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Bionanotechnology approach for FAD-dependent enzymes with nanomaterials sensor.
|Title||Bionanotechnology approach for FAD-dependent enzymes with nanomaterials sensor.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Authors||Li Y, Chen S-M, Yang C-Y, Ajmal Ali M, Alhemaid FMA|
|Journal||Saudi journal of biological sciences|
|Date Published||2012 Oct|
We have reported the modification of biomolecule with nanomaterials. In this paper, the electrochemical response of different FAD-dependent enzymes at carbon nanomaterials modified electrode. The modified electrode also exhibits a promising enhanced electrocatalytic activity toward the oxidation of substrate. Different methods were used for fabrication of modified electrode. The presence of nanomaterials enhances the enzyme loading and stability. Cyclic voltammograms (CVs) were used for the determination of substrate and the apparent coefficient values for these compounds at different electrodes. Finally, we have studied the surface morphology of the modified electrode using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), which revealed that enzyme is coated on nanomaterials.
|Alternate Journal||Saudi J Biol Sci|