|Biosensors Journal is one of the publications of OMICS group with most cited articles on biosensors in water monitoring. The journal presents a comprehensive review of established, cutting edge and future trends in biomedical sensors and their applications.
The protection of water resources and the secure delivery of clean water to consumers are important tasks for humans in the future. A novel whole cell biosensor was constructed by some researchers for the detection of anionic surfactants in aquatic environments. The analysis was rapid, convenient and did not require organic reagents. The application of biosensors in water monitoring when investigated found to be effective compared to other techniques.
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