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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part I (2016)

Currents application of biosensor in environmental pollutions

Author(s)
RK Prajapati
Abstract
In modern times, the need for a pollution-free environment and the effects of pollution on health has received the most attention from science and technology. As the world witness evolutionary transformation, the environmental safety is one of the major concerns of scientists today, as the world's health is greatly influenced by the changes in ecology. The release of toxic pollutants, such as chemical toxins and pathogens, from man-made activities and industries urgently required careful monitoring and appropriate control. Therefore, the detection and diagnosis of environmental contaminants and health hazards requires efficient scientific and technological tools. The biosensor is the most attractive analytical tool for better monitoring of contaminants in the environment. Biosensor technologies, especially MIP-based biosensors, offer better possibilities in meeting diagnostic parameters. The structural and functional principles of biosensors are based on a combination of nanotechnology and analytical medicinal chemistry. This chapter describes the use of biosensors to detect contaminants in biosensor-based environments.
Pages: 609-612  |  43 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
RK Prajapati. Currents application of biosensor in environmental pollutions. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):609-612.
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