A biosensor is an analytical device that produces a signal proportional to the concentration of an analyte in a reaction, biological or chemical Measures substances and reactions. A biosensor combines a biological element with a physico-chemical detector.
Biosensors typically consist of enzymes, antibodies, cells, nucleic acids, aptamers, semi-conducting materials, nanomaterials, and electronic systems that include processors, signal amplifiers, and displays.
All types of biosensors typically produce minimal sample size because the biological detecting element is highly selective for the analyte. Physical and electrochemical changes occurring on the outside of the biosensor will generate a signal within the conducting polymer layer.

Types Of Biosensors

  • Electrochemical biosensors
  • Optical biosensors
  • Electronic biosensors
  • Piezoelectric biosensors
  • Gravimetric biosensors
  • Pyroelectric biosensors
  • Magnetic biosensors

Biosensors Applications

  • Common healthcare checking
  • Metabolites Measurement
  • Screening for sickness
  • Insulin treatment
  • Clinical psychotherapy & diagnosis of disease
  • In Military
  • Agricultural, and Veterinary applications
  • Drug improvement, offense detection
  • Processing & monitoring in Industrial
  • Ecological pollution control
  • Diagnostic & Clinical
  • Industrial & Environmental Applications
  • Study & Interaction of Biomolecules
  • Development of Drug
  • Detection of Crime
  • Medical Diagnosis
  • Monitoring of Environmental Field
  • Quality Control
  • Process Control in Industries
  • Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer & Organs Replacement