A disposable acetylcholinesterase-based electrode biosensor to detect anatoxin-a(s) in water.

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Anatoxin-a(s) is a hazardous toxin released by cyanobacteria during bacterial blooms. A simple and fast method to detect this hazardous compound using a biosensor based on the electrochemical detection of the activity of acetylcholinesterase was developed. Among several acetylcholinesterases, electric eel enzyme was found to be the most sensitive to… (More)

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@article{Villatte2002ADA, title={A disposable acetylcholinesterase-based electrode biosensor to detect anatoxin-a(s) in water.}, author={François Villatte and Harald Schulze and R. D. Schmid and Talis Bachmann}, journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry}, year={2002}, volume={372 2}, pages={322-6} }