Bacterial whole-cell biosensors for the detection of contaminants in water and soils

Zhang, Dayi (2014) Bacterial whole-cell biosensors for the detection of contaminants in water and soils. In: Environmental microbiology. Methods in Molecular Biology . Humana Press, pp. 155-168. ISBN 9781627037112

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Abstract

Bacterial whole-cell biosensors (BWBs) have unique advantages over conventional environmental monitoring techniques on the detection of toxicity and bioavailability of contaminants in water and soils. BWBs can also be rapid, sensitive, semiquantitative, cost-effective, and easy to use. In this study, a standard method is described for the detection of contaminants and toxicity in real water and soil samples using Acinetobacter baylyi ADP1-based biosensors.

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18 Mar 2014 12:01
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