Protein-Supported RuO2 Nanoparticles with Improved Catalytic Activity, In Vitro Salt Resistance, and Biocompatibility: Colorimetric and Electrochemical Biosensing of Cellular H2O2

Protein-supported nanoparticles have a great significance in scientific and nanotechnology research because of their “green” process, low cost-in-use, good biocompatibility, and some interesting properties

Shao-Bin He; Paramasivam Balasubramanian; Zhi-Wei Chen; Qi Zhang; Qiong-Qiong Zhuang; Hua-Ping Peng; Hao-Hua Deng; Xing-Hua Xia; Wei Chen

2020

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  • Protein-supported nanoparticles have a great significance in scientific and nanotechnology research because of their “green” process, low cost-in-use, good biocompatibility, and some interesting properties
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  • bovine serum albumin turns out to be a crucial factor in promoting the stability of RuO2NPs
  • This work offers a new biosynthesis strategy to obtain BSA-RuO2NPs and sheds light on the sensitive biosensors to monitor the H2O2 secreted from living cells for promising applications in the fields of nanotechnology, biology, biosensors, and medicine
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