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Novel nanocomposite materials for miniaturized biosensor fabrication

Novel nanocomposite materials for miniaturized biosensor fabrication

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This chapter deals specifically with the nanocomposite materials that are or can be used in the biosensing technology, since they are highly controllable and custom fabricated. We will emphasize particularly the application of nanocomposite materials as a solution to miniaturization process. The need of miniature devices is becoming very important, as they are the main detection and monitoring components in implantable and point-of-care systems for real-time analysis and diagnosis. The ability to design biosensors at micro- or nanoscale allows for medical real-time continuous monitoring of certain vital health-related conditions.

Chapter Contents:

  • 7.1 Introduction
  • 7.2 Principles of biosensors
  • 7.3 Miniaturization of biosensors
  • 7.4 Nanocomposite materials
  • 7.4.1 Application of carbon nanocomposites in biosensor optimization
  • 7.5 Future trends
  • References

Inspec keywords: biosensors; nanomedicine; nanocomposites; nanosensors; biomedical equipment; patient diagnosis

Other keywords: implantable systems; nanocomposite materials; point-of-care systems; vital health-related conditions; miniaturized biosensor fabrication; medical diagnosis; medical real-time continuous monitoring; real-time analysis

Subjects: Patient diagnostic methods and instrumentation; Biomedical measurement and imaging; Biosensors; Microsensors and nanosensors; Biosensors; Nanotechnology applications in biomedicine

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