Electrochemical detection of biomolecules at liquid-liquid interfaces
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This thesis is concerned with the electrochemistry of proteins at liquid-liquid interfaces. Understanding the behaviour of proteins at the liquid-liquid interface is of fundamental importance to the development of liquid-liquid electrochemistry as a viable method for bioanalysis. This thesis explores new avenues of fundamental protein behaviour, including protein surfactant interactions, selective detection of proteins and protein accumulation at the liquid-liquid interface.
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O'Sullivan, S.; Arrigan, Damien (2012)Electrochemistry at liquid–liquid interfaces, or at interfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions ITIES, provides a basis for the non-redox detection of biological molecules, based on ion-transferor adsorption ...
Alvarez de Eulate, Eva; O'Sullivan, S.; Arrigan, Damien (2017)The formation of cytochrome c oligomers was induced at liquid−gel and liquid−liquid interfaces via electroadsorption. At an optimum interfacial potential (Eads=0.975 V), the protein was accumulated at these soft interfaces. ...
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