Barbara Linke

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Electroenzymatic glucose sensors implanted into sub-cutaneous (s.c.) tissue of human subjects and experimental animals exhibit lower sensitivities to glucose than in buffer solutions before implantation. The mechanism of the decrease of sensitivity is not known. Sensors used in this study were fabricated from platinum wires (diameter 0.125 mm) with(More)
A potentially implantable glucose sensor, based on glucose oxidase immobilized in a redox hydrogel, is considered. The redox hydrogel consisted of glucose oxidase immobilized in a cross-linkable poly(vinylpyridine) complex of [Os(bis-bipyridine)2Cl]+1/+2 that communicates electrically with the flavin adenine dinucleotide (FADH2) redox centres of the glucose(More)
patients with AIP and all four patients with VP. Because our three patients were excreting high concentrations of urine PBG at the time of fecal collection, their serum PBG was probably increased. If this is the source of fecal uroporphyrin, it probably would also be seen during acute attacks of the other acute porphyrias, as has been reported for VP (12).(More)
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