Immobilized biocatalysts an introduction by Winfried Hartmeier

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .

Written in English

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  • Immobilized enzymes -- Industrial applications.,
  • Immobilized enzymes -- Synthesis.

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StatementWinfried Hartmeier ; translated by Joy Wieser.
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LC ClassificationsTP248.E5 H3813 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 212 p. :
Number of Pages212
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Open LibraryOL2525399M
ISBN 100387188088
LC Control Number88000489

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Theoretical Section.- 1 General Principles.- Principles of Biocatalysis.- Structure of Enzymes.- Classification and Nomenclature of Enzymes.- Definition and Classification of Immobilized Biocatalysts.- Reasons for Immobilization.- The History of Immobilization.- Economic Importance.- 2 Methods of Immobilization.- The book now contains about 40% more printed content.

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NOVEL IMMOBILIZED-BIOCATALYST BIOREACTORS FOR PRODUCTION OF FUELS AND CHEMICALS Brian H. Davison, and Nhuan P. Nghiem Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge TN ABSTRACT There are known biocatalytic pathways to produce many common fuels and petrochemicals. These biocatalysts can be either enzymes or living microorganisms.

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Immobilized biocatalysts: an introduction Item Preview remove-circle. TOPIC 4. IMMOBILIZED BIOCATALYST. Properties and Characterization of Immobilized Biocatalysts Properties of Immobilized Enzymes The properties of immobilized enzyme preparations are governed by the properties of both the enzyme and the carrier material.

Due to immobilization, the properties of enzymes will be altered such as catalytic activity with respect to the support matrix. Characterization of Immobilized Biocatalysts Reactors and Processes "In a field that moves as fast as enzyme technology, the educational impact of a new specialized textbook is dependent on the content being completely up to date.

This fourth edition volume expands on the previous editions with new insights on important aspects to take into accounting when immobilizing enzymes and cells, illustrating outstanding examples that support those aspects, and exploring ways to fabricate and characterize heterogeneous biocatalysts including both immobilized enzymes and cells.

He was appointed professor in His research interests focus on the preparation and properties of immobilized enzymes, kinetics of enzymes in organic solvents, and interactions between biocatalysts and heavy metal ions.

Prof. Grunwald is also interested. Immobilized enzymes in bioprocess S. D'Souza Nuclear Agriculture and Biotechnology Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, MumbaiIndia Immobilization of biocatalysts helps in their economic reuse and in the development of continuous bio processes.

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flow bed reactors with immobilized biocatalysts, and the synthesis of saccharide polymers. Volker Kasche, born in Most industrial enzymes (biocatalysts) can be obtained from microorganisms.

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