alexa Optical Biosensor for Monitoring Pb (II) Ions in Milk

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Optical Biosensor for Monitoring Pb (II) Ions in Milk

Lead (Pb II) has gained the attention of all the health authorities and concerned departments due to its increasing contamination level and worldwide occurrence. The permissible limit of lead has been reduced to 10 μgl-1 in drinking water and 20 μgl-1 in milk. Recent reports have shown an overall increase of lead levels in milk, as a consequence, monitoring of lead becomes essential. Swarup revealed that the lactating cows with a blood lead level (BLL) above 200 μgl-1 have significantly higher milk lead excretion than those below that level.



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