This chapter gathers nanomaterial-based biosensors. In order to gain significant benefits in miRNA detection, it is critical to create low cost, transferrable, and less costly technologies for POC and in-field assays. As a result, paper-based biosensors for detecting mRNA-based disease biomarkers, such as lateral flow test-strips (LFTSs) and developing paper microfluidics, provide important diagnostic platforms to address this need. These nanomaterial-based LFTSs and paper microfluidic devices show significant promise for improving detection sensitivity and selectivity by combining with various types of NPs.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Medicine
- General Health Professions
- General Engineering
- General Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology