Nick Yates

Bio-orthogonal conjugation for “wiring” redox-active proteins/enzymes to any conducting surface

About me

I graduated with an MChem from the University of York in 2016.

My project

My main research interests include bio-orthogonal protein modification, the functionalisation of electrode surfaces with biomolecules and the analysis of redox proteins and enzymes using Protein Film Voltammetry. I use a powerful new technique called Fourier Transform Alternating Current Voltammetry (FTacV) to analyse electron transfers in biological systems.


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