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Contemporary trends biosensors diagnosis in vivo

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A.G. Gudkov - Dr.Sc. (Eng.), Professor, Department of Instrumentation Technology, MSTU n.a. N.E. Bauman; General Director, OOO «NPI FIRMA «HYPERION» (Moscow). E-mail: profgudkov@gmail.com; ooo.giperion@gmail.com V.V. Zherdeva - Ph.D. (Biol.), Associate Professor, GBOU DPO RMAPO MZ RF (Moscow). E-mail: zherdeva.victoria@gmail.com V.N. Viyuginov - Ph.D. (Phys.-Math.), Director, CJSC «Svetlana–Elektronpribor» (St. Peterburg). E-mail: vyuginov@svetlana-ep.ru A.A. Zybin - Head of Laboratory, CJSC «Svetlana-Elektronpribor» (St. Peterburg). E-mail: zybin_aa@svetlana-ep.ru V.G. Tihomirov - Ph.D. (Phys.-Math.), CJSC «Svetlana-Elektronpribor» (St. Peterburg). E-mail: v11111@yandex.ru A.S. Borzinets - Technican, MSTU n.a. N.E. Bauman. E-mail: baosi@mail.ru


This article provides an overview the different directions of biosensor diagnostics. This artical shows the classification biosensors on the following criteria: application (for use in vitro / in vivo), the transmission mechanism of the biological signal, which is based interaction can be based antigen-antibody, substrate-enzyme, complementary DNA interaction sites metabolism of living cells use biosensorov- biomimics etc., a method of signal conversion (optical, electrochemical, mass-sensing, thermal). Various principles of invasive implantable biosensors based on the principle of cyclic voltmeter is completed. Some interesting approaches for the protection the surface of biosensor, the biosensor according to the power supply, which can be used with other electrical biosensor detection, including those based on field-effect transistors are designed. However, these biosensors have a small lifetime and low sensitivity. The principles of the development of biosensors based on AlGaN / GaN HEMT-transistors, different methods of immobilization of sensor molecules on the gate region, principally shown their stability, biocompatibility, the ability to achieve ultra-high sensitivities for such biosensors. It is shown that the possibility of widespread use of biosensors in vivo is limited to a set of requirements to them. First of all, it is non-invasive (or minimally invasive) in order to avoid changes in the properties of a biological object, which is achieved by the minia-turization of the biosensor from micro- to nano-scale; equally important requirement is the low toxicity of the materials of which the biosensor. The feasibility of using the biosensor in vivo is determined by the tasks of monitoring of certain biochemical processes in the body with high sensitivity when other methods can not give a complete, detailed picture of the time. You must be able to manage a biosensor, or remote contact method. Definitely preference should be given to biosensors that meet the above requirements and combine different modalities: eg, diagnosis and treatment (theranostics) or detection of several processes at the same time (multi-modal).
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