Immunoassay development for environmental analysis

Knopp, Dietmar
July 2006
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jul2006, Vol. 385 Issue 3, p425
Academic Journal
Discusses immunoassay developments and applications in the field of environmental analysis. Efforts to develop simpler, low-cost immunoassays suitable for on-site testing; Use of chemiluminescent substrates in the detection of enzyme labels; Approaches to the multianalyte capability of immunoassays; Outlook for the diversification of environmental immunoassays.


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