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Special Issue "Electrochemiluminescence Biosensors for Imaging or Detection of Biomarkers, Virus, Bacteria, and Metal Ions"
A special issue of Biosensors (ISSN 2079-6374). This special issue belongs to the section "Environmental Biosensors and Biosensing".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 September 2023 | Viewed by 2422
Special Issue Editor
Interests: electrochemistry; biosensor; electrochemiliminescence; microfluidic chip; amplification strategy
Special Issue Information
Electrochemiluminescence biosensor is an important analytical device which combines the advantages of highly sensitive electrochemiluminescence techniques and the selectivity of biological recognition events. The designation of portable electrochemiluminescence biosensors for sensitive, selective, and accurate determination of biomarkers, viruses, bacteria, and metal ions has attracted significant attention in recent years. Various amplification strategies, such as nanotechnology, DNA-amplification methods, and enzyme-assisted processes, have been studied and integrated in electrochemiluminescence biosensors to achieve sensitive measurement. Furthermore, by coupling microfabrication technology, these biosensors can realize high-throughput determination through screening the visual electrochemiluminescence signal on the electrode array, making this an effective approach for point-of-care diagnosis.
Therefore, this Special Issue covers the research area of designation of versatile electrochemiluminescence biosensors and their applications in food control, the environmental area, and disease diagnosis.
Dr. Meisheng Wu
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- food safety
- early disease diagnosis
- point of care
- visual assay
- electrode array