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10.1002/bit.260250615.abs A high degree of conversion is desired when lactose is hydrolyzed to glucose and galactose. This produces, however, a high concentration of galactose, which is inhibitory for the enzyme catalyst (β‐galactosidase). The inhibition can be reduced by limiting the...
10.1002/bit.260250604.abs This article deals with the effects of the initial concentration of effector (inhibitor or activator) on the steady‐state approximation of enzyme kinetics. The results could be summarized as follows: (1) In competitive inhibition, the increase in the initial...
10.1002/bit.260250603.abs Microbiological transformation of benzaldehyde accomplished by the fungus Rhodotorula mucilaginosa immobilized in the ultrafiltration cell was studied. A polysulfone membrane formed on a sintered PVC support was used for the separation of the transformation product from...
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10.1002/bit.260250611.abs Cellulose degradation to methane under continuous fermentation conditions was compared using fully mixed, fully mixed with solids return, sludge‐blanket, and fixed‐film fermenters. In fully mixed fermenters, a decrease in hydraulic retention time (HRT) of two weeks...
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