A Biosensor is analytical device comprising a biological recognition element (e.g. enzyme, receptor, DNA, antibody, or microorganism) in intimate contact with an electrochemical, optical, thermal, or acoustic signal transducer that together permit analyses of chemical properties or quantities.

Shows potential development in some areas, including environmentalmonitoring.

List of books: Biosensor

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