Heavy Metal Sensors

Sensors and Kits
Each disposable color-coded sensor is designed for a specific heavy metal test target. Kits provide sampling tubes, syringes and cuvettes. Sensors, supplies and fluorimeter are also sold separately.  ANDalyze’s proprietary Catalytic DNA sensors use a DNAzyme reaction mechanism that fluoresces in the presence of a target contaminant substance such as lead. The fluorescence of the reaction is measured to determine the toxicity of the target heavy metal and is reported in parts per billion (ppb).

To help differentiate the materials specific to each analyte, the packaging has been individually labeled and the sensor housings and buffer caps have been color coded.

Sensors:                                                                                                                   Sensor Accuracy:

Sensor Kits Include
(Equipment for (25) Tests and/or Calibrations):

  • (25) Sensor Bags with Sensor & Cuvette
  • (25) Sample Tubes (with buffer)
  • (25) 1 mL Syringes
  • (15) Disposable Transfer Pipettes
  • 3-8 mL Analyte Standard Solution
  • Instruction Manuals
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
 Sensor Detectable Range (Dilution Available)          Part               Number Accuracy
Lead 2-100ppb AND010 Greater of 15% or 2ppb
 Uranium 2-60ppb AND011 Greater of 15% or 2ppb
Copper 40-200ppb (Low) &
0.6-3ppm (High)
AND012 (Low) & AND013 (High) Greater of 30% or 20ppb (Low)/0.3ppm (High)
Mercury Pass/Fail at 2ppb
(up to 50ppb)
AND014 N/A
Zinc  1-15ppm AND015 Greater of 20% or 1ppm
Cadmium 0.1-1.0ppm AND016 Greater of 15% or 0.1ppm

Additional Sensors Coming Soon:

  • Chromium
  • Nickel
  • Selenium
  • Molybdenum
  • And many more as Market Demands…

Associated Patents:

1. Debapriya Mazumdar and David Kellner, “Sensor Housing and Reagent Chemistry” US Patent Number 8,815,156 B2, issued on August 26, 2014.

2. Yi Lu and Jing Li, “Nucleic Acid Enzyme Biosensors for Ions,” US Patent Number 6,706,474, issued on March 16, 2004, US Patent number 7,192,708, issued on March 20, 2007.

3. Yi Lu and Juewen Liu, “Fluorescence Based Biosensors,” US Patent Number 6,890,719, issued on May 10, 2005, US Patent Number 7,332,283, issued on February 19, 2008.

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