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Applications of ferrocene-peptide conjugates : towards new biosensors and materials
Ferrocene-peptide conjugates represent a hybrid area between organometallic chemistry and biochemistry. In these bioconjugates, the ferrocene (Fc) moiety can serve as molecular scaffold, chromophore, sensitive probe, ...
Electrochemical determination of surface active compounds at noble metal ultramicroelectrodes in flowing solutions
In this work, a new electrochemical detection method was developed with the ability to determine a wide range of inorganic and organic species at, trace levels. In brief, the detection method takes advantage of all ...
Development of methods for determination of adsorption kinetics at metal electrodes
Adsorption at metal electrodes is usually a very fast process and it plays a most important role in many areas of industry. The thermodynamics of the process are well known for many systems. However, there is currently ...
Electron transfer mechanism and potential applications of α-helical peptides
Understanding long range electron transfer (ET) in proteins is of fundamental interest to elucidate the complex nature of many biological processes. The mechanistic discussion is highly debated in the literature and the ...
A study on possible interactions between biomolecules and nanoparticles
Along with the rapid growth of the nanotechnology, nanoparticles (NPs) have found many applications in commercial products. However, there are only a few studies on the toxicity and the environmental effects of NPs in ...
Investigations of the electrochemical behaviour of room temperature ionic liquids
The existence of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids (RTILs) has been known for a long time, but only recently have they been pulled to the forefront of chemical research. This increase in attention can be attributed to a keen ...