Dominique Darimont

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Although electrochemically catalysed P450 reactions have been described, their efficiency and applicability remained limited. This is mostly due to low enzyme activity, laborious protein immobilisation and the small electrode surface. We established a novel protein immobilisation method for a determined orientation and electrical wiring of the enzyme(More)
Electrochemical in vitro reduction of P450 enzymes is a promising alternative to in vivo applications. Previously we presented three engineered P450BM3 variants for aniline hydroxylation, equipped with a carbon nanotube binding-peptide (CNT-tag) for self-assembly on CNT electrodes. Compared to wildtype P450BM3 the NADPH-dependent activity was enhanced, but(More)
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