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Insights from protein film voltammetry into mechanisms of complex biological electron-transfer reactions

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As the fundamental principles of long-range electron transfer (ET) in proteins are becoming well understood, interest is focusing on the mechanisms by which ET is coupled to chemical reactions such as ion transport and catalysis. Protein film voltammetry provides a powerful way to investigate these problems. The protein is immobilised on an electrode as an adsorbed electroactive film, typically a monolayer or less: then, by applying a potential, electrons are driven in and out of the active s...

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10.1039/b108359g

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry
Issue:
5
Pages:
661-671
Publication date:
2002-03-07
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EISSN:
1364-5447
ISSN:
1472-7773
URN:
uuid:a42f843e-faa2-4751-a58a-275ea6d22b2a
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38146
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pubs:38146

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