What is a biosensor?

Biosensors are devices that use a biological recognition element kept in direct contact with a signal transducer (IUPAC definition)

What is a biomediator?

A biomediator is a biological sensing element (an enzyme, a tissue, living cells, etc.) that interacts with specific analytes producing various kinds of signals.

In which fields can the bionsensors be used?

Mainly in environmental monitoring, in the biomedical sector, in food analysis, and in safety.

What kind of transducer is used in your device?
  • For the amperometric line: commercial Screen-Printed Electrodes (SPEs)

  • For the fluorescence line: commercial optical transducers (e.g. photodiodes)
What kind of biomediators your instruments use?

All types, but mainly enzymatic and photosynthetic

What kind of biomediators do you supply?

Mainly photosynthetic and enzymatic biomediators ( see products)

What is the average storage time of your biomediators?

It depends on various factors (e.g. type of biomediator, storage conditions). See products

What are the advantages of biosensors?


  • Low cost
  • Easy to use
  • Short time to analyze and obtain results
  • Good repeatability, precision and sensitivity
  • No pre-treatment of the sample (in most cases)
In which areas can biosensors be used?


  • Environmental monitoring
  • Biomedical
  • Agribusiness
  • Security