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Immobilized Enzymes in Food and Microbial Processes

  • Alfred C. Olson
  • Charles L. Cooney

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. T. Richardson, N. F. Olson
    Pages 19-40
  3. J. H. Woychik, M. V. Wondolowski, K. J. Dahl
    Pages 41-49
  4. M. J. Kolarik, B. J. Chen, A. H. Emery Jr., H. C. Lim
    Pages 71-83
  5. Bruce K. Hamilton, Clark K. Colton, Charles L. Cooney
    Pages 85-131
  6. K. L. Smiley, J. A. Boundy, B. T. Hofreiter, S. P. Rogovin
    Pages 133-147
  7. Bruce K. Hamilton, Colin R. Gardner, C. K. Colton
    Pages 205-224
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 259-268

About this book

Introduction

In the last five years the potential value of immobilized enzymes has captured the imagination of an increasing number of scientists and engineers. The concept of being able to create an immobilized derivative of an enzyme which has long-term stability and is able to be recovered and reused is fascinating, to say the least. Since the industrial application of enzymes has been mostly in the food and microbial process industry it is not surprising that many of the applications of immobilized enzymes considered for commercial development fall within the area of this industry. It is for this reason that we organized a symposium on immobilized enzymes for the 166th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Appropriately, the symposium was jointly sponsored by the Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry and the Division of Microbial Chemistry and Technology. Although there were at least half a dozen symposia at other meetings on various aspects of immobilized enzyme technology in the preceding ten months none had specifically addressed themselves to food and microbial processes and none had been held at a meeting such as the National ACS gathering, which is not only large but multidisciplinary. The enthusiastic response to this symposium prompted us, at the invita­ tion of Plenum Press, to publish the proceedings of this symposium.

Keywords

agriculture carbohydrates chemistry development engine enzymes food food chemistry industry materials science polymer stability technology

Editors and affiliations

  • Alfred C. Olson
    • 1
  • Charles L. Cooney
    • 2
  1. 1.Western Regional Research Laboratory, Agricultural Research ServiceU.S. Department of AgricultureBerkeleyUSA
  2. 2.Department of Nutrition and Food ScienceMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridgeUSA

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