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RevistaElectroanalysis
Año2013
Volumen25
Páginas1359-1362
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Bilirubin Oxidase-Based Nanobiocathode Working in Serum-Mimic Buffer for Implantable Biofuel Cell

Autores:María Cristina Gutiérrez Sánchez, Marcos Pita Martínez, Miguel D Toscano , Antonio López de Lacey
Grupos de investigación:BioElectroCatálisis
Low-density graphite electrodes have been covalently modified with gold nanoparticles and used as scaffold for the oriented immobilization of Myrothecium verrucaria bilirubin oxidase. The developed nanobioelectrodes have been tested as a biocathode in a human-serum surrogate buffer that mimics physiological conditions. The nanostructured bioelectrode offered a 140 mAcm2 current density under serum-mimic conditions at 0.2 V, and was operational during at least 6 days
Palabras clave:Biofuel cell, Bilirubin oxidase, Oxygen cathode, Gold nanoparticles
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