Natural Science > Chemistry > TS-2014-9

Research Title Binding Studies and Characterization of Tetracycline-Imprinted Polymer Sensing Layer for a Chemical Sensor Based on Piezoelectric Quartz Crystal
Research Personnel Leader:
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Dr. Benilda S. Ebarvia

Research Duration Start:
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11 November 2012
11 November 2014
Research Location DOST-ITDI
Research Description The project will entail the development of a chemical sensor for tetracycline based on the integration of a piezoelectric quartz crystal transducer and a selective polymer sensing layer prepared using molecular imprinting technology. The proposed chemical sensor could provide a relatively less expensive, very sensitive and higly selective sensor for determining residual tetracycline in foods and related food prosucts.
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Research Beneficiary(ies) Government regulatory agencies, exporters and importers of foods and related products of animal origin, and animal feeds, pharmaceutical companies, standard and testing division of ITDI and researchers
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DOST-ITDI


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2014
₱384,000.00
Code TS-2014-9
KRA Code Rapid and Sustained Economic Growth
Priority Thrust DOST
R&D


Sector Natural Sciences
Actual Sector Chemistry
Related sectors Chemical Industry, Manufacturing, Food technology
Entry revision: January 2021