Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect

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Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect. / Kristensen, J.B.; Olsen, Stefan Møller; Laursen, B.S.; Kragh, K.M.; Poulsen, C.H.; Besenbacher, F.; Meyer, R.L.

In: Biofouling, Vol. 26, No. 2, 2010, p. 141-153.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2010

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Kristensen, JB, Olsen, SM, Laursen, BS, Kragh, KM, Poulsen, CH, Besenbacher, F & Meyer, RL 2010, 'Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect' Biofouling, vol 26, no. 2, pp. 141-153., 10.1080/08927010903384271

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Kristensen, J. B., Olsen, S. M., Laursen, B. S., Kragh, K. M., Poulsen, C. H., Besenbacher, F., & Meyer, R. L. (2010). Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect. Biofouling, 26(2), 141-153. 10.1080/08927010903384271

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Kristensen JB, Olsen SM, Laursen BS, Kragh KM, Poulsen CH, Besenbacher F, Meyer RL. 2010. Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect. Biofouling. 26(2):141-153. Available from: 10.1080/08927010903384271

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Kristensen JB, Olsen SM, Laursen BS, Kragh KM, Poulsen CH, Besenbacher F et al. Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect. Biofouling. 2010;26(2):141-153. Available from: 10.1080/08927010903384271

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Kristensen, J.B.; Olsen, Stefan Møller; Laursen, B.S.; Kragh, K.M.; Poulsen, C.H.; Besenbacher, F.; Meyer, R.L. / Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect.

In: Biofouling, Vol. 26, No. 2, 2010, p. 141-153.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2010

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title = "Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect",
keywords = "antifouling paint, enzyme, environmentally friendly, microfouling, biocide, macrofouling",
publisher = "Taylor & Francis Ltd.",
author = "J.B. Kristensen and Olsen, {Stefan Møller} and B.S. Laursen and K.M. Kragh and C.H. Poulsen and F. Besenbacher and R.L. Meyer",
year = "2010",
doi = "10.1080/08927010903384271",
volume = "26",
number = "2",
pages = "141--153",
journal = "Biofouling",
issn = "0892-7014",

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T1 - Enzymatic generation of hydrogen peroxide shows promising antifouling effect

A1 - Kristensen,J.B.

A1 - Olsen,Stefan Møller

A1 - Laursen,B.S.

A1 - Kragh,K.M.

A1 - Poulsen,C.H.

A1 - Besenbacher,F.

A1 - Meyer,R.L.

AU - Kristensen,J.B.

AU - Olsen,Stefan Møller

AU - Laursen,B.S.

AU - Kragh,K.M.

AU - Poulsen,C.H.

AU - Besenbacher,F.

AU - Meyer,R.L.

PB - Taylor & Francis Ltd.

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - The antifouling (AF) potential of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) produced enzymatically in a coating containing starch, glucoamylase, and hexose oxidase was evaluated in a series of laboratory tests and in-sea field trials. Dissolved H2O2 inhibited bacterial biofilm formation by eight of nine marine Proteobacteria, tested in microtiter plates. However, enzymatically produced H2O2 released from a coating did not impede biofilm formation by bacteria in natural seawater tested in a biofilm reactor. A field trial revealed a noticeable effect of the enzyme system: after immersion in the North Sea for 97 days, the reference coating without enzymes had 35-40 barnacles, 10% area coverage by diatoms and 15% area coverage by tunicates. The enzyme containing coating had only 6-12 barnacles, 10% area coverage by diatoms and no tunicates. The enzyme system had a performance similar to a copper-based commercial coating and thus appears to have potential as a non-persistent AF agent.

AB - The antifouling (AF) potential of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) produced enzymatically in a coating containing starch, glucoamylase, and hexose oxidase was evaluated in a series of laboratory tests and in-sea field trials. Dissolved H2O2 inhibited bacterial biofilm formation by eight of nine marine Proteobacteria, tested in microtiter plates. However, enzymatically produced H2O2 released from a coating did not impede biofilm formation by bacteria in natural seawater tested in a biofilm reactor. A field trial revealed a noticeable effect of the enzyme system: after immersion in the North Sea for 97 days, the reference coating without enzymes had 35-40 barnacles, 10% area coverage by diatoms and 15% area coverage by tunicates. The enzyme containing coating had only 6-12 barnacles, 10% area coverage by diatoms and no tunicates. The enzyme system had a performance similar to a copper-based commercial coating and thus appears to have potential as a non-persistent AF agent.

KW - antifouling paint

KW - enzyme

KW - environmentally friendly

KW - microfouling

KW - biocide

KW - macrofouling

U2 - 10.1080/08927010903384271

DO - 10.1080/08927010903384271

JO - Biofouling

JF - Biofouling

SN - 0892-7014

IS - 2

VL - 26

SP - 141

EP - 153

ER -