Special Issue "Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Based Biosensors"
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2016).
Interests: biomaterials; biosensors; nanofabrication; graphene- and carbon-nanotubes-based architectures; nanocomposites; polymers; hydrogels; inkjet printing; tissue engineering; drug delivery; computational biology and bioinformatics
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Interests: biosensors; graphene, carbon nanotubes; nanocomposite thin films; electrochemical impedance; cyclic voltammetry; energy storage; supercapacitors
There is an unmet need to explore the fundamentals and develop ultra-sensitive, easy-to-use, and rapid diagnostic devices in multiple disciplines, such as clinical medicine, food safety, and immunoassays. Detection of biomarkers is a standard method for disease diagnosis and can be employed for successful detection of various diseases. Discovery of new biomarkers, advancement of surface chemistry and its control and various detection techniques has enabled the development of ultra-sensitive devices capable of detecting multiple targets at once. Furthermore, owing to extremely unique properties, such as superior conductivity and extremely large specific surface area, materials like graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNT) have shown potential applicability in the field of biosensing.This Special Issue invites contributions in the field of biosensors using innovative development techniques, especially focusing on graphitic carbon. Examples of application area include, but not limited to, cancer makers detection, general health monitoring, clinical analysis and diagnosis of disease, industrial monitoring and processing, and environmental pollution monitoring.
Dr. Prabir Patra
Dr. Ashish Aphale
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- carbon nanotubes,
- biosurface engineering