A glutathione/Cu~(2+)-dependent catalytic DNA for detection of Cu~(2+) in drinking water

【Author】

Yanhong Sun;Ping Yu;Shijin Wang;Dazhi Jiang;

【Abstract】

<正>Copper is an essential trace element that is vital to the health of humans.However,higher intake of copper can cause adverse health effects,including vomiting,diarrhea,stomach cramps,and nausea.It has also been associated with liver damage and kidney disease[1,2].Drinking water is one of the important ways that copper enters human bodies.Therefore,it is necessary to monitor copper in drinking water and discovery of a facile method to quantitatively detect copper ion is of considerable significance.

【Keywords】

drinking;glutathione;vomiting;diarrhea;nausea;stomach;facile;intake;monitor;quantitatively;

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