Bioelectrocatalysis. Part II. Hydrogenase immobilized in polymeric semiconductors: the mechanism of electron transfer.

  • Varfolomeyev S
  • Bachurin S
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The possibility of utilizing of polymeric and low-mol.-wt. org. electroconductive enzyme supports for bioelectrocatalytic systems has recently been demonstrated. The aim of the present work was the development of kinetic models for anal. of the electron transport mechanism in a polymer semiconductor by using immobilized hydrogenase as the model enzyme system. [on SciFinder(R)]




Varfolomeyev, S. D., & Bachurin, S. O. (1984). Bioelectrocatalysis.  Part II.  Hydrogenase immobilized in polymeric semiconductors:  the mechanism of electron transfer. Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 27(3), 315–332.

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