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pyranose oxidase (PROD) and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) in the following reaction scheme: AG O2 ! AG-Lactone H2 O2 ABTSred H2 O2 ABTSox 2 H2 O ! The oxidized form of ABTS exhibits an absorbance maximum at 420 nm, with a molar absorptivity of 3:48 104 M 1 cm 1 . The AG assay was developed as an endpoint assay, relying on the complete conversion of substrate to product over a 1-h period at 37  C and pH 5.9, the optimum pH for the complete system. The speci c activity of PROD at this pH is 2.11 I.U./mg. A plasma sample from a patient suspected of having diabetes mellitus was diluted 10-fold during sample preparation and reagent addition, and was incubated 1 h at 37  C. During this time, O2, PROD, ABTSred, and HRP were present in large excess to ensure complete conversion of normal levels of AG. Following incubation, the absorbance of the resulting solution at 420 nm was measured in a 1-cm cuvette, yielding A 0:174. Is the patient diabetic
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4.1. INTRODUCTION Soluble enzymes are employed in a wide variety of substrate and enzyme activity assays, and specialized instrumentation has been developed to automate reagent addition and quantitation. However, several disadvantages exist in the analytical use of soluble enzymes for substrate assays. Soluble enzymes are not reused or recycled, unless the cost of the enzyme justi es the lengthy repuri cation procedure. Furthermore, the activities of soluble enzymes decreases signi cantly with time, so that fresh assay solutions are frequently required. For these reasons, many assays that employ soluble enzymes have been adapted for use with immobilized enzymes. These immobilized enzymes are usually incorporated onto or into a stationary phase in a ow system; substrate is introduced via a mobile, or buffer phase, and conversion into products occurs as the mobile phase ows through a column containing immobilized enzyme. A postcolumn detector allows product quantitation. Enzyme reactors, the columns containing a stationary phase with immobilized enzyme, may be reused many times, often for several months. Assays employing enzyme reactors are readily automated using robotics and software originally designed for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) automation. Furthermore, the stability of immobilized enzymes with respect to time, temperature, and pH is almost always greater than that of soluble enzymes, due to the effects of the local environment in which the immobilized enzyme exists. For these reasons, substrate assays that employ immobilized enzyme reactors are preferred over soluble enzyme assays. 4.2. IMMOBILIZATION METHODS Enzyme immobilization methods are classi ed as chemical or physical. Chemical methods involve the formation of covalent bonds between functional groups on the
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Bianalytical Chemistry, by Susan R. Mikkelsen and Eduardo Corton ISBN 0-471-54447-7 Copyright # 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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support material (also called the matrix or the carrier) and functional groups on the enzyme. Chemical methods are subclassi ed as either nonpolymerizing or crosslinking methods. Nonpolymerizing methods involve the formation of covalent bonds only between enzyme and support, but not between individual enzyme molecules, while cross-linking methods allow the formation of both enzyme-support bonds as well as enzyme enzyme cross-links. Chemical immobilization methods may be represented by the illustrations shown in Figure 4.1 (a and b). Physical immobilization methods do not involve covalent bond formation with the enzyme, so that the native composition of the enzyme remains unaltered. Physical immobilization methods are subclassi ed as adsorption, entrapment, and encapsulation methods. Adsorption of proteins to the surface of a carrier is, in principle, reversible, but careful selection of the carrier material and the immobilization conditions can render desorption negligible. Entrapment of enzymes in a crosslinked polymer is accomplished by carrying out the polymerization reaction in the presence of enzyme; the enzyme becomes trapped in interstitial spaces in the polymer matrix. Encapsulation of enzymes results in regions of high enzyme concentration being separated from the bulk solvent system by a semipermeable membrane, through which substrate, but not enzyme, may diffuse. Physical immobilization methods are represented in Figure 4.1 (c e). The following sections consider each immobilization method in detail. 4.2.1. Nonpolymerizing Covalent Immobilization Covalent immobilization methods rely on functional groups on both the enzyme and the support material for the formation of stable covalent bonds. For this reason, the choice of a support is crucial in that it determines the immobilization chemistry
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Figure 4.1. Enzyme immobilization methods. (a) Nonpolymerizing, (b) cross-linking, (c) adsorption, (d) entrapment, and (e) encapsulation.
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