Innovative Tools with Miniaturized Devices for Food Biosensing
Biosensor Platforms for Detecting Target Species in Milk Samples
Bionanotechnology-Based Colorimetric Sensors for Food Analysis
An Evanescent Wave Fluorescent Immunosensor for Milk Quality Monitoring
Chemiluminescence and Fluorescence Optical Biosensor for the Detection of Aflatoxins in Food
Nanomaterial-Based Electrochemical Sensors for Highly Sensitive Detection of Foodborne Pathogens
Development of Rapid Electrobiochemical Assays for Food Toxins
Food Biosensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
Electrochemical Monitoring of Antioxidant Capacity in Food
Graphene-Based Biosensors for Food Analysis
Rapid Detection of Food Pathogens by Portable and On-Site Electrochemical DNA Sensors
Isothermal DNA Amplification Strategies for Food Biosensors
Capillary Array-Based Microanalytical Devices for Simple and Multiplexed Detection in Bioanalysis
Biosensor Systems for the Monitoring of Fish Health and Freshness in Aquaculture
Food Biosensors: Perspective, Reliability, Selectivity, Response Time, Quality Control, and Cost-Effectiveness
About this book
Biosensors are increasingly being used to replace traditional methods of analyte detection in the food industry. They offer a much quicker, more reliable and more versatile method for the detection of toxins, allergens, hormones, microorganisms, pesticides and other related compounds. This book, therefore, showcases the latest biosensor development in a single resource.
Edited by Minhaz Uddin Ahmed, Mohammed Zourob and Eiichi Tamilya and with contributors from a list of world renowned scientists, this book covers the fabrication of biosensors, the development of miniatursied devices as well as the latest applications in the food industry. Several case studies of recent European food scandals emphasise the need for the development of reliable and affordable food monitoring devices.
Up to date information on the current issues facing food biosensor development is presented in this key resource for food biotechnologists, food chemists and biosensor related students and researchers all over the world.