Special Issue "Recent Advances of Bioanalytical Electrochemistry of Molecules"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019
The miniaturisation accompanying the revolution of all aspects of information technologies including worldwide digitalization have been influencing analytical chemistry. The time when mobile-phone producers will incorporate sensing and biosensing devices at great scale is coming, and would enable the analysis of numerous phenomena including vital signs, stress factors and even polluted environments.
Nowadays, electrochemical sensors and/or biosensors are able to detect nucleic acids, amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and various metabolites or food/environmental threats such as organic pollutants, metals and/or bio-pollutants, and the attractiveness of these methods and devices lies in their low cost, ease of use and in situ measurements. These devices also enable us to avoid laborious and time consuming sample preparation and provide an opportunity to perform real-time measurements.
We warmly invite you to contribute to this Special Issue with original research articles related to the use of electrochemistry and/or hyphenated electrochemical systems coupled with other detection methods in the form of sensing or biosensing devices for the detection/determination of ions or molecules serving as biomedical, environmental or food quality markers.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ondrej Zitka
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Catalytic signals
- Catalytic transducers
- Sensing and biosensing
- Increasing selectivity
- On-site use