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Advances in Gas Sensing Technologies for Disease Diagnosis Application

A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Chemical Sensors".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 January 2025 | Viewed by 148

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The Ångström Laboratory, Division of Solid-State Physics, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Uppsala University, 75121 Uppsala, Sweden
Interests: materials characterization; nanomaterials; nanomaterials synthesis; thin films and semiconductor metal oxides; carbon nanotubes; nanoparticle synthesis; surface functionalization; gas sensors
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Dear Colleagues,

In recent times, the advancement of technology, innovation, and device miniaturization have caused a fundamental paradigm shift in the scientific development, integration, and application of different advanced gas sensing technologies for disease diagnosis and monitoring. As technology continues to advance and more research is being conducted, emerging non-invasive gas sensing technologies for disease diagnosis and monitoring are revolutionizing the traditional translational medicine and treatment. The detection and analysis of disease biomarker gases in body fluids such as blood, urine, sweat, saliva, and, exhaled breath, as well as combinations of all, offer a promising avenue for non-invasive early disease diagnosis and screening, regular monitoring, and personalized treatment. Apart from the benchtop methodologies including gas chromatography and spectroscopic techniques, gas sensors based on miniaturized devices, such as optical, amperometric, chemiresistors, impedance, electronic, piezoelectric, and catalytic sensors, are becoming the most exciting gas sensing approaches for many reasons.

This Special Issue on “Advances in Gas sensing Technologies for Disease Diagnosis Application” aims at conquering the latest technological advancements in gas sensing methodologies, novel approaches, and real-time applications in disease diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment. This Special Issue covers topics including, but not limited to, chemical, optical, electronic nose, physical, and catalytic sensors for the detection and analysis of disease biomarkers for disease diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment. Both original research papers and review articles are welcome.

Dr. Tesfalem Welearegay
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • disease diagnosis and monitoring
  • disease biomarkers
  • gas sensors
  • micro-nanosensors
  • electronic-nose
  • chemical sensors
  • optical sensors
  • sensor systems and point of care devices

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