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Screen printed graphite biosensors based on bacterial cells


, : Screen printed graphite biosensors based on bacterial cells. Process Biochemistry 39(11): 1325-1329

A microbial biosensor was developed for the determination of phenolic compounds and the measurement was based on oxygen consumption in relation to analyte oxidation. Induced cells of Pseudomonas putida DSM 50026 were immobilized on the surface of screen printed graphic electrodes covered with cellulose acetate membrane by means of gelatine, which was then cross linked with glutaraldehyde. The systems were calibrated for different phenolic substances.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0032-9592(03)00265-6


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