A hybrid-immobilization method was developed to improve the long-term stability of laminaribiose phosphorylase immobilized on epoxy supports Sepabeads EC-EP/S. Entrapment in chitosan retained all of the enzyme activity depending on the amount of entrapped solid materials and increased half-life by a factor of 10–94.4 h. No enzyme activity loss was determined during 12 times reuse. The immobilization method is also applicable to sucrose phosphorylase immobilized on Sepabeads EC-EP/S. Up to 31.9 g/L laminaribiose were produced in bienzymatic batch experiments with reaction-integrated product separation by adsorption on zeolites.
Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 10, 2017
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