• Published 2014

Oxidase Directly Immobilized onto Highly Porous Gold lectrodes for Sensing and Fuel Cell applications

@inproceedings{Toit2014OxidaseDI,
  title={Oxidase Directly Immobilized onto Highly Porous Gold lectrodes for Sensing and Fuel Cell applications},
  author={E. J. Du Toit and Mirella Di Lorenzo},
  year={2014}
}
The successful implementation of redox-enzyme electrodes in biosensors and enzymatic biofuel cells has been the subject of extensive research. For high sensitivity and high energy-conversion efficiency, the effective electron transfer at the proteinelectrode interface has a key role. This is difficult to achieve in the case of glucose oxidase, due to the fact that for this enzyme the redox centre is buried inside the structure, far from any feasible electrode binding sites. This study reports… CONTINUE READING

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