Inventors: Glasel JA
, Freeman CJ
Food pathogen sensor using molecularly imprinted polymers
Publication date: 2004
A sensor for sensing pathogens includes a molecularly imprinted polymer membrane applied to a surface of a flexible backing. The molecularly imprinted polymer membrane is capable of selectively binding pathogens such that binding sites will be fluorescent in the absence of pathogens and fluorescence is quenched in the presence of pathogens. Monitoring the fluorescence quenching will provide detection of contamination.
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