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Title:Biosensors for Detecting Foodborne Toxins
Producer:University of Wisconsin-Madison
Description:Presents an introduction to biosensors, the need for biosensors,ideal characteristics that a biosensor should have, and how biosensors can help detect foodborne pathogens and toxins.
Topic:Pathogens and Contaminants
Traceability
Foodborne Illness
Audience:Train-the-Trainer
Health Inspectors
Format/Pub. Year:Presentation (2010)
Contact Information:
 University of Wisconsin-Madison
1550 Linden Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
Telephone:608-263-7777
Fax:608-263-1114
Email:czuprync@svm.vetmed.wisc.edu
Cost:Free
Avail. Online:http://fri.wisc.edu/docs/pdf/Gunasekaran_FRI_5_2010.pdf

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