Recent advances in potentiometric biosensing

Abstract

Potentiometric biosensors are incredibly versatile tools with budding uses in industry, security, environmental safety, and human health. This mini-review on recent (2018–2020) advances in the field of potentiometric biosensors is intended to give a general overview of the main types of potentiometric biosensors for novices while still providing a brief but thorough summary of the novel advances and trends for experienced practitioners. These trends include the incorporation of nanomaterials, graphene, and novel immobilization materials, as well as a strong push toward miniaturized, flexible, and self-powered devices for in-field or at-home use.

Citation

Recent advances in potentiometric biosensing

Nicole L. Walker, Anastasiya B. Roshkolaeva, Andrei I. Chapoval, Jeffrey E. Dick,
Recent advances in potentiometric biosensing,
Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Volume 28, 2021, 100735, ISSN 2451-9103,