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1991, 37, 854. ; Horiuti, Y. J. , 1977, 82, 1741. Biol. , 1965, 240, 2209. P. 8888, Succursale A, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3P8, Canada Glucose oxidase, G O D , was immobilized into Nafion film, into which artificial electron transfer mediators were incorporated. The mediators were ferrocene derivatives with various hydrophobicity obtained by varying the alkyl chain length. It was demonstrated that they were incorporated in the film with different maximum loadings and at different rates depending on the hydrophobicity.
More than 100 samples analysis have been performed before the enzymatic film pelled off from the platinum electrode. During the first 40 assays, a decrease of less than 10% of the response of the biosensor to glucose was noticed. During the subsequent assays, the response of the biosensor was diminishing slowly to reach at the last assay a value of about 70% of the initial response. This response decrease was observed and correlated to the detachment of the enzymatic film from the platinum electrode.
160 - 120 - KO 2 «3 U ι ο 1 20 1 40 τ 60 Time (sec) Figure 1. Current-time curves of glucose biosensors prepared A) in depositing the mixture of glucose oxidase and A Q atop the platinum electrode and allowing the solvent to evaporate at room temperature, B) in covering this AQ-glucose oxidase film with a Nafion layer or C) in heating the AQ-glucose oxidase film at 50°C in an oven for 30 min. ch003 26 BIOSENSORS AND CHEMICAL SENSORS was used with 10 μΐ of 1% A Q solution. lC, the current reaches 170 μΑ for the first assay in presence of 20 mM of glucose.
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