Special Issue "Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors: From Bench-Top to Point-of-Care"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2015).
A biosensor is a device that contains a biological, or bioinspired recognition layer with unique specificity toward target analytes, which can be DNA, proteins, and small molecules like glucose, chemical warfare agents or environmental pollutants. The focus on electrochemical sensors and biosensors is growing exponentially, as these detection systems can be easily miniaturized and mass-produced for point-of-care applications. This Special Issue, entitled “Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors: From Benchtop to Point-of-Care”, aims to highlight the most recent and promising technologies in the field of electrochemical sensors and biosensors. In particular, the development of an electrochemical biosensor may require collaboration between the disciplines of chemistry, biomedical engineering, electronic engineering and medicine. This special issue is intended to be a timely and comprehensive issue on new emerging technologies that are currently being developed by research laboratories world-wide on electrochemical biosensors and biomicrodevices (e.g. DNA sensors, paper-based biosensors, microfluidic biochips, bioMEMS) with emphasis on, but not limited to, point-of-care applications. Research papers, short communications and reviews are all welcome. If the author is interested in submitting a review, it would be helpful to discuss this with the guest-editor before your submission.
Prof. Dr. Kagan Kerman
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Electrochemical sensor
- biosensor, biochip
- electrochemical impedance spectroscopy