Sensor strategies for microorganism detection—from physical principles to imprinting procedures

Dickert, Franz L.; Lieberzeit, Peter; Hayden, Oliver
October 2003
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Oct2003, Vol. 377 Issue 3, p540
Academic Journal
Detecting cells and microorganisms in different matrices is becoming an increasingly important task in a variety of fields including bioprocess control, food technology, health care, and environmental analysis. In this review, fast on-line detection methods for this purpose are presented including different recognition and transducer strategies.


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