Magnetic beads in marine toxin detection: A review
Due to the expanding occurrence of marine toxins, and their potential impact on human health, there is an increased need for tools for their rapid and efficient detection. We give an overview of the use of magnetic beads (MBs) for the detection of marine toxins in shellfish and fish samples, with an emphasis on their incorporation into electrochemical biosensors. The use of MBs as supports for the immobilization of toxins or antibodies, as signal amplifiers as well as for target pre-concentration, is reviewed. In addition, the exploitation of MBs in Systematic Evolution of Ligands by Exponential enrichment (SELEX) for the selection of aptamers is presented. These MB-based strategies have led to the development of sensitive, simple, reliable and robust analytical systems for the detection of toxins in natural samples, with applicability in seafood safety and human health protection.
574 - General ecology and biodiversity
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Gaiani, Greta, Ciara K. O’Sullivan, and Mònica Campàs. 2019. "Magnetic Beads In Marine Toxin Detection: A Review". Magnetochemistry 5 (4): 62. https://www.mdpi.com/2312-7481/5/4/62/htm.
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MINECO/Programa Estatal de I+D+I orientada a los retos de la sociedad/BIO2017-87946-C2-2-R/ES/Dispositivos bioanaliticos para la detección rapida y rentable de gambierdiscus y ciguatoxinas/CIGUASENSING
Aigües Marines i Continentals
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