Helen Treichel*, Marina Sbardelotto, Bruno Venturin, Analise Dall Agnol, Jessica Mulinari, Simone Maria Golunski, Daiana Bortoluzzi Baldoni, Caroline Borges Bevilacqua, Rodrigo Josemar Seminoti Jacques, Gean D. L. P. Vargas and Altemir Jose Mossi
Roberta Cruz, Julyanna C. Fonseca, Marília de H. C. Maciel, Juliana S. de Lima, Minelli Albuquerque Sousa, Polyanna N. Herculano, Gladstone Alves da Silva, Erika V. Medeiros, Cristina Souza-Motta and Keila A. Moreira*
Fernanda Luiza Souza Sebastianes*, Angela Maria Montes Peral Valente, Elisangela Fabiana Boffo, Antonio Gilberto Ferreira, Itamar Soares Melo, Luiz Alberto Beraldo Moraes, Joao Lucio Azevedo, Aline Aparecida Pizzirani-Kleiner and Paulo Teixeira Lacava
Prof. Dimitrios P. Nikolelis received his Ph.D. degree in 1976 from University of Athens, Greece. Prof. Nikolelis is currently a Professor of Environmental Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at University of Athens. He is the Editor of 5 books on Biosensors, author/co-author of over 150 scientific articles, and the Editor of many scientific journals. His research focuses on the fabrication of portable biosensors for uses in the field. The group of Prof. Nikolelis group has recently utilized graphene and ZnO (Zinc Oxide) to develop chemical nanosensors for species of clinical or food significance, such as urea, uric acid, cholesterol, etc.