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Development of a selective MIP based amperometric sensor for clenbuterol

The MIP developed for clenbuterol has been successfully used to prepare a novel sensor comprising MIP as the selective element and amperometric detection as the transducer. The responses from several such sensors were measured to be reproducible within a variability of 10%. Extraction protocols for clenbuterol in liver have also been developed with subsequent detection using the sensor. Preliminary data on the development of a MIP based sensor for a ß-lactam antibiotic (i.e. oxacillin) has also been generated.

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Pradip PATEL, (Technological Innovation Work Group Manager)
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Subjects

Biotechnology - Food
Record Number: 24789 / Last updated on: 2003-01-17
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