Special Issue "Advances in Bioimaging and Biosensing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2023) | Viewed by 3714
Biomarkers play an important role in understanding the development of human diseases, and the identification of subgroups that are at increased risk of disease. The detection of biomarkers such as ions, active biomolecules, and vital enzymes in the physiological and pathological processes of living cells and in vivo has significance for the early diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Biosensing and bioimaging are becoming increasingly important techniques for disease diagnostics and management due to their non-invasiveness, near real-time feedback, real-time, high accuracy and reliability.
The aim of this Special Issue of Biosensors, “Advances in Bioimaging and Biosensing”, is to report recent developments and advances in molecular probes or nanoprobes for the detection and imaging of biomarkers in vivo or in vitro. This Special Issue is open to all researchers and welcomes papers relating to the proposed topic.
Prof. Dr. Qingtao Meng
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- fluorescence probe
- MRI probe
- fluorescence imaging
- dual-/multi-modal imaging
- monitor treatment