Topical Collection "Advances in Microtechnology for Cell/Tissue Engineering and Biosensing"

Editor

Prof. Dr. Eiichi Tamiya
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Collection Editor
Executive Director, Advanced Photonics and Biosensing Open Innovation Laboratory, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST); Research Professor, Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University, 2-1 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871, Japan
Interests: nanobiotechnology; advanced biosensor; bioMEMS; cell based device; biosensors for IoT
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Topical Collection Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue features research that aims to advance biotechnology by exploiting the properties of micro-scale structures and materials. In the field of biotechnology, exosomes, viruses, cells, and tissues are micro-sized structures, ranging from submicron to submillimeter, composed of functional biomolecules such as proteins, genes, and lipids. These biochemical environments could be effectively controlled by microfluidic device technologies mainly based on semiconductor microfabrication and photofabrication technologies, etc. Micro-scale electrodes, semiconductors, piezoelectric devices, optical devices, etc. can be used for measurement and analyses for these purposes. We welcome the development of microdevices based on new principles and materials, and the proposal of new biosensing and functional analysis methods of cells and tissues using these devices. This also includes advanced bioengineering such as single-cell analysis, cell differentiation, and tissue functional modification. Such research is expected to promote advanced biotechnology, which could lead to novel biosensing and analyses, cell/tissue engineering, biomedical diagnostics, therapeutic applications, drug discovery, etc.

Prof. Dr. Eiichi Tamiya
Collection Editor

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • micro-scale device
  • microfluidics
  • biosensing
  • cell engineering
  • single-cell analysis
  • tissue engineering
  • biomedical diagnosis
  • therapeutic application
  • drug screening

Published Papers

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