Biosensors are integrated devices which are capable of providing analytical information using biological samples. Biosensors consists of a biological recognition unit, which has the ability to interact with bio-elements, such as living tissue, enzymes, and antibodies, and a transducer, which is used to change the property of bio-elements into an electrical signal. Biosensors have applications in medical testing, food toxicity detection, industrial processing and monitoring, agricultural applications, and environmental pollution control. Biosensors are essentially devices capable of fast detection and are ideal for applications that demand low-cost, quick and easy, portable solutions. Biosensors are used to ensure quality and safety of products and detection of microbial pathogens and toxins in food cost-efficiently. Point-of-care testing (POCT) is the most proficient area for biosensor application. Biosensors help clinicians by providing essential information for proper clinical management immediately. Increasing demand for point-of-care testing (POCT), rising prevalence of chronic and lifestyle-induced diseases, growing geriatric population, and increasing application of nanotechnology are the key driving factors for the biosensors market. In future, non invasive biosensors and emergence and growth of personalized medicine would provide opportunities to new entrants, which would further propel the growth of the biosensors market.
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