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Three types of seaweed—sea lettuce, chigaiso, and agar weed—were used as representatives of green, brown, and red seaweeds, respectively, and methods for obtaining high concentrations of ethanol (bioethanol) from these seaweeds were investigated. Starch, β-1,3-glucan, and cellulose were...
Highlights ► A novel bioaffinity support, Zr(IV)-modified collagen fiber, was prepared and used in the immobilization of catalase. ► The loading enzyme amount and retained activity of immobilized catalase are both at a high lever compared with other related studies. ► The thermal, storage...
Highlights ► The DIC (Détente Instantanée Contrôlée) process was used to pretreat a lignocellulosic biomass through a flash expansion. ► Wheat straw was exposed to a mixture of cellulases (Celluclast) to produce glucose. ► The hydrolysis process resulted in a glucose yield close to 90%...
Highlights ► This is the first report on lipase immobilization on nanostructured tin dioxide. ► The physically adsorbed on nano-SnO 2 lipase from Candida rugosa showed high specific activity. ► The tin dioxide preserved up to 45% of initial enzyme activity after 1-h incubation at pH 10.0....
Efficacy of soil bacterial communities comprising seven different isolates for biodegradation of chlorpyrifos and TCP (3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol), a degradation product of chlorpyrifos, has been investigated. The concentration of chlorpyrifos has ranged from 25 to 200 mg chlorpyrifos/L, and...
Highlights ► Gallic acid is less cytotoxic to human hepatocyte cell line after being coated onto gold nanoparitcles. ► Two phenolic hydroxyls of gallic acid are oxidized to their quinine during the reaction. ► We reveal a new and easier way to illuminate the importance of the phenolic...
The ACE inhibitory activity of a desalted protein hydrolysate from Northern shrimp ( Pandalus borealis ) was studied. Measurements by two independent methods both revealed higher in vitro ACE inhibitory activity, IC 50 = 0.075 and 0.035 mg/ml, respectively, than earlier reported in comparable...
A rational use of native cyanobacteria for diverse biotechnology purposes requires the study of the local abiotic factors that could potentially affect their normal growth. The present study deals with the herbicide bentazon (0.75, 1.5 and 2 mM)-induced changes in lipid profile and antioxidative...
Highlights ► Here, we explore the kinetics and some physicochemical properties of β-amylase from malted finger after purification to homogeneity. ► The enzyme was alkaline stable and has unique; 2DE-MS separated and identified two isoforms of the enzyme with unique amino acid sequence. ►...
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