SEA-on-a-CHIP

Real time monitoring of SEA contaminants by an autonomous Lab-on-a-CHIP biosensor (SEA-on-a-CHIP)


SEA-on-CHIP is an European Union financed project from the final call of the 7th Framework Programme for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries and Biotechnology. The aim of the call is to develop biosensors for monitoring contamination in marine waters. The focus of the project is on developing a miniaturised autonomous, remote and flexible immunosensor platform based on a fully integrated array of micro/nano-electrodes and a microfluidic system in a lab-on-a-chip configuration combined with electrochemical detection (impedimetric measurements) for real-time analysis of marine water in multi-stressor conditions.


Participating Investigators
M.-Pilar Marco
J.-Pablo Salvador


Funding
European Union's 7th Framework Programme (OCEAN-2013) Grant Agreement No. 614168
 



Partners
  • IDAEA
  • Institut de Ciència de MAterials de Barcelona (ICMAB)
  • Université de Claude Bernard Lyon
  • University of Barcelona
  • AEIFORIA
  • Plymouth Marine Laboratory
  • Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
  • ICRA
  • SKALOMA
  • CAPSENZE
  • Intrarom
Selected Publications
  • Pinacho, D.; Sánchez-Baeza, F.; Pividori, M.-I.; Marco, M.-P., Electrochemical Detection of Fluoroquinolone Antibiotics in Milk Using a Magneto Immunosensor. Sensors 2014, 14 (9), 15965-15980. URL


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