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Sensing Tools and Techniques for COVID-19. Developments and Challenges in Analysis and Detection of Coronavirus

  • Book

  • July 2022
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5275362

Sensing Tools and Techniques for COVID-19: Developments and Challenges in Analysis and Detection of Coronavirus helps readers understand the basic principles of sensor development. Sections give a brief overview of the physical and chemical properties of sensing tools and the basics of techniques. With recent advancements in sensing technology, various smart materials and techniques are now being employed for new purposes. In addition, biosensing devices can be tuned at the molecular level to perform better detection of COVID-19. This book covers the various approaches for the development and fabrication of biosensor systems for the analysis of the novel coronavirus.

In addition, the book discusses the commercialization and standardization of biosensing technology, along with future perspectives on biosensor technologies used for the analysis and treatment of COVID-19. This book will serve as an up-to-date source of trusted information on biosensor tools and techniques for the analysis of COVID-19.

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Table of Contents

PART I: Introduction (COVID-19-Detection and Solutions) 1. Biosensing Approach for COVID-19 Detection 2. Lab-on-paper based devices for COVID-19 sensors 3. Role of nanotechnology for coronavirus detection 4. Polymeric-based interface for the development of COVID biosensors

PART II: Developments and Fabrication Strategies of Immunosensors 5. COVID-19: an immunosensor approach 6. Fabrication of 2D-based point-of-care device for corona diagnosis 7. Development of Coronasensor 8. Metallic interface: a promising approach for COVID-19 detection

PART III: Developments and Fabrication Strategies of RNA/DNA Biosensors 9. Current diagnostic approach for COVID-19 10. Effect of COVID-19: an environmental point-of-view 11. Theranostic approach for coronavirus 12. Microbiological analysis of COVID-19 13. Current diagnosis tool for the detection of corona disease

PART IV: Commercialization and Standardization Biosensing Technologies 14. Nanobioengineering: a promising approach for early detection of COVID-19 15. Chemical sensors for the diagnosis of coronavirus 16. Electrochemical biosensor fabrication for COVID-19 17. Wearable sensing devices for monitoring the infection of COVID-19

PART V: Application of Sensing Tools and Techniques 18. Current clinical testing approach of COVID 19. Overview of point of care assay for the corona disease 20. Current medical challenges for the testing of COVID-19

PART VI: Future of Biosensing for COVID-19 and Conclusion 21. Theory and simulation of FNMs for biosensing applications 22. Current scenario of COVID-19:�A diagnostic approach 23. Optical sensor for COVID-19 sensor 24. Aptasensor: Surface protein detection of in case of coronavirus diagnosis 25. Conclusion


Sudheesh K. Shukla Department of Chemical Sciences, University of Johannesburg, Doornfontein Campus, Johannesburg, South Africa; Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Biological Engineering and Life Science, Shobhit Institute of Engineering & Technology (Deemed-to-be University), Modipuram, Meerut, India; School of Chemical Engineering and Physical Sciences, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, India. Sudheesh K. Shukla works in the field of translational research and development of diagnostic approaches with respect to disease alerts and disorders with a major focus on interfacing chemistry and engineering for better healthcare applications. Currently, his research involves real-sample analysis of biochemical markers for personalized healthcare monitoring. Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain Adjunct Professor and Lab Director, Department of Chemistry and EVSC, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, USA. Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain is an adjunct professor and director of laboratories in the Department of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, New Jersey, United States. His research is focused on the applications of nanotechnology and advanced materials, environmental management, analytical chemistry, and other various industries.