Special Issue "Application and Advance of Optical Immunosensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2023 | Viewed by 939
Interests: optical biosensing; metasurface; metalens; photonic devices; nanotechnology
Interests: photonic devices; optical biosensing; optical trapping; optical communications
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The immune sensor community has been experiencing rapid growth in the last decades. The immune sensor has the ability to identify target antigens quickly and generate immunocomplexes without the need to add supplementary reagents. Due to its excellent detection performance in terms of specificity and sensitivity, it has become a popular analytical instrument. Especially in recent years, digital and miniaturization of immunosensors are widely applied for the detection of various pathogens. Among the commonly used immunosensors, the optical immunosensor features prominently as an effective tool for the quantification of the number of antibodies, antigens, or haptens in complex samples with high sensitivity and specificity. This Special Issue will focus on the latest advances in optical immune sensors for proof of art demonstration or clinical analysis. Both review articles and novel research papers are solicited, covering the following areas:
(1) Novel optical sensors or platforms that could observe an immune response, direct or indirect, i.e., through observation of binding events or from fluorescence detection.
(2) Optical sensors that could improve the sensitivity, accuracy and precision of biomedical analysis and diagnostics.
(3) Optimisation of fabrication process, data processing strategies, and consistency to improve the performance of optical immunosensors.
(4) The combination of optical sensors with different technologies (i.e., electrical, acoustics, magnetic) to enable multiparameter and multiplexed sensing.
(5) Comprehensive overviews of optical immunosensors.
Dr. Kezheng Li
Dr. Donato Conteduca
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