Comparison of catalytic electrochemistry of glucose oxidase between covalently modified and freely diffusing phenothiazine-labeled poly(ethylene oxide) mediator systems

Shinichiro Imabayashi, Kazumichi Ban, Takeshi Ueki, Masayoshi Watanabe

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The enzyme catalytic reaction is electrochemically compared under a substrate-saturated and diffusion-limited condition between native glucose oxidase (GOx) mixed with phenothiazine-labeled poly(ethylene oxide) (PT-PEO) and GOx-(PT-PEO) hybrid with PT-PEO covalently bonded to lysine residues on the enzyme surface. Although the catalytic current (icat) increases with the ratio of [PT-PEO]/[GOx] in both systems, the dependence of the icat on the molecular weight of PT-PEO is totally different. In the mixed systems, the icat decreases with increasing the molecular weight of PT-PEO, which reflects the decreases in the diffusion coefficient (D) of PT-PEO and the intermolecular electron transfer (ET) rate from FADH2/FADH to PT+-PEO. In the hybrids, on the other hand, the icat reveals a maximum at the molecular weight of 3000 (PT-PEO3000), which originates from the dependence of the intramolecular ET rate from FADH2/FADH to PT+ on the molecular weight of PT-PEO. The greater ET rate is enough to make up for the smaller D of PT groups attached on GOx in the hybrid with PT-PEO3000, yielding to the slightly larger icat than that of the corresponding mixed system. The active local motion of the long and hydrophilic PEO chain, the higher local concentration of PT groups due to their immobilization on the GOx surface, and the simultaneous oxidation of multiple attached PT groups at the electrode are possible reasons for the large ET rate constant of the hybrid systems.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8834-8839
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of Physical Chemistry B
Volume107
Issue number34
Publication statusPublished - 2003 Aug 28
Externally publishedYes

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Glucose Oxidase
Glucose oxidase
oxidase
Electrochemistry
electrochemistry
ethylene oxide
Polyethylene oxides
glucose
molecular weight
electron transfer
Molecular weight
Electrons
enzymes
Enzymes
phenothiazine
lysine
immobilization
Hybrid systems
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Comparison of catalytic electrochemistry of glucose oxidase between covalently modified and freely diffusing phenothiazine-labeled poly(ethylene oxide) mediator systems. / Imabayashi, Shinichiro; Ban, Kazumichi; Ueki, Takeshi; Watanabe, Masayoshi.

In: Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 107, No. 34, 28.08.2003, p. 8834-8839.

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