Optical Fiber Chemiluminescence Biosensor for Antioxidants Based on an Immobilized Luminol/Hematin Reagent Phase

@article{Palaroan2000OpticalFC,
  title={Optical Fiber Chemiluminescence Biosensor for Antioxidants Based on an Immobilized Luminol/Hematin Reagent Phase},
  author={Wendell S. Palaroan and Jose H. Bergantin and F. Sevilla},
  journal={Analytical Letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={33},
  pages={1797 - 1810}
}
ABSTRACT A chemiluminescence (CL) biosensing system for antioxidants was developed based on luminol and hematin co-immobilized on a cellulose membrane disc. The concentration of the antioxidant was quantified through the measurement of the inhibition of the CL emitted when hydrogen peroxide was introduced into the reagent phase. The instrumentation employed in the measurement was a fabricated luminometer employing optical fibers and a UV-enhanced photodiode transducer. Under optimum conditions… Expand
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