Integrated AFM-SECM in tapping mode: simultaneous topographical and electrochemical imaging of enzyme activity.

@article{Kueng2003IntegratedAI,
  title={Integrated AFM-SECM in tapping mode: simultaneous topographical and electrochemical imaging of enzyme activity.},
  author={Angelika Kueng and Christine Kranz and Alois Lugstein and E. Bertagnolli and Boris Mizaikoff},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2003},
  volume={42 28},
  pages={
          3238-40
        }
}
Microscopically measuring the activity of glucose oxidase (GOD): Microfabricated difunctional AFM–SECM (atomic force microscopy–scanning electrochemical microscopy) tips with integrated microand nanoelectrodes (see picture) enable independent, simultaneous investigation of surface topography and enzymatic activity, for example, of the oxidoreductase enzyme GOD, in soft samples in AFM tapping mode. A. Kueng, C. Kranz,* A. Lugstein, E. Bertagnolli, B. Mizaikoff 3238 – 3240 

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