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Roberta Brayner, Alain Couté, Jacques Livage, Catherine Perrette and Clémence Sicard (2011)

Micro-algal biosensors

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 401(2):581-597.

Fighting against water pollution requires the ability to detect pollutants for example herbicides or heavy metals. Micro-algae that live in marine and fresh water offer a versatile solution for the construction of novel biosensors. These photosynthetic microorganisms are very sensitive to changes in their environment, enabling the detection of traces of pollutants. Three groups of micro-algae are described in this paper: chlorophyta, cyanobacteria, and diatoms.

Biosensing Techniques, Chlorophyta, Cyanobacteria, Diatoms, Water Pollutants, Chemical
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