Grephene-based electrode utilized with Fusion Protein for Detection of Organophosphate Pesticides

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Herein, we demonstrated an immobilization strategy for high biological activities and high performed biosensors without conformational changes by using bioconjugates consisted of fusion proteins and reduced graphene oxide-gold nanoparticle hybrid materials (RGO-Au). The GBP-OPH/RGO-Au nanobio-conjugates were expected that hybrid systems enable to improve enzyme stability, and biocatalytic activity, and electron transfer over the enzymatic reaction, which attributed to favorable morphology of immobilized GBP-OPH. The particle size and distribution of Au on RGO were characterized by TEM and AFM images. The electrochemical properties of GBP-OHP/Au-RGO hybrids were analyzed by cyclic voltametry and impedance analysis. The amperometric measurements were performed for detection of OP compounds by flow injection method.
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한국화학공학회
Issue Date
2010-10-20
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Korean
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Annual Fall Meeting of KIChE 2010

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/171662
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CBE-Conference Papers(학술회의논문)
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