Semi-specific Microbacterium phyllosphaerae-based microbial sensor for biochemical oxygen demand measurements in dairy wastewater

@article{Kibena2012SemispecificMP,
  title={Semi-specific Microbacterium phyllosphaerae-based microbial sensor for biochemical oxygen demand measurements in dairy wastewater},
  author={Elo Kibena and Merlin Raud and Eerik J{\~o}gi and Timo Kikas},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={20},
  pages={2492-2498}
}
Although the long incubation time of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD7) measurements has been addressed by the use of microbial biosensors, the resulting sensor-BOD values gained from the measurements with specific industrial wastewaters still underestimates the BOD value of such samples. This research aims to provide fast and more accurate BOD measurements in the dairy wastewater samples. Unlike municipal wastewater, wastewater from the dairy industry contains many substrates that are not easily… 
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