P1.1.24 Efficiency of immune biosensor based on total internal reflection ellipsometry at the determination of Salmonella

Nickolaj F. Starodub & Julia O. Ogorodnijchuk
It was investigated the efficiency of the immune biosensor based on the total internal reflection ellipsometry (TIRE) comparing with surface plasmon resonance (SPR) based biosensors for determination of such bacteria as Salmonella in model solutions. It has been defined that in case with Spreeta sensitivity was on the level 10^3 - 10^7 cells/ml. Another biosensor based on the SPR has shown the sensitivity within 10^1 - 10^6 cells/ml. The maximal level of sensitivity was obtained...