Bioelectrocatalysis I

Tuesday, May 13, 2014: 08:00-12:20
Floridian Ballroom G, Lobby Level (Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek)
Chairs:
Gautam Gupta and Shelley D. Minteer
08:00
970
Controlling Local Substrate Concentrations in Multi-Enzyme Complexes
I. Wheeldon, Y. Gao, and J. L. Lin (University of California, Riverside)
08:40
971
Immobilization of Glucose Oxidase on 4-(pyrrole-1-yl) Benzoic Acid Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for Direct Electrochemistry and Glucose Sensing
B. Kowalewska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry) and K. Jakubow (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw)
09:00
972
Mechanistic Aspects of Multistep Bioelectrocatalytic Oxidation of Fuels
S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)
09:40
Break
10:00
974
Polymers Based on Sulfonated Polyanillines for Direct Electron Transfer with (PQQ)GDH and Application in Carbon Nanostructure-Based Biofuel Cells
F. Lisdat, D. Sarauli, V. Scherbahn, G. GŲbel, M. Putze (Wildau Technical University of Applied Sciences, Biosystems Technology), T. Heinlein, and J. J. Schneider (Technische Universitšt Darmstadt, Fachbereich Chemie, Anorganische Chemie)
10:20
975
Enhanced Enzyme-Electrode Interface Interactions in Bioanodes Based on PQQ-Dependent Enzymes
S. Babanova (University of New Mexico, Center for Emerging Energy Technologies), I. Matanovic, R. Tufaro, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)
10:40
976
Electron Transfer Reactions and Stability of Bio-Anodes with PQQ-Dependent Dehydrogenases
R. J. Lopez, S. Babanova, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico, Center for Emerging Energy Technologies)
11:00
977
Layered Protein Assemblies on Electrodes Exploiting Multistep Electron Transfer Chains for Dual Analyte Detection
S. Feifel, A. Kapp (Wildau Technical University of Applied Sciences, Biosystems Technology), R. Ludwig (University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Department of Food Sciences and Technology), and F. Lisdat (Wildau Technical University of Applied Sciences, Biosystems Technology)
11:20
978
Rational Design of Redox Mediators for Application to Enzymatic Fuel Cells
P. Kavanagh (National University of Ireland, Galway)
11:40
979
Glycerol Oxidation By NAD+-Dependent Enzymatic Systems
C. W. NarvŠez Villarrubia and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico, Center for Emerging Energy Technologies)
12:00
980
Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanosheets As Immobilization Supports for Enzyme Bio-Electrocatalysis
Y. Umasankar (The University of Georgia), D. B. Brooks, B. Brown, Z. Zhou (Luna Innovations Inc., Luna nanoWorks Division, Danville, VA 24541, USA), and R. P. Ramasamy (The University of Georgia)