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Protein film infrared electrochemistry demonstrated for study of H2 oxidation by a [NiFe] hydrogenase

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Understanding the chemistry of redox proteins demands methods that provide precise control over redox centers within the protein. The technique of protein film electrochemistry, in which a protein is immobilized on an electrode surface such that the electrode replaces physiological electron donors or acceptors, has provided functional insight into the redox reactions of a range of different proteins. Full chemical understanding requires electrochemical control to be combined with other techni...

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Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
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Journal of Visualized Experiments Publisher's website
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Journal of Visualized Experiments Journal website
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130
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Article: e55858
Publication date:
2017-12-04
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2017-03-17
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1940-087X
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pubs:689692
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uri:0766a293-13f2-4582-b494-e3492864805c
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