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Développement de biocapteurs pour la détermination de substances biologiquement actives

Abstract : Biosensors are rapid, selective and inexpensive devices that combine a biological recognition element, the so-called bioreceptor (e.g. enzymes, antibodies, DNA or microorganisms) to a physical transducer (e.g. electrochemical, optical, thermal or piezoelectrical). They can be used to detect one specific analyte or one family of analytes for a wide range of applications (e.g. environment, food, health). In this work, the detection of biologically active substances was targeted. A biosensor system for simultaneous determination of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and glucose, a biosensor for creatine kinase analysis, and a novel conductometric biosensor for ATP determination were developed. In the first two biosensors, two enzymes (hexokinase and glucose oxidase) were immobilized at the surface of platinum disc microelectrodes for amperometric detection. The third biosensor was based on hexokinase immobilized onto gold interdigitated microelectrodes for conductometric detection. In all cases, the enzymes were co-immobilized with bovine serum albumin by cross-linking using glutaraldehyde. Analytical characteristics of the biosensors were determined and different procedures were developed for real samples analysis. The biosensors could be successfully applied to the determination of ATP, glucose, and creatine kinase in pharmaceutical samples and blood serum
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Ivan Kucherenko. Développement de biocapteurs pour la détermination de substances biologiquement actives. Biotechnologie. Université de Lyon; Kiïvsʹkij nacìonalʹnij unìversitet imeni Tarasa Ševčenka (Ukraine), 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LYSE1066⟩. ⟨tel-01394375⟩



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