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Living and Conducting: Coating Individual Bacterial Cells with In Situ Formed Polypyrrole

Living and Conducting: Coating Individual Bacterial Cells with In Situ Formed Polypyrrole
Jun-Jie Zhu, Qichun Zhang, Bin Cao, Joachim Say Chye Loo, YiChao Wu, Jian Xie, Rong-Bin Song, Jian-Rong Zhang, Chuan Hao Tan, Zong-Qiong Lin
Coating individual bacteria cells with in situ formed polypyrrole is described by J. S. C. Loo, B. Cao, J. R. Zhang, J. J. Zhu, et al. in their Communication (DOI: 10.1002/anie.201704729). The coated polypyrrole can serve as a conductive medium as well as a protecting layer. Enhanced direct contact-based extracellular electron transfer and improved viability of bacterial cells are observed when polypyrrole-coated exoelectrogenic bacteria are employed as an anode in microbial fuel cells.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201706568

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