Special Issue "COVID-19 Biosensing Technology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 December 2023 | Viewed by 4315
Interests: point of care systems based on optical detection; optoelectronics and biophotonics; optical readout systems; simulation and design of photonic structures as optical transducers
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Faced with the pandemic caused by SARS-COV-2, a large number of significant technologies have been developed to solve this health crisis. Biosensing technologies are paying a key role; for this reason, we believe that it is now the time to introduce a Special Issue on COVID-19 Biosensing Technology. I am pleased to invite you to submit a contribution for this Special Issue of Biosensors that will focus on the following topics related to biosensensing technology, but not limited, applied to COVID19. If you have a relevant research to this area, in concrete relating to technologies:
- COVID-19 biosensing technologies;
- Biosenros for measuring SARS-COV-2;
- Immunosensors for COVID19;
- Multiplexed COVID19 for measuring biomarkers;
- Biosensors for measuring COVID19 severity;
- Optical biosensors;
- SPR based biosensors;
- Photonic biosensors;
- Electrochemical biosensors;
- Nanoparticles based biosensors;
- Highly multiplexed biosensors;
- COVID-19 in vitro detection systems;
- Lateral flow devices for SARS-COV-2 detection;
- ELISA technologies for COVID19 screening;
- Microarray technologies for COVID19 screening;
- Progress and development biosensing technolies for COVID-19;
- Biosensors technology for SARS-COV-2 detection in saliva;
- Biosensors technology for COVID19 biomarkers in saliva;
- Biosensors technology for COVID19 biomarkers in serum;
- Biosensing technologies for SARS-COV-2 detection in waste water;
- Alternative COVID19 biosensing technologies;
- Other COVID19 biosensing technologies.
Prof. Dr. Miguel Holgado
Manuscript Submission Information
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