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a monosaccharide sugar that has several forms

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The most common versions work like this: One wire, the anode, is coated with an enzyme, such as glucose oxidase or GOx, that reacts with glucose.
Quatitative estimation of blood glucose was carried out by enzymatic method using a commercially available Kit (Randox, UK) based on glucose oxidase method14.
We report here the detection of polymorphism in hyper Glucose Oxidase producing A.
The combination of the two enzymes of glucose oxidase and catalase is used to remove oxygen.
Glucose oxidase (from Aspergillus niger), galactose oxidase (from Dactylium dendroides), [beta]-galactosidase (from Aspergillus oryzae), D-glucose, D-galactose, and D-lactose were obtained from SigmaAldrich.
The reuse of fungus mycelium as a source of glucose oxidase was also investigated for the conversion of glucose into gluconic acid.
Virtually all meters utilize either glucose oxidase or glucose dehydrogenase enzyme as the sensor.
Common techniques for the measurement of blood glucose levels Technique Advantage Limitation Glucose oxidase Commonly available Error in case with anemia and hypoxemia Glucose Has no problem of oxygen More expensive than GOR dehydrogenase tension ence (such as error in case with due to peritoneal maltose interfer dialysis) Hexokinase Referencing method Not commonly available
Glucose and oxygen from the surrounding tissue diffuse to the sensor, where the enzyme glucose oxidase carries out a chemical reaction in which oxygen is consumed in proportion to how much glucose is present.
According to LifeScan, which stresses that it uses only glucose oxidase testing methods in its test strips, use of glucose-specific testing methods (such as glucose oxidase) is recommended for patients who receive treatment with maltose or maltose metabolite-producing substances.
1982, "Hydrophobic ionic chromatography: its application to microbial glucose oxidase, hyaluronidase, cholesterol oxidase and cholesterol esterase," Journal of Biochemistery.
A glucose oxidase method was used to validate the point-of-care testing devices.
Manuka honey has demonstrated broad-spectrum antibacterial activity, largely because of the production of hydrogen peroxide by the enzyme glucose oxidase.
The pores with various sizes (5-50 [micro]) accommodate small molecules such as glucose, as well as larger compounds such as glucose oxidase (GOD), proteins, DNA, and other biopolymers, throughout the monolith rapidly and homogeneously.