The Optical Biosensor was used to Determine Antibiotic Mics against H. pylori.
Author(s): lIsraa ML*, Saqari and Layla MH Al-Ameri
Active Helicobacter pylori infection always causes active chronic gastritis. In most people, this can be clinically overlooked throughout life, but in a significant minority, gastro duodenal disease, gastric cancer, and Mucosa Associated Lymphoma Tissue (MALT) Antibiotic resistance will emerge as a potential threat over the next few decades. This is a global phenomenon in which globalization acts as a catalyst. The most common technique currently used to detect antibiotics is biosensors. Optical biosensors based on multi-mode no core fibre are an interesting option for the detection of H. pylori by many analysts because they offer several advantages, such as high sensitivity, direct and real time measurements. The Biosensor which depends on the inline Mach-Zehnder interferometer is a breakthrough in the identification on of H. pylori by measuring the bacteria in the BHI broth turbidity stabilizer and comparing the results with the traditional biochemical tests. This review will introduce some of the developments in the field of optical biosensors, focusing on applications with innovations to address the challenges associated with H. pylori bacteria detection.