Biosensors Journal is one of the most accessed journals on electrochemical biosensors. All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) CrossRef and are freely accessed using Google Scholar. The journal focus on current trends and developments and topics such as biosensor applications for environmental and water monitoring, agro-industry applications, and trends in the detection of nerve agents and pesticides.
The signal transduction and the general performance of electrochemical biosensors are often determined by the surface architectures that connect the sensing element to the biological sample at the nanometer scale. The most common surface modification techniques, the various electrochemical transduction mechanisms, and the choice of the recognition receptor molecules all influence the ultimate sensitivity of the sensor. New nanotechnology-based approaches, such as the use of engineered ion-channels in lipid bilayers, the encapsulation of enzymes into vesicles, polymersomes, or polyelectrolyte capsules provide additional possibilities for signal amplification.
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.
Last date updated on June, 2014