Special Issue "Application of Biosensors in Food Safety Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 9633
Interests: biosensors; point-of-care testing; antibody development; phage display
Interests: biosensors; point-of-care testing; food safety
Interests: immunoassays or biosensors for rapid detection of hazardous in food or agri-products; antibody preparation; analytical method establishment
Food safety has become one of the most serious concerns in public health. There is a growing demand to develop biosensors for fast, on-site detection of pollutants in food and agro-products. Bioreceptors, including antibodies, aptamer, peptides, etc. provide excellent sensitivity and specificity to the biosensor.
This Special Issue "Application of Biosensors in Food Safety Analysis" focuses on the recent advances in the development of immunosensors/immunoassays, lateral flow strips, aptasensors, peptide-based sensors and their applications in the detection of hazardous substances in food (including small molecules such as pesticides and mycotoxins, and big molecules such as foodborne pathogens and viruses). We invite submissions of research that help to advance the field of biosensors and its application for high-throughput analysis of hazardous factors in food and agro-products.
Dr. Yanru Wang
Dr. Yuanjian Liu
Dr. Jiawen Lei
Dr. Ting He
Manuscript Submission Information
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- lateral flow assay