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bi·o·sen·sor

 (bī′ō-sĕn′sər, -sôr)
n.
1. A device that detects, records, and transmits information regarding a physiological change or process.
2. A device that uses biological materials, such as enzymes, to monitor the presence of various chemicals in a substance.

biosensor

(ˈbaɪəʊˌsɛnsə)
n
a biological device used to detect specific chemical presence
Translations
biocapteur

biosensor

[ˈbaɪəʊˈsensəʳ] Nbiosensor m
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5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The biosensors market is proving highly attractive as it exhibits continuous growth in applications, penetration into newer sectors, and development of devices resulting in higher revenue year after year.
This research focuses on electrochemical biosensors based on DNA stabilization on the surface of modified electrodes.
Biosensors have been recently used in medical, biological and industrial aspects to increase the speed of diagnosis.
Globally, the biosensors market is witnessing significant growth due to increasing demand of point of care testing.
In a series of detailed studies of specific areas, specialists at the interface between electronic technology and medicine provide an overview of biosensors from the perspectives of principles and transduction approaches and medical applications.
Alocilja's work focuses on nanostructured biosensors, sensors that use biological receptors--antibodies, enzymes, and nucleic acids--to detect the presence of specific pathogens.
Hangzhou, China, contribute ten chapters surveying the field of cell-based biosensors from a systems engineering perspective.
Biosensors offer a label-free technique to measure molecular interactions by converting a biological response into an electrical signal.
Intellectual assets are particularly important in a fast growing and competitive segment such as the multi-billion dollar DES market,'' said Yoh-Chie Lu, chairman and CEO of Biosensors.
Infection-revealing biosensors may someday make wound care a consultation between doctor and bandage.
According to the company, the biosensors are easy to operate; flexible; feature easy sample preparation and rapid analysis; and are cost-effective.