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- Gumpu, Manju Bhargavi; Nesakumar, Noel; Sethuraman, Swaminathan; Krishnan, Uma Maheswari; Rayappan, John Bosco Balaguru
- Food and bioprocess technology 2016 v.9 no.4 pp. 717-724
- Penaeus; biosensors; diamine oxidase; diarrhea; glassy carbon electrode; humans; hypersensitivity; linear models; nanoparticles; nanospheres; nausea; prediction; putrescine; vomiting
- ... An increase of putrescine content in tiger prawn can be related to the deterioration of its quality. Increase in putrescine consumption causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, allergy, and flushing in humans. To address this issue, a glassy carbon electrode modified with diamine oxidase on ceria nanoparticles was fabricated for rapid determination of putrescine in tiger prawn. Based on the amperometric ...