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Biosensor Based on Cellobiose Dehydrogenase for

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Autori: Leonard Stoica, Annika Lindgren-Sjölander, Tautgirdas Ruzgas, and Lo Gorton

Editorial: ACS, Anal. Chem., 76, p.4690-4696, 2004.


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A cellobiose dehydrogenase (CDH)-modified graphite electrode was designed for amperometric detection of catecholamines in the flow injection mode, by their recycling between the graphite electrode (+300 mV vs. Ag|AgCl) and the reduced FAD cofactor of adsorbed CDH, resulting in an amplified response signal. The high efficiency of the enzyme-catecholamine reaction leads to a
detection limit below 1 nM and a sensitivity of 15.8 A M-1 cm-2 (1150 nA/µM) for noradrenaline, with a coverage of less than 2.5 µg of CDH adsorbed on the electrode surface (0.073 cm2). Working parameters such as pH, cellobiose concentration, carrier buffer, and applied potential were optimized, using hydroquinone as a model analyte. The sensitivity, linear range, and amplification factor can be modulated by the steady-state concentration of cellobiose in the flow buffer. The response of the sensor decreases only 2% when run continuously for 4 h in the flow injection mode. The response peak maximum is obtained within 6 s at a flow rate of 0.5 mL/min, representing the time of the entire sample segment to pass the electrode. CDH enzymes from Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Sclerotium rolfsii were investigated, providing different characteristics of the sensor, with sensors made with CDH from P. chrysosporium being the better ones.

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Cuvinte cheie: cellobiose dehydrogenase, biosensor, catecholamines