Integrated Electrochemical and Optical Biosensing in Organs-on-Chip

Pratik Tawade*, Massimo Mastrangeli*

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Abstract

Demand for biocompatible, non-invasive, and continuous real-time monitoring of organs-on-chip has driven the development of a variety of novel sensors. However, highest accuracy and sensitivity can arguably be achieved by integrated biosensing, which enables in situ monitoring of the in vitro microenvironment and dynamic responses of tissues and miniature organs recapitulated in organs-on-chip. This paper reviews integrated electrical, electrochemical, and optical sensing methods within organ-on-chip devices and platforms. By affording precise detection of analytes and biochemical reactions, these methods expand and advance the monitoring capabilities and reproducibility of organ-on-chip technology. The integration of these sensing techniques allows a deeper understanding of organ functions, and paves the way for important applications such as drug testing, disease modeling, and personalized medicine. By consolidating recent advancements and highlighting challenges in the field, this review aims to foster further research and innovation in the integration of biosensing in organs-on-chip.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere202300560
Number of pages12
JournalChemBioChem
Volume25
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • biosensorsorgan-on-chip
  • electrochemical sensors
  • microphysiological systems
  • optical sensors

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