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This paper discusses basic electrochemical immunoassay technology. Factors limiting the practical application of antibodies to analytical problems are also presented. It addresses the potential use of immunoassay methods based on electrochemical detection for the analysis of environmental...
Covalent immobilization of L-lactate oxidase (LOD) with L-lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) on a film tightly bound to an oxygen electrode, for rapid and sensitive L-lactate measurements, is described. Regeneration of L-lactate by substrate recycling provided an amplification of the sensor response,...
An immersible oxygen sensor was constructed by circulating small quantities of ruthenium tris-(2,2′-bipyridyl) II dichloride oxygen-sensitive fluorescent dye through a loop of oxygen-permeable silicone tubing immersed in test medium. The fluorescence intensity of the dye was subsequently...
The mathematical model of a glucose sensor based on the amperometric detection of hydrogen peroxide using immobilized glucose oxidase (GOD) has been described. In this sensor GOD is immobilized on Stöber glass beads that are attached to a platinum electrode. The influence of the bead radius ( r...
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