Toxicity assessment using different bioassays and microbial biosensors.

@article{Hassan2016ToxicityAU,
  title={Toxicity assessment using different bioassays and microbial biosensors.},
  author={Sedky H. A. Hassan and Steven W Van Ginkel and Mohamed Mahmoud A. Hussein and Romany Abskharon and S. Oh},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2016},
  volume={92-93},
  pages={
          106-18
        }
}
Toxicity assessment of water streams, wastewater, and contaminated sediments, is a very important part of environmental pollution monitoring. Evaluation of biological effects using a rapid, sensitive and cost effective method can indicate specific information on ecotoxicity assessment. Recently, different biological assays for toxicity assessment based on higher and lower organisms such as fish, invertebrates, plants and algal cells, and microbial bioassays have been used. This review focuses… CONTINUE READING
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