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Living and Conducting: Coating Individual Bacterial Cells with In Situ Formed Polypyrrole

Die Beschichtung einzelner Bakterienzellen mit in situ gebildetem Polypyrrol wird von J. S. C. Loo, B. Cao, J. R. Zhang, J. J. Zhu et al. in ihrer Zuschrift (DOI: 10.1002/ange.201704729) beschrieben. Das Polypyrrol kann als leitfähiges Medium sowie als Schutzschicht fungieren. Ein erhöhter direkter kontaktbasierter extrazellulärer Elektronentransfer und eine bessere Lebensfähigkeit der Bakterienzellen werden beobachtet, wenn mit Polypyrrol beschichtete exoelektrogene Bakterien als Anode in mikrobiellen Brennstoffzellen eingesetzt werden.

Authors:   Rong‐Bin Song, YiChao Wu, Zong‐Qiong Lin, Jian Xie, Chuan Hao Tan, Joachim Say Chye Loo, Bin Cao, Jian‐Rong Zhang, Jun‐Jie Zhu, Qichun Zhang
Journal:   Angewandte Chemie
Year:   2017
Pages:   n/a
DOI:   10.1002/ange.201706568
Publication date:   20-Jul-2017
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