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Autors: Gieva, E. E., Rusev, R. P., Angelov, G. V., Radonov, R. I., Hristov, M. H., Takov, T. B.
Title: Proteins application in electronics
Keywords: bioelectronics, proteins, PYP, GFP, bacteriorhodopsin

Abstract: Molecular bioelectronics is well recognized in exploiting organic and biologic materials for electronic and optical-electronic devices. In this paper, a number of biological processes that could be used in molecular bioelectronic devices, optical memories and energy conversion are described. The objects of the research are three proteins Photoactive Yellow Protein, Green Fluorescence Protein, Bacteriorhodopsin and their characteristic and applications.

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Issue
Nanoscience & Nanotechnology – Nanostructured materials application and innovation transfer, issue 13, pp. 181 - 186, 2013, Bulgaria, ISSN 1313-8995

Вид: статия в списание, публикация в реферирано издание

Въведена от: доц. д-р Росен Иванов Радонов