Recent Progresses in Nanobiosensing for Food Safety Analysis
AbstractWith increasing adulteration, food safety analysis has become an important research field. Nanomaterials-based biosensing holds great potential in designing highly sensitive and selective detection strategies necessary for food safety analysis. This review summarizes various function types of nanomaterials, the methods of functionalization of nanomaterials, and recent (2014–present) progress in the design and development of nanobiosensing for the detection of food contaminants including pathogens, toxins, pesticides, antibiotics, metal contaminants, and other analytes, which are sub-classified according to various recognition methods of each analyte. The existing shortcomings and future perspectives of the rapidly growing field of nanobiosensing addressing food safety issues are also discussed briefly. View Full-Text
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Yang, T.; Huang, H.; Zhu, F.; Lin, Q.; Zhang, L.; Liu, J. Recent Progresses in Nanobiosensing for Food Safety Analysis. Sensors 2016, 16, 1118.
Yang T, Huang H, Zhu F, Lin Q, Zhang L, Liu J. Recent Progresses in Nanobiosensing for Food Safety Analysis. Sensors. 2016; 16(7):1118.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Tao; Huang, Huifen; Zhu, Fang; Lin, Qinlu; Zhang, Lin; Liu, Junwen. 2016. "Recent Progresses in Nanobiosensing for Food Safety Analysis." Sensors 16, no. 7: 1118.
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