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Convenient and rapid detection of pesticides in extracts of sheep wool


Convenient and rapid detection of pesticides in extracts of sheep wool



Biosensors and Bioelectronics 17(9): 815-819



ISSN/ISBN: 0956-5663

PMID: 12191930

DOI: 10.1016/s0956-5663(02)00074-x

A relatively simple, rapid extraction technique based on acetonitrile was combined with the use of screen-printed electrodes bearing cholinesterases to detect organophosphate pesticides from an otherwise intractable matrix, sheep wool. It proved possible to separate, for convenience, the exposure of the electrodes from measurement of their (inhibited) activity. The electrodes were used once and then discarded.

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