TiO2 phytate films as hosts and conduits for cytochrome c electrochemistry.

@article{McKenzie2005TiO2PF,
  title={TiO2 phytate films as hosts and conduits for cytochrome c electrochemistry.},
  author={Katy J McKenzie and Frank Marken and Marcin Opallo},
  journal={Bioelectrochemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={66 1-2},
  pages={41-7}
}
Cytochrome c is accumulated into a film of TiO(2) nanoparticles and phytate by adsorption from an aqueous solution into the mesoporous structure. Stable voltammetric responses and high concentrations of redox protein within the TiO(2) phytate layer can be achieved. Two types of electrode systems are reported with (i) the modified TiO(2) phytate film between electrode and aqueous solution phase and (ii) the modified TiO(2) phytate film buried under a porous gold electrode ('porotrode'). The… CONTINUE READING