(Electro)sensing of phenicol antibiotics : a review
Faculty of Sciences. Biology
Faculty of Sciences. Chemistry
Philadelphia :Taylor & francis inc
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition. - Cleveland, Ohio
, p. 2416-2429
University of Antwerp
The presence of residues from frequent antibiotic use in animal feed can cause serious health risks by contaminating products for human consumption such as meat and milk. The present article gives an overview of the electrochemical methods developed for the detection of phenicol antibiotic residues (chloramphenicol, thiamphenicol, and florfenicol) in different kinds of foodstuffs. Electrochemical sensors based on different biomolecules and nanomaterials are described. The detection limit of various developed methods with their advantages and disadvantage will be highlighted.