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Author
Tichoniuk Mariusz (Poznań University of Economics and Business)
Title
Electrochemical Sensors for Fast Detection of Foodborne Pathogens
Elektrochemiczne sensory do szybkiej detekcji patogenów obecnych w produktach spożywczych
Source
Towaroznawcze Problemy Jakości, 2017, nr 4, s. 42-53, rys., tab., bibliogr. 40 poz.
Polish Journal of Commodity Science
Keyword
Żywność, Bezpieczeństwo mikrobiologiczne, Badanie żywności, Choroby
Food, Microbiological safety, Food research, Illness
Note
summ., streszcz.
Abstract
Zagrożenia wynikające z zanieczyszczenia mikrobiologicznego żywności przyczyniają się do poszukiwania szybkich i wiarygodnych alternatywnych metod wykrywania obecności w niej chorobotwórczych mikroorganizmów. Konwencjonalne sposoby detekcji skażenia mikrobiologicznego są wiarygodne, ale najczęściej ich wykorzystanie wymaga dużo czasu i jest kłopotliwe w przypadku szybkiej, rutynowej kontroli żywności. Wśród rozwijanych alternatywnych metod znaczące miejsce zajmują sensory elektrochemiczne zdolne do oceny zmian właściwości elektrycznych środowiska, w którym rozwijają się badane drobnoustroje (sensory impedymetryczne, konduktometryczne, potencjometryczne), sensory amperometryczne wykrywające obecność mikroorganizmów lub produkty ich metabolizmu oraz biosensory hybrydyzacji kwasów nukleinowych rozpoznające sekwencje specyficzne dla patogenów. W ramach prac nad tymi ostatnimi przygotowany został biosensor umożliwiający detekcję fragmentów DNA charakterystycznych dla genu kodującego aerolizynę, toksynę wytwarzaną przez bakterie Aeromonas hydrophila, na poziomie 2,5 μg/ml. Miniaturyzacja i automatyzacja sensorowych układów elektrochemicznych pozwoli w przyszłości na ich powszechne stosowanie w szybkiej detekcji mikroflory patogennej w żywności. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The hazard of microbiological contamination of food forces the development of fast and reliable alternative methods of microbial pathogens detection. Although traditional cultured-based methods are considered as the most reliable ones, they remain time-consuming and troublesome in fast and routine food control. Amongst the promising alternative analytical tools a significant role play electrochemical sensors capable of monitoring changes in electrical properties of the medium, which contains analyzed microbes (impedimetric, conductometric and potentiometric sensors), amperometric arrays usually used for the identification of microorganisms or its metabolites, and nucleic acid hybridization biosensors detecting nucleic acid fragments typical for foodborne pathogenic microorganisms. The work on DNA hybridization biosensors led to construction of the sensor capable to recognize DNA fragments typical for gene coding an aerolysin, a toxin secreted by Aeromonas hydrophila bacteria, at the concentration of 2.5 μl/ml. Miniaturization and automation of electrochemical sensor enable in the future its wider application in fast foodborne pathogen detection. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1733-747X
Language
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.19202/j.cs.2017.04.04
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