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- Wang, Xiao-Ze, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biochemical engineering journal 2019 v.148 pp. 57-64
- antioxidants; ascorbic acid; bioenergy; dopamine; electrochemistry; electron transfer; engineering; epinephrine; gallic acid; humans; microbial fuel cells; quantitative analysis; redox potential; riboflavin; stress response
- ... This first-attempt study provided novel electrochemical exploration via microbial fuel cells (MFCs), suggesting why catecholamine hormone-neurotransmitters epinephrine (EP) and dopamine (DA) could effectively trigger acute stress responses for humans. According to bioelectrochemical engineering, EP and DA are ortho-diphydroxyl (o-diOH) substituent(s)-bearing electron shuttles (ESs) that could effe ...