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However, while analysis of the electrochemical impedance data was able to show active transport mediated by COX for the first time in a tBLM, the data indicated that the tBLM covered only 70% of the electrode (consequently 30% of the coverage was defective). Improvements are still needed, but the ability to utilize a combination of optical and electrochemical characterization techniques using this model holds promise for its applicability to biosensing technology. View Online 10:59:21. 13 A gold electrode was prepared with a selfassembled monolayer (SAM) of n-octanethiolate, followed by deposition of a redox agent, 1-methoxy-5-methylphenazinium (MMP), as an electron mediator and a biomimetic lipid bilayer of L-a-phosphatidylcholine b-oleoylg-palmitoyl (PCOP) embedded with uricase (urate oxidase, UOx).
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