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SN Applied Sciences
Portable electrochemical sensors for the detection of antibiotic (AB) contamination are gaining interest as point of care devices and as in-field analytical sensors. In that respect, the low cost and high sensitivity of the sensors is a major benefit. In this study, a low-cost indicator electrode was designed against neomycin (NEO), gatifloxacin (GAT) and sulfathiazole sodium (STNa) as examples of ABs with high probability of contaminating animal feed/water. Ionophore functionalized magneticdoi:10.1007/s42452-020-2270-x fatcat:2nuvgxlb5jcyrgyd6qwxzo3ypa