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Departamento de Química Analítica. Facultad de Ciencias Químicas. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. E-28040 Madrid, Spain





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Abstract The detection and identification of pathogen microorganisms still rely on conventional culturing techniques, which are not suitable for on-site monitoring. Therefore, a great research challenge in this field is focused on the need to develop rapid, reliable, specific, and sensitive methods to detect these bacteria at low cost. Moreover, the growing interest in biochip development for large scale screening analysis implies improved miniaturization, reduction of analysis time and cost, and multi-analyte detection, which has nowadays become a crucial challenge. This paper reviews multiplexed foodborne pathogen microorganisms detection methods based on electrochemical sensors incorporating microarrays and other platforms. These devices usually involve antibody-antigen and DNA hybridization specific interactions, although other approaches such as the monitoring of oxygen consumption are also considered. View Full-Text

Keywords: pathogen microorganisms; multiple detection; electrochemical sensors pathogen microorganisms; multiple detection; electrochemical sensors





Author: María Pedrero, Susana Campuzano and José M. Pingarrón *

Source: http://mdpi.com/



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