The design, development and application of electrochemical glutamate biosensors

Hughes, G. and Pemberton, R M and Fielden, Peter Robert and Hart, J. P. (2015) The design, development and application of electrochemical glutamate biosensors. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry. ISSN 0165-9936

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The development of biosensors for the determination of glutamate has been of great research interest for the past 25 years due to its importance in biomedical and food studies. This review focusses on the various strategies used to fabricate glutamate biosensors as well as their performance characteristics. A brief comparison of the enzyme immobilisation method employed and the performance characteristics of a range of glutamate biosensors are described in tabular form and then described in detail throughout the review: some selected examples have been included to demonstrate the various applications of these biosensors to real samples.

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TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry
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?? glutamate oxidaseglutamate dehydrogenasemonosodium glutamateamperometrycarbon nanotubesreagentlessbiosensornadhnad+differential pulse voltammetryspectroscopyenvironmental chemistryanalytical chemistry ??
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