In the last few decades, plasmonic colorimetric biosensors raised increasing interest in bioanalytics thanks to their cost-effectiveness, responsiveness, and simplicity as compared to conventional laboratory techniques. Potential high-throughput screening and easy-to-use assay procedures make them also suitable for realizing point of care devices. Nevertheless, several challenges such as fabrication complexity, laborious biofunctionalization, and poor sensitivity compromise their technological transfer from research laboratories to industry and, hence, still hamper their adoption on large-scale. However, newly-developing plasmonic colorimetric biosensors boast impressive sensing performance in terms of sensitivity, dynamic range, limit of detection, reliability, and specificity thereby continuously encouraging further researches. In this review, recently reported plasmonic colorimetric biosensors are discussed with a focus on the following categories: (i) on-platform-based (localized surface plasmon resonance, coupled plasmon resonance and surface lattice resonance); (ii) colloid aggregation-based (label-based and label free); (iii) colloid non-aggregation-based (nanozyme, etching-based and growth-based).

Plasmonic Nanomaterials for Colorimetric Biosensing: A Review / Acunzo, A.; Scardapane, E.; De Luca, M.; Marra, D.; Velotta, R.; Minopoli, A.. - In: CHEMOSENSORS. - ISSN 2227-9040. - 10:4(2022), p. 136. [10.3390/chemosensors10040136]

Plasmonic Nanomaterials for Colorimetric Biosensing: A Review

Acunzo A.;Scardapane E.;De Luca M.;Marra D.;Velotta R.;Minopoli A.
2022

Abstract

In the last few decades, plasmonic colorimetric biosensors raised increasing interest in bioanalytics thanks to their cost-effectiveness, responsiveness, and simplicity as compared to conventional laboratory techniques. Potential high-throughput screening and easy-to-use assay procedures make them also suitable for realizing point of care devices. Nevertheless, several challenges such as fabrication complexity, laborious biofunctionalization, and poor sensitivity compromise their technological transfer from research laboratories to industry and, hence, still hamper their adoption on large-scale. However, newly-developing plasmonic colorimetric biosensors boast impressive sensing performance in terms of sensitivity, dynamic range, limit of detection, reliability, and specificity thereby continuously encouraging further researches. In this review, recently reported plasmonic colorimetric biosensors are discussed with a focus on the following categories: (i) on-platform-based (localized surface plasmon resonance, coupled plasmon resonance and surface lattice resonance); (ii) colloid aggregation-based (label-based and label free); (iii) colloid non-aggregation-based (nanozyme, etching-based and growth-based).
2022
Plasmonic Nanomaterials for Colorimetric Biosensing: A Review / Acunzo, A.; Scardapane, E.; De Luca, M.; Marra, D.; Velotta, R.; Minopoli, A.. - In: CHEMOSENSORS. - ISSN 2227-9040. - 10:4(2022), p. 136. [10.3390/chemosensors10040136]
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