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Layer-by-layer electrodeposition of redox polymers and enzymes on screen-printed carbon electrodes for the preparation of reagentless biosensors

By Gao Q and Yang XR


Layer-by-layer electrodeposition of redox polymer/enzyme composition films on screen-printed carbon electrodes for fabrication of reagentless enzyme biosensors has been proposed and the resulting films were found to be very stable and rigid

Topics: GLUCOSE-OXIDASE, LACTATE, CONSTRUCTION, ELIMINATION, ACID, glucose oxidase, Lactic acid, Structural analysis (Engineering), Elimination behavior, acid, D-glucose-1-oxidase, EC, glucose oxyhydrase, Lactate, ACIDE LACTIQUE, MILCHSAEURE, Sodium Lactate, 结构力学, Structural mechanics, Structures, Theory of, Architectural engineering, Engineering, Architectural, Building, Buildings--Design and construction, Construction, Engineering, Strains and stresses, Stresses and strains, Architecture, Architecture, Western (Western countries), Building design, Western architecture (Western countries), Strength of materials, Materials, Strength of, Resistance of materials, Building, Iron and steel, Iron and steel building, Iron construction, Steel and iron building, Steel construction, erection, assembling, Architectural design, Elimination, removal, 酸
Year: 2004
DOI identifier: 10.1039/b311535f
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