Summary. The role of the enzyme source was studied in the reaction of hydrogen peroxide decomposition by immobilised catalase in acetonitrile. Enzymes isolated from bacterial and mammalian sources were conveniently immobilised on a spectroscopic graphite to obtain an organic-phase enzyme electrode (OPEE). Amperometry at constant potential was employed as basic analytical approach in this study.
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