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Optical and Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors for the Detection of Quinolones

Marjan Majdinasab, Kohji Mitsubayashi, Jean Louis Marty
Trends in Biotechnology 2019 February 15
One major concern associated with food safety is related to residual effects of antibiotics that are widely used to treat animals and result in antimicrobial resistance. Among different groups of antibiotic, the use of quinolones in livestock is of major concern due to the significance of these antimicrobial drugs for the treatment of a range of infectious diseases in humans. Therefore, it is desirable to develop reliable methods for the rapid, sensitive, and on-site detection of quinolone residue levels in animal-derived foods to ensure food safety. Sensors and biosensors are promising future platforms for rapid and on-site monitoring of antibiotic residues. In this review, we focus on recent advancements and modern approaches in quinolone sensors and biosensors.


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