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One-Point Covalent Immobilization of Enzymes on Glyoxyl Agarose with Minimal Physico-Chemical Modification: Immobilized "Native Enzymes"

Methods in Molecular Biology

Jan 16, 2020

Jose M GuisanG Fernández-Lorente

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The immobilization of soluble enzymes inside the porous structure of a preexisting support is one of the most interesting techniques to prepare heterogeneous biocatalysts. The main cause of inactivation of these biocatalysts is the distortion of the tridimensional structure of the immob...read more

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Gene Editing
Borohydrides
Structure
glyoxyl agarose
Penicillin G
Lipase
Chemicals
Aldehydes
Adsorption
Tus protein, Bacteria
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One-Point Covalent Immobilization of Enzymes on Glyoxyl Agarose with Minimal Physico-Chemical Modification: Immobilized "Native Enzymes"

Methods in Molecular Biology

Jan 16, 2020

Jose M GuisanG Fernández-Lorente

PMID: 31939116

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-0716-0215-7_4

Abstract

The immobilization of soluble enzymes inside the porous structure of a preexisting support is one of the most interesting techniques to prepare heterogeneous biocatalysts. The main cause of inactivation of these biocatalysts is the distortion of the tridimensional structure of the immob...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Gene Editing
Borohydrides
Structure
glyoxyl agarose
Penicillin G
Lipase
Chemicals
Aldehydes
Adsorption
Tus protein, Bacteria

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