Electrochemical Biosensors in Practice: Materials and Methods

Basic Practical Principles for Studying Electro-chemical Biosensors

Author(s): Seyed Morteza Naghib, Seyed Mahdi Katebi and Sadegh Ghorbanzade

Pp: 105-138 (34)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815123944123010005

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Due to the diversity of engineering disciplines involved in electrochemical biosensor studies, it is essential to be familiar with some topics, including experimental design, electrochemical laboratory tools, primary biology literature, and biological elements, to understand this area perfectly. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a quick review of these topics. In the section on the design of experiments (DOE), we discuss the principles of DOE, different approaches, guidelines for designing, and the DOE process. This section helps researchers to conduct studies systematically. After that, electrochemical instrumentation will be discussed. Potentio stat structure and function, elements of electrochemical cells, and experiments with two, three, and four electrodes are the topics that will be addressed. The final section of this chapter will introduce some basic biological concepts and elements. 

Keywords: Biological element, Biosensor, DOE, Instrumentation, Practical Principles.

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