Bioelectrocatalytic generation of directly readable code: harnessing cathodic current for long-term information relay.

@article{Strack2011BioelectrocatalyticGO,
  title={Bioelectrocatalytic generation of directly readable code: harnessing cathodic current for long-term information relay.},
  author={Guinevere Strack and Heather R. Luckarift and Randall K. Nichols and Kristofor Cozart and Evgeny Katz and Glenn R. Johnson},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2011},
  volume={47 27},
  pages={7662-4}
}
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.