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Biosensors—recent advances and future challenges in electrode materials

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posted on 2023-01-16, 16:11 authored by Fernando Otero, EDMOND MAGNEREDMOND MAGNER
Electrochemical biosensors benefit from the simplicity, sensitivity, and rapid response of electroanalytical devices coupled with the selectivity of biorecognition molecules. The implementation of electrochemical biosensors in a clinical analysis can provide a sensitive and rapid response for the analysis of biomarkers, with the most successful being glucose sensors for diabetes patients. This review summarizes recent work on the use of structured materials such as nanoporous metals, graphene, carbon nanotubes, and ordered mesoporous carbon for biosensing applications. We also describe the use of additive manufacturing (AM) and review recent progress and challenges for the use of AM in biosensing applications.

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Sensors;20, 3561

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MDPI

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peer-reviewed

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ERC, European Union (EU), Horizon 2020

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English

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  • Chemical Sciences

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