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In the last few years Electronic Noses (ENs) have been revealed to be a very effective and fast tool for monitoring the microbiological spoilage and food quality control. European regulations report the maximum concentration of mycotoxins permitted in green coffee beans. The aim of this study was to test the ability of a novel EN, equipped with an array of MOX gas sensors based on thin films as well as nanowires, to early detect mold contaminations from Aspergillus spp., in cooperation withdoi:10.1109/icsenst.2013.6727696 dblp:conf/icsenst/SberveglieriCZP13 fatcat:7exesbulpjdl7eggbmjpukoma4