Recent Progress in Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring: A Review
AbstractThe environmental monitoring has been one of the priorities at the European and global scale due to the close relationship between the environmental pollution and the human health/socioeconomic development. In this field, the biosensors have been widely employed as cost-effective, fast, in situ, and real-time analytical techniques. The need of portable, rapid, and smart biosensing devices explains the recent development of biosensors with new transduction materials, obtained from nanotechnology, and for multiplexed pollutant detection, involving multidisciplinary experts. This review article provides an update on recent progress in biosensors for the monitoring of air, water, and soil pollutants in real conditions such as pesticides, potentially toxic elements, and small organic molecules including toxins and endocrine disrupting chemicals. View Full-Text
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Justino, C.I.L.; Duarte, A.C.; Rocha-Santos, T.A.P. Recent Progress in Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring: A Review. Sensors 2017, 17, 2918.
Justino CIL, Duarte AC, Rocha-Santos TAP. Recent Progress in Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring: A Review. Sensors. 2017; 17(12):2918.Chicago/Turabian Style
Justino, Celine I.L.; Duarte, Armando C.; Rocha-Santos, Teresa A.P. 2017. "Recent Progress in Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring: A Review." Sensors 17, no. 12: 2918.
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