Author(s): Vaze A, Hussain N, Tang C, Leech D, Rusling J
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Abstract Covalently linked layers of glucose oxidase, single-wall carbon nanotubes and poly-L-lysine on pyrolytic graphite resulted in a stable biofuel cell anode featuring direct electron transfer from the enzyme. Catalytic response observed upon addition of glucose was due to electrochemical oxidation of FADH(2) under aerobic conditions. The electrode potential depended on glucose concentration. This system has essential attributes of an anode in a mediator-free biocatalytic fuel cell.
This article was published in Electrochem commun
and referenced in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology