prof Lo Gorton

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Affiliation:


Department of Analytical Chemistry and Biochemistry, Lund University,

address: P.O Box 124,, Lund, SE-22100, Sweden
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Participant:


SMCBS 2003 Workshop

began: 2003-11-13
ended: 2003-11-16
Presented:

SMCBS 2003 Workshop

Electron Transfer in Complex Two-cofactor-containing Enzymes at Alkanethiol-modified Gold Electrodes

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SMCBS'2005 Workshop

began: 2005-11-06
ended: 2005-11-10
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SMCBS'2005 Workshop

Wiring of whole living bacteria with osmium-redox polymers

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SMCBS'2007 International Workshop

began: 2007-11-04
ended: 2007-11-10
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SMCBS'2007 International Workshop

Anode and cathode reactions for biofuel cells based on direct electron transfer reactions between biological components and electrodes

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SMCBS'2009 International Workshop

began: 2009-11-06
ended: 2009-11-10
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SMCBS'2009 International Workshop

Electrochemical Communication between Viable Bacterial Cells and Flexible Redox Polymers

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SMCBS'2011 International Workshop

began: 2011-11-04
ended: 2011-11-08
Presented:

SMCBS'2011 International Workshop

Effect of deglycosylation of cellobiose dehydrogenase applied to 3rd generation biosensors and biofuel cells

Publications:


  1. Anode and cathode reactions for biofuel cells based on direct electron transfer reactions between biological components and electrodes
  2. Biosensing Applications Of Engineered Pyranose 2-oxidases Wired With Osmium Polymers
  3. Deglycosylation of glucose oxidase by PNGase F
  4. Direct electrochemistry of cellobiose dehydrogenase for applications in the third-generation biosensor and biofuel cell
  5. Effect of deglycosylation of cellobiose dehydrogenase applied to 3rd generation biosensors and biofuel cells
  6. Electrical Wiring of Living Bacillus subtilis Cells Using Flexible Osmium-Redox Polymers
  7. Electrochemical communication between viable bacterial cells and flexible redox polymers
  8. Electrochemical Communication between Viable Bacterial Cells and Flexible Redox Polymers
  9. Electron Transfer in Complex Two-cofactor-containing Enzymes at Alkanethiol-modified Gold Electrodes
  10. Electron transfer studies with different sugar oxidizing enzymes and osmium polymers to improve the current density
  11. Gold nanoparticle-modified enzyme-based sugar and oxygen sensitive electrodes for biosensing and biofuel cell applications
  12. Increasing Biosensor Sensitivity by Length Fractionated Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
  13. Influence of metal cations on the turnover rate of cellobiose dehydrogenase
  14. Oxygen electroreduction by fungal laccases - combination of electrochemical and spectral data
  15. Some electrochemical properties of laccase immobilised on the Au, IrOx, or C60-Pd polymer electrode supports
  16. The electrochemistry of a his-tagged microperoxidase assembled onto gold electrodes
  17. Wiring of whole living bacteria with osmium-redox polymers



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