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Immobilization has the potential to make enzyme utilization more cost efficient, but reduced enzymatic activity makes it unfeasible. The purpose of this study was to develop immobilized cellulase systems on silica supports that retain high enzymatic activity. Two of the four systems created...
Optimization of the reaction conditions of two enzymes for use in a carbon sequestration process, and investigation into immobilization via encapsulation within polymersomesDownload
Carbon dioxide emissions from human activities contribute to an increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. In nature, this gas is sequestered through the use of enzymes found in the Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle, with useful molecules such as sugars being synthesized as products. A biomimetic...
Reusability of immobilized cellulases with highly retained enzyme activity and their application for the hydrolysis of model substrates and lignocellulosic biomassDownload
Enzyme immobilization is a promising approach to reduce enzyme cost in lignocellulose-based biorefining. This paper describes the reusability of immobilized cellulases and examines hydrolysis of various components of lignocellulose and industrial lignocellulosic biomass when using immobilized...