Biosensors in Environmental and Bioprocess Monitoring and Control

Amarjeet S. Bassi*, Diqing Tang, Esther Lee, J. X. Zhu, M. A. Bergougnou

Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, N6G 5A9

Article history:

Received March 11, 1996 
Accepted May 17, 1996

Key words:

biosensors, flow injection analysis, bioprocess monitoring, environmental applications of biosensors

Many types of biosensors have now been developed and are being applied for various analyses, such as clinical, medical, environmental monitoring, industrial process control and many other fields. Advances in micro-sensor technology and genetic engineering are fuelling new developments in this field. Due to their potential in real time analysis and rapid monitoring, biosensors are particularly suited for the above mentioned applications. This review describes the recent developments and fundamental principles of biosensors for process and environmental control.

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