Comparison of the detection of 4-chloroaniline (4CA) in soil and wastewater (WW) samples using the bioreporter and HPLC analyses
Accordingly, the 4CA levels in the test samples estimated by the
bioreporter analysis are reported as 4CA-equivalent concentrations
and were then compared to those obtained by the HPLC analysis of
the same samples (Table 2). .
This efficient ability of the bioreporter was also confirmed with
the 4CA-spiked wastewater, where a similar result was obtained with
both analyses (Table 2).
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