Whole-cell bioreporters and risk assessment of environmental pollution: A proof-of-concept study using lead.

@article{Zhang2017WholecellBA,
  title={Whole-cell bioreporters and risk assessment of environmental pollution: A proof-of-concept study using lead.},
  author={Xiaokai Zhang and Boqiang Qin and Jianming Deng and Mona Wells},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2017},
  volume={229},
  pages={
          902-910
        }
}
As the world burden of environmental contamination increases, it is of the utmost importance to develop streamlined approaches to environmental risk assessment in order to prioritize mitigation measures. Whole-cell biosensors or bioreporters and speciation modeling have both become of increasing interest to determine the bioavailability of pollutants, as bioavailability is increasingly in use as an indicator of risk. Herein, we examine whether bioreporter results are able to reflect… CONTINUE READING

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