Kristofor Cozart

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Here we present an exceptionally stable bioelectrocatalytic architecture for electrocatalytic oxygen reduction using a carbon nanotube electrode as the electron donor and a fungal enzyme as electrocatalyst. Controlling oxygen content in the electrolyte enables generation of a directly readable barcode from monitoring the enzyme response.
Digital paradigms have been applied to chemical and biochemical systems with a variety of outcomes, for example, information processing, encryption, and security systems. Another form of chemical/biochemical-based digital information conveyance is the unconventional barcode. Several bar codes serving as medical diagnostic models or multiplexed bioanalytical(More)
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