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Glutamine-selective membrane electrode that uses living bacterial cells.

A novel bioselective membrane electrode for L-glutamine has been constructed by coupling living bacteria of the strain Sarcina flava to a potentiometric ammonia gas sensor. Tests in aqueous standards and human serum show that the electrode combines excellent sensitivity and selectivity with rapid response and a useful lifetime of at least 2 weeks.[1]


  1. Glutamine-selective membrane electrode that uses living bacterial cells. Rechnitz, G.A., Riechel, T.L., Kobos, R.K., Meyerhoff, M.E. Science (1978) [Pubmed]
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