Immobilized enzymes


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Concept Info

NAME

Immobilized enzymes

DESCRIPTION

Immobilized enzymes are enzymes that have been attached, either through adsorption or crosslinking, to a solid support for experimentation or industrial purposes; for example, generating large quantities of products through biosynthesis. The inert, water-insoluble calcium alginate, as well as water-soluble matrices, can serve as the immobilization substrate.

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