Enzyme Engineering Volume 2

  • E. Kendall Pye
  • Lemuel B. WingardJr.

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Developments and Challenge of Enzyme Engineering

    1. Lemuel B. Wingard Jr.
      Pages 3-7
  3. 1973 Henniker Delphi Study

    1. Carl-Göran Hedén
      Pages 9-14
  4. Enzymes: Regulation and New Sources

  5. New Purification Techniques

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 41-41
    2. P. Dunnill, M. D. Lilly
      Pages 43-45
    3. N. G. Anderson, D. W. Holladay, J. E. Caton, J. W. Holleman
      Pages 47-54
    4. T. Maciag, M. K. Weibel, E. K. Pye
      Pages 55-62
    5. Short Report

  6. New Immobilization Techniques and Supports

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 65-65
    2. H. D. Brown, G. J. Bartling, S. K. Chattopadhyay
      Pages 83-90
    3. A. C. Olson, W. L. Stanley
      Pages 91-96
    4. L. Goldstein, A. Freeman, M. Sokolovsky
      Pages 97-104
    5. S. S. Wang, W. R. Vieth, A. Constantinides
      Pages 123-129
    6. Short Report

      1. H. Samejima, K. Kimura
        Pages 131-135
  7. Immobilized Multi-Step Enzyme Systems: Physical Methods for Examining Immobilized Enzymes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 141-141
    2. K. Mosbach, B. Mattiasson, S. Gestrelius, P. A. Srere
      Pages 143-152
    3. B. K. Hamilton, J. P. Montgomery, D. I. C. Wang
      Pages 153-159
    4. H. E. Swaisgood, H. R. Horton
      Pages 169-177
    5. Short Report

  8. Use of Immobilized Coenzymes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 183-183
    2. Barry S. Cooperman
      Pages 185-193
    3. R. P. Chambers, J. R. Ford, J. H. Allender, W. H. Baricos, W. Cohen
      Pages 195-202
    4. M. K. Weibel, C. W. Fuller, J. M. Stadel, A. F. E. P. Buckmann, T. Doyle, H. J. Bright
      Pages 203-208
    5. C. R. Gardner, C. K. Colton, R. S. Langer, B. K. Hamilton, M. C. Archer, G. M. Whitesides
      Pages 209-216
    6. G. M. Whitesides, A. Chmurny, P. Garrett, A. Lamotte, C. K. Colton
      Pages 217-222
    7. I. Chibata, T. Tosa, Y. Matuo
      Pages 229-236
    8. K. Mosbach, P.-O. Larsson, P. Brodelius, H. Guilford, M. Lindberg
      Pages 237-242
  9. Reactor Design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 243-243
    2. M. D. Lilly, D. L. Regan, P. Dunnill
      Pages 245-251
    3. C. Horvath, B. A. Solomon
      Pages 259-267
    4. A. H. Emery
      Pages 269-270
    5. D. F. Ollis, R. Carter Jr.
      Pages 271-278
    6. Short Report

  10. Industrial Applications of Immobilized Enzymes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 285-285
    2. W. J. Harper, E. Okos, J. L. Blaisdell
      Pages 287-292

About this book


Considerable worldwide interest has arisen in recent years in the controlled use of enzymes as catalysts in industrial processing, analytical chemistry and medical therapy. This interest has genera­ ted the new interdisciplinary field of Enzyme Engineering, which includes both the scientific and technologic aspects of the produc­ tion, purification, immobilization, and application of enzymes in a variety of situations and reactor configurations. A series of Engineering Foundation conferences on Enzyme Engineering was initia­ ted to provide an international forum for the exchange of ideas and information over the entire range of this new field. The outstanding success of the first two conferences attests to the vigor and poten­ tial of this field to contribute significantly to a better under­ standing and resolution of some of the major problems faced by man­ kind. The first conference, which was held August 9-13, 1971, at Henniker, New Hampshire, U. S. A. , aided significantly in molding the several traditional disciplines that interact to form the field of Enzyme Engineering. The conference was highly successful mainly because many of the key scientists and engineers from the several facets of Enzyme Engineering were brought together for the first time at a single residential meeting. The result was an exchange of ideas and "education" of one another in the pertinent principles of the diverse disciplines which contribute to this field. The second conference, held August 5-10, 1973, at Henniker, New Hampshire, U. S. A.


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Editors and affiliations

  • E. Kendall Pye
    • 1
  • Lemuel B. WingardJr.
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Biochemistry, School of MedicineUniversity of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaUSA
  2. 2.Department of Pharmacology, School of MedicineUniversity of PittsburghPittsburghUSA

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