Diagnostic Biosensor Polymers by Arthur M. Usmani, Naim Akmal

By Arthur M. Usmani, Naim Akmal

content material: Diagnostic polymers and coatings : chemistry, expertise, and functions / Arthur M. Usmani --
Fiber-optic sensors in accordance with degradable polymers / Venetka Agayn and David R. Walt --
Enhancement of the soundness of stressed out quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase electrode / Ling Ye, Ioanis Katakis, Wolfgang Schuhmann, Hanns-Ludwig Schmidt, Johannis A. Duine, and Adam Heller --
Amperometric glucose-sensing electrodes with using transformed enzymes / F. Mizutani, S. Yabuki, and T. Katsura --
Electron-transport premiums in an enzyme electrode for glucose / Nigel A. Surridge, Eric R. Diebold, Julie Chang, and Gerold W. Neudeck --
Sandwich-type amperometric enzyme electrodes for choice of glucose / S. Mutlu, M. Mutlu, P. Vadgama, and E. Pişkin --
Reproducible electrodeposition method for immobilizing glucose oxidase and a differentially permeable outer-membrane fabric to be used on a miniature implantable glucose sensor / K.W. Johnson, D.J. Allen, J.J. Mastrototaro, R.J. Morff, and R.S. Nevin --
Thin-layer flow-through enzyme immunosensor in line with polycaprolactam internet / Lizhi Yin, Keli Xing, Hong Du, Hui Miao, Xi Wang, and Yuanming Li --
engaging in polymers and their software in amperometric biosensors / Wolfgang Schuhmann --
Poly(ether amine quinone)s as electron-transfer relay platforms in amperometric glucose sensors / Hsing Lin Lan, T. Kaku, Hiroko I. Karan, and Yoshiyuki Okamoto --
Flow-injection research of a few anionic species : automatic, miniaturized, twin operating electrode potentiostat utilizing a poly(3-methylthiophene)-modified electrode / Elmo A. Blubaugh, George Russell, Merril Racke, Dwight Blubaugh, T.H. Ridgway, and H.B. Mark, Jr. --
Characterization of balance of converted poly(vinyl chloride) membranes for microfabricated ion-selective electrode arrays in biomedical purposes / Ernö Lindner, Vasile V. Cosofret, Tal M. Nahir, and Richard P. greenback --
Biosensors in accordance with ultrathin movie composite membranes / Charles R. Martin, Barbara Ballarin, Charles Brumlik, and Del R. Lawson --
Viologen spinoff containing polysiloxane as an electron-transfer mediator in amperometric glucose sensors / Hiroko I. Karan, Hsing Lin Lan, and Yoshiyuki Okamoto --
Hydrogen peroxide electrodes in accordance with electric connection of redox facilities of assorted peroxidases to electrodes via a third-dimensional electron-relaying polymer community / Mark S. Vreeke and Adam Heller --
New biocompatible polymer : program for implantable glucose sensor / Kazuhiko Ishihara, Nobuo Nakabayashi, Kenro Nishida, Michiharu Sakakida, and Motoaki Shichiri --
Biocompatibility of perfluorosulfonic acid polymer membranes for biosensor functions / R.F.B. Turner and C.S. Sherwood --
Nondegradable and biodegradable polymeric debris : guidance and a few chosen biomedical purposes / E. Pişkin, A. Tuncel, A. Denizli, E.B. Denkbaş, H. Ayhan, H. Çiçek, and K.T. Xu --
Semisynthetic macromolecular conjugates for biomimetic sensors / Mizuo Maeda, Koji Nakano, and Makoto Takagi --
Enzyme immobilization on polymerizable phospholipid assemblies / Alok Singh, Michael A. Markowitz, Li-I Tsao, and Jeffrey Deschamps --
managed unencumber from liposomes of long-chain polymerizable diacetylenic phosphocholine and a short-chain saturated phospholipid / Michael A. Markowitz, Eddie L. Chang, and Alok Singh --
Immobilization of glucose oxidase on polyethylene movie utilizing a plasma-induced graft copolymerization approach / Chee-Chan Wang and Ging-Ho Hsiue --
Spatially managed on-wafer and on-chip enzyme immobilization utilizing photochemical and electrochemical ideas / David J. Strike, Albert van den Berg, Nico F. de Rooij, and Milena Koudelka-Hep --
electric conversation among glucose oxidase and electrodes in accordance with poly(vinylimidazole) complicated of bis(2,2'-bipyridine)-N, N'-dichloroosmium / Ravi Rajagopalan, Timothy J. Ohara, and Adam Heller.

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I 1 410 . i 1 430 . 1 1 450 . i 1 1 470. WAVELENGTH (nm) Figure 7B. Excitation spectra of HPTS sensor with fiber tip clear from polymer/dye layer. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994. ch002 AGAYN & WALT Figure 9. Response of pH sensor based on microspheres. The polymer was P L G A and the dye was fluorescein. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994. DIAGNOSTIC BIOSENSOR POLYMERS — τ 1 1 1 ν excitation 4 0 5 nm • excitation 4 5 0 nm 1 5 0 0 0 0 r- 1 — e # ?

A water-insoluble, lipid-modified GOD could be immobilized on the GC electrode surface far more tightly than the native enzyme. These modifiers produced high performance characteristics for GOD-based electrodes. We have prepared and tested other modified enzymes. These include a cholinesensing CP electrode based on a PEG-modified choline oxidase, which exhibits a wide dynamic range (75), and a G C electrode, using a lipid-modified lactate oxidase (16), which shows a fast response to L-lactate. ; Saha, A.

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