Bioinorganic Electrochemistry

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Inorganic Bioelectrochemistry provides a thorough overview of the state of the art in this crucial area of research. In addition, the book helps readers understand where the field is heading and what new developments are on the horizon. Eight chapters written by leading international experts cover crucial topics such as electron and proton transfer in metalloprotein systems, electrochemistry and electrocatalysis of redox enzymes, and electrochemistry of DNA-based molecules.
Electron Tunneling Through Iron and Copper Proteins, Jay R. Winkler, Alexander R. Dunn, Corinna R. Hess, and Harry B. Gray Reorganization Energy. Electronic Coupling. Tunneling Timetables. Electron Tunneling Wires. The Respiratory Enzyme as an Electrochemical Energy Transducer, Mårten Wikström The Redox Centres and the Overall Reaction Protein Transfer Pathways Chemistry of O2 Reduction and Proton Translocation Role of Water Molecules within the Enzyme A possible Electrochemical Mechanism of Proton Translocation Reconstituted Redox Proteins on Surfaces for Bioelectronic Applications, Bilha Willner and Itamar Willner Electrodes Functionalized with Reconstituted Redox Proteins Electrical Contacting of Redox Proteins by Cross-linking of Cofactor-Enzyme Affinity Complexes on Surfaces Reconstituted Enzyme-Electrodes for Biofuel Cell Design Signal-Triggered Switchable Bioelectrocatalysis by Reconstitution of Redox-Proteins Voltammetry of Adsorbed Redox Enzymes: Mechanisms in the Potential Dimension, Julea N. Butt and Fraser A. Armstrong Electrochemical Studies of Protein Molecules Adsorbed on Electrodes Interpreting the Catalytic Voltammogram Specific Examples of Information Gained by Voltammetry Electrochemistry at the DNA/Electrode Interface: New Approaches to Nucleic Acids Biosensing, Michael G. Hill and Shana O.Kelley Electrochemistry of Cationic Reporter Molecules DNA Sensing with Intercalating Probes DNA Sensing Approaches Using Non-DNA-Binding Electroactive Labels DNA Analysis Using Direct Electro-Chemical Readout Charge Transport of Solute Oligonucleotides in Metallic Nanogaps - Observations and Some Puzzles, Alexander M. Kuznetsov and Jens Ulstrup Electron and Hole Transfer of DNA-Based Molecules in Solution Interfacial Electrochemical Electron Transfer Through DNA-Based Molecules DNA-Based Conductivity in Biological Media Towards the Single-Molecule Level Two- and Multi-Step Hopping in DNA-Based Molecules in the In Situ STM Gap In Situ STM Studies of Immobilized BioMolecules at the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface, Richard J. Nichols, Wolfgang Haiss, David G. Fernig, Harm Van Zalinge, David J. Schiffrin, Jingdong Zhang, Hainer Wackerbarth, and Jens Ulstrup. DNA and RNA Bases Cysteine DNA and Oligonucleotides Porphyrins Metalloproteins Measuring Single Molecule Conductance STM Imaging and Electron Transport Through Biomolecular Adsorbates Biomolecular Adsorption at Nanoparticles Charge Transfer and Interfacial Bioelectrochemistry at the NanoScale and Single-Molecule Levels, Jingdong Zhang, Tim Albrecht, Qijin Chi, Alexander M. Kuznetsov, and Jens Ulstrup. Long-Range Interfacial Chemical and Biological Electron Transfer - A Comprehensive Theoretical Frame Theoretical
Inorganic Bioelectrochemistry provides a thorough overview of the state of the art in this crucial area of research. In addition, the book helps readers understand where the field is heading and what new developments are on the horizon. Eight chapters written by leading international experts cover crucial topics such as electron and proton transfer in metalloprotein systems, electrochemistry and electrocatalysis of redox enzymes, and electrochemistry of DNA-based molecules.

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Autor: Ole Hammerich
ISBN-13 :: 9781402064999
ISBN: 1402064993
Erscheinungsjahr: 05.11.2007
Verlag: Springer Netherlands
Gewicht: 714g
Seiten: 328
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2008
Sonstiges: Buch, 235x155x26 mm
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