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Imidacloprid is a common neonicotinoid insecticide applied in agricultural fields worlwide. Imidacloprid residues can be detected in water resources as it can accumulate in the surface and ground water after insecticide applications through many years. Because of this, a fast and efficient method, enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay (ELISA), is used to determine the imidacloprid levels in water sample collected from Tokat city water system and compared with a commercially avaliable bottled waterdoi:10.25092/baunfbed.637064 fatcat:bqr73ds42zgzdcmxowqenaule4