Nanotechnology-Enabled Biosensors for Early Disease Diagnosis and Personalized Healthcare Monitoring

Year : 2024 | Volume :26 | Issue : 01 | Page : –
By

Seethaladevi

  1. Assistant Professor Department of ECE,Indira Institute of Technology & Sciences Andhra Pradesh India

Abstract

Nanotechnology has revolutionized the field of biosensors, enabling early disease diagnosis and personalized healthcare monitoring. Utilising the special qualities of nanomaterials—such as their high surface-to-volume ratio, remarkable electrical and optical capabilities, and customised surface chemistry—nanotechnology-enabled biosensors create extremely sensitive and focused diagnostic instruments. With previously unheard-of sensitivity and accuracy, these biosensors are able to identify and measure a wide range of biomarkers, such as proteins, nucleic acids, and tiny molecules.This paper provides a comprehensive review of the latest advancements in nanotechnology-enabled biosensors, their working principles, fabrication techniques, and applications in early disease diagnosis and personalized healthcare monitoring. It also covers the difficulties and potential developments in this quickly developing industry.

Keywords: Nanotechnology, biosensors, early disease diagnosis, personalized healthcare monitoring, nanomaterials, biomarkers, sensitivity, selectivity.

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Volume 26
Issue 01
Received May 20, 2024
Accepted May 27, 2024
Published June 4, 2024