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goldZum Golde drängt, am Golde hängt doch alles.
For gold contend, On gold depend All things.

J. W. Goethe, Faust I

The element gold has many personalities, of which the image of a noble but soft, yellow metal would first across one's mind. The recently discovered nanoparticles and nanowires containing gold are a natural extension of this aspect, as are the uses of gold in electronics and decoration. Thought to be noble, gold actually has a rich chemistry. Fascinating in its complexity for academic chemists, this chemistry has potential applications in materials science, medicine and, recently, in both heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis. Some fresh promises are related to the optical properties of certain gold compounds or to the possibility of forming new nanostructures based on gold. The unique properties of gold are strongly influenced by relativistic effects.

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Gold Nano Particle and Reduced Graphene Oxide Composite Modified Carbon Paste Electrode for the Ultra Trace Detection of Arsenic (III)

Gold Nano Particle and Reduced Graphene Oxide Composite Modified Carbon Paste Electrode for the Ultra Trace Detection of Arsenic (III)

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Srikant Sahoo, Prasanta Kumar Sahoo, Ashis Kumar Satpati
Electroanalysis, February 16, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600676. Read article

Simultaneous AuIII Extraction and In Situ Formation of Polymeric Membrane-Supported Au Nanoparticles: A Sustainable Process with Application in Catalysis

Simultaneous AuIII Extraction and In Situ Formation of Polymeric Membrane‐Supported Au Nanoparticles: A Sustainable Process with Application in Catalysis

Easy transport: A polymeric membrane-supported gold nanoparticle (AuNP) catalyst is prepared on the basis of the extraction and in situ reduction of AuIII in one stage achieved by a facilitated transport system. This process is a synergic phenomenon in which all the membrane components are involved. The catalysts allow 95.4 % reduction of 4-nitrophenol in aqueous solution in 25 min and provides catalysis and separation in the same stage.

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Lucía Mora-Tamez, Vicente Esquivel-Peña, Ana L. Ocampo, Eduardo Rodríguez de San Miguel, Daniel Grande, Josefina de Gyves
ChemSusChem, February 15, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201601883. Read article

In Vivo Gold Complex Catalysis within Live Mice

In Vivo Gold Complex Catalysis within Live Mice

The first metal-catalyzed reaction that proceeds within live mice is based on a targeting approach with glycans. Glycoalbumin–AuIII complexes can be accumulated in specific organs where they catalyze amide bond formation between a propargyl ester probe and amine groups on nearby proteins. The selective targeting was confirmed by whole body fluorescence imaging and analysis of dissected tissues.

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Kazuki Tsubokura, Kenward K. H. Vong, Ambara R. Pradipta, Akihiro Ogura, Sayaka Urano, Tsuyoshi Tahara, Satoshi Nozaki, Hirotaka Onoe, Yoichi Nakao, Regina Sibgatullina, Almira Kurbangalieva, Yasuyoshi Watanabe, Katsunori Tanaka
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., February 15, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/anie.201610273. Read article

Rationally Designed Blue Triplet Emitting Gold(III) Complexes Based on a Phenylpyridine-Derived Framework

Rationally Designed Blue Triplet Emitting Gold(III) Complexes Based on a Phenylpyridine‐Derived Framework

A true blue! Blue-emitting gold(III) complexes have been achieved through rational modifications of the phenylpyridine ligand scaffold (see figure). One complex shows an excellent quantum efficiency of 28 % and high stability, which indicates that these complexes have potential in OLED applications. The results of a DFT study support the photophysical properties observed spectroscopically.

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Michael Bachmann, Jasmin Terreni, Olivier Blacque, Koushik Venkatesan
Chem. Eur. J., February 14, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/chem.201605567. Read article

Electrochemical Detection of FAM134B Mutations in Oesophageal Cancer Based on DNA-Gold Affinity Interactions

Electrochemical Detection of FAM134B Mutations in Oesophageal Cancer Based on DNA‐Gold Affinity Interactions

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Md. Hakimul Haque, Md. Nazmul Islam, Farhadul Islam, Vinod Gopalan, Nam-Trung Nguyen, Alfred K. Lam, Muhammad J. A. Shiddiky
Electroanalysis, February 09, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201700039. Read article

Organic Molecular Layer with High Electrochemical Bistability: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of a Dynamic Redox System with Lipoate Units for Binding to Au(111)

Organic Molecular Layer with High Electrochemical Bistability: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of a Dynamic Redox System with Lipoate Units for Binding to Au(111)

Show me your bits! Reversible C−C bond formation/cleavage on gold was induced electrochemically on a layer of acridan-based electron donor 1 that was transformed into acridinium 22+. Due to its high electrochemical bistability, this dynamic redox pair may be useful as a unimolecular memory unit, in which one molecule acts as one bit.

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Eisuke Ohta, Hiromitsu Uehara, Ying Han, Kazuhisa Wada, Hidenori Noguchi, Ryo Katoono, Yusuke Ishigaki, Hiroshi Ikeda, Kohei Uosaki, Takanori Suzuki
ChemPlusChem, February 08, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600649. Read article

Synthesis, Characterization, and Antimicrobial Activity of Near-IR Photoactive Functionalized Gold Multibranched Nanoparticles

Synthesis, Characterization, and Antimicrobial Activity of Near‐IR Photoactive Functionalized Gold Multibranched Nanoparticles

Lightning attack: Surface-modified gold multibranched nanoparticles (AuMs) are prepared through the simple chemical reduction of gold chloride aqueous solution followed by in situ modification using water-soluble arenediazonium tosylates with different functional organic groups. The antibacterial effect of surface-modified AuMs is evaluated by using Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus epidermidis bacteria under IR light illumination and without external triggering. Strong plasmon resonance on the AuMs cups leads to a significant reduction of the light power needed to kill bacteria.

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Yevgeniya Kalachyova, Anasiya Olshtrem, Olga A. Guselnikova, Pavel S. Postnikov, Roman Elashnikov, Pavel Ulbrich, Silvie Rimpelova, Václav Švorčík, Oleksiy Lyutakov
ChemistryOpen, February 07, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/open.201600159. Read article

Light-Triggered Inactivation of Enzymes with Photothermal Nanoheaters

Light‐Triggered Inactivation of Enzymes with Photothermal Nanoheaters

A universal method for inactivating enzymes on demand is introduced, which involves irradiating nanorod-bound enzymes with near-infrared light. The subsequent generation of plasmonic heat denatures the enzymes selectively without damaging other proteins or cell membranes present in the same solution.

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Sebastian A. Thompson, Sureyya Paterson, Marwa M. M. Azab, Alastair W. Wark, Roberto de la Rica
Small, February 02, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201603195. Read article

Specific Photothermal Ablation Therapy of Endometriosis by Targeting Delivery of Gold Nanospheres

Specific Photothermal Ablation Therapy of Endometriosis by Targeting Delivery of Gold Nanospheres

The specific photothermal therapy based on EphB4 receptor targeted hollow gold nanospheres (HAuNS) significantly inhibits the growth of the endometriotic volume and induces the atrophy of the endometriosis with no detectable toxicity to the normal organs. The level of TNF-α and estradiol also decreased in the lesions, indicating that the treatment enabled a recovery from hormonal imbalance and inflammatory injury.

[Full Paper]
Xiaomeng Guo, Wei Li, Jialin Zhou, Wanqing Hou, Xue Wen, Hanbo Zhang, Fenfen Kong, Lihua Luo, Qingpo Li, Yongzhong Du, Jian You
Small, February 01, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201603270. Read article

Controlled Gold Nanorod Reorientation and Hexagonal Order in Micromolded Gold Nanorod@pNIPAM Microgel Chain Arrays

Controlled Gold Nanorod Reorientation and Hexagonal Order in Micromolded Gold Nanorod@pNIPAM Microgel Chain Arrays

Gold nanorod@poly-(N-isopropylacrylamide) hybrid microgels are assembled into periodically aligned chains, exhibiting a hexagonal structure and anisotropic optical response. The manufacturing process involves a micromolding procedure providing ordered large-scale transfer of hybrid microgels onto solid substrates. A hexagonal arrangement was found from small-angle X-ray scattering. Mechanical confinement enables global control of gold nanorod orientation causing optical anisotropy.

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Tom Wagner, Alexander Nedilko, Malte Linn, Dmitry N. Chigrin, Gero von Plessen, Alexander Böker
Small, February 01, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201603054. Read article

Amperometric Glucose Biosensor Based on Electrochemically Deposited Gold Nanoparticles Covered by Polypyrrole

Amperometric Glucose Biosensor Based on Electrochemically Deposited Gold Nanoparticles Covered by Polypyrrole

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Natalija German, Arunas Ramanavicius, Almira Ramanaviciene
Electroanalysis, February 01, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600680. Read article

Platinum Overgrowth on Gold Multipod Nanoparticles: Investigation of Synergistic Catalytic Effects in a Bimetallic Nanosystem

Platinum Overgrowth on Gold Multipod Nanoparticles: Investigation of Synergistic Catalytic Effects in a Bimetallic Nanosystem

Layer it on: The facile and effective fabrication of bimetallic core–shell nanostructures (GMN@Pt NPs) through the controllable overgrowth of platinum on as-prepared gold multipod nanoparticles (GMNs) is reported. GMN@Pt NPs with morphological anisotropy and optimized Pt shells exhibit significantly enhanced catalytic activities towards 4-nitrophenol reduction and ethanol electrooxidation.

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Youngseo Moon, Hien Duy Mai, Hyojong Yoo
ChemNanoMat, February 01, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600322. Read article

Colorimetric Detection of Hg2+ Based on the Growth of Aptamer-Coated AuNPs: The Effect of Prolonging Aptamer Strands

Colorimetric Detection of Hg2+ Based on the Growth of Aptamer‐Coated AuNPs: The Effect of Prolonging Aptamer Strands

A versatile and sensitive colorimetric aptasensor for Hg2+ detection based on aptamer–target specific binding and target-mediated growth of aptamer-coated gold nanoparticles.

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Lulu Tan, Zhengbo Chen, Chi Zhang, Xiangcong Wei, Tianhong Lou, Yan Zhao
Small, January 31, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201603370. Read article

Interference-Free Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Tags for Single-Cell Molecular Imaging with a High Signal-to-Background Ratio

Interference‐Free Surface‐Enhanced Raman Scattering Tags for Single‐Cell Molecular Imaging with a High Signal‐to‐Background Ratio

An interference-free surface-enhanced Raman scattering tag is constructed to profile the expression of cancer biomarkers at the single-cell level. The Raman tags present a strong and sharp peak in the cellular Raman-silent region, significantly diminishing the background interference. Moreover, the reporters are embedded in the layered gold nanoparticles, avoiding desorption and enzymatic degradation in physiological conditions.

[Communication]
Sisi Ma, Qiang Li, Yongmei Yin, Jie Yang, Dingbin Liu
Small, January 31, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/smll.201603340. Read article

Temperature-Induced Phase Transition Characterization of Responsive Polymer Brushes Grafted onto Nanoparticles

Temperature‐Induced Phase Transition Characterization of Responsive Polymer Brushes Grafted onto Nanoparticles

Temperature-induced phase transition parameters of PNIPAm free polymer and brushes onto Au nanorods are measured using high-resolution magic-angle sample spinning NMR spectroscopy and a two-phase model.

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Sjören Schweizerhof, Dan Eugen Demco, Ahmed Mourran, Helmut Keul, Radu Fechete, Martin Möller
Macromol. Chem. Phys., January 31, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/macp.201600495. Read article

A Dual-Modal SERS/Fluorescence Gold Nanoparticle Probe for Mitochondrial Imaging

A Dual‐Modal SERS/Fluorescence Gold Nanoparticle Probe for Mitochondrial Imaging

Go for gold! Gold nanoparticles that were functionalised with a thiol rhodamine derivative serve as a multimodal probe for cellular imaging. The normal pH-dependent fluorescence of rhodamine is inversed, with higher emission observed at high pH. The probe was shown to localise in the mitochondria.

[Communication]
Charlotte J. Eling, Thomas W. Price, Addison R. L. Marshall, Francesco Narda Viscomi, Peter Robinson, George Firth, Ali M. Adawi, Jean-Sebastien G. Bouillard, Graeme J. Stasiuk
ChemPlusChem, January 31, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600593. Read article

Air/Water Interfacial Formation of “Clean” Tiny AuNPs Anchored Densely on CNT Film for Electrocatalytic Alcohol Oxidation

Air/Water Interfacial Formation of “Clean” Tiny AuNPs Anchored Densely on CNT Film for Electrocatalytic Alcohol Oxidation

Tiny gold nanoparticles without any surfactant are synthesized via air/water interfacial reaction to be anchored in suit on the surfaces of supported carbon nanotubes in high density. The resultant 2D Janus freestanding composite films exhibit efficient electrocatalytic ability for alcohol oxidation, mainly due to abundant active sites and facile electron transfer.

[Communication]
Lei Zhang, Yingzhou Tao, Peng Xiao, Liwei Dai, Liping Song, Youju Huang, Jiawei Zhang, Shiao-Wei Kuo, Tao Chen
Adv. Mater. Interfaces, January 27, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/admi.201601105. Read article

Cathodized Gold Nanoparticle-Modified Graphite Pencil Electrode for Non-Enzymatic Sensitive Voltammetric Detection of Glucose

Cathodized Gold Nanoparticle‐Modified Graphite Pencil Electrode for Non‐Enzymatic Sensitive Voltammetric Detection of Glucose

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Abdel-Nasser Kawde, Md. Abdul Aziz, Manal El-Zohri, Nadeem Baig, Nurudeen Odewunmi
Electroanalysis, January 26, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600709. Read article

Colloidal Gold Nanoclusters Spiked Silica Fillers in Mixed Matrix Coatings: Simultaneous Detection and Inhibition of Healthcare-Associated Infections

Colloidal Gold Nanoclusters Spiked Silica Fillers in Mixed Matrix Coatings: Simultaneous Detection and Inhibition of Healthcare‐Associated Infections

A smart mixed-matrix coating is prepared comprising colloidal lysozyme-templated gold nanoclusters gating antimicrobial-loaded silica nanoparticles (MSN-AuNCs@lys) as nano-fillers in an amphiphilic polymer matrix. MSN-AuNCs@lys disperses homogenously within the polymer matrix with no phase separation and zero NP leaching. The mixed-matrix coating can successfully sense and inhibit bacterial contamination via a controlled release mechanism that is only triggered by bacteria.

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Shahad K. Alsaiari, Mohammed A. Hammami, Jonas G. Croissant, Haneen W. Omar, Pradeep Neelakanda, Tahir Yapici, Klaus-Viktor Peinemann, Niveen M. Khashab
Adv. Healthcare Mater., January 25, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201601135. Read article

Low-Dose Prostate Cancer Brachytherapy with Radioactive Palladium–Gold Nanoparticles

Low‐Dose Prostate Cancer Brachytherapy with Radioactive Palladium–Gold Nanoparticles

Radioactive nanoparticles (103Pd:Pd@Au-PEG and 103Pd:Pd@198Au:Au-PEG) are developed as a new alternative to brachytherapy seed implants. Schematic representation of current millimeter-size seed implantation (left) and proposed radioactive Pd@Au NPs (right) for the treatment of prostate cancer.

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Myriam Laprise-Pelletier, Jean Lagueux, Marie-France Côté, Thomas LaGrange, Marc-André Fortin
Adv. Healthcare Mater., January 24, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201601120. Read article

Cell and Cell-Free Mechanistic Studies on Two Gold(III) Complexes with Proven Antitumor Properties

Cell and Cell‐Free Mechanistic Studies on Two Gold(III) Complexes with Proven Antitumor Properties

Two Au–dithiocarbamato complexes are promising anticancer agents. Spectrometric studies revealed different patterns of interaction with HSA and ctDNA as model biomolecules, likely due to differences in redox chemistry. One complex was tested against A549 lung carcinoma cells using an xCELLigence Real-Time Cell Analysis system; measures of impedance by non-invasive Au microelectrodes showed that the complex inhibits cell proliferation after only 4 h.

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Chiara Nardon, Giulia Boscutti, Chiara Gabbiani, Lara Massai, Nicolò Pettenuzzo, Ambrogio Fassina, Luigi Messori, Dolores Fregona
Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., January 23, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201601215. Read article

A Gold Nanoparticles–Enhanced Carbon Nanotubes Electrochemical Chiral Sensor

A Gold Nanoparticles–Enhanced Carbon Nanotubes Electrochemical Chiral Sensor

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Lisha Chen, Shuai Liu, Fengxia Chang, Xia Xie, Zhiwei Zhu
Electroanalysis, January 20, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600747. Read article

Catalytic Activity of Gold(I) Complexes with Hemilabile P,N Ligands

Catalytic Activity of Gold(I) Complexes with Hemilabile P,N Ligands

Midas touch: Complexes of the type [Au2{μ(P,N)-L}2][X]2 (X=NTf2 or SbF6 in which Tf=trifluoromethanesulfonate; L=1′-(diphenylphosphanyl)-1-cyanoferrocene or 2-(diphenylphosphanyl)benzonitrile) have been found to be easy to handle and versatile precatalysts for various gold(I)-catalyzed reactions (see scheme).

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Bastien Michelet, David Lebœuf, Christophe Bour, Karel Škoch, Filip Horký, Petr Štěpnička, Vincent Gandon
ChemPlusChem, January 20, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600562. Read article

Colloidal Alchemy: Conversion of Polystyrene Nanoclusters into Gold

Colloidal Alchemy: Conversion of Polystyrene Nanoclusters into Gold

An efficient recipe for converting highly symmetrical multipod-like silica polystyrene clusters into silica/gold replicas has been developed. These clusters may be produced on a large scale, as the templates are readily fabricated in gram quantities.

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Cyril Chomette, Mona Tréguer-Delapierre, Nicholas B. Schade, Vinothan N. Manoharan, Olivier Lambert, Jean-Christophe Taveau, Serge Ravaine, Etienne Duguet
ChemNanoMat, December 30, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600315. Read article

Electrochemical Detection of Thioether-Based Fluorosurfactants in Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF)

Electrochemical Detection of Thioether‐Based Fluorosurfactants in Aqueous Film‐Forming Foam (AFFF)

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Cheng Fanga, Mallavarapu Megharaj, Ravi Naidu
Electroanalysis, December 29, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600724. Read article

Gold Nanoparticles Stabilized in β-Cyclodextrin and Decorated with Laccase Applied in the Construction of a Biosensor for Rutin

Gold Nanoparticles Stabilized in β‐Cyclodextrin and Decorated with Laccase Applied in the Construction of a Biosensor for Rutin

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Patricia Brugnerotto, Tânia Regina Silva, Daniela Brondani, Eduardo Zapp, Iolanda Cruz Vieira
Electroanalysis, December 28, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/elan.201600697. Read article

Intracellular Microreactors as Artificial Organelles to Conduct Multiple Enzymatic Reactions Simultaneously

Intracellular Microreactors as Artificial Organelles to Conduct Multiple Enzymatic Reactions Simultaneously

Polymer capsules entrapping liposomes and fluorescent gold nanoclusters which are able to conduct multiple enzymatic reactions simultaneously represent a powerful tool toward the creation of artificial organelles. Artificial organelles have the potential to supply new or missing enzymatic function in cells, adding a novel paradigm in biomedicine.

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María Godoy-Gallardo, Cédric Labay, Michelle M. T. Jansman, Pramod K. Ek, Leticia Hosta-Rigau
Adv. Healthcare Mater., December 22, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201601190. Read article

Using a Vapor-Phase Surfactant to Control Gold Metal Plate Growth

Using a Vapor‐Phase Surfactant to Control Gold Metal Plate Growth

Tetrahydrothiophene (THT) is used as a surfactant to control gold metal chemical vapor deposition. The gold precursor is an amidogold(I) carbene, and THT is in competition with the carbene ligand as a surfactant. Modelling shows that THT is the superior surfactant, and judicial choice of temperature and THT pressure produces large (20 µm2), planar, single crystalline plates with a (111) orientation.

[Full Paper]
Weipeng Zhang, Gangotri Dey, David J. Mandia, Seán T. Barry
Adv. Mater. Interfaces, December 05, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/admi.201600864. Read article

Immobilization of Redox Enzymes on Nanoporous Gold Electrodes: Applications in Biofuel Cells

Immobilization of Redox Enzymes on Nanoporous Gold Electrodes: Applications in Biofuel Cells

Enzymatic fuel cells: Nanoporous gold (NPG) electrodes with tunable pore size from 5 to 60 nm were prepared and utilized for the immobilization of bilirubin oxidase (BOx) and glucose dehydrogenase (GDH) for use in biofuel cells. The devices with NPG-confined enzymes show high power outputs and enhanced long-term operation and storage stability, an improvement associated with the physical confinement of the enzyme within the porous network (see figure).

[Full Paper]
Till Siepenkoetter, Urszula Salaj-Kosla, Xinxin Xiao, Peter Ó Conghaile, Marcos Pita, Roland Ludwig, Edmond Magner
ChemPlusChem, November 25, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600455. Read article

Direct Electron Transfer of Cellobiose Dehydrogenase on Positively Charged Polyethyleneimine Gold Nanoparticles

Direct Electron Transfer of Cellobiose Dehydrogenase on Positively Charged Polyethyleneimine Gold Nanoparticles

Direct route: An approach for lactose biosensing is reported. The biosensor is based on the direct electron transfer from cellobiose dehydrogenase from Phanerochaete sordida electrostatically attached onto gold electrodes premodified with polyethyleneimine-capped gold nanoparticles (see figure).

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Mojtaba Tavahodi, Roberto Ortiz, Christopher Schulz, Ali Ekhtiari, Roland Ludwig, Behzad Haghighi, Lo Gorton
ChemPlusChem, October 26, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600453. Read article

Bioinspired Rose-Petal-Like Substrates Generated by Electropolymerization on Micropatterned Gold Substrates

Bioinspired Rose‐Petal‐Like Substrates Generated by Electropolymerization on Micropatterned Gold Substrates

Rosy outlook: Bioinspired rose-petal-like substrates with extremely high water adhesion have been generated by combining micropatterning and electropolymerization (see figure). The micropatterning specifications (pillar diameter and pitch) and the electropolymerization parameters were found to be key to obtaining both high water apparent contact angles and a high hysteresis.

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Thierry Darmanin, Radoslaw Bombera, Pascal Colpo, Andrea Valsesia, Jean-Pierre Laugier, François Rossi, Frédéric Guittard
ChemPlusChem, October 12, 2016, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201600387. Read article

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