Special Issue "Recent Advances in Biosensors Based Screen Printed Platforms"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2016)
Prof. Dr. Jesus Iniesta Valcarcel
Physical Chemistry Department and Institute of Electrochemistry, University of Alicante, 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante, Spain
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Interests: adsorption of proteins and bioelectrocatalysis; electrochemistry of carbonaceous materials; sensors and biosensors; screen printed carbon electrodes; electrochemistry of ionic liquids; nanoporous carbons in fuel cells; environemntal applications
Prof. Dr. Craig E. Banks
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester Metropolitan University, John Dalton Building, Chester St., Manchester, M1 5GD, UK
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Interests: graphene electrochemistry; intelligent electrochemical sensing; electrochemical sensors; nano composites; sono-electrochemistry; drug sensors; screen-printing and related; applications in forensic science viz forensic electrochemistry; nanoparticle synthesis
Cost-effective, mass production of single or multi-analyte devices, miniaturization, and detection and quantification in situ and real time are some of the challenges that biosensor-based screen-printing platforms are facing on for the introduction and settlement on the market. Biosensor-based screen-printed platforms offer wider potentialities in terms of accuracy, rapidness, portability, and robustness for the monitoring and determination of a plurality of analytes within distinct samples. Environmental and food control, clinical and sport diagnosis open up large niches and opportunities for the commercialization of the biosensors based screen printed platforms. Of special interest is the miniaturization and easy handling of biosensors for point-of-care applications. This Special Issue is devoted to reviews, research articles or short communications on the most relevant advances in fundamentals and applications of “Biosensor-Based Screen-Printed Platform”.
Prof. Dr. Jesus Iniesta Valcárcel
Prof. Dr. Craig E Banks
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- screen printing biosensors
- paper based electrochemical devices.
- miniaturization and multi-analysis.
- micro and nanomaterials.
- clinical diagnosis.
- food and environmental applications.
- composite materials.
- in situ and real time applications
- electrochemical biosensors.
- validation of biosensors
- novel strategies for cost-effective and mass production of screen printing biosensors