Selected Papers from the 1st International Electronic Conference on Biosensors (IECB 2020)

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March 2022
380 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3401-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3402-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Selected Papers from the 1st International Electronic Conference on Biosensors (IECB 2020) that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science

The scope of this Special Issue is to collect some of the contributions to the First International Electronic Conference on Biosensors, which was held to bring together well-known experts currently working in biosensor technologies from around the globe, and to provide an online forum for presenting and discussing new results.

The world of biosensors is definitively a versatile and universally applicable one, as demonstrated by the wide range of topics which were addressed at the Conference, such as: bioengineered and biomimetic receptors; microfluidics for biosensing; biosensors for emergency situations; nanotechnologies and nanomaterials for biosensors; intra- and extracellular biosensing; and advanced applications in clinical, environmental, food safety, and cultural heritage fields.

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Listeria monocytogenes; cell-based biosensor; bioelectric recognition assay; membrane-engineering; lateral flow immunoassay; antibiotics; lincomycin; gold nanoparticles; quantum dots; surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy; Fumonsin B1; aptamers; gold nanoparticles; UV/VIS spectroscopy; asymmetric flow field-flow fractionation; porous silicon membrane; bacterial detection; selective lysis; endolysins; lysostaphin; flow-through; vibrational spectra; molecular dynamics; nucleotides; Au nanoparticle; SERS; space biology; deep space; biosensors; space radiation; microgravity; CubeSats; 2D Ti3C2 MXene; PGE2; 8-HOA; lung cancer; electrochemical; DNA biosensors; KRAS; liquid biopsy; cancer point-of-care diagnostic tests; paper-based sensors; nitrocellulose; impedance measurements; dielectric properties; parallel-plate electrodes; interdigital electrodes; endolysins; Bacillus thuringiensis; sensor; combined slot antenna; diabetes; dielectric permeability; electromagnetic fields; glucose concentration; near-field sensor; non-invasive measurements; microwave sounding; chymotrypsin; β-casein; nanoparticles; UV-vis spectroscopy; dynamic light scattering; quartz crystal microbalance; biologically inspired; electronic eye; optical methods; RGB analysis; tequila; molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP); surface plasmon resonance (SPR); plastic optical fiber (POF); 2-furaldheide (2-FAL); beverages; optical chemical sensors; biosensor; immunosensor; cardiac troponin I; single-strand DNA; electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; label-free; proteins; microfluidic chip; self-assembled monolayers; odor sensor; market analysis; technology assessment; application field; performance profile; requirement profile; biointelligence; biological transformation; temperature sensor; Raman spectroscopy; anti-Stokes/Stokes spectra; titanium dioxide; trypsin; β-casein; AuNPs; acoustic wave biosensor; colorimetric assay; white light reflectance spectroscopy; real-time immunosensor; ELISA; pesticides; carbendazim; fruit juices; ECIS; xCELLigence; cellZscope; hCMVEC; endothelial cell; impedance sensing; light-addressable potentiometric sensor; light-addressable electrode; actuator-sensor system; enzyme kinetics; microfluidics; HIV-1 p24 protein; surface plasmon resonance; surface modifications; label-free detection; artificial enzymes; green synthesis; hexacyanoferrates of transition and noble metals; peroxidase mimetic; amperometric (bio)sensor; glucose oxidase; glucose analysis; electrocatalysis; peroxynitrite; flow injection analysis; meat extracts; myoglobin; cobalt phthalocyanine; electrochemical reduction; screen-printed carbon electrode; amperometric detection; decay kinetics