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|Title:||Electrochemical hybrid methods and sensors for antioxidant/oxidant activity monitoring and their use as a diagnostic tool of oxidative stress: Future perspectives and challenges|
|Authors:||Brainina, K. Z.|
Kazakov, Y. E.
|Citation:||Brainina K. Z. Electrochemical hybrid methods and sensors for antioxidant/oxidant activity monitoring and their use as a diagnostic tool of oxidative stress: Future perspectives and challenges / K. Z. Brainina, Y. E. Kazakov. — DOI 10.3390/chemosensors8040090 // Chemosensors. — 2020. — Vol. 8. — Iss. 4. — P. 1-14. — 90.|
|Abstract:||The terminology used in electrochemical methods which are used to generate the measured signal in antioxidant/oxidant activity (AOA/OA) sensors is briefly considered. The review presents a hybrid version of electrochemical methods for the determination of AOA/OA. Invasive electrochemical methods/sensors for AOA/OA of blood/serum/plasma, and non-invasive ones for semen, sweat, saliva and skin determination are described. AOA/OA sensors application in health estimation, cosmetology, food and nutrients is presented. Attention is paid to widely described approaches and technologies used in chemical/biochemical sensors. It will be considered as base/prototypes for developing sensors of the kind for AOA/OA determination. Prospects for the development of wearable, written sensors and biosensors are considered. Miniature and wireless sensors will allow for the monitoring of the patient’s state, both at the bedside and far beyond the hospital. The development of wearable self-powered written and printed sensors is an important step towards personalized medicine. © 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.|
HYBRID ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS
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