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 (bī′ō-ĭ-lĕk-trŏn′ĭks, -ē-lĕk-)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. The application of the principles of electronics to biology and medicine.
2. The study of the role of intermolecular electron transfer in physiological processes.

bi′o·e·lec·tron′ic adj.


(ˌbaɪ oʊ ɪ lɛkˈtrɒn ɪks, -ˌi lɛk-)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
1. the study of electron transfer reactions as they occur in biological systems.
2. the application of electronic devices to living organisms for clinical testing, diagnosis, and therapy.
bi`o•e•lec•tron′ic, adj.
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Feinstein Institute ramps up recruiting efforts for Center for Bioelectronic Medicine at North American Neuromodulation Society Annual Meeting
NeuroSigma is a California-based life sciences company established to develop bioelectronic technologies with the potential to transform medical practice and patients' lives.
Objective: The IONOSENSE-POC project proposes a novel solution to enable label-free, electronic monitoring of live cells in vitro, using innovative organic bioelectronic technology.
It has invested PS32million in bioelectronic technology - medicines that use electrical impulses to influence the body's nerves.
Moyer begins her lecture by defining all living system as controlled by a bioelectronic field of energy/information to which all material processes are subordinate.
Isolation of cultured cervical carcinoma cells mixed with peripheral blood cells on a bioelectronic chip.
htm) increase its focus on bioelectronic medicines with a new venture capital fund, mandated to invest in companies developing the so-called "medicines of the future".
The topics include bioelectronic devices controlled by enzyme-based information processing systems, some experiments and models in molecular computing and robotics, in vivo information processing using RNA interference, the logic of decision making in environmental bacteria, and qualitative and quantitative aspects of a model for processes inspired by the functioning of the living cell.
The snail with the implanted biofuel cell will be able to operate in a natural environment, producing sustainable electrical micropower for activating various bioelectronic devices," said the scientists.
The lab-on-chip technology enables the development of the next generation of portable and implantable bioelectronic devices.
In industries, Halophilic bacteria were used in the production of exopolysaccharides, biofuels, in the treatment of waste water, glycerol production, bioelectronic materials such as bacteriarhodopsin and enzymes like amylases, esterase, protease and xylanase [14,15].
In 2009, Piramal Healthcare launched ActiPatch, a drug-free bioelectronic patch for pain management developed by US based BioElectronics Corporation.