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February 24, 2022 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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Book Description

Biosensors in Food Safety and Quality: Fundamentals and Applications have become indispensable in today’s world due to the requirement of food safety and security for human health and nutrition point of view. This book covers various types of sensors and biosensors that can be used for food safety and food quality monitoring but not limited to conventional sensors including temperature sensors, optical sensors, electrochemical sensors, calorimetric and pH sensors. It is framed in such a way where readers can experience the novel fabrication procedures of some advanced sensors including lab-on-a-chip biosensors, IOT based sensors, microcontroller-based sensors, and so on particularly for fruits and vegetables, fermented products, plantation products, dairy based product, heavy metal analysis in water, meat, fish etc. Its simplistic presentation and pedagogical writing style may provide the necessary thrust and adequate information to beginners, scientists, and researchers.

The book offers comprehensive coverage of the most essential topics, including:

· Fundamentals of biosensors

· Overview of food safety and quality analysis

· Major toxicants of food and water

· Fabrication technique of biosensors applicable for different sections food industries

This book serves as a reference book for scientific investigators, who works on assurance of food safety and security using biosensing principle, as well as researchers developing biosensors for food analysis. It may also be used as a textbook for a graduate level course in bioelectronics.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

P. Mishra

Introduction

Chapter 2

Amit Baran Das

Calorimetric biosensors: core principles, techniques, fabrication and Application

Chapter 3

P P Sahu

Optical biosensors: principles, techniques, sensor design and their application in food analysis

Chapter 4

P. Mishra

Piezoelectric biosensors: Principle, techniques, and their application in food analysis

Chapter 5

S Maity

Electrochemical sensors: Core principal, new fabrication trends and their applications

Chapter 6

Yashi Srivastava

Colorimetric Biosensors: Principal, Fabrication and Application in Food Analysis

Chapter 7

M. Bhattacharya

Nanobiosensors: Principles, techniques and innovation in nanobiosensors

Chapter 8

P. Mishra

Biosensors involved in fruit and vegetable processing industries

Chapter 9

Falguni Patra

Biosensors involved in dairy industries

Chapter 10

P. P. Sahu

Bio/Chemical Sensors and Microsensors involved in Meat Industry

Chapter 11

Yashi Srivastava

Toxicants/pesticide residue/adulteration detection in some valuable plantation products

Chapter 12

Raj Kumar Duary

Biosensors involved in fermented product

Chapter 13

P. Mishra

Detection of heavy metals in water using biosensor

Chapter 14

Devinder Kaur

Application of Biosensors in Food safety

 Chapter 15

Poonam Mishra

Feasibility of biosensors

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Biography

P. Mishra received her M. Tech. degree HBTI Kanpur and Ph.D. in Food Engineering from Tezpur University, India. In 2004, Dr Mishra joined Center of Food Technology, University of Allahabad as a Lecturer, where she has been engaged in teaching, and R&D works related to Food Engineering and Technology. Dr Mishra also actively involved in establishment of Food Quality Control Laboratory at Center of Food Technology. In 2009, she joined Tezpur University as Assistant Professor and presently she is working as an Associate Professor in Department of Food Engineering and Technology, Tezpur Central University, India. Her field of Interest includes fabrication of functional nano-materials, functional food, food analysis and biosensors. She handled number of external funded projects successfully. She has published more than 35 research papers in peer reviewed National/ International Journals, several papers in National/International conferences, book chapters and popular articles. She has three patents to her name. She has received several National and International award. She is a life member of Association of Food Scientists & Technologists (India), and Nutrition Society of India.

P. P. Sahu received his M.Tech. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and his Ph.D. degree in engineering from Jadavpur University, India. In 1991, he joined Haryana State Electronics Development Corporation Limited, where he has been engaged in R&D works related to optical fiber components and telecommunication instruments. In 1996, he joined Northeastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology as a faculty member. At present, he is working as a professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Tezpur Central University, India. His field of interest is integrated optic and electronic circuits, food sensors, wireless and optical communication, clinical instrumentation, green energy, etc. He has received an INSA teacher award (instituted by the highest academic body Indian National Science Academy) for high level of teaching and research He has published more than 100 papers in peerreviewed international journals, 70 papers in international conference and has written two books published by Springer-nature , two books by CRC press and two books by McGraw Hill, India. Dr Sahu is a distinguished Fellow of the Optical Society of India, Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education and Senior Member of the IEEE.