A DNA-based biosensor for aqueous Mercury(II)

Kunfu Pi, Juewen Liu & Philippe Van Cappellen
This project focuses on the evaluation of a DNA-based biosensor for aqueous mercury(II) under variable pH, temperature and competing ligand compositions. In particular, this study shows that the DNA-functionalized hydrogel sensor could be a better choice than the simple DNA solution for measuring mercury(II) concentrations in complex solutions and in natural waters. The data in this research were collected in the Ecohydrology Research Group laboratories at the University of Waterloo. Funding for this work was...
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