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Title: Effects of electroactive group and enzyme crosslinkers numbers on analytical performance for conductive polymer-based sensor platforms
Authors: Soğancı Aras, T.
Durur Gümüşay, S.
Ak, Metin
Keywords: Carbazole
Conducting polymer
Enzyme sensor
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Abstract: This manuscript describes an amperometric sensor application of a new class of triazine-centered monomers functionalized with different numbers of carbazole and hydrazine. In the sensor system, carbazole and hydrazine are designed as transducer and enzyme crosslinker groups, respectively. The monomers (TECA and CTDA) containing different numbers of carbazole and hydrazine were electrochemically polymerized on a graphite (GR) electrode. A new sensor platforms for glucose determination have been obtained by immobilizing glucose oxidase (GOx) on the polymer film surfaces. The pTECA/GOx and pCTDA/GOx-based electrodes were investigated for an evaluation of electron transfer between the enzyme and electrode at bioelectrochemically relevant potentials via pTECA and pCTDA layer. The results show that amperometric response values were greater for the polymer containing more hydrazine ends than the polymer containing more carbazole groups. This is due to the that as the hydrazine ends increased, the more enzyme crosslinker groups at the same surface size. The evaluation of two different configurations (pTECA/GOx and pCTDA/GOx) of working electrodes suggested that the pTECA/GOx configuration, which was composed of more hydrazine ends and enzyme, is the more suitable candidate for biosensor applications. Moreover, it was determined that the pTECA/GOx and pCTDA/GOx-based electrodes are reliable for the establishment of advanced electron transfer between enzyme and electrode for the application in amperometric biosensors because of the observed high amperometric response values, and low LOD values. © 2021 Elsevier B.V.
ISSN: 1381-5148
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