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Biosensing techniques for detecting abnormal and contaminated milk



Biosensing techniques for detecting abnormal and contaminated milk



Robotic milking: Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Lelystad, The Netherlands, 17-19 August, 2000: 108-113



A sensor to identify milk from animals with mastitis and to allow robotic milking to meet European Directives is described. It is based on the detection of elevated levels of N-acetyl- beta -glucosaminidase (NAGase), released into milk as a result of tissue damage when the cow is resisting a clinical intramammary infection. The sensor is an adaptation of a screen-printed carbon electrode and utilizes the ability of NAGase to convert 1-naphthyl N-acetyl- beta -D-glucosaminidine to 1-naphthol.

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