Fill test tube array, using blanks, standards containing known concentrations, and water samples. Add antibody solution specific to the pesticide and (in some kits) magnetic particles to each tube. Mix well, then allow time for the antibodies to bind with with pesticide molecules in the standards and samples.
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Can modern testing methods detect pesticides in soil?
Although modern testing methods can be used to detect small amounts of pesticides in air, soil, water and/or biological samples, often the implications of the results to human health or the environment is not easy to determine.
Why do pesticides get into groundwater?
This proves that the occurrence of pesticides in surface waters is prevalent because of the direct and rapid overland mobilization of pesticides via surface runoff. Groundwater that is less vulnerable to pesticide contamination can be explained by the slow water infiltration rate through the soil into the aquifer.
What is contamination of pesticides in water?
Contamination of pesticides in water is caused by the persistent chemicals of pesticides released from agricultural activities, urban use and pesticide production factories. Farmers is the key users of pesticide that apply an enormous amount of pesticide to protect and increase crop yields.
What is the PMID for pesticides in drinking water?
PMID: 33430077 Pesticides in Drinking Water鈥擜 Review Muhammad Syafrudin,1Risky Ayu Kristanti,2Adhi Yuniarto,3Tony Hadibarata,4,*Jongtae Rhee,1Wedad A. Al-onazi,5Tahani Saad Algarni,5Abdulhadi H. Almarri,6and Amal M. Al-Mohaimeed5 Muhammad Syafrudin