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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Queirós RB, Noronha JP, Sales MGF, Aguilar GG
Article Title: Sensors for the Detection and Quantification of Bacterial Contamination in Water for Human Use.
Publication date: 2010
Journal: Advanced Engineering Materials
Volume: 12
Issue: (5)
Page numbers: B175-B178.
DOI: 10.1002/adem.200980029

Abstract: The deterioration of water quality by Cyanobacteria cause outbreaks and epidemics associated with harmful diseases in Humans and animals because of the toxins that they release. Microcystin-LR is one of the hepatotoxins most widely studied and the World Health Organization, recommend a maximum value of 1μgL-1 in drinking water. Highly specific recognition molecules, such as molecular imprinted polymers are developed to quantify microcystins in waters for human use and shown to be of great potential in the analysis of these kinds of samples. The obtained results were auspicious, the detection limit found, 1.5μgL-1, being of the same order of magnitude as the guideline limit recommended by the WHO. This technology is very promising because the sensors are stable and specific, and the technology is inexpensive and allows for rapid on-site monitoring
Template and target information: Microcystin-LR, MCYST


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