Special Issue "Nano and Micro DNA/RNA Biosensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2024 | Viewed by 78
Interests: biosensors; lateral flow assays; nanotechnology in biosensing; analytical methods; diagnostics; genomics; liquid biopsy; food authentication
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Nano and Micro Biosensors are state-of-the-art analytical tools with many applications. They have gained the interest of scientists due to the unique characteristics of the micro-, and especially, nanomaterials used, providing signal enhancements and high sensitivity/detectability along with a rapid analysis time, cost effectiveness, simplicity in fabrication and use, portability and increased multiplexity. On the other hand, nucleic acids, DNA and RNA, are usually the preferred analytes due to their stability in diverse environmental conditions or during extensive processing. Thus, Nano and Micro DNA/RNA Biosensors are a valuable alternative to convention methods of nucleic acid analysis. Moreover, the use of micro- and nanomaterials enable the easy immobilization of various recognition biomolecules on the surface of biosensors for target analyses and interdisciplinary applications.
Both original research and review articles on novel systems or approaches to electrochemical DNA/RNA biosensors are welcome.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Innovative concepts in sensitive DNA/RNA detection;
- New materials and nanomaterials used in DNA/RNA Biosensor devices, e.g., Carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanoparticles, and other organic-based semiconductors;
- Devices and microfluidic systems, including electrochemical DNA/RNA biosensors;
- Electrochemical DNA/RNA detection analysis in situ and in vivo.
Dr. Despina P. Kalogianni
Manuscript Submission Information
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- DNA, RNA, nucleic acids