Kinetic aspects of glucose oxidation by Gluconobacter oxydans cells immobilized in calcium alginate View Full Text


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DATE

1983-01

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J. Tramper, K. Ch. A. M. Luyben, W. J. J. van den Tweel

ABSTRACT

Gluconobacter oxydans subspecies suboxydans (ATCC 621 H), when growing at high glucose concentrations, oxidizes this substrate incompletely and gluconic acid accumulates in the medium in almost stoichiometric amounts. Such cells were harvested and entrapped in various alginate gels. The preparation with the highest retention of glucose oxidizing activity was used in further studies with the aim of developing an efficient process for continuous gluconic acid production. The retention of activity increases (up to 95%) as the alginate concentration in the gel decreases or the cell/alginate weight ratio is enhanced. In the latter case, however, transport of oxygen to and inside the biocatalyst beads rapidly becomes rate-limiting and thus lowers the efficiency of the biocatalyst. Similarly, the efficiency decreases as the size of the biocatalyst beads increases. In no case rate-limitation by transport of glucose was found. Thus, biocatalyst activity per unit volume of support, diameter of the biocatalyst beads, and aeration efficiency are important parameters for reactor design. More... »

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13-18

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