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Direct electrochemistry of Shewanella oneidensis cytochrome c nitrite reductase: evidence of interactions across the dimeric interface.Academic Article Why?
Direct electrochemistry of tetraheme cytochrome c(554) from Nitrosomonas europaea: redox cooperativity and gating.Academic Article Why?
Perspective: Size selected clusters for catalysis and electrochemistry.Academic Article Why?
Transformations of the FeS Clusters of the Methylthiotransferases MiaB and RimO, Detected by Direct Electrochemistry.Academic Article Why?
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Redox properties of wild-type and heme-binding loop mutants of bacterial cytochromes C measured by direct electrochemistry.Academic Article Why?
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Ability of the Ca2+-selective microelectrodes to measure fast and local Ca2+ transients in nerve cells.Academic Article Why?
An electrochemical model of the transport of charged molecules through the capillary glycocalyx.Academic Article Why?
DNA-PEG-DNA triblock macromolecules for reagentless DNA detection.Academic Article Why?
Enzyme electrokinetics: using protein film voltammetry to investigate redox enzymes and their mechanisms.Academic Article Why?
Fabrication of cross-linked polyethyleneimine microfibers by reactive electrospinning with in situ photo-cross-linking by UV radiation.Academic Article Why?
Geobacter sulfurreducens cytochrome c peroxidases: electrochemical classification of catalytic mechanisms.Academic Article Why?
Methionine ligand lability of type I cytochromes c: detection of ligand loss using protein film voltammetry.Academic Article Why?
Phonon-assisted electroluminescence from metallic carbon nanotubes and graphene.Academic Article Why?
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