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Third generation biosensing matrix based on Fe-implanted ZnO thin film

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Saha, Shibu ; Department of Physics & Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007, India ; Gupta, V. ; Sreenivas, K. ; Tan, H.H.
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Third generation biosensor based on Fe-implanted ZnO (Fe-ZnO) thin film has been demonstrated. Implantation of Fe in rf-sputtered ZnO thin film introduces redox center along with shallow donor level and thereby enhance its electron transfer property. Glucose oxidase (GOx), chosen as model enzyme, has been immobilized on the surface of the matrix. Cyclic voltammetry and photometric assay show that the prepared bioelectrode, GOx/Fe-ZnO/ITO/Glass is sensitive to the glucose concentration with enhanced response of 0.326 μAmM-1cm-2 and low Km of 2.76 mM. The results show promising application of Fe-implanted ZnO thin film as an attractive matrix for third generation biosensing.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:97 ,  Issue: 13 )