such as mammalian cells in microfluidic devices that are simple, cost efficient and disposable. This combination renders possible a new range of applications in the fields of diagnostics and personalized medicine. The review looks at the most recent developments in cell-based biosensing microfluidic systems with electrical and electrochemical transduction, and relevance to medical diagnostics.
Keywords: biosensor; microfluidics; mammalian cells; electrochemical impedancespectroscopy; medical diagnostics
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Kiilerich-Pedersen, K.; Rozlosnik, N. Cell-Based Biosensors: Electrical Sensing in Microfluidic Devices. Diagnostics 2012, 2, 83-96.

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Kiilerich-Pedersen K, Rozlosnik N. Cell-Based Biosensors: Electrical Sensing in Microfluidic Devices. Diagnostics. 2012; 2(4):83-96.

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Kiilerich-Pedersen, Katrine; Rozlosnik, Noemi. 2012. "Cell-Based Biosensors: Electrical Sensing in Microfluidic Devices." Diagnostics 2, no. 4: 83-96.

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