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Electrochemistry Communications
Volume 124, 2021, 106931

Polymer coating for improved redox-polymer-mediated enzyme electrodes: A mini-review

Xinxin Xiaoa, Xiaomei Yana, Edmond Magnerb, Jens Ulstrupa

Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby 2800, Denmark.


Redox polymers have been widely used to facilitate and stabilize bioelectrochemical communication between the active sites of enzymes and electrodes, enabling development of high-performance enzyme electrodes for sensing, provision of power, and in synthesis. This review offers a brief overview of recent efforts in the use of additional polymer layers on top of a redox polymer/enzyme layer, which can both improve the performance and expand the functionality of the resulting bioelectrodes.

Keywords: Polymer coating, Redox polymer, Enzyme electrodes, Mediated electron transfer, Bioelectrochemistry.

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