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10.1002/bit.260260718.abs Candida utilis was grown on a pineapple cannery effluent as the sole carbon and energy source in a chemostat at dilution rates between 0.10 and 0.62 h−1 to determine the growth kinetics. The principal sugars in the effluent were sucrose, glucose, and fructose. The cell...
10.1002/bit.260260704.abs The covalent coupling of an invertase from baker's yeast onto an agricultural by‐product, corn grits, has been developed. The optimal conditions for each step of the chemical modification of the support have been determined: oxidation with sodium metaperiodate,...
10.1002/bit.260260719.abs The products of cellulose hydrolysis, glucose and cellobiose, caused noncompetitive inhibition patterns to be exhibited when Thermomonospora sp. YX cellulase hydrolyzed dyed cellulose. The glucose binding constant, β1, was 0.00683 ± 0.00031 L/g and the cellobiose...
10.1002/bit.260260723.abs Solka Floc BW200 was enzymatically hydrolyzed in a batch reactor using a commercial cellulase preparation. A total of 50 different hydrolysis conditions were run within a 10‐fold range in enzyme concentration and a 30‐fold range in cellulose concentration. The data...
10.1002/bit.260260714.abs The influence of methanol dispersion and fluid mixing upon respiratory patterns observed during unlimited fedbatch growth of the methylotrophic bacterium Methylophilus methylotrophus has been investigated. A concentric tube air‐lift fermenter was employed for which the...
10.1002/bit.260260715.abs Nonuniform enzyme distributions can be obtained by kinetic control of the immobilization process. Such heterogeneous biocatalysts exhibit higher effectiveness compared to conventional immobilization procedures, when the mass transfer of substrates or products is...
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