Functional features of biosensors and their modeling.

  • V. Martseniuk University of Bielsko-Biała
  • А. Sverstiuk Ternopil I.Ya. National Medical University Gorbachevsky
  • N. Kozodiy Ternopil Ivan Pulyuy National Technical University
  • S. Dzadevich Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics, NAS of Ukraine
  • T. Stravsky Ternopil I.Ya. National Medical University Gorbachevsky
Keywords: biosensors, mathematical model, numerical modeling


The paper describes the principle of operation, the basic elements of design, scope and prospects for the development of biosensors. Approaches to their development are considered, basic analytical characteristics, functional circuits of measurement with biosensor are presented. The problems and perspective of biosensors development are considered. A mathematical model of biosensor based on hexagonal lattice using lattice differential equations is developed.


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Martseniuk, V., SverstiukА., Kozodiy, N., Dzadevich, S., & Stravsky, T. (2019). Functional features of biosensors and their modeling. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (37), 81-88.