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  Title: Advances in Biosensors: Reviews, Vol. 2. Book Series

  Editor: Sergey Y. Yurish

  Publisher: International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA) Publishing, S. L.

  Formats: hardcover (print book with full colour illustrations) and printable pdf Acrobat (e-book), 248 pages

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  Pubdate: 30 September 2018

  ISBN: 978-84-09-05394-0

  e-ISBN: 978-84-09-05393-3

 

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The global biosensors industry is approaching towards multi-billion market. The modern biosensors market growth is driven by the continuous technological advancements in the biosensors ecosystem, increase in the use of biosensors for nonmedical applications, lucrative growth in point-of-care diagnostics, and rise in the demand for glucose monitoring systems. Increasing applications in diagnosis of various diseases and development of nanoparticle based electrochemical biosensors significantly stimulates growth of biosensors industry. The second volume of ‘Advances in Biosensors: Reviews’, Book Series contains six chapters written by 24 authors from 7 countries: Brazil, China, Denmark, Japan, South Africa, Sweden and Ukraine.

 

 

Contents:

Content


Preface


Contributors


 

1. Photoelectrochemical Biosensors Boosted by Nanostructured Materials


1.1. Introduction
1.2. Working Principles and Potential Applications
1.2.1. Working Principles
1.2.2. Potential Applications
1.3. Photoactive Species
1.3.1. Formation of Composite Semiconductors
1.3.2. Organic Dye Sensitization
1.3.3. Metal Ion Doping
1.4. Sensing Mechanisms of Photoelectrochemical Biosensors
1.4.1. Direct Charge Transfer
1.4.2. Enzymatic Reaction
1.4.3. Steric Hindrance
1.5. Conclusions and Perspective
References

 


2. Point-of-Care Electrochemical Immunosensors Applied to Diagnostic in Health


2.1. Introduction
2.2. PoCT Electrochemical Immunosensor
2.3. Advances on PoCT Immunosensors
2.3.1. PoCT Immunosensors Based on Carbon Allotropes
2.3.2. PoCT Immunosensors Based on Metal Nanoparticles
2.4. Lab-On-A-Chip Based Immunosensors
2.5. Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References

 


3. Sensors and Bioelectronics in the Kidney Replacement Therapy Applications


List of Abbreviations
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Bioimpedance and Impedance Spectroscopy Methods in Biomedical Applications

3.2.1. Water Volumes Evaluation in Bioimpedance Technique
3.2.2. On the Theory of Interfacial Polarization
3.2.3. Multifrequency Bioelectrical Impedance /Spectroscopy (MF-BIA/BIS). Bioimpedance Analysis in Water Content Measurements
3.2.4. Challenges in the Theory of Multifrequency Electrical Impedance Analysis
3.3. The Acoustic and Impedimetric Methods in Biomedical Applications
3.3.1. Pre-Treatment of the QCM Surface in Biosensors’ Applications
3.3.1.1. Supported Membranes and Biomimetic Strategies
3.3.1.2. Lipid Vesicles Adhesion: Modelling Cell- Substrate Interaction
3.3.2. The Cells Adhesion to the Surfaces Measured with the QCM
3.3.3. QCM for the Studies of Clotting: Heparin Coating, Platelets Activation and Immunity Factors
3.3.4. QCM for the Whole Blood Studies and Anticoagulants Research
3.3.5. QCM for the Control of Hemodialysis Membranes Biofouling
3.3.6. Theoretical Background for the Acoustic Biosensors (QCM and SAW-Based): Modelling the Response of Sensors in Measurements of Soft Biological Materials in Liquids
3.3.7. QCM-EIS/ECIS Combined Sensing
3.3.8. QCM, ECIS or QCM Combined with EIS/ECIS in Water Control for Dialysis
3.3.8.1. Importance of Water Quality Control for HD
3.3.8.2. Designing Biosensors for the Detection of Heavy Metals Ions in Solution
3.3.8.3. Biosensors for Label-Free Sensing of Water Contaminants (Based on QCM and EIS/ECIS)
3.4. Outlook
Acknowledgements
References

 


4. Solid State Colorimetric Biosensors


4.1. Introduction
4.2. Polymer Films and Glass Substrates
4.3. Gels
4.4. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
4.5. Nanofibers
4.6. Other Substrates
4.7. Conclusions
References

 


5. Sensing of H2O2 as Cancer Biomarker with LDHs Nanostructures


5.1. Hydrogen Peroxide as Cancer Biomarker
5.2. LDHs Based Electrochemical Biosensors
5.3. Fabrication of Nanohybrids
5.3.1. Simple Coprecipitation Method
5.4. Cell Culture
5.5. Amperometric Detection of Extracellular H2O2
5.6. Electrocatalytic Sensing Performance
5.7. Detection of H2O2 Triggered by Live Cancer Cells
5.8. Detection of H2O2 in Human Serum and Urine Samples
5.9. Conclusions
References

 


6. Highly Reliable Metallization on Polymer and Their Fundamental Characteristics Toward Wearable Devices Applications


6.1. Introduction
6.2. Nickel-Phosphorus Metallization
6.2.1. Nickel-Phosphorus Metallization on Polyimide
6.2.1.1. Sc-CO2 Catalyzation and CONV Metallization
6.2.1.2. Effects of Sc-CO2 Catalyzation in Metallization
6.2.1.3. Sc-CO2 Catalyzation and Sc-CO2 Metallization
6.2.1.4. Effects of Sc-CO2 Catalyzation in Sc-CO2 Metallization
6.2.2. Nickel-Phosphorus Metallization on Nylon 6,6
6.2.3. Nickel-Phosphorus Metallization on Silk
6.3. Platinum Metallization
6.3.1. Platinum Metallization on Nylon 6,6
6.3.2. Platinum Metallization on Silk
6.3.2.1. Pt(acac)2 Sc-CO2 Catalyzation and CONV Metallization
6.3.2.2. Pd(acac)2 Sc-CO2 Catalyzation and CONV Metallization
6.4. Conclusions
Acknowledgements
Reference


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