Membraneless glucose/O2 microfluidic biofuel cells using covalently bound enzymes

Abstract : We developed a new covalent enzyme immobilization technique compatible with lithography processes. Carbon nanotube electrodes patterned on glass slides were used to create Y-shaped membraneless glucose/O(2) microfluidic biofuel cells. An original extremophilic laccase, CotA from Bacillus subtilis, was used in the cathodic compartment of these miniaturized biofuel cells.
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T. Beneyton, I Putu Mahendra Wijaya, C. Ben Salem, A. Griffiths, V. Taly. Membraneless glucose/O2 microfluidic biofuel cells using covalently bound enzymes. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2013, 49 (11), pp.1094. ⟨10.1039/c2cc37906f⟩. ⟨inserm-02299584⟩

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