Special Issue "Two-Dimensional Layered Biosensors: Versatile Electronics"

A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2016).

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Gregory Schneider
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Faculty of Science, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Supramolecular & Biomaterials Chemistry, 2333 CC Leiden, The Netherlands
Interests: nanotechnology, bionanotechnology, surface and interfacial chemistry, physical and organic chemistry, materials science, biophysical chemistry, nanofluidics, and self-assembly
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Dr. Wangyang Fu
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Faculty of Science, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, Supramolecular & Biomaterials Chemistry, 2333 CC Leiden, The Netherlands
Interests: biosensors; graphene; two-dimensional materials; label-free and electronic detection; surface chemistry

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue of Biosensors is devoted to two-dimensional layered biosensors where versatile and novel electronic platforms are developped to harvest and to line-up with the potentials of layered sensors. We would like to invite you to participate to this issue by submitting your original research or reviews on graphene and two-dimensional electronic biosensors, including field-effect transistors, optical transistors, mechanical resonators, nanopores, and their hybrids in various forms. A particular highlight is to explore the unique electrical, optical, mechanical, and geometrical properties of graphene and two-dimensional materials for biosensing and any complementary combinations to improve even further the sensitivity and the selectivity of the devices. All types of application domains are acceptable.

Dr. Gregory Schneider
Dr. Wangyang Fu
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • graphene
  • two-dimensional materials
  • biosensors
  • electronics
  • optoelectronics
  • flexible electronics
  • nanopores
  • real-time monitoring
  • bio-functionalization

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Versatile Flexible Graphene Multielectrode Arrays
Biosensors 2017, 7(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/bios7010001 - 23 Dec 2016
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Graphene is a promising material possessing features relevant to bioelectronics applications. Graphene microelectrodes (GMEAs), which are fabricated in a dense array on a flexible polyimide substrate, were investigated in this work for their performance via electrical impedance spectroscopy. Biocompatibility and suitability of the [...] Read more.
Graphene is a promising material possessing features relevant to bioelectronics applications. Graphene microelectrodes (GMEAs), which are fabricated in a dense array on a flexible polyimide substrate, were investigated in this work for their performance via electrical impedance spectroscopy. Biocompatibility and suitability of the GMEAs for extracellular recordings were tested by measuring electrical activities from acute heart tissue and cardiac muscle cells. The recordings show encouraging signal-to-noise ratios of 65 ± 15 for heart tissue recordings and 20 ± 10 for HL-1 cells. Considering the low noise and excellent robustness of the devices, the sensor arrays are suitable for diverse and biologically relevant applications. Full article
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