This reference text consists of contributed chapters by specialists directly carrying out research and development in this emerging field which joins advanced microelectronics with modern biotechnology. Chapters present novel biotechnology-based microelectronic instruments, such as those used for deA comparison between enzyme, bacterial (Sardnaflava), tissue, and mitochondrial (porcine kidney) biocatalysts for ... of bovine liver tissue as the biocatalyst instead of the isolated enzyme catalase.43 Considerably increased lifetime and activity ... of increased lifetime, and that the bacterial electrode can be regenerated simply by immersion in nutrient medium. ... be directly immobilized on a membrane mounted on an oxygen electrode, 52 or employed as a flow-type immunoreactor, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors|
|Author||:||Donald L. Wise|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1991-01-31|