Determination of starch and maltose using immobilized amyloglucosidase and a glucose electrode in a flow injection system

@inproceedings{Gorton2007DeterminationOS,
  title={Determination of starch and maltose using immobilized amyloglucosidase and a glucose electrode in a flow injection system},
  author={Lo Gorton and Roger Appelqvist and Gillis Johansson and Frieder W. Scheller and D. Kirstein},
  year={2007}
}
Maltose and starch were hydrolysed to glucose by immobilized amyloglucosidase in a packed-bed reactor and then measured by a glucose oxidase electrode in a flow injection analysis manifold. The steady-state signals for both maltose and starch were constant for reactor residence times between 24 and 73 s. They were reduced on addition of mutarotase by c. 10 % with maltose and by c. 20 % with starch. The steady-state value for glucose in the presence of mutarotase coincided with that for… CONTINUE READING