IGEM:IMPERIAL/2006/project/Bio elec interface/Research
- pH-based enzyme potentiometric sensors. Part 1. Theory
- pH-based enzyme potentiometric sensors. Part 2. Glucose-sensitive field effect transistor
- pH-based enzyme potentiometric sensors. Part 3. Penicillin-sensitive field effect transistor
- Response of an enzyme-modified pH-sensitive ion selective device; consideration of the influence of the buffering capacity of the analyte solution
- Response of an enzyme-modified pH-sensitive ion-selective device; experimental study of a glucose oxidase-modified ion-sensitive field effect transistor in buffered and unbuffered aqueous solution
- Response of an enzyme-modified pH-sensitive ion-selective device; analytical solution for the response in the presence of pH buffer
Commercially Available Enzymes
Sites for commercially available enzymes:
The biosensor we're looking at now requires three different enzymes: an esterase, oxidase and peroxidase.
Various types of acylases can be ordered at Sigma-Aldrich. We now have to decide which one is best to use for our purposes.