PMID: 6352431Jan 1, 1983

Immobilized cells

Folia Microbiologica
V Vojtísek, V Jirků

Abstract

Three basic types of immobilization (i.e. without carrier, entrapment and immobilization on the carrier surface) of microbial cells, nonmicrobial cell populations and subcellular organelles are reviewed. These are further developed into a number of combined and less frequently used techniques of immobilization and application of cell biocatalysts for industrial biotransformation in pharmacy, food industry and agriculture, including novel approached and some unpublished authors' results.

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