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Surface-enhanced Resonance Raman Scattering (SERRS) As A Tool For The Studies Of Electron Transfer Proteins Attached To Biomimetic Surfaces: Case Of Cytochrome C

A. Królikowska
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Abstract This review presents the up-to-date knowledge collected on the redox and electron transfer (ET) properties of cytochrome c (cyt c) attached to biomimetic organic films on electrodes with the aid, of surface-enhanced resonance Raman scattering (SERRS). Strategies to attach the cyt c to alkanethiol, self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) coated metals (Ag and Ag/Au hybrids) are described. General, features of SER(R)S spectroscopy and conditions for conducting a meaningful electrochemical SERRS (EC-SERRS) experiment are highlighted. Structural information on SAM and tethered cyt c envisaged with SER(R)S is discussed. A great effort is made to demonstrate a key role of substrate selection, when collecting and comparing SERRS and electrochemical data. Influence of biomimetic linker on structure, orientation and electronic properties of immobilized cyt c is discussed. A principle of probing heterogeneous ET with time-resolved (TR) potential-jump SERRS is explained. Conclusions concerning the mechanism of the ET for cyt c attached to alkanethiol SAM coated gold provided by the insight with SERRS spectroscopy are presented. A special attention is paid to the discussion of the effect of the electric field provided by alkanethiol SAM on protein ET properties and biological function.
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