The effect of natural sugar and sweeteners on normal and cancerous human fibroblasts
- Journal of Applied Biotechnology & Bioengineering
Kircher Eric,1 Lee Jeffrey,1 Wang He Choil,1 Tawil Bill1,2
This research aims at throwing light on applications of biological rapid assessment tools in the monitoring of environmental quality in Runde River catchment with intensive commercial sugarcane production. Burdened with drudgery in wet laboratory techniques,, biological sensors (biosensors) and sensors can integrate catchment data from rapid assessment techniques to networks or Internet of Things (IoT). This research examines the techniques presented by biosensors and sensors and provides the checkboxes for sustained catchment monitoring. With available recent evidence from surveys it turns out the Runde River may not be polluted but this may reflect the time the survey was undertaken and suggestions made for routine checks.
HFF-1, human foreskin fibroblasts, stevioside, sucralose, sucrose, non- nutritive sweeteners