Prof. Edmond Magner

Magner, Prof. Edmond

Funded Investigator T1 Leader

University of Limerick
  • BSc.(1983), University College, Cork
  • Ph.D. (1988)University of Rochester
Research Interests: 
  • The immobilisation and characterisation of enzymes and proteins at interfaces [1,2,5]
  • The redox properties of enzymes [3,4]
  • The use of enzymes in sensors [1], biofuel cells [4,6] and as biocatalysts [2,5]

[1] Salazar-Alvarez, M., Korostynska, O., Mason, A., Al-Shamma'a, A., Cooney, J.C., Magner, E., Tofail, S.A.M. Label free detection of specific protein binding using a microwave sensor. Analyst, 2014, 135, 5335-38

[2] Abdallah, N.H., Schlumpberger, M., Gaffney, D.A., Hanrahan, J.P., Tobin, J.M., Magner, E. Comparison of mesoporous silicate supports for the immobilisation and activity of cytochrome c and lipase. J. Mol. Cat. B Enz., 2014, 108, 82-88.

[3] Serletti, A., Salaj-Josla, U., Magner, E. The spatial and sequential immobilisation of cytochrome c at adjacent electrodes. Chem. Comm., 2013, 49, 8395-8397

[4] Salaj-Kosla, U., Scanlon, M.D., Baumeister, T., Zahma, K., Ludwig, R., Ó Conghaile, MacAodha, D., Leech, D., Magner, E. Mediated electron transfer of cellobiose dehydrogenase and glucose oxidase at osmium polymer modified nanoporous gold electrodes, Anal. Biol. Chem., 2013, 405, 3823-3830.

[5] Magner E., The Immobilisation of Enzymes on Mesoporous Silicate Materials, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2013, 42, 6213-6222.

[6] Salaj-Kosla, U., Pöller, S., Schuhmann, W., Shleev, S., Magner, E. Direct Electron Transfer of Trametes hirsuta laccase adsorbed at unmodified nanoporous gold electrodes, Bioelectrochem. 2013, 91, 15-20.

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