Advances in biosensor-based analysis for antimicrobial residues in foods

A.C. Huet, P. Delahaut, T. Fodey, S.A. Haughey, C. Elliott, S. Weigel

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    Abstract

    Biosensors are used for a large number of applications within biotechnology, including the pharmaceutical industry and life sciences. Since the production of Biacore surface-plasmon resonance instruments in the early 1990s, there has been steadily growing use of this technology for the detection of food contaminants (e.g., veterinary drugs, mycotoxins, marine toxins, food dyes and processing contaminants). Other biosensing technologies (e.g., electrochemical and piezoelectric) have also been employed for the analysis of small-molecule contaminants. This review concentrates on recent advances made in detection and quantification of antimicrobial compounds with different types of biosensors and on the emergence of multiplexing, which is highly desirable as it increases sample analysis at lower cost and in less time
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1281-1294
    JournalTrAC : Trends in Analytical Chemistry
    Volume29
    Issue number11
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Keywords

    • surface-plasmon resonance
    • chromatography mass-spectrometry
    • veterinary drug residues
    • beta-lactam antibiotics
    • optical biosensor
    • carboxypeptidase activity
    • chloramphenicol residues
    • tetracycline residues
    • 8 sulfonamides
    • spr biosensor

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