Special Issue "Recent Advances and Perspectives of Spectroscopy-Based Biosensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 February 2024 | Viewed by 961
Interests: cell evaluation of food safety; functional factor immunoregulation; spectroscopy and spectral analysis; interface nano-cellular biology
Interests: spectroscopy and spectral analysis; non-destructive detection; evaluation of food quality and safety; machine learning
Interests: digital agricultural information technology; spectroscopy and spectral analysis; machine Learning
Interests: terahertz spectral imaging detection technology; terahertz metamaterial sensing technology; functional nano-sensing materials; quantum chemistry molecular simulation
Food is the material basis for human survival and development, and food quality and safety are highly related to human health and the national economy. As food may be contaminated by a variety of toxic substances in the process of production, processing and storage, such as pesticide residues, heavy metals and harmful additives, food quality and security are increasingly less protected. Strengthening the rapid and effective monitoring of harmful substances in food is of great practical significance to ensure food safety, promote human health, and increase social and economic development. Conventional detection methods, such as gas chromatography (GC), high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), and polymerase chain reaction (PCR), cannot meet the needs of rapid analysis, especially online quality assessment and determination for industrial applications. Consequently, there is a need for reliable and rapid analytical methods of food quality and safety.
This Special Issue, entitled “Spectroscopy-Based Biosensors for Rapid Detection of Food Quality and Safety”, aims to collect high-quality research focusing on the latest novel advances and technology for food quality and safety detection. We encourage the submission of original high-quality research papers and comprehensive reviews related to the application of biosensor and spectral analysis in food.
Prof. Dr. Fuwei Pi
Dr. Jiahua Wang
Dr. Xiaodan Liu
Dr. Fangfang Qu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- mid- infrared
- hyperspectral spectrum
- new detection techniques
- surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS)
- fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET)
- surface plasmon resonance (SPR)
- food analysis