Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 3, pp 331–333 | Cite as

L-asparaginase bound in a polyacrylamide gel

  • N. N. Vinogradova
  • I. A. Vina
  • R. A. Zhagat


The enzyme L-asparaginase fromE. coli has been included in polyacrylamide gel, and some of its properties have been investigated: stability, pH dependence, heat stability, Km. It has been shown that the enzymegel obtained has a better stability then the native enzyme.


Native Enzyme Asparaginase DMFA Benzyloxy Benzyloxycarbonyl 


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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1977

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  • N. N. Vinogradova
  • I. A. Vina
  • R. A. Zhagat

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