Synthesis and characterization of polyaniline based magnetically separable nanomaterials for catalase immobilization
ByL.H. Jin, Y. Li & J.H. Lee
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Polyaniline is a conducting polymer with good stability under normal conditions and has been developed for a variety of purposes. Its electrochemical properties allow Polyaniline Nanomaterials (PANI) to be used to immobilize biomolecules and perform rapid electron transfer for the fabrication of high sensitivity biosensors. The development of PANI nanostructured materials has become more affordable for a broader range of applications, such as bioconversion, bioremediation, and biosensors [1-8].