IGEM:IMPERIAL/2006/project/Bio elec interface/Research

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Further Reading


Commercially Available Enzymes

Sites for commercially available enzymes:

  1. www.sigmaaldrich.com
  2. www.biozyme.com

The biosensor we're looking at now requires three different enzymes: an esterase, oxidase and peroxidase.

A Japanese company called Amano Enzyme can provide us with acylase and peroxidase and we can maybe use L-gulonolactone oxidase as an oxidase for the sensor.

Various types of acylases can be ordered at Sigma-Aldrich. We now have to decide which one is best to use for our purposes.

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