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Biosensors Special Issue “Electrochemical Based Biosensors” is closing—7 papers published
This Special Issue has published manuscripts relating to electrochemical based biosensors. The recognition process or the reaction mechanism that these biosensors employ include ZnO based enzymatic reaction, carbon nano-tube enzymatic-gelatin reaction and whole cell system. The fabrication techniques used in these developments include micro-fabrication and printing technologies. Nano-tube and nano-particles are incorporated in these advancements. This Special Issue intends to bring the importance of electrochemical based sensors, which are the critical parts of many successful biosensors, to the attention of biosensor researchers.