Immobilized Enzyme Technology

Research and Applications

  • Howard H. Weetall
  • Shuichi Suzuki

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. James R. Ford, Wayne H. Pitcher Jr.
    Pages 17-35
  3. Y. Yokote, K. Kimura, H. Samejima
    Pages 53-67
  4. Yoshiharu Miura, Kazuhisa Miyamoto, Tomoko Fujii, Norimasa Takamatsu, Mitsuo Okazaki
    Pages 73-84
  5. Daniel Thomas, Gerard Gellf
    Pages 85-98
  6. Kozo Nakamura, Yoshiro Mori
    Pages 99-110
  7. Ichiro Chibata, Tetsuya Tosa, Tadashi Sato, Takao Mori, Kozo Yamamoto
    Pages 111-127
  8. Hisaharu Taguchi, Kennichi Suga, Toshiomi Yoshida, Sadayuki Yuda
    Pages 151-167
  9. Takeshi Kobayashi, Kunio Ohmiya, Shoichi Shimizu
    Pages 169-183
  10. Hideo Suzuki, Hidekatsu Maeda, Aizo Yamauchi
    Pages 185-197
  11. R. P. Chambers, G. A. Swan, E. M. Walle, W. Cohen, W. H. Baricos
    Pages 199-223
  12. Shuichi Suzuki, Masuo Aizawa, Isao Karube
    Pages 253-267
  13. H. H. Weetall, W. P. Vann, W. H. Pitcher Jr., D. D. Lee, Y. Y. Lee, G. T. Tsao
    Pages 269-297
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 317-321

About this book


On November 5-8, 1974, a Seminar on Research and De­ velopment of Immobilized Enzymes was held in Tokyo, Japan. The seminar was part of the United States-Japan Cooperative Science Program sponsored jointly by the National Science Foundation and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sci­ ence. The purpose of the seminar was to promote the scienti­ fic exchange of ideas and scien~ific results of a practical nature, as well as academic advances made in both countries through discussion and exchange of ideas. The areas chosen for discussion included: fundamental research in immobilized enzymes, new techniques of enzyme purification, comparative studies on immobilization techni­ ques and the relative merits, chemical engineering aspects of the technology, industrial applications and reactor de­ sign. The discussions and exchange of ideas which took place at the seminar should promote new research and development which we hope will lead to new important advances in enzyme technology. These proceedings represent the summation of the work presented and discussed at the seminar. The editors hope the reader will find them interesting and informative. Howard H. Weeta11 Shuichi Suzuki March, 1975 v Contents Immobilization of Coenzyme B6 and Several B6 Enzymes: Application to Assay or Production of SOU,I;! Amino Acids and to Structure-Function Inter­ relationship Studies of B6 1 Enzymes • • • • • • • Saburo Fukui and Sei-ichiro Ikeda Enzyme Engineering Case Study: Immobilized Lactase • • • • • 17 James R. Ford and Wayne H. Pitcher, Jr.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Howard H. Weetall
    • 1
  • Shuichi Suzuki
    • 2
  1. 1.Research and Development LaboratoryCorning Glass WorksCorningUSA
  2. 2.Research Laboratory of Resources UtilizationTokyo Institute of TechnologyTokyoJapan

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