Behavior of lysozyme at the electrified water/room temperature ionic liquid interface

Chemistry, an Asian Journal
Eva Alvarez de EulateDamien W M Arrigan

Abstract

Between the phases: The globular protein lysozyme was adsorbed and desorbed under electrochemical conditions at the water/room temperature ionic liquid microinterface array; the electrochemical desorption process provides a basis for protein detection at these interfaces.

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Citations

Oct 23, 2015·Angewandte Chemie·Eva Alvarez de EulateDamien W M Arrigan
Mar 8, 2016·The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B·Mahreen AroojRicardo L Mancera

Related Concepts

Adsorption
Leftose
Ionic Liquids
Electrochemical Techniques
Operating Room
Globular protein
Array
Detection
Ionic Liquids
Lysozyme

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