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Conductance Switching In Single Wired Redox Proteins.

J. M. Artés, M. López-Martinez, I. Díez-Pérez, F. Sanz, P. Gorostiza
Published 2014 · Medicine, Chemistry

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and single-molecule char-acteristics. Finding out whether such switching events can also be observed in redox proteins, and what their contribu-tion to the average electrochemical behavior is, could help to understand the mechanisms behind biological ET processes, as well as lead to the designing of reliable devices based on individual or small assemblies of molecules. In single-azurin studies, deviations from the average redox behavior have been observed in current–time traces of ‘wired’ junctions by ECSTM.
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