Kliklenmiş Yeni İletken Polimerin Glukoz Biyosensörü Olarak Kullanılması
Conductive polymers have superior properties such as thermal, environmental stability, processability and high conductivity. Thanks to these superior properties, conductive polymers have applications such as electrochromic devices, solar cells, sensor systems. To appeal to different purposes or to improve the properties of the product to be obtained is very exciting when including some groups in the design phase of the molecule.
In this context, the conducting monomer structure known as thienyl pyrrole derivative (SNS) in the literature was functionalized with the azido amide and reacted with propargyl alcohol via click reaction with copper-catalyzed . The SNS possessing cyclo-addition with the click reaction had potential for the formation of biomaterials. The resulting clicked SNS was electropolimerized on graphite electrode and glucose oxidase enzyme was immobilized on active conducting polymer surface. After optimization studies, the ability to be a glucose biosensor of this new biomaterial has been examined.