Carbon Nanomaterials for the Creation of Biological Sensors for Socially Important Diseases

In this article, the main directions in the development of carbon nanomaterial-based biological sensors for rapid analysis of socially significant blood diseases are considered. Carbon nanotubes, graphene, and derivative materials are shown to have potential for use in biosensors and are used to create various types of sensors.

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Translated from Meditsinskaya Tekhnika, Vol. 53, No. 3, May-Jun., 2019, pp. 37-40.

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Shcherbin, S.N., Komarov, I.A., Chudnov, I.V. et al. Carbon Nanomaterials for the Creation of Biological Sensors for Socially Important Diseases. Biomed Eng 53, 201–206 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10527-019-09909-w

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