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Biosensors and bioelectronics


Scope: This section considers articles on the theory, design, development and application on all aspects of biosensing and bioelectronics technologies. The section will consider approaches that combine biology and medicine with sensing and circuits and systems technologies on a wide variety of subjects, including lab-on-chips, microfluidic devices, biosensor interfaces, DNA chips and bioinstrumentation. Articles on implantable and wearable electronics, low-power, wireless and miniaturised imaging systems, organic semiconductors, smart sensors and neuromorphic circuits and systems are strongly encouraged.

  1. Many people suffer from movement disability due to amputation or neurological diseases. Fortunately, with modern neurotechnology now it is possible to intercept motor control signals at various points along th...

    Authors: Wing-kin Tam, Tong Wu, Qi Zhao, Edward Keefer and Zhi Yang

    Citation: BMC Biomedical Engineering 2019 1:22

    Content type: Review

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  2. A growing need exists for neuroscience platforms that can perform simultaneous chronic recording and stimulation of neural tissue in animal models in a telemetry-controlled fashion with signal processing for a...

    Authors: John T. Ramshur, Bashir I. Morshed, Amy L. de Jongh Curry and Robert S. Waters

    Citation: BMC Biomedical Engineering 2019 1:19

    Content type: Methodology article

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  3. In neurology and rehabilitation the primary interest for using wearables is to supplement traditional patient assessment and monitoring in hospital settings with continuous data collection at home and in commu...

    Authors: Margit Alt Murphy, Filip Bergquist, Bengt Hagström, Niina Hernández, Dongni Johansson, Fredrik Ohlsson, Leif Sandsjö, Jan Wipenmyr and Kristina Malmgren

    Citation: BMC Biomedical Engineering 2019 1:3

    Content type: Research article

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