• Special Issue Topic

    New Generation Analytical Technologies in Food Analysis

    Submission Deadline: September 30, 2023

    Guest Editors

    Bengi Uslu E-Mail

    Ankara University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Ankara, Turkey

    Research Keywords: electrochemistry; biosensors; nanosensors; separation techniques; liquid chromatography; drug/pesticide analysis; analytical method validation; spectrophotometry; drug/ligand-protein interactions


    Cem Erkmen E-Mail

    Ankara University, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Ankara, Turkey

    Research Keywords: electrochemical analysis; sensors, high performance liquid chromatography; spectrophotometry; drug-protein interactions


    About the Special Issue

    Ensuring food safety worldwide is one of the priority issues. Fast, accurate and sensitive analytical methods are needed to protect human health at many stages of food production, including crop cultivation, animal rearing, food processing, packaging, transportation and storage. Traditional analytical methods are often complex, time-consuming and require sophisticated instruments and technicians, releasing environmentally hazardous wastes, limiting their extensive application for practical and on-site analysis. Therefore, the emerging new, rapid and reliable analytical methods are expected to meet the requirements of this complexity for the trace determination of different compounds in food matrix. The main aim of this issue will be to review innovative and current topics for sensitive and selective analysis of many different molecules or substances such as drugs, pesticides, proteins, enzymes, contaminants, residues, additives, heavy metal ions etc., in foods, natural and herbal products, depending on the advances analysis technology. This special issue will contribute to the field of analytical chemistry on food analysis since the recent developments about analysis technology are important and continuous. This special issue focuses on combining analytical methods such as spectroscopy, chromatography including novel sample preparation procedures and electrochemistry with advanced technologies. Moreover, this special issue aims to gather original research articles and reviews devoted to the application of advanced analytical methods for the monitoring of several compounds in foods.   

    The subtopics to be covered within this issue are listed below:

    · Synthesis and high-efficiency combinations of new-generation nanomaterials

    · Biotechnological instruments, and bioassay procedures

    · Design and development of new analysis methods

    · Computer aided analysis methods

    · Miniaturization and commercialization of analytical instruments

    · Detection technologies and applications based on biomolecules

    · Laboratory automations, robotics, microfluidics and signal sensing technologies

    · Alternative analytical methods for determination and detection

    Keywords: analysis; chromatography; electrochemistry; foods; sensors; spectroscopy; validation

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