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Information the newest advances in bioanalytical purposes utilizing enzymes--techniques which are changing into more and more very important in research, synthesis, production and clinical prognosis. involves seven articles which disguise: enzyme categorized antibodies in bioassays, DNA limit enzymes and RFLPs in medication, enzyme-labeled probes for nucleic acid hybridization, particular methodologies of immobilized proteins in bioanalytical platforms, dry reagent chemistry basics, the idea and purposes of enzyme electrode biosenors, and advances in enzymatically coupled box impact transistors.

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2. Spectrophotometer Polarographic oxygen electrode Calorimeter Polarographic oxygen electrode Specuophotometer Spectrophotometer Electrochemical detector 136 137 138 139 129 140 141 Reversible Immobilization of Enzymes via Biospecific Interaction with Lectins To illustrate this principle, we have chosen a lectin-glycoprotein system (130). The glycoenzymes glucose oxidase and peroxidase are bound to immobilized Concanavalin A or lentil lectin coupled to Sepharose. The immobilized lectin is packed in a small column inside a simple flow calorimeter.

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