The production of Neurotransmitters in an in-vitro environment is possible since detection and analysis of these molecules play vital role in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Among analytical strategies, electrochemical techniques have been identified as simple, inexpensive, and less time consuming processes.
Nanomaterials-based sensor platforms are of great help for researchers because of their ability to perform the electrochemical analysis of neurotransmitters due to their improved detection efficacy. The advancement of electroanalytical technologies and the innovation of functional nanomaterials have been assisting greatly in an in-vitro analysis of neurotransmitters especially for point-of-care clinical applications.
Production of Enzyme inhibitors is possible with current technology since it play an important role in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries. The action of inhibitors helps pharmacologists during the design process for developing new therapeutic drugs which treat various chronic and life threatening diseases owing to their specificity and the potential of enzymes which they can inhibit. Enzyme inhibitors are used to screen various levels of diseases which propel the growth of inhibitors. They are also applied in analytical sensors where the sensors assist in monitoring various environment factors.