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    標題: Characterization of a planar l-glutamate amperometric biosensor immobilized with a photo-crosslinkable polymer membrane
    作者: Ku-Shang Chang
    Chen-Kai Chang
    Su-Fen Chou
    Hsei-Chen Han
    Chien-Yuan Chen
    貢獻者: 食品科技系
    關鍵字: PVA-SbQ
    Planar electrode
    日期: 2007-03
    上傳時間: 2010-01-15 10:18:48 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Elsevier
    摘要: A photo-crosslinkable polymer mixed with bovine serum albumin was adapted to fabricate an amperometric planar l-glutamate biosensor. The characteristics of this amperometric biosensor during aging of the membrane, its reproducibility and the effects of storage conditions on the long-term stability of the biosensor were studied. The steady-state method (R.S.D. = 3.69%) was more appropriate than the kinetic method (R.S.D. = 7.70%) for measuring the concentration monosodium glutamate. The l-glutamate amperometric biosensor exhibited remarkable long-term stability (150 days) when maintained in a dry dark state. Most of the functional characteristics of the biosensor were restored within 5 min (wet-up times) of repeated wetting and drying. The long-term stability and short wet-up times of the electrode suggests its suitability for use in the design of real time or flow injection biosensors.
    關聯: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 122(1): p.195-203
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