glucose dehydrogenase


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glu·cose de·hy·dro·gen·ase

[MIM*138090]
converts β-d-glucose to d-glucono-δ-lactone, transferring hydrogen to NAD+ or NADP+. Compare: glucose oxidase.
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gdhB, a gene encoding a second quinoprotein glucose dehydrogenase in Pantoea citrae, is required for pink disease of pineapple.
Methods using glucose dehydrogenase with NAD as co-factor (GDH-NAD), hexokinase or glucose oxidase are specific for glucose and do not exhibit interference as a result of interfering sugars.
Glucose dehydrogenase (GDH; Sigma-Aldrich) was supplied in Tris buffer, which is unsuitable for amine coupling.
Glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) is a key initial enzyme in the energy production process that uses nucleotide cofactors to "activate" monosaccharide sugars as a prelude to their subsequent breakdown into pyruvate to enter the Krebs cycle.
Blood Glucose Testing: ORENCIA contains maltose, which may result in falsely elevated blood glucose readings on the day of infusion when using blood glucose monitors with test strips utilizing glucose dehydrogenase pyrroloquinolinequinone (GDH-PQQ).
Although it would appear that the discrepancy found with the Accu-chek Advantage II could be caused by the use of glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) to measure glucose by this device, we found that two other POC glucose measurement systems that also use GDH, the MediSense Optium glucose analyzer (Fig.
From each sample, 100 [micro]L was centrifuged and analyzed on a Hitachi 911 with a plasma glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) method (Boehringer Mannheim).
On the same day, the glucose concentration in hemolysates from the control samples and from the patients' samples from each GP was measured with a highly precise and highly accurate method in the Department of Clinical Chemistry by the glucose dehydrogenase method [3].
The HemoCue blood glucose analyzer is a bedside or near-patient analyzer with dedicated cuvettes; glucose dehydrogenase, mutarotase, and diaphorase act on the sample in connection with a color-generating reagent.
Some types of blood glucose testing systems (for example, those based on the glucose dehydrogenase pyrroloquinolinequinone (GDH-PQQ) or glucose-dye-oxidoreductase methods) falsely interpret the maltose contained in octagam[R] as glucose.