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Mediatorless high-power glucose biofuel cells based on compressed carbon nanotube-enzyme electrodes
The efficient wiring of enzymes in a conductive pure carbon nanotube matrix for the fabrication of a glucose biofuel cell (GBFC) that remains stable for 1 month and delivers 1 mW cm−2 power density under physiological conditions and are the best performances obtained for a GBFC.
Biomolecule immobilization on electrode surfaces by entrapment or attachment to electrochemically polymerized films. A review.
  • S. Cosnier
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    Biosensors & bioelectronics
  • 31 May 1999
The construction of controlled architectures based on spatially segregated multilayers, exhibiting complementary biological activities is described, and the attachment of biomolecules to biotinylated polymers through affinity interactions based on avidin-biotin bridge is presented.
Single Glucose Biofuel Cells Implanted in Rats Power Electronic Devices
It is demonstrated that one single implanted enzymatic GBFC can power a light-emitting diode (LED), or a digital thermometer, and no signs of rejection or inflammation were observed after 110 days implantation in the rat.
High power enzymatic biofuel cell based on naphthoquinone-mediated oxidation of glucose by glucose oxidase in a carbon nanotube 3D matrix.
A novel glucose/O2 biofuel cell (GBFC) integrating carbon nanotube-based 3D bioelectrodes and using naphthoquinone-mediated oxidation of glucose by glucose oxidase and direct oxygen reduction by laccase is reported, showing among the best in vitro performances for a GBFC.
Nanomaterials for biosensing applications: a review
This review summarizes in a non-exhaustive way the advantages of nanomaterials by focusing on nano-objects which provide further beneficial properties than “just” an enhanced surface area.
Carbon nanotube/enzyme biofuel cells
Abstract Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) became a prominent material for its use in bioanalytical devices due to their biocompatibility, their particular structure, and their conductivity. CNTs have shown to
Biosensors based on electropolymerized films: new trends
  • S. Cosnier
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
  • 12 August 2003
Recent advances and scientific progress in electrochemical immobilization procedures for biological macromolecules on electrodes via electrogenerated polymer films are reviewed.
Polycrystalline bismuth oxide films for development of amperometric biosensor for phenolic compounds.
An attractive biocomposite based on polycrystalline bismuth oxide (BiO(x)) film and polyphenol oxidase (PPO) was proposed for the construction of a mediator-free amperometric biosensor for phenolic
Highly sensitive nitrite biosensor based on the electrical wiring of nitrite reductase by [ZnCr-AQS] LDH
Abstract A biosensor for amperometric determination of nitrite was developed using cytochrome c nitrite reductase (c c NiR) from Desulfovibrio desulfuricans immobilized and electrically connected on
Mercury–enzyme inhibition assays with an amperometric sucrose biosensor based on a trienzymatic-clay matrix
Abstract The feasibility of amperometric sucrose and mercury biosensors based on the immobilization of invertase, glucose oxidase and mutarotase entrapped in a clay matrix (laponite) was