Special Issue "Biosensors for Cancer Biomarkers"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017) | Viewed by 55256
Interests: immobilization procedure of biomolecules; protein–DNA complexes; aptamer; enzymatic sensors; thick-film technology; nanodispensing technologies; micro-flow systems; carbon nanotubes; nanoparticles; nanocomposite polymers; molecular imprinted polymers; protein-polymer conjugates
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Biosensors have been extensively studied for their role in detecting and monitoring different types of analytes for clinical and medical applications. This Special Issue focuses on research and development in the field of biosensors as analytical tools for cancer biomarkers analysis. These biomarkers are currently a major area of research and, as more biomarkers are discovered and their roles in disease becomes better understood, this will continue to grow. Affinity biosensors are usually applied to detect gene mutations of biomarkers and protein biomarkers. In the last years, great progress has been accomplished in the development of biosensors based on artificial molecular recognition elements, such as aptamers, phage display peptides, binding proteins and synthetic peptides. Biosensors utilizing new molecular receptors and various transducers, including optical, piezoelectric, electrochemical, and more, will be welcome.
I would like to invite you to participate by submitting both original research papers and review articles on biosensors for cancer biomarkers detection. This Special Issue aims to highlight the novel approaches in this rapidly emergent research area.
Prof. Giovanna Marrazza
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- Cancer biomarker
- Molecular Imprinted Polymer
- mobile biosensors
- Wireless biosensors
- Clinical analysis