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Due to current antibiotic resistance worldwide, there is an urgent need to find new alternative antibacterial approaches capable of dealing with multidrug-resistant pathogens. In fact, the World Health Organization has recently announced the increasing high levels of
Graphene, a 2D carbon material tagged as the “strongest material” that forms a honeycombed lattice structure has found profound application in biomedical field owing to its exciting physico-chemical properties. It has raised global acceptance and enthusiasm in
Immobilization of bilirubin oxidase on graphene oxide for oxygen reduction – when the charge matters
In recent years knowledge from nanotechnology, biotechnology and electrochemistry helped to develop extremely interesting devices – biofuel cells. In such devices, many different biomolecules have been employed for biologically catalyzed energy harvesting from energy rich organic molecules.