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Monitoring the development of a microbial electrolysis cell bioanode using an electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance

11-May-2010 | J. Mieke, Kleijn , Quentin, Lhuillier , Adriaan W., Jeremiasse, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

In this paper we explored the use of an electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) to follow the development of electrochemically active biofilms on electrodes. With this technique it should be possible to monitor simultaneously the increase in biomass and the current generated by the ...

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In situ synthesis of biomolecule encapsulated gold-cross-linked poly(ethylene glycol) nanocomposite as biosensing platform: A model study

10-May-2010 | Dilek, Odaci , Muhammet U., Kahveci , Elif L., Sahkulubey , Caglar, Ozdemir , Tamer, Uyar , ..., Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

In situ synthesis of poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) hydrogels containing gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and glucose oxidase (GOx) enzyme by photoinduced electron transfer process was reported here and applied in electrochemical glucose biosensing as the model system. Newly designed bionanocomposite ...

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08-May-2010 | [No author name available], Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

Publication year: 2010Source: Bioelectrochemistry, Volume 79, Issue 1, August 2010, Pages v-vi

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Wiring of pyranose dehydrogenase with osmium polymers of different redox potentials – a preliminary study

23-Apr-2010 | Muhammad Nadeem, Zafar , Federico, Tasca , Susan, Boland , Magdalena, Kujawa , Ilabahen, Patel , ..., Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

In this study, five different flexible osmium based redox polymers were investigated for their ability to efficiently “wire” the oxidoreductase pyranose dehydrogenase (PDH, EC 1.1.99.29) from Agaricus meleagris, on graphite electrodes for possible applications in biofuel cells. A series of newly ...

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Effect of Mg ions on efficiency of gene electrotransfer and on cell electropermeabilization

23-Apr-2010 | Saša, Haberl , Damijan, Miklavčič , Mojca, Pavlin, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

Gene electrotransfer is a promising nonviral method that enables DNA to be transferred into living cells with electric pulses. However, there are many parameters that determine gene electrotransfer efficiency. One of the steps involved in gene electrotransfer is interaction of DNA with the cell ...

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Synchronization of Dictyostelium discoideum adhesion and spreading using electrostatic forces

23-Apr-2010 | Marius, Socol , Christine, Lefrou , Franz, Bruckert , Didier, Delabouglise , Marianne, Weidenhaupt, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

Synchronization of cell spreading is valuable for the study of molecular events involved in the formation of adhesive contacts with the substrate. At a low ionic concentration (0.17mM) Dictyostelium discoideum cells levitate over negatively charged surfaces due to electrostatic repulsion. First, ...

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Molecular monolayers on silicon as substrates for biosensors

12-Apr-2010 | L., Touahir , P., Allongue , D., Aureau , R., Boukherroub , J.-N., Chazalviel , ..., Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

(111) silicon surfaces can be controlled down to atomic level and offer a remarkable starting point for elaborating nanostructures. Hydrogenated surfaces are obtained by oxide dissolution in hydrofluoric acid or ammonium fluoride solution. Organic species are grafted onto the hydrogenated surface ...

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Dielectric properties of human ovary follicular fluid at 9.2 GHz

01-Apr-2010 | Olga A., Gorobchenko , Anna G., Gerodes , Oleg A., Nardid , Oleg T., Nikolov, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

The influence of the follicle size, rapid freezing to -196°С and cryopreservation in liquid nitrogen within a period of one month of the human ovary follicular fluid (FF) on its dielectric properties is studied by the microwave dielectric method. The FF was obtained from dominant follicles of ...

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Selective determination of homocysteine at physiological pH using nanostructured film of aminothiadiazole modified electrode

31-Mar-2010 | Palraj, Kalimuthu , S. Abraham, John, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

We report the selective determination of homocysteine (HCY) in the presence of one of the very important interferents, ascorbic acid (AA) using electropolymerized film of 2-amino-1,3,4-thiadiazole (ATD) modified glassy carbon electrode (GCE) at physiological pH for the first time. Atomic force ...

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Strategies for the growth of self-assembled phospholipid adlayers

31-Mar-2010 | B.P., Oberts , G.J., Blanchard, Bioelectrochemistry, 2010

The creation of robust phospholipid adlayers is an important step in the development of biomimetic systems that contain and utilize trans-membrane proteins. The present methods for the creation of lipid bilayer structures, either by vesicle fusion or Langmuir-Blodgett / Langmuir-Schaefer ...

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