Special Issue "Nanobiosensing for Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2016).
Prof. Dr. Huangxian Ju
Director, State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, Department of Chemistry, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China
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Interests: immunosensors; electrochemical sensors; chemically modified electrodes; biosensors; electroanalysis
Since Clark and Lyons created the first biosensor, a glucose amperometric sensor, in 1960s, biosensing fields have attracted considerable interests. Biosensing based on nanomaterials has been one of the hottest topics in nanotechnology and nanoscience. The unique properties of nanomaterials offer excellent platforms as electronic and optical signal transduction to design a new generation of biosensing devices. Thus, nanobiosensing opens up novel concepts for basic research and new tools for ultra-sensitive biosensing in clinical, environmental, and industrial applications. This Special Issue aims to bring together articles discussing innovative applications of biosensors and nanobiosensing, and to share the benefit of new concepts and detection strategies in the area of biosensing based on nanomaterials, which are employed in multiple fields with a broad audience, such as the research and practice of biosensing, based on various nanomaterials, biomedical, military, industrial and clinical applications.
Prof. Dr. Huangxian Ju
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- electrochemical biosensors
- molecular recogition
- nanobiosensing devices