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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Setford SJ, Newman JD
Publication date: 2005
Chapter title: Enzyme Biosensors.
Page numbers: 29-60.
DOI: 10.1385/1-59259-846-3:029

Book title: Microbial Enzymes and Biotransformations
Editors: Barredo JL
Series title: Methods in Biotechnology
Volume number: 17

Abstract: The biosensor field has grown enormously since the first demonstration of the biosensor concept by Leland C. Clark Jr. in 1962. Today's biosensor market is dominated by glucose biosensors, mass-produced enzyme-electrodes for the rapid self-diagnosis of blood glucose levels by diabetes sufferers. Here we take a historical look at the inception, growth, and development of the enzyme biosensor field from a strong commercial viewpoint. The current status of the technology is evaluated and future trends in this dynamic and fast-moving field are also anticipated.
Template and target information: Review - enzyme biosensors
Author keywords: biosensor, enzyme, electrodes, screen-printed, electrochemistry, Amperometric, glucose, glucose oxidase, mediator, electrocatalyst, immobilization, membrane, bioreceptor, Transducer, biomimic


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