The optimal conditions for the formation of a stable mixed urease/octadecylamine (ODA) film at the air-water interface are determined. This film is efficiently transferred onto the hydrophobized surface of a pH-ISFET, and the features of the urea enzymatic field-effect transistor (ENFET) are determined: detection limit 0.2 mM, response time 15 s, and dynamic range 0-20 mM.
A glucose sensitive enzymatic thermal sensor based on a pair of commercial microthermal probes was fabricated by cross-linking of the corresponding enzymes (glucose oxidase and catalase) with bovine serum albumin onto the chip surfaces. The characteristics of this sensor were optimised by testing it in different conditions. To find the maximal sensitivity, the calibration curves of this sensor were...
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