Paper Based Sensors

Arben Merkoci (Redaktør)

Paper Based Sensors, Volume 89, the latest release in this comprehensive series that gathers the most important issues relating to the design and application of these cost-effective devices used in many industries, including health and environment diagnostics, safety and security, chemistry, optics, electrochemistry, nanoscience and nanotechnologies, presents the latest updates in the field. Les mer
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Paper Based Sensors, Volume 89, the latest release in this comprehensive series that gathers the most important issues relating to the design and application of these cost-effective devices used in many industries, including health and environment diagnostics, safety and security, chemistry, optics, electrochemistry, nanoscience and nanotechnologies, presents the latest updates in the field. Chapters in this new release include Exploring paper as a substrate for electrochemical micro-devices, Paper-based sensors for application in biological compound detection, Printed paper-based (bio)sensors: design, fabrication and applications, Paper-based electrochemical sensing devices, Multifarious aspects of electrochemical paper-based (bio)sensors, Paper Based Biosensors for Clinical and Biomedical Applications, and more.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface Arben Merkoci 1. Exploring paper as a substrate for electrochemical micro-devices Pedro Victor Valadares Romanholo, Livia Florio Sgobbi and Emanuel Carrilho 2. Paper-based sensors for the application of biological compound detection Orawon Chailpakul, Weena Siangproh, Sakda Jampasa, Sudkate Chaiyo, Prinjaporn Teengam, Abdulhadee Yakoh and Chanika Pinyorospathum 3. Printed paper-based (bio)sensors: Design, fabrication and applications Fatima Mustafa, Abraham Samuel Finny, Kevin A. Kirk and Silvana Andreescu 4. Paper-based electrochemical sensing devices Patricia Batista Deroco, Juliana de Fatima Giarola, Dagwin Wachholz Junior, Gustavo Arantes Lorga and Lauro Tatsuo Kubota 5. Multifarious aspects of electrochemical paper-based (bio)sensors Fabiana Arduini and Danila Moscone 6. Paper-based biosensors for clinical and biomedical applications: Emerging engineering concepts and challenges Kuldeep Mahato, Buddhadev Purohit, Ashutosh Kumar and Pranjal Chandra 7. Non-enzymatic lab-on-paper devices for biosensing applications Ana Carolina Marques, Tomas Pinheiro, Gabriela V. Martins, Ana Rita Cardoso, Rodrigo Martins, Maria Goreti Sales and Elvira Fortunato 8. High yield manufacture of lateral flow test strips: From the lab to the market Michael A. Mansfield 9. Nanopaper-based sensors Tina Naghdi, Hossein Yousefi, Amir Reza Sharifi and Hamed Golmohammadi 10. Nanoparticle-based lateral flow assays Enric Calucho, Claudio Parolo, Lourdes Rivas, Ruslan Alvarez-Diduk and Arben Merkoci 11. Flexible cellulose-based devices for monitoring physical parameters Dieric dos Santos de Abreu, Mathias Strauss and Murilo Santhiago 12. Integrated paper-based sensing devices for diagnostic applications Anna Brunauer, H. Ceren Ates, Can Dincer and Susanna M. Fruh

Om forfatteren

ICREA Research Professor and leader of the ICN2 Nanobioelectronics and Biosensors Group, Arben Merkoci obtained his PhD at the University of Tirana (Albania) in ion selective electrodes. Since 1992 he has carried out research as postdoctoral fellow and research professor at the Polytechnic University of Budapest (Hungary), University of Ioannina (Greece), Universita degli Studi di Padova (Italy), Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and New Mexico State University (USA). His research is focused on the integration of biological molecules and other species with micro- and nanostructures of interest in the design of novel (bio)sensors.

Prof. Merkoci is Co-Editor in Chief of Biosensors and Bioelectronics, the principal international journal devoted to research, design development and application of biosensors and bioelectronics, member of editorial board of Electroanalysis, Microchimica Acta and other journals.

Prof. Merkoci has published 305 articles (H-index / citations: Google Scholar 77 / 20908; WOS 63 / 15617) and supervised 30 PhD theses. He is also involved in teaching PhD courses in field of nanomaterial-based biosensors in several Spanish and international centres. He has been member of commission for establishing of the new Nanoscience and Nanotechnology undergraduate academic curricula at UAB, the first one in Spain started during the academic year 2010-2011. He is member of the Academics Working Group of BIST and coordinator of the Nanodiagnostics module of Nanotechnology Master of UAB. He has got several national and international grants related to nanomaterials application in biosensors and his group is collaborating with several worldwide leading labs in the field of nanobiosensors.

Prof. Merkoci serves also as scientific evaluator and member of panels of experts of various international governmental and nongovernmental agencies (FP EU including ERC panel, USA, various EU and other countries), member of scientific committee of various international congresses, director of several workshops and other scientific events and have been invited to give plenary lectures, keynote and invited speeches in more than 200 occasions in various countries. Prof. Merkoci is the co-founder of two spin-off companies: GraphenicaLab, devoted to graphene patterning, and PaperDrop, to clinical diagnostics.