A novel optical biosensor has shown potential as a cheap and easy alternative to current diagnostic techniques.
Researchers have demonstrated direct immunodetection in whole serum using FET-based biosensors for a faster and more economical solution to central laboratory analysis.
The authors discuss a disposable diagnostic biosensor for detecting and quantifying levels of cardiac tropinin-T from human serum.
Researchers investigated how chemiluminescence could be utilized to diagnose disease by identifying biological concentrations.
Contact lenses – embedded with transparent biosensors – could monitor blood glucose levels and eventually detect cancer.
Recent findings have discovered a new biosensor that is able to detect autoantibodies produced in response to the development of cancerous tumours, and may therefore be used for the diagnosis, prognosis and management of cancer at its earliest stages.
Scientists from the Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore, India) have devised a low-cost biosensor that detects the presence of lipase, an enzyme measured in the diagnosis of cardiac and liver related diseases.
Researchers from Washington State University (Pullman, WA, USA) have developed a smartphone-based test that has the capacity to analyze samples to laboratory standard, which may be used to identify cancer biomarkers.
This article reviews the application of ruthenium complex, luminol and nanomaterial-based ECL biosensors to making measurements in biological matrices over the past 4 years.
Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas have developed a sensor that has demonstrated the ability to detect and quantify glucose levels in sweat that could be utilized by diabetes patients at home.