Aptasensors for quantitative detection of kanamycin.


Up till now, various techniques have been developed to detect kanamycin in biological samples. However, due to some problems involved in these methods including time-consuming, expensive equipment and high consumption of reagents, new strategies for detection and quantitative determination of kanamycin are needed. Aptamer-based biosensors with unique recognition capability have attracted more attention of scientists because of its rapid response, high sensitivity and simple fabrication. Hence, we summarized optical and electrochemical kanamycin aptasensors and focuses on recent advances and modern techniques in aptasensor-based kanamycin detection techniques in order to provide readers with an inclusive understanding of its improvement and progress.

DOI: 10.1016/j.bios.2016.04.011

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@article{Robati2016AptasensorsFQ, title={Aptasensors for quantitative detection of kanamycin.}, author={Rezvan Yazdian Robati and Atefeh Arab and Mohammad Ramezani and Fatemeh Alebooye Langroodi and Khalil Abnous and Seyed Mohammad Taghdisi}, journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics}, year={2016}, volume={82}, pages={162-72} }