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These characteristics are particularly promising for the use of the electrode in flow injection measuring systems. Therefore we examined the analytical potential of the modified GOD/Nafion-coated GC electrode by measuring glucose in beverages. Figure 3 shows typical responses by the electrode. The peak current was proportional to the glucose concentration up to 10 m M , under the present exrjerimental conditions, and the detection limit was 10 μΜ. Table I gives the results for the determination of glucose in beverages.
GCE I exhibited a GOD activity of ca. 2 U cm~2, whereas GCE II exhibited an activity lower than 1 m U cm"2. In the case of CPE II, the native GOD placed on the electrode surface easily leaked through the Nafion overcoat, and only a small amount of the enzyme remained immobilized. In contrast, the water-insoluble, lipid- modified GOD was stable between the electrode surface and the polymer overcoat which permitted the much higher enzyme activity. Glucose Response of Enzyme Electrode. Figure 2 shows current-time curves for GCE I and II.
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