J-STAGE Home  >  Publications - Top  > Bibliographic Information

Analytical Sciences
Vol. 22 (2006) No. 1 P 99-103

Language:

http://doi.org/10.2116/analsci.22.99

Original Papers

A urinary glucose assay has been investigated, employing a micro flow injection analysis (μFIA) combined with a separation technique of glucose from the analyte. The adsorption part using activated alumina for the glucose in the analyte can be successively integrated onto a μFI chip. The selective adsorption-desorption of glucose in the artificial urine can progress on the adsorption part. Along with this selective preconcentration of glucose, the typical FI peak of glucose can be obtained just by feeding the sample and deionized water as an elutant sandwiched with the reagent on the carrier stream. The glucose concentration in artificial urine can be quantitatively determined with the present μFIA system, while the interference of other components coexisting in urine occurs in the case of the conventional FIA system without any separation part. The described method serves as a template for improving the selectivity for the analyte in the multi-component system.

Copyright © 2006 by The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry

Article Tools

Share this Article