Microbial sensor system which usesMethylomonas sp. for the determination of methane

@article{Okada2005MicrobialSS,
  title={Microbial sensor system which usesMethylomonas sp. for the determination of methane},
  author={Tadashi A. Okada and Isao Karube and Shuichi Suzuki},
  journal={European journal of applied microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={102-106}
}
A microbial sensor system was prepared for the detemination of methane. This microbial sensor consisted of immobilizedMethylomonas sp. and an oxygen electrode. When sample gas containing methane was applied to the system the current in the electrode decreased with time until a steady-state was reached. The steady-state current was attained within 3 min and the maximum drop in current was obtained at 30 °C and pH 7.2. The time required for the determination of methane was 1 min. A linear… CONTINUE READING

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