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Electrochemical biosensors have a vast range of applications, with the potential to revolutionize industries; these instruments have become a fundamental component of analytical equipment used in environmental, food, pharmaceutical, and clinical laboratories, as well as in point-of-care devices. Notably, glucose biosensors and pH electrodes are among the most widely used electrochemical sensors in daily life. With the increasing demand for devices that provide simple and fast analysis of diverse types of sample, researchers are engaged in the design and fabrication of next-generation sensors with enhanced sensitivity, selectivity, and accuracy.
To showcase the immense potential of these devices, we’ve brought together a Collection of recent articles on upgrading the functionality of electrochemical biosensors in different applications, ranging from environmental monitoring to medical diagnoses.