Structure, Function, Orientation, Characterization and Immobilization of Antibodies for Immunosensor Development
Immunosensing With Electro-active Photonic Devices
Nanostructure-based Sensitive Electrochemical Immunosensors
Rapid and Repeated Measurement of Mite Allergens Using a Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Immunosensor
Electrochemical Magneto-immunosensors as Fast and Efficient Tools for Point-of-care Diagnostics
Gold-nanoparticles Interface-based Electrochemical Immunosensors for Tumor Biomarkers
Nanocomposite-based Electrochemiluminescence Immunosensors
Advance Engineered Nanomaterials in Point-of-care Immunosensing for Biomedical Diagnostics
Immunosensors Using Screen-printed Electrodes
Versus Aptamers: A Comparative View
About this book
Immunosensors are widely used and are particularly important for fast diagnosis of diseases in remote environments as well as point-of-care devices. In this book, expert scientists are covering a selection of high quality representative examples from the past five years explaining how this area has developed. It is a compilation of recent advances in several areas of immunosensors for multiple target analysis using laboratory based or point-of-care set-up, for example graphene-, ISFET- and nanostructure-based immunosensors, electrochemical magneto immunosensors and nanoimprinted immunosensors.
Filling a gap in the literature, it showcases the multidisciplinary, innovative developments in this highly important area and provides pointers towards commercialisation. Delivering a single, comprehensive work, it appeals to graduate students and professional researchers across academia and industry.