Microfabricated glucose biosensor for culture well operation.

  title={Microfabricated glucose biosensor for culture well operation.},
  author={Roy M. Pemberton and Tom Cox and Rachel Tuffin and Ian C. Sage and Guido A. Drago and Nathan Biddle and Jennifer Griffiths and Robin Pittson and Grant Leigh Johnson and Jinmeng Xu and Shalawn K. Jackson and Gerry Kenna and Richard Luxton and John P. Hart},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  • Roy M. Pemberton, Tom Cox, +11 authors John P. Hart
  • Published in Biosensors & bioelectronics 2013
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • A water-based carbon screen-printing ink formulation, containing the redox mediator cobalt phthalocyanine (CoPC) and the enzyme glucose oxidase (GOx), was investigated for its suitability to fabricate glucose microbiosensors in a 96-well microplate format: (1) the biosensor ink was dip-coated onto a platinum (Pt) wire electrode, leading to satisfactory amperometric performance; (2) the ink was deposited onto the surface of a series of Pt microelectrodes (10-500 μm diameter) fabricated on a… CONTINUE READING

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