Conffidence

CONtaminants in Food and Feed: Inexpensive DEtectioN for Control of Exposure (Conffidence)


The CONffIDENCE project's aims were to further improve food safety in Europe through the development of faster and more cost-efficient methods for the detection of a wide range of chemical contaminants in different food and feed commodities. These methods will not only save precious time in ever faster production cycles, but will also permit more food/ feed samples to be monitored due to the lower cost per test. In combination with the broadened spectrum of detectable residues and contaminants the CONffIDENCE project will significantly increase food safety in Europe.


Participating Investigators


Funding

EC, VII. Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology. Proposal No. 211326 Collaborative Project
KBBE2007-211326

Partners
  • RIKILT
  • FERA
  • Queen's University Belfast
  • Nestlé
  • CER
  • Unisensor
  • CNR-ISPA
  • USC
  • Nutreco
  • Tampere University of Technology
  • ICT
  • CVUA
  • CRA-W
Selected Publications
  • Muriano, A.; Chabottaux, V.; Diserens, J. M.; Granier, B.; Sanchez Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Rapid immunochemical analysis of the sulfonamide-sugar conjugated fraction of antibiotic contaminated honey samples. Food Chemistry 2015, 178, 156-163. URL
  • Valera, E.; García-Febrero, R.; Pividori, I.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Coulombimetric immunosensor for paraquat based on electrochemical nanoprobes. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2014, 194 (0), 353-360. URL
  • Garcia-Febrero, R.; Salvador, J. P.; Sanchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Rapid method based on immunoassay for determination of paraquat residues in wheat, barley and potato. Food Control 2014, 41 (0), 193-201. URL
  • Valera, E.; Babington, R.; Broto, M.; Petanas, S.; Galve, R.; Marco, M.-P., Chapter 7 - Application of Bioassays/Biosensors for the Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in Environmental Samples. In Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Mira Petrovic, D. B.; Sandra, P., Eds. Elsevier: 2013; Vol. Volume 62, pp 195-229. URL
  • Muriano, A.; Pinacho, D. G.; Chabottaux, V.; Diserens, J. M.; Granier, B.; Stead, S.; Sanchez Baeza, F.; Pividori, M. I.; Marco, M. P., A portable electrochemical magnetoimmunosensor for detection of sulfonamide antimicrobials in honey. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2013, 1-11. URL
  • Garcia-Febrero, R.; Valera, E.; Muriano, A.; Pividori, M. I.; Sanchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., An electrochemical magneto immunosensor (EMIS) for the determination of paraquat residues in potato samples. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2013, 1-9. URL
  • Conzuelo, F.; Campuzano, S.; Gamella, M.; Pinacho, D. G.; Reviejo, A. J.; Marco, M. P.; Pingarrón, J. M., Integrated disposable electrochemical immunosensors for the simultaneous determination of sulfonamide and tetracycline antibiotics residues in milk. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2013, 50 (0), 100-105. URL
  • Valera, E.; Muriano, A.; Pividori, I.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Development of a Coulombimetric immunosensor based on specific antibodies labeled with CdS nanoparticles for sulfonamide antibiotic residues analysis and its application to honey samples. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2013, 43 (0), 211-217. URL
  • Pinacho, D. G.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Molecular Modeling Assisted Hapten Design To Produce Broad Selectivity Antibodies for Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics. Analytical Chemistry 2012, 84 (10), 4527-4534. URL
  • Conzuelo, F.; Gamella, M.; Campuzano, S.; G. Pinacho, D.; Reviejo, A. J.; Marco, M. P.; Pingarrón, J. M., Disposable and integrated amperometric immunosensor for direct determination of sulfonamide antibiotics in milk. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2012, 36 (1), 81-88. URL
  • Sanvicens, N.; Mannelli, I.; Salvador, J. P.; Valera, E.; Marco, M. P., Biosensors for pharmaceuticals based on novel technology. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 2011, 30 (3), 541-553. URL
  • Adrian, J.; Pasche, S.; Pinacho, D. G.; Font, H.; Diserens, J.-M.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Granier, B.; Voirin, G.; Marco, M. P., Wavelength-interrogated optical biosensor for multi-analyte screening of sulfonamide, fluoroquinolone, [beta]-lactam and tetracycline antibiotics in milk. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 2009, 28 (6), 769-777. URL
  • Adrian, J.; Gratacós-Cubarsí, M.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Garcia Regueiro, J.-A.; Castellari, M.; Marco, M. P., Traceability of sulfonamide antibiotic treatment by immunochemical analysis of farm animal hair samples. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2009, 395 (4), 1009-1016. URL
  • Adrian, J.; Font, H. c.; Diserens, J.-M.; Sanchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., Generation of Broad Specificity Antibodies for Sulfonamide Antibiotics and Development of an Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) for the Analysis of Milk Samples. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2009, 57 (2), 385-394. URL
  • Ramón-Azcón, J.; Valera, E.; Rodríguez, Á.; Barranco, A.; Alfaro, B.; Sanchez-Baeza, F.; Marco, M. P., An impedimetric immunosensor based on interdigitated microelectrodes (ID[mu]E) for the determination of atrazine residues in food samples. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2008, 23 (9), 1367-1373. URL
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