Special Issue "Biosensors for Monitoring Pathogenic Agents (Volume II)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 135
Interests: application of bio-detection technology in the field of food safety; nucleic acid biosensors; nanotechnology biosensors
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Special Issue in Biosensors: Biosensing Technologies for Bacteria and Virus Detections
Pathogen detection is important in fields such as medicine, agriculture, and food science. Traditional pathogenic bacteria detection approaches involve multiple steps, including bacterial enrichment, which is time-consuming and requires professional knowledge. In order to overcome these shortcomings, biosensors have been widely exploited for the detection of pathogenic bacteria.
At present, depending on the targets, biosensors for pathogen detection can be divided into three categories, namely, nucleic acid sensors, protein sensors, and other metabolic small-molecule sensors. Meanwhile, based on the detection principle, they can be divided into electrochemical sensors, optical sensors, and so on.
In recent years, relevant technologies in these fields have made great progress. This Special Issue hopes to collect the latest developments in biosensor technologies for pathogen detection and to discuss the potential opportunities and challenges for their application.
Prof. Dr. Jian Wu
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- pathogen detection
- electrochemical analysis
- optical sensing