Biosensors

A biosensor comprises a biologically sensitive material immobilized in intimate contact with a suitable transducing system which converts the biochemical signal into a quantifiable and processible electrical signal (28,29). The biologically sensitive material is typically an enzyme, multienzyme system, antibody, membrane component, organelle, bacterial or other cell, or whole slices of mammalian or plant tissues. To produce an electrical signal, the biological interacting system is placed in close proximity to a suitable transducer (Fig. 4). When biological molecules

Transducer

Data handling

Biologically sensitive v. coating

Transducer

Data handling

Biologically sensitive v. coating

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