|Biosensors Journal is one of the top journals in the field of immobilization of biomolecules. The published papers reflect the current research in bioengineering in the form of original research or systematic review or interesting case-reports. All published articles of this journal are included in the indexing and abstracting coverage of Google scholar.
Several methods are described in which a biological recognition molecule, a critical element in any biosensor is immobilized onto a silica or silica-based sensing substrate. Although several variations are described, the methods for covalent immobilization share a common theme and are generally composed of three steps: modification of the surface to add specific functional groups (using appropriate silanes or an amine or carboxyl-containing hydrogel), covalent attachment of a crosslinker through one of its reactive moieties, and finally, covalent linking of the biomolecule (recognition element) to the remaining reactive moiety of the crosslinker.
OMICS Group International is an amalgamation of Open Access distributions and overall worldwide science meetings and occasions. Articles published in Biosensors Journal represent a clear advance over previous studies and has the potential to generate exciting future research. Excellent review process is performed by the editorial board members and peer reviewers through the online system like Editorial Manager System. OMICS presents user friendly/feasible website-translation of published paper to more than 50 languages. It enables to choose the language of interest to read the articles, which enables worldwide communication with researchers in a variety of languages.