Biosensors for detection of pathogenic bacteria

  title={Biosensors for detection of pathogenic bacteria},
  author={Dmitri M Ivnitski and Ihab Abdel-Hamid and Plamen Atanasov and E. M Midgley T. A. Wilkins},
This paper presents an overview of different physicochemical instrumental techniques for direct and indirect identification of bacteria such as: infrared and fluorescence spectroscopy, flow cytometry, chromatography and chemiluminescence techniques as a basis for biosensor construction. A discussion of publications dealing with emerging biosensors for bacterial detection is presented. The review presents recent advances in the development of alternative enzymeand immunosensors for detection of… CONTINUE READING
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