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The Immobilization of Enzymes with Imidoester-Containing Polymers

  • Oskar R. Zaborsky

Abstract

The most prevalent method for immobilizing water-soluble enzymes is by their covalent attachment to water-insoluble functionalized supports, a wide variety of which has been utilized (1). We now wish to report some of our studies on the use of water-insoluble methyl imidoester-containing polymers for this purpose.

Keywords

Immobilize Enzyme Amino Acid Analysis Thermal Inactivation Soluble Enzyme Enzyme Conjugate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oskar R. Zaborsky
    • 1
  1. 1.Corporate Research LaboratoriesEsso Research and Engineering CompanyLindenUSA

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