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Biosensors are powerful tools aimed at providing selective identification of toxic chemical compounds at ultratrace levels in industrial products, chemical substances, environmental samples (e.g., air, soil, and water) or biological systems (e.g., bacteria, virus, or tissue components) for biomedical diagnosis. Combining the exquisite specificity of biological recognition probes and the excellent sensitivity of laser-based optical detection, biosensors are capable of detecting and differentiating big/chemical constituents of complex systems in order to provide unambiguous identification and accurate quantification. A new generation of biosensors uses antibody and DNA probes.
OMICS Group International is an open access online publishing group which has 700+ peer-reviewed journals, organizes 3000+ International Scientific Conferences per year, have around 25000 Editorial Board members and 1000+ Scientific associations. OMICS journals on Life sciences are typically multidisciplinary, comprising of all fields of sciences that involve scientific studies related to living organisms, fundamental aspects of biology and recent technological advances. Research works on both basic and applied sciences are considered for publication focused on topics related to the application of advanced research and novel technologies.