Differential Anodic Enzyme Polarography for the Measurement of Glucose
The coupling of enzymes to polarographic and other electrochemical sensors has been a happy one (1–7). The first such union occurred in 1962 (8). The electrochemistry involved lends simplicity to the detecting equipment while in the sensor itself the enzyme provides the specificity, often a degree of specificity which cannot be obtained by any other means. In addition, and very importantly this type of sensor lends itself to miniaturization to the point where it may be used intracellularly.
KeywordsGlucose Oxidase GLUCONIC Acid Enzyme Electrode Yellow Spring Instrument British Patent
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