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Sabine Sané, Prof. Dr. Claude Jolivalt, Dr. Gerhard Mittler, Dr. Peter J. Nielsen, Stefanie Rubenwolf, Prof. Dr. Roland Zengerle and Dr. Sven Kerzenmacher Overcoming Bottlenecks of Enzymatic Biofuel Cell Cathodes: Crude Fungal Culture Supernatant Can Help to Extend Lifetime and Reduce Cost ChemSusChem 6

Article first published online: 25 JUN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201300205

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Using microorganisms for enzymatic biofuel cells: Enzymes in crude culture supernatant of the fungus Trametes versicolor are used at an enzymatic biofuel cell cathode without further purification. The lifetime of an enzymatic cathode can be extended by resupplying fresh enzymes from the crude culture supernatant. This can enable the development of a simple, mediatorless, and cost-efficient enzymatic biofuel cell cathode with an extended lifetime.

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