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Academic Journal of Environmental Biology, 2021, 2(4); doi: 10.38007/AJEB.2021.020404.

Visualization of Salmonella Based on Nanobiosensing Technology


Ahthasham Khan

Corresponding Author:
Ahthasham Khan

University of Sulaimani, Iraq


The establishment of an efficient, rapid and specific method for the detection of foodborne salmonella plays a crucial role in ensuring food safety and citizen health. The purpose of this paper is to study salmonella visualization based on nanobiosensing technology. In this study, a new salmonella biosensing detection method is proposed by combining the previously constructed solid-phase enrichment method based on swab fiber material and nano-fluorescent bioprobe detection technology. The targeted bacteria can be efficiently localized and amplified on the solid-phase carrier fiber, and at the same time, the purpose of in situ isolation of the targeted bacteria can be realized by fluorescence visualization. Through verification, a visual immunosensing detection technology for salmonella based on the improved solid-phase carrier culture method and water-soluble quantum dot bioprobes was successfully established. Due to its high specificity, high efficiency and high sensitivity, this technology is very suitable for large-sample salmonella screening work in disease control departments.


Nano Biotechnology, Sensing Technology, Salmonella Testing, Visualization Technology

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Ahthasham Khan. Visualization of Salmonella Based on Nanobiosensing Technology. Academic Journal of Environmental Biology (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 4: 28-35. https://doi.org/10.38007/AJEB.2021.020404.


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