Multidisciplinary collaboration for environmental protection using biosensors: detection of organophosphate insecticides in aqueous medium

@inproceedings{Badea2006MultidisciplinaryCF,
  title={Multidisciplinary collaboration for environmental protection using biosensors: detection of organophosphate insecticides in aqueous medium},
  author={Mihaela Badea and Mihai Romanca and Camelia L. Draghici and Jean-Louis Marty and C. C. Marques and D. R. Mendes and Ozelito Possid{\^o}nio de Amarante and Gilvanda Silva Nunes},
  year={2006}
}
Biosensors are one of the recent scientific domains with large applicability in environmental biomonitoring, medicine, and food analysis. Electrochemical biosensors are measuring systems based on the combination of both biochemical and electronic elements in one unit. This short report presents contributions from Romania, Europe and South America to detect organophosphorus (OP) pesticides in water employing sensitive and specific enzymatic sensors based in mutant acetylcholinesterase enzymes… CONTINUE READING

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