Electrochemical Immuno- and Aptasensors for Mycotoxin Determination
AbstractModern analysis of food and feed is mostly focused on development of fast and reliable portable devices intended for field applications. In this review, electrochemical biosensors based on immunological reactions and aptamers are considered in the determination of mycotoxins as one of most common contaminants able to negatively affect human health. The characteristics of biosensors are considered from the point of view of general principles of bioreceptor implementation and signal transduction providing sub-nanomolar detection limits of mycotoxins. Moreover, the modern trends of bioreceptor selection and modification are discussed as well as future trends of biosensor development for mycotoxin determination are considered. View Full-Text
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Evtugyn, G.; Hianik, T. Electrochemical Immuno- and Aptasensors for Mycotoxin Determination. Chemosensors 2019, 7, 10.
Evtugyn G, Hianik T. Electrochemical Immuno- and Aptasensors for Mycotoxin Determination. Chemosensors. 2019; 7(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Evtugyn, Gennady; Hianik, Tibor. 2019. "Electrochemical Immuno- and Aptasensors for Mycotoxin Determination." Chemosensors 7, no. 1: 10.
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