Klaus A. Feller

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An automated optical flow cell multichannel immunosensor for the detection and identification of toxins, viruses and bacterial particles is presented. A solid phase ELISA, based on a peroxidase label for signal generation and on fused silica capillaries as a support for immobilized antibodies, has been employed for analyte detection and identification. The(More)
The automated 10-channel capillary chip immunodetector (10K-IDWG) is a prototype, which has been developed for automatically operated biological agents (BA) point detection. The current technology uses a chemiluminescence capillary immunoassay (EIA) technique in combination with integrated microfluidics and allows the highly sensitive and rapid detection(More)
The activities of the following enzymes in soybean roots were determined at early times after infection of the roots with zoospores of an incompatible or a compatible race of Phytophthora megasperma f.sp. glycinea: dimethylallyl-diphosphate : 3,6a,9-trihydroxypterocarpan dimethylallyltransferase (prenyltransferase), an enzyme specific for glyceollin(More)
An improved portable detector for biological compounds, the chemiluminescence multichannel immunosensor (CL-MADAG), has been developed and characterised. The device is based on a capillary ELISA technique in combination with a miniaturised fluidics system and uses chemiluminescence as the detection principle. The fluidics system construction allows three(More)
The effect of estradiol, hydrocortisone and progesterone on 3α,20β-and 3β,17β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (HSD) in mutants of Streptomyces hydrogenans was compared to the steroid response of the wild type. Mutants were defective in arginine biosynthesis and/or aerial mycelial formation and lacked both enzymes or only 17β-HSD. Some 17β-HSD mutants had lost(More)
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