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Glucose oxidase from Aspergillus niger IPBCC.08.610 (GOD_IPBCC) is a locally sourced flavoenzyme from Indonesia that can potentially be developed in a variety of industrial processes. Although this enzyme has a high activity in catalyzing the redox reacti... see more

Glucose oxidase (GOx) is being developed for many applications such as an implantable fuel cell, due to its attractive property of operating under physiological conditions. This study reports the functional immobilization of glucose oxidase onto polyanili... see more

The influence of bentonite modification by tetramethyl ammonium hydroxide (TMAH) on its capability to immobilize glucose oxidase (GOX) was studied. Modification of bentonite was conducted by the adding of 0-5% (v/v) TMAH. The observed results show that th... see more

Glucose oxidase (GOD) can be inactivated by hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) produced during glucose oxidation; thus, H2O2 is a competitive inhibitor of GOD. In this mechanism, methionine (Met), a sulfur-containing amino acid, can be oxidized by H2O2and converted... see more

In continuous monitoring and control systems as required by automation, biosensors are greatly advantageous with their precision, stability, ease of use and response rates. In this study, a new amperometric glucose sensor has been fabricated based on a co... see more

To obtain glucose biosensors based on glucose oxidase (GOx), the enzyme can be immobilized on the sensitive surface of a glass electrode by different techniques: deposition on membranous support (cellophane or other macromolecular material) or entrapment ... see more

Neuronal activity and brain glucose metabolism are tightly coupled, where triggered neurotransmission leads to a higher demand for glucose. To better understand the regulation of neuronal activity and its relation to high-speed metabolism, development of ... see more

Introduction. Getting into the human body and animals, organophosphorous substances cause the activation of free radical processes, suppress protective and compensatory forces, inhibit the enzymes involved in the energy supply of cells. Tetrachloromethane... see more

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