The field of capacitive biosensors has grown significantly since the last comprehensive assessment by Daniels et al. in 2007. Here we how new trends in molecular imprinting, nanotechnology and microfluidics are now being exploited and demonstrate how capacitive biosensors are on the verge of becoming clinically relevant. We also shed light on recent developments in terms of test-setup, surface chemistry and test solutions.

Latest developments in non-faradic impedimetric biosensors: Towards clinical applications

Kirchhain A.
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Bonini A.;Vivaldi F.;Poma Sajama Noemi Violeta.;Di Francesco F.
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2020-01-01

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The field of capacitive biosensors has grown significantly since the last comprehensive assessment by Daniels et al. in 2007. Here we how new trends in molecular imprinting, nanotechnology and microfluidics are now being exploited and demonstrate how capacitive biosensors are on the verge of becoming clinically relevant. We also shed light on recent developments in terms of test-setup, surface chemistry and test solutions.
Kirchhain, A.; Bonini, A.; Vivaldi, F.; Poma Sajama Noemi, Violeta.; Di Francesco, F.
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