Development of tyrosinase biosensor based on pH-sensitive field-effect transistors for phenols determination in water solutions.

@article{Anh2002DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of tyrosinase biosensor based on pH-sensitive field-effect transistors for phenols determination in water solutions.},
  author={Tuan Mai Anh and Sergei V. Dzyadevych and Alexey P. Soldatkin and N Duc Chien and Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault and J. M. Chovelon},
  journal={Talanta},
  year={2002},
  volume={56 4},
  pages={
          627-34
        }
}
An enzyme biosensor for the determination of 4-chlorophenol in water solutions based on potentiometric pH-sensitive field-effect transistors as semiconductor transducer and tyrosinase immobilised in saturated glutaraldehyde vapours as biorecognition element has been described for the first time. The main analytical characteristics were studied under different conditions, as well as the possibility to optimise these working parameters. Different factors, such as pH of immobilisation, the enzyme… CONTINUE READING

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