Vol. 8, №2, 2016


Oleg V. Gradov

Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.inepcp.ru
117829 Moscow, Russian Federation
Margaret A. Gradova
Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.chph.ras.ru
119991 Moscow, Russian Federation
Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, http://www.inepcp.ru
117829 Moscow, Russian Federation

Received 14.11.2016
Abstract. The prospects of application of graphene and related structures as the membrane mimetic materials, capable of reproducing several biomembrane functions up to the certain limit, are analyzed in the series of our papers. This paper considers the possibility of the ion channel function modeling using graphene and its derivatives. The physical mechanisms providing selective permeability for different membrane mimetic materials, as well as the limits of the adequate simulation of the transport, catalytic, sensing and electrogenic properties of the cell membrane ion channels using bilayered graphene-based structures are discussed.

Keywords: ion channels, graphene, channel mimetics, nanopores, kapillarchemie, size-dependent electrochemistry, electric double-layer capacitor, ISFET & ChemFET

PACS: 81.05.ue

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