Several nanosensors have been designed for the accurate and quick diagnosis of CVDs. Recently, scientists have presented a review study highlighting the application and design of nanosensors in the detection of CVDs.
Researchers demonstrated a new approach to enable the specific detection of biomarkers in human tear by employing an aptamer-based graphene affinity nanosensor.
Scientists have recently detected cholesterol using a novel biosensor based on TiO2 nanotube structures (TNTs) on a Ti6Al4V thin plate working electrode.
A study presents a comprehensive analysis of recent advancements in semiconductor metal oxide (SMO) gas detectors for identifying expelled acetone, which could help to replace invasive blood sugar monitoring.
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New research concentrates on developing an optomechanical nanofilm resonator for trace hydrogen sensing using palladium (Pd) and gold (Au) decorated graphene on a fiber end surface.
In new research, a liquid-solid TENG, driven by waves, was created to provide a self-powered detection platform for tracking maritime environmental conditions.
A new elastic substrate was developed and used to create a remarkably elastic yarn-type strain detector using graphene oxide-doped polyacrylonitrile nanofibers.
In a new study, authors prepared a reusable and user-friendly transparent upconversion nanoparticles (UCNPs) strip, which was found to be sensitive to lycopene detection.
In an article recently published in the journal Analytical Chemistry, the researchers fabricated two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (2D COFs) to integrate them into solid-state nanofluidic channels and achieve selective, sensitive, and rapid recognition units that can detect the contaminants in sample analytes.