Caruana, DJ and Howorka, S (2010) Biosensors and biofuel cells with engineered proteins. MOL BIOSYST , 6 (9) 1548 - 1556. 10.1039/c004951d.
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Proteins have been synergistically combined with electrochemistry to develop biosensors and biofuel cells. The focus of this review is to discuss the role of enzymes and highlight how protein engineering and immobilization can enhance device performance.
|Title:||Biosensors and biofuel cells with engineered proteins|
|Keywords:||ASSEMBLED PEPTIDE NANOTUBES, INDIVIDUAL DNA STRANDS, MICROBIAL FUEL-CELLS, GLUCOSE-OXIDASE, ELECTRON-TRANSFER, ELECTROCHEMICAL IMMOBILIZATION, ENZYME STABILIZATION, NANOCRYSTAL GROWTH, SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY, MOLECULAR ADAPTER|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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