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Organoclay-enzyme film electrodes.
It appeared that organoclays provide a favorable environment to enzymes activity, as highlighted from the biosensors characteristics and determination of Michaelis-Menten constants. Expand
Electrochemical response of ascorbic and uric acids at organoclay film modified glassy carbon electrodes and sensing applications.
Interestingly, the redox mediator FC(s) was likely to lower overpotentials for AA oxidation (but not for UA, making possible the selective detection of these species in a mixture, in cyclic voltammetry and amperometry. Expand
Quaternary ammonium functionalized clay film electrodes modified with polyphenol oxidase for the sensitive detection of catechol.
The organoclay was found to provide a favorable environment to enzyme activity and the multilayer configuration of the film electrode to provided a biosensor with good characteristics, such as an extended linear range for catechol detection and a detection limit in the nanomolar range. Expand