Special Issue "Sensors for Cell Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 July 2018).
Interests: cell analysis; electrochemical devices; bioMEMS/NEMS; organs on a chip; cell culture platforms; micro/nanochemistry
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Cell analysis has received considerable interest for drug discovery, cancer cell research, stem cell research, environmental monitoring, healthcare, and tissue engineering. For cell analysis, several kinds of sensors have been developed. Especially, MEMS/NEMS-based sensors and micro/nanochemistry-based sensors are progressing rapidly. These sensors are utilized for high-throughput cell screening and highly-sensitive assays. In addition, paper-based devices and small chip devices have been developed for low-cost assays and the simple process of cell analysis. This Special Issue focuses on research and development in the field of sensors and methods for cell analysis. The Special Issue will cover research topics from single cell analysis to evaluation of three-dimensional cultured cells resembling organs. I will also welcome microfluidics, electrochemical devices, optical sensors, organs on a chip containing sensing systems, and more.
I would like to invite you to submit both original research papers and review articles on sensors for cell analysis.Dr. Kosuke Ino
Manuscript Submission Information
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- cell analysis
- electrochemical sensors
- microfludic devices
- chip devices
- organs on a chip
- cell culture platforms