[00:00:01] This presentation is going to focus on biosensors and where to find them and how to look them up. We’re going to start on YouTube and we’re going to watch the very first video that pops up right here, an animated introduction. At least I think we are. Here we go.
[00:00:24] What is a biosensor? A molecular biosensor is a sensing device for specific molecules known as Burma. Is molecular recognition Is the detection of biomarkers working in conjunction with the reader. Watson’s operates by dictating the sample taken through its decision fluid and is one of the inside of the body.
[00:00:46] Now, what are we looking at there, folks? Because people ask all the time about this particular portion of the equation. When I explain very rapid fire to people, I always bring up biosensors in the main Google, which will bring you the main images. Maybe it’s from different images where you are these those are the main two that I show because I explain, as you see here from the image from MDI, and I always tell folks, source where we’re getting our information from. Biosensors have their own scholarly journals, just like Ellis Sphere for neurology and things that you might be more familiar with.
You can find them in the biosensor journal at MVP, and they will tell you right here in the front that it’s an international peer reviewed and then it will tell you right here, excuse me, where did you go on the home page? And normally there’s a little introductory blurb. I apologize. I see indexing and archiving. Okay, Here I’m about an overview. No, just tells you about and. Okay, well, at any rate, this is the biosensors section and journal rank. Read the publication latest articles highly accessible or highly accessed articles which won’t make any sense, I’m sure at this point exploring the potential applications of engineered borrow thin in nano bio sensing in their gnostics, a monolayer of boron known as Boral Fine has emerged as a novel and fascinating two dimensional material with exceptional features. And then you’ll have how it’s put together, the chemicals that it uses and the transduction that it uses in each direction. And then they’ll show you more pictures of that because biosensors require your molecules made out of your body. So that’s the MDI Journal. Okay. And that’s where this little images from.
When we say DNA analyte derivative, it can be an enzyme, a nucleic acid, an antibody. And then we’re going to use optogenetics, electrochemical, biochemical change piezoelectric. That’s that electrical pressure you see shooting out of my hair follicles from mechanical stress or bio thermal changes, which could also include barometric or wearable pressure. Biosensors have been around a very long time. They’re used for all sorts of different things. And I often show 1956 down here to give people a timeline marker to have an idea of how long they have been around.
For many uses, I bring you here to show you environmental monitoring, soil monitoring and pathogen discovery, drug discovery, disease detection and biosensors for health care, current and future perspectives. And the Google term would be biotechnology. And while I show you all these pictures, folks are still very confused because they want to understand how is this thing making itself out of me or that says plasma blood in cells and biosensors measure biological or chemical reactions by generating signals, electrical signals in the body. Now, in my denial presentation last night, I asked the question, Why is this so difficult for folks? Because nobody told you you have an electrical body part. So for you, you think that what they’re showing you here is part of your digestive system, maybe some part of your nervous system, But that’s not true. This is your immune system, your lymphatic and your skin. This is your bloodstream, this is your bioshield, your electrical body part that’s responsible for transfusing what you had for lunch. So it’s not a big step given that this body part is responsible for digestion as well to come here and start grabbing interstitial fluid in between fluids and anything we want electrically changed. This’ll change the rate of transduction, change that type of transduction and generate out of your own body part with your energy that would be used for digesting your lunch. But instead we’re going to create a different type of biosensor to transmit data to the Internet of Things.
That is what these little suckers are for, along with many other things in soil and different times when we have weather events, we need to get into like the top of the volcano where humans can go, They can do anything because they can grab up a regular molecule, a little electricity and kaboom, kaboom. There they are. And they communicate with electricity, just like your cell phone. Oh, keep that in mind.
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