2014 journal article

Nanofibrous membranes for single-step immobilization of hyperthermophilic enzymes


By: C. Tang n, C. Saquing n, P. Sarin n, R. Kelly n & S. Khan n

author keywords: Enzyme immobilization; Nanofibers; Electrospinning; Chemical crosslinking; Hyperthermophilic enzymes
TL;DR: Analysis of this immobilization method indicates that the apparent decrease in specific activity could be attributed to enzyme deactivation arising from the crosslinking reaction, whereas mass transfer limits the apparent activity using alternative two-step immobilization methods. (via Semantic Scholar)
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