Electrochemical Affinity Biosensor vs Electrochemical Endzymatic Biosensor
Electrochemical affinity biosensors are a form of biosensor that uses electrochemical transduction to measure and detect the binding of small molecules with their binding molecules. This kind of biosensor measures affinity interactions with high specificity, sensitivity, and is often used in medical diagnostics. The electrochemical affinity biosensor uses enzymes as the recognition elements to determine the presence and absence of particular analytes. While this biosensor can measure certain enzymatic reactions, it’s less sensitive than an electrochemically affinity biosensor. Electrochemical biosensors are useful in healthcare because they enable the detection and measurement of many biological molecules such as hormones and proteins. It has allowed for better diagnosis and quicker treatment. The use of electrochemical biosensors has been demonstrated to identify and monitor biomarkers that can help detect cancer, heart disease, and other infectious diseases. (Veeramani and co-authors, 2019; Jang and co-authors, 2020). These devices have also been applied in point of care testing, which provides quick, accurate results for medical environments (Akhtar and al. 2020). Cont…..