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Recent Advances in the Use of Metallic Nanoparticles in Biosensors

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Metallic Nanoparticles are great candidates to create breakthroughs in the field of Analytical Chemistry. When the size of a material is reduced to the nanometer range, surface effects become very pronounced, especially due to the electron confinement and plasmonic effects. The use of nanostructured materials for fabrication of electrochemical devices with fast communication has attracted a considerable attention from the scientific community due to the possibility of facilitating the electron transfer of many redox reactions. Moreover, the localized surface plasmon resonance effect (LSPR) improves the selectivity and sensitivity of molecules in spectroscopy methods. By using a suitable size and surface chemistry, these metallic nanoparticles can be perfectly integrated into a variety of technological platforms, offering novel physical and chemical properties for the high-performance analytical devices. Although the exploitation of optical and electrical properties of metallic nanoparticles in the Analytical Chemistry field is a reality nowadays, there are always challenges associated to their applicability such as, repeatability, reproducibility and selectivity.

In this scenario, the main goal of this Research Topic is to bring together researchers to share their recent results on the use of metallic nanoparticles to improve their analytical (bio)sensors. We invite researchers to submit letters/short communications, research article and review papers focusing on (but not limited to) the following topics:

-Applications of metallic nanoparticles in Bioelectroanalysis;

-Metallic nanoparticles in electrochemical devices: Sensors and Biosensors;

-Wearable sensors based on optical and electrical signal amplification generated by metallic nanoparticles;

-Spectroanalysis using metallic nanoparticles: Plasmonic effects associated to analytical detection;

-Spectroelectrochemistry using metallic nanoparticles;

Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal's guidelines, and all papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles.


Keywords: Electroanalysis; Plasmonics; Surface Modification; Metallic Nanoparticles; Novel Platforms and devices; Biomolecules.


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

Metallic Nanoparticles are great candidates to create breakthroughs in the field of Analytical Chemistry. When the size of a material is reduced to the nanometer range, surface effects become very pronounced, especially due to the electron confinement and plasmonic effects. The use of nanostructured materials for fabrication of electrochemical devices with fast communication has attracted a considerable attention from the scientific community due to the possibility of facilitating the electron transfer of many redox reactions. Moreover, the localized surface plasmon resonance effect (LSPR) improves the selectivity and sensitivity of molecules in spectroscopy methods. By using a suitable size and surface chemistry, these metallic nanoparticles can be perfectly integrated into a variety of technological platforms, offering novel physical and chemical properties for the high-performance analytical devices. Although the exploitation of optical and electrical properties of metallic nanoparticles in the Analytical Chemistry field is a reality nowadays, there are always challenges associated to their applicability such as, repeatability, reproducibility and selectivity.

In this scenario, the main goal of this Research Topic is to bring together researchers to share their recent results on the use of metallic nanoparticles to improve their analytical (bio)sensors. We invite researchers to submit letters/short communications, research article and review papers focusing on (but not limited to) the following topics:

-Applications of metallic nanoparticles in Bioelectroanalysis;

-Metallic nanoparticles in electrochemical devices: Sensors and Biosensors;

-Wearable sensors based on optical and electrical signal amplification generated by metallic nanoparticles;

-Spectroanalysis using metallic nanoparticles: Plasmonic effects associated to analytical detection;

-Spectroelectrochemistry using metallic nanoparticles;

Manuscripts must be prepared according to Journal's guidelines, and all papers submitted to this issue will be subject to a strict peer review process to ensure high quality articles.


Keywords: Electroanalysis; Plasmonics; Surface Modification; Metallic Nanoparticles; Novel Platforms and devices; Biomolecules.


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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01 April 2021 Manuscript Extension

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01 April 2021 Manuscript Extension

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