Special Issue "Biosensing and Diagnosis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 50465
Interests: biosensor; paper based analytical device; photoelectrochemical; electrochemiluminescence; gas sensing and non-invasive diagnosis
Interests: biochemical analysis; DNA nanotechnology; molecular imaging and targeting therapy
Interests: point-of-care testing; electrochemical analysis; wearable and flexible
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Special Issue in Nanomaterials: Nanomaterials for Sensing Application
Recently, with the development of more biomarkers and new technologies, various sensing and diagnosis platforms have been proposed which are attractive because they are rapid, simple, inexpensive, portable, and not limited to a specific place. This can help to bring about more accurate diagnosis of health conditions, food and environmental monitoring, emergency security, and interpretation of complex results in real-world conditions, especially at the point of care, where an immediate decision on treatment most needs to be made. Undoubtedly, multidisciplinary collaborations will remain the focus of the future development of biosensing and diagnosis science, and low-cost and high-performance fabrication technology will further stimulate research interest from industry and academia. It is believed that more sensing products will transform into the real field from the laboratory as their affordability, portability, user-friendliness, and accuracy meet the requirements for market application. In particular, by combining machine learning, big data analytics, and Internet of Things technology, integrated and intelligent sensors will shape the future of healthcare at a global level by providing users with more accurate diagnostics and more effective treatments. Accordingly, this Special Issue is devoted to a collection of significant advances on innovative research of biosensors, biosensing devices and systems, and their various applications.
Prof. Dr. Yan Zhang
Prof. Dr. Sai Bi
Prof. Dr. Qin Xu
Prof. Dr. Yingju Liu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- point-of-care testing
- biosensing device
- biochemical analysis