Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy determination of glyphosate using a molecularly imprinted chitosan

We report the development of an extremely sensitive electrochemical sensor for GLY detection in water

Fares Zouaoui; Saliha Bourouina-Bacha; Mustapha Bourouina; Imad Abroa-Nemeir; Hamdi Ben Halima; Juan Gallardo-Gonzalez; Nadia El Alami El Hassani; Albert Alcacer; Joan Bausells; Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault; Nadia Zine; Abdelhamid Errachid

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Fares Zouaoui was born in Bejaia on April 18, 1992
  • The toxicological and environmental damage caused by glyphosate has been well documented, limited efforts have been made to detect it in the environment
  • We report the development of an extremely sensitive electrochemical sensor for GLY detection in water
  • The success of the MIPs layer affinity to GLY was confirmed through detection of GLY with non-imprinted CS; a good imprinting factor of 14.5 was obtained
  • Bourouina Saliha at the Processing Engineering Department at the University of Bejaia. His PhD thesis project is on modelization, and optimisation of an environmental biosensor for the detection of pesticides
  • At IMB-Centro Nacional de Microelectronica he is currently working as a R&D engineer on the design, fabrication and characterization of ISFET devices and electronic systems for the detection and quantification of biomarkers related to human diseases
  • He worked in the development of chemical sensors based on ISFET and microelectrodes and on integrated instrumentation for ISFETs. His current research activity is focused on sensing devices for nanobiotechnology and he is currently Chief of the Micro/NanoBioTechnology at the Institute of Analytical Sciences, Lyon and University Professor of exceptional class at the University Lyon 1

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