Recent Advances and Applications of Multiplexed Analysis and Multiplexed Nanobiosensors

A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374). This special issue belongs to the section "Biosensor and Bioelectronic Devices".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2024 | Viewed by 240

Special Issue Editor

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Multiplex analysis has emerged as front-runner technology for the early and reliable diagnosis of diseases through its ability to achieve rapid simultaneous detection of multiple biomarkers, proteins and other clinically significant analytes in a single sample. This approach also enables the collection of more data, a significant reduction in cost, a lower likelihood of errors and a more rapid sample throughput. Recent developments in multiplexing strategies have enabled the clinical diagnosis of some diseases; rapid and reliable simultaneous detection of multiple SARS-CoV-2 mutations; and selective and simultaneous tagging in a single assay of bacteria, cancer cells and individual molecules, such as proteins and DNA. Smartphone-based multiplexed sensors have also emerged as excellent contenders for point-of-care diagnostics.

This Special Issue aims to collect and highlight recent advances in multiplex analysis based on the use of biosensors, nanobiosensors, PCR assays, fluorometric immunoassay, serological assay, CRISPR/Cas multiplexed biosensing, lab-on-chip assay, microfluidic array, lateral flow detection, multiplexed abundance assay, electrochemiluminescent immunoassay, ELISA-based multiplexing, SERS-based multiplex analysis, multiplexed targeted mass spectrometry assay, multiplexed abundance assay and any other related multiplexing methods that have or can be used for the early and reliable diagnosis of diseases or other health conditions, including those utilizing nanomaterials to improve multiple analyte detection. We welcome reviews and research articles in any of these areas.

Prof. Dr. Samuel B. Adeloju
Guest Editor

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  • multiplex PCR assay, including real-time assay
  • multiplex tandem PCR
  • fluorometric immunoassay
  • multiplex bead-based assay
  • electrochemiluminescent immunoassay
  • ELISA-based multiplex method
  • multiplexed serological assay
  • multiplexed targeted mass spectrometry assay
  • SERS-based multiplex biomolecular analysis
  • CRISPR/Cas multiplexed biosensing
  • multiplexed electrohydrodynamic biosensor
  • multiple synchronized biosensors
  • multiplexed abundance assay
  • lab-on-chip assay
  • lateral flow detection
  • microfluidic array
  • SERS tags
  • nanomaterial supported and/or enhanced multiplexing

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