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Many of the bacterial biosensors developed for analysis of heavy metals in environmental samples, make use of specific genes responsible for bacterial resistance to these elements, such as biological receptors. Biochemical oxygen demand biosensors are the most common commercial biosensors in environmental monitoring. The increasing levels of nitrate found in groundwater and surface water are of concern because they can harm the aquatic environment. A highly sensitive, fast and stable conductimetric enzymatic biosensor for the determination of nitrate in waters was developed.
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