- Development of flow cytometry-based algal bioassays for assessing toxicity of copper in natural watersN M Franklin
Centre for Advanced Analytical Chemistry, CSIRO Energy Technology, PMB 7, Bangor, New South Wales 2234, Australia
Environ Toxicol Chem 20:160-70. 2001..These results demonstrate that flow cytometry is a useful technique for toxicity testing with microalgae and provide additional information regarding the general mode of action of copper (II) to algal species...
- Development of an improved rapid enzyme inhibition bioassay with marine and freshwater microalgae using flow cytometryN M Franklin
Centre for Advanced Analytical Chemistry, CSIRO Energy Technology, Bangor, New South Wales, Australia
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 40:469-80. 2001..These short-term bioassays that detect sublethal endpoints may provide a more rapid and cost-effective way of monitoring contaminant impacts in natural waters...