Scanning tunneling spectroscopy investigation of self-assembled plastocyanin mutants onto gold substrates under controlled environment.

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The study of the electronic conduction through plastocyanin (PC) mutants assembled on a gold surface has been addressed by scanning tunneling spectroscopy. The two mutants exploit a single thiol group (PCSH) or a disulfide bridge (PCSS) to covalently bind at gold surface. The I-V measurements were performed by positioning the STM tip on top of a single… (More)

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@article{Andolfi2004ScanningTS, title={Scanning tunneling spectroscopy investigation of self-assembled plastocyanin mutants onto gold substrates under controlled environment.}, author={Laura Andolfi and Gerard W Canters and Martin Ph. Verbeet and Sabrina Cannistraro}, journal={Biophysical chemistry}, year={2004}, volume={107 2}, pages={107-16} }