Some fundamental aspects of the immobilization of a hydrolytic enzyme glucoamylase via adsorption on aminocarboxylic ion-exchangers with fibrous structure were considered. The sorption capacity of amphoteric supports for the enzyme was studied in relation to the time of immobilization, concentration of hydrogen ions and the protein, and the ionic form of a polyelectrolyte. The catalytic properties of free and immobilized enzymes were compared.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 25, 2005
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