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Electrochemical biosensors

Biosensors Journal is one among the best scholarly journals on electrochemical biosensors. All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) CrossRef and are freely accessed using Google scholar. The journal is the essential guide to the modification and employment of biosensors for use in research, diagnostics, and therapeutics. Biosensors are devices which combine a biochemical recognition element with a physical transducer. There are various types of biosensors, including electrochemical, acoustical, and optical sensors. Electrochemical biosensors for multiple analytes were the first scientifically proposed as well as commersialised biosensors. Electrochemical biosensors have been studied for a long time. Presently, typical platform of transducers based on semiconductors and screen printed electrodes is in practice for construction of biosensors. Among all biocomponents, enzymes or enzyme labeled antibodies are presently the most common biorecognition tools used in biosensor. Electrochemical biosensors have been categorized in three categories based on their operation and application as: potentiometric, amperometric and impedimetric transducers. OMICS Group is built upon the principles of open access and is determined to provide free and unrestricted access of research articles to scientists around the world for the advancement of science and technology. Submitted articles in the Biosensors Journal avail open accessing. OMICS special features include 21 Day rapid review process and an eminent team of 50,000+ editorial board members and 50,000+ Reviewer team. Open Access initiative helps in unlocking the traditional methods of subscription articles and releasing information to tertiary level readers, who normally would not have access to first hand research studies.
 
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Last date updated on June, 2014