Biosensors for Inorganic and Organic Arsenicals
AbstractArsenic is a natural environmental contaminant to which humans are routinely exposed and is strongly associated with human health problems, including cancer, cardiovascular and neurological diseases. To date, a number of biosensors for the detection of arsenic involving the coupling of biological engineering and electrochemical techniques has been developed. The properties of whole-cell bacterial or cell-free biosensors are summarized in the present review with emphasis on their sensitivity and selectivity. Their limitations and future challenges are highlighted. View Full-Text
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Chen, J.; Rosen, B.P. Biosensors for Inorganic and Organic Arsenicals. Biosensors 2014, 4, 494-512.
Chen J, Rosen BP. Biosensors for Inorganic and Organic Arsenicals. Biosensors. 2014; 4(4):494-512.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Jian; Rosen, Barry P. 2014. "Biosensors for Inorganic and Organic Arsenicals." Biosensors 4, no. 4: 494-512.