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content material: evaluate of biosensors / Elizabeth A.H. corridor --
Multienzyme sensors / F. Scheller, A. Warsinke, J. Lutter, R. Renneberg, and F. Schubert --
Biosensors according to entrapment of enzymes in a water-dispersed anionic polymer / man Fortier, Jian Wei Chen, and Daniel Bélanger --
Electrochemical characterization of ferrocene derivatives in a perfluoropolymer glucose oxidase electrode / Jian Wei Chen, Daniel Bélanger, and man Fortier --
Protein stabilization in biosensor structures / Timothy D. Gibson and John R. Woodward --
Electrocatalytic oxidation of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide cofactor at chemically changed electrodes / L. Gorton, B. Persson, P.D. Hale, L.I. Boguslavsky, H.I. Karan, H.S. Lee, T.A. Skotheim, H.L. Lan, and Y. Okamoto --
training and characterization of lively glucose oxidase immobilized to a plasma-polymerized movie / Michael J. Danilich, Dominic Gervasio, and Roger E. Marchant --
position of polymeric fabrics within the fabrication of ion-selective electrodes and biosensors / G.J. Moody --
electric wiring of flavoenzymes with versatile redox polymers / P.D. Hale, L.I. Boguslavsky, T.A. Skotheim, L.F. Liu, H.S. Lee, H.I. Karan, H.L. Lan, and Y. Okamoto --
Permselective coatings for amperometric biosensing / Joseph Wang --
Polypyrrole movie electrode incorporating glucose oxidase : electrochemical habit, catalytic reaction to glucose, and selectivity to pharmaceutical medicinal drugs / Zhisheng solar and Hiroyasu Tachikawa --
Analytical purposes of the electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance / A. Robert Hillman, David C. Loveday, Marcus J. Swann, Stanley Bruckenstein, and C. Paul Wilde --
Electrochemically ready polyelectrolyte complicated of polypyrrole and a flavin-containing polyanion : use as a biosensor / H.F.M. Schoo and G. Challa --
improvement of polymer membrane anion-selective electrodes in response to molecular popularity ideas / Antonio Florido, Sylvia Daunert, and Leonidas G. Bachas --
Electropolymerized motion pictures for the development of ultramicrobiosensors and electron-mediated amperometric biosensors / Eugene R. Reynolds, Robert J. Geise, and Alexander M. Yacynych --
Molecular fabrics for the transduction of chemical info into digital signs by way of chemical field-effect transistors / D.N. Reinhoudt --
Chemically delicate microelectrochemical units : new methods to sensors / Chad A. Mirkin, James R. Valentine, David Ofer, James J. Hickman, and Mark S. Wrighton --
Macro- to microelectrodes for in vivo cardiovascular measurements / Richard P. greenback, Vasile V. Coşofreţ, Tal M. Nahir, Timothy A. Johnson, Robert P. Kusy, Kirk A. Reinbold, Michelle A. Simon, Michael R. Neuman, R. Bruce Ash, and H. Troy Nagle --
Polymeric matrix membrane field-effect transistors : sodium ion sensors for scientific functions / S. Wakida --
Polymeric membranes for miniature biosensors and chemical sensors / M. Koudelka-Hep, A. van den Berg, and N.F. de Rooij --
Thick-film multilayer ion sensors for biomedical purposes / Salvatore J. speed and James D. Hamerslag --
Environmentally delicate polymers as biosensors : the glucose-sensitive membrane / Lisa A. Klumb, Stephen R. Miller, Gary W. Albin, and Thomas A. Horbett --
Water and the ion-selective electrode membrane / D. Jed Harrison, Xizhong Li, and Slobodan Petrovic --
Swelling of a polymer membrane to be used in a glucose biosensor / Marian F. McCurley and W. Rudolf Seitz --
Optical immunosensors utilizing managed- unencumber polymers / Steven M. Barnard and David R. Walt.

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The polyhydroxyl compounds used are usu­ ally small molecules and as such, will probably penetrate into the protein structure. Such infiltration of the protein structure and subsequent drying may account for the increase in stability with certain small polyhydroxyl molecules such as inositol. The efficiency of this proposed process may depend on molecular size, molecular shape, charge and chemical properties of the molecule. g. sorbitol, mannitol) do not stabilize to the same extent as the cyclic molecule inositol.

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Similarly removal of the carbohydrate, (polyhydroxyl) side chains of certain fungal enzymes rendered them susceptible to the effects of dehydra­ tion, in that enzyme activity was lost compared to untreated controls with intact carbo­ hydrate side chains. The water - carbohydrate interaction was thought to be necessary for stability of the enzymes, (23). When drying a protein in the presence of polyhy­ droxyl compounds which tend to interact with and order the structure of water, it may be envisaged that the molecules may "coat" the surface of the protein with a layer or layers of polyhydroxyl - water complexes.

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