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Biosensors for the Environmental Monitoring of Aquatic by Damià Barceló (ed.), Peter-Diedrich Hansen (ed.)

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However, most applications have focussed on whole biological effects. Ecotoxicological assessment using whole-cell biosensors is reviewed in depth in the chapter by J. Adrián et al. (this volume). Most reported transduction elements in bacterial biosensors are electrochemical and optical. One of the most relevant applications has been the determination of the biochemical oxygen demand [116]. Most BOD sensors rely on the measurement of the bacterial respiration rate in close proximity to a transducer, commonly the Clark type (an amperometric sensor developed by Clark in 1956 for measuring dissolved oxygen [117]).

Biosens Bioelectron 14:785–794 8. Fan Z, Ho JC, Jacobson ZA, Yerushalmi R, Alley RL, Razavi H, Javey A (2008) Wafer-scale assembly of highly ordered semiconductor nanowire arrays by contact printing. Nano Lett 8:20–25 9. Ho JC, Yerushalmi R, Jacobson ZA, Fan Z, Alley RL, Javey A (2008) Controlled nanoscale doping of semiconductors via molecular monolayers. Nat Mater 7:62–67 10. Tschmelak J, Proll G, Riedt J, Kaiser J, Kraemmer P, rzaga L, Wilkinson JS, Hua P, Patrick Hole J, Nudd R, Jackson M, Abuknesha R, Barcelo D, Rodriguez-Mozaz S, Lopez De Alda MJ, Sacher F, Stien J, Slobodnick J, Oswald P, Kozmenko H, Korenkova E, Tothova L, Krascsenits Z, Gauglitz G (2005c) Biosensors for unattended, cost-effective and continuous monitoring of environmental pollution: automated water analyser computer supported system (AWACSS) and river analyser (RIANA).

Tschmelak J, Proll G, Riedt J, Kaiser J, Kraemmer P, rzaga L, Wilkinson JS, Hua P, Hole JP, Nudd R, Jackson M, Abuknesha R, Barcelo D, Rodriguez-Mozaz S, Alda MJLD, Sacher F, Stien J, Slobodnik J, Oswald P, Kozmenko H, Korenkova? thova? L, Krascsenits Z, Gauglitz G (2005b) Automated Water Analyser Computer Supported System (AWACSS) Part I: Project objectives, basic technology, immunoassay development, software design and networking. Biosens Bioelectron 20:1499–1508 16. Tschmelak J, Proll G, Riedt J, Kaiser J, Kraemmer P, rzaga L, Wilkinson JS, Hua P, Hole JP, Nudd R, Jackson M, Abuknesha R, Barcelo D, Rodriguez-Mozaz S, Lopez De Alda MJ, Sacher F, Stien J, Slobodnik J, Oswald P, Kozmenko H, Korenkova E, Tothova L, Krascsenits Z, Gauglitz G (2005a) Automated Water Analyser Computer Supported System (AWACSS) Part II: Intelligent, remote-controlled, cost-effective, on-line, water-monitoring measurement system.

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