A novel enzyme biosensor for steroidal glycoalkaloids detection based on pH-sensitive field effect transistors.

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For the design of a biosensor sensitive to steroidal glycoalkaloids, pH-Sensitive Field Effect Transistors as transducers and immobilised butyrylcholinesterase as a biorecognition element have been used. The total potato glycoalcaloids can be measured by this biosensor in the concentration range 0.5-100 microM with detection limits of 0.5 microM for alpha… (More)

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@article{Korpan2002ANE, title={A novel enzyme biosensor for steroidal glycoalkaloids detection based on pH-sensitive field effect transistors.}, author={Yaroslav I. Korpan and V V Volotovsky and Claude Martelet and Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault and Elena A Nazarenko and Anna V. El'skaya and Alexei P. Soldatkin}, journal={Bioelectrochemistry}, year={2002}, volume={55 1-2}, pages={9-11} }