What is a biosensor?

Biosensors are devices which use a biological recognition element retained in direct spatial contact with transduction system (IUPAC definition)

What is a biomediator?

It consists of a biosensing element (i.e. enzyme, tissue, living cell) which interacts with analytes resulting in specific signals.

In which fields can the bionsensors be used?

Environmental field

Biomedical field

Food field

Security field

What kind of transducer is used in your device?

For the Amperometric lines: commercial Screen Printed Electrodes (SPEs)

For the Fluorescence lines: commercial optical transducers (e.g. photodiodes)

What kind of biomediators do you provide?

Mainly algae and enzymes see products

Which is biomediators average storage time?

It depends on many factors (e.g. types of biomediators, storage conditions), see products

What are the biosensor advantages?

Low Cost

Easy-To-Use

Short Analysis Time And Quick Result

Good Reliability, Precision And Sensitivity

No pre-treatment of sample required

In which fields can the bionsensors be used?

Environmental field

Biomedical field

Food field

Security field