Biosensors in biotechnology

A biosensor is a device that has the potential to observe a particular substance or analyte with high distinction. Examples of such analytes include glucose, lactate, glutamate and glutamine. Most of the  biosensors are capable of considering the concentration of an analyte in an aqueous solution, mainly producing an electrical signal, which is considered to be proportional to the analyte’s concentration in its determining range. An enzymatic biosensor consists of an enzyme, which identifies and then works with the target analyte producing a chemical signal, a transducer, which produces a physical signal from the chemical one, and an electronic amplifier, which first  determines and then amplifies the signal.

  • Cholesterol Biosensor
  • Glucose Oxidase Biosensor for Diabetes
  • Thiol Biosensor
  • Nitrite Biosensors
  • Biomarkers for Diagnosis Diseases
  • Implantable Glucose Biosensor
  • Superoxide Anion Radical Biosensor

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