Enzymatic Biosensors

An enzyme biosensor is an analytical device that associates with an enzyme with a transducer to produce a signal proportional to target analyte concentration. This signal can result from a change in proton concentration, release or uptake of gases such as ammonia or oxygen. The transducer converts this signal into a measurable response such as temperature change or absorption of light through electrochemical means. This signal can be further amplified, processed or stored for later analysis. 

  • Biomarkers for Diagnosis Diseases
  • Glucose Oxidase Biosensor for Diabetes
  • Implantable Glucose Biosensor
  • Cholesterol Biosensor
  • Oxidative Stress Biomarkers
  • Superoxide Anion Radical Biosensor
  • Thiol Biosensor
  • Nitric oxide Biosensor
  • Nitrite Biosensors
  • Apoptosis Marker

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