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Special Issue "Nanostructured Materials and Their Composites for Biosensing Applications"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991). This special issue belongs to the section "Nanoelectronics, Nanosensors and Devices".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2023 | Viewed by 3568
Special Issue Editors
Interests: research interest mainly focuses on diseases diagnostic and treatment with novel technologies, including smart multifunctional molecular imaging nanoprobes, ultrasensitive detection technologies and devices based on gold nano particles for detection of tumor biomarkers, biosensors, point-of-care lateral strip; the new technology is including detect pathogens, microbes from water and treatment of water
Interests: my research interests lie in the development of rapid disease diagnosis; healthcare monitoring; and environmental evaluation methods through the use of colorimetric sensor arrays; my works focus on developing novel colorimetric biosensors; the development of sensor arrays for the detection of microbe mixtures; and the emergence of sensor arrays into tissue-like materials for intelligent healthcare monitoring
Special Issue Information
Nanostructured materials and their composites, used for biosensing, have been used in industrial applications for decades. Sensing via biological moieties has outmoded conventional diagnosis vis à vis processing time, skilled manpower and detection accuracy. Nanomaterials have impelled biological sensing accuracy and robustness comprising lateral flow assays and tunable electrochemical and physico-mechanical responses, due to their versatile shape and size-dependent physical and chemical attributes. To date, the most widely used nanomaterials for biosensing include Au nanoparticles, graphene-based assemblies, carbon nanotubes and magnetic nanoparticles. Steadfast preparation mechanisms and stout surface engineering are mainly responsible for the biosensing suitability of these entities. Accordingly, this Special Issue seeks to showcase research papers, communications and review articles that focus on the novel manufacturing process of nanostructured materials and their composites for biosensing applications.
Dr. Furong Tian
Dr. Kangze Liu
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- rapid diagnostic test
- lateral flow assay
- novel metal nanoparticles
- magnetic nanoparticles
- surface functionalization
- colorimetric biosensors
- electrochemical biosensors
- biosensor arrays