Glucose oxidase/horseradish peroxidase Co-immobilized at a CNT-modified graphite electrode: Towards potentially implantable biocathodes

  • Jia W
  • Jin C
  • Xia W
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Concerted efforts: A high-potential biocathode based on co-immobilization of glucose oxidase (GOx) and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) onto a carbon nanotube/carbon microfiber modified graphite rod electrode (CNT/CMF/GR) is described. The GOx/HRP biocathode shows a remarkable biocatalytic activity in the presence of glucose and oxygen.

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  • bioelectronics
  • biofuel cells
  • glucose oxidase
  • horseradish peroxidase
  • nanotubes

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  • Wolfgang SchuhmannRuhr Universitat Bochum Fakultat fur Chemie und Biochemie

  • Wenzhi Jia

  • Chen Jin

  • Wei Xia

  • Martin Muhler

  • Leonard Stoica

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