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Immunosensors Based on Interdigitated Electrodes for the Detection and Quantification of Pesticides in Food

By E. Valera and A Rodríguez

Submitted: April 6th 2011Reviewed: August 26th 2011Published: December 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/32028

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E. Valera and A Rodríguez (December 22nd 2011). Immunosensors Based on Interdigitated Electrodes for the Detection and Quantification of Pesticides in Food, Herbicides - Mechanisms and Mode of Action, Mohammed Naguib Abd El-Ghany Hasaneen, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/32028. Available from:

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