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Manuscript Submission Deadline 03 August 2022
Manuscript Extension Submission Deadline 02 September 2022

Miniaturized cell culture platforms are being increasingly utilized in biotechnological, biomedical, and pharmaceutical research and development as a replacement for in vitro cell cultures and animal experiments. Systems such as organ-on-chip (OoC) are designed to maintain cell cultures under defined, ...

Miniaturized cell culture platforms are being increasingly utilized in biotechnological, biomedical, and pharmaceutical research and development as a replacement for in vitro cell cultures and animal experiments. Systems such as organ-on-chip (OoC) are designed to maintain cell cultures under defined, reproducible, and standardizable conditions. Similarly, microbioreactors have become versatile bioprocess engineering tools used for microbial and mammalian cell cultivation.

Such cell culture technologies are often equipped with miniaturized sensors that provide feedback, allow process monitoring and control, and ensure the necessary biochemical and biophysical conditions are maintained. This Research Topic aims to assemble a collection of novel microsensors for cell and tissue characterization.

For this Research Topic we will cover Original Research and Review articles on the following topics but not limited to:
• Electrical microsensors for cell and tissue characterization
• Integrated Organ-on-Chip sensors
• Microsensors for single-cell analysis
• Electrochemical microsensors
• Microsensor for biological medium characterization
• Novel sensor materials and strategies to improve sensitivity/selectivity

Keywords: microsensors, miniaturized sensors, microfabricated sensors, organ-on-chip, electrochemical microsensors, electrical microsensors, bioreactors, cell culture characterization, tissue characterization


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