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Mastitis detection: current trends and future perspectives.
Bovine mastitis, the most significant disease of dairy herds, has huge effects on farm economics due to reduction in milk production and treatment costs. Traditionally, methods of detection haveExpand
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Advances in biosensors for detection of pathogens in food and water
Abstract While most microbes play an important role in nature, certain potentially harmful microbes can contaminate food and water, and cause a plethora of infectious diseases in both animals andExpand
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Antibody-Based Sensors: Principles, Problems and Potential for Detection of Pathogens and Associated Toxins
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Antibody-based sensors permit the rapid and sensitive analysis of a range of pathogens and associated toxins. Expand
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Studies on coumarins and coumarin-related compounds to determine their therapeutic role in the treatment of cancer.
The Benzopyrones are a group of compounds whose members include coumarins and flavonoids. Dietary exposure to benzopyrones is quite significant, as these compounds are found in vegetables, fruit,Expand
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Coumarins : biology, applications, and mode of action
List of contributors. Preface. History of the Development and Applications of Coumarin and Coumarin--related Compounds (I. Weinmann). The Chemistry and Occurrence of Coumarins (G. Keating & R. OaExpand
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A generic approach for the detection of whole Listeria monocytogenes cells in contaminated samples using surface plasmon resonance.
The opportunistic food pathogen Listeria monocytogenes is of great concern to the food industry and its rapid detection is of major importance. This paper describes the detection of L. monocytogenesExpand
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Biosensor developments: application to prostate-specific antigen detection.
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) is the best serum marker currently available for the detection of prostate cancer and is the forensic marker of choice for determining the presence of azoospermicExpand
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Development of surface plasmon resonance-based immunoassay for aflatoxin B(1).
Aflatoxins are a group of highly toxic fungal secondary metabolites that occur in Aspergillus species and may contaminate foodstuffs and feeds. Two different anti-aflatoxin B(1) antibodies wereExpand
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Oriented immobilization of antibodies and its applications in immunoassays and immunosensors.
The immobilization of antibodies on solid-phase materials has been used in many areas such as purification, diagnostic immunoassays and immunosensors. Problems associated with the loss of biologicalExpand
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