Continuous Deacetylation of Cephalosporins
The non-specific acetyl esterase from B. subtilis (AT 6633) has been immobilized on several carriers represeating a wide range of binding capacities, morphologies and physical and mechanical properties (1,2,3). The relative merits of batch and continuous reactors for the deacetylation of cephalosporins with the enzyme have been discussed (3).
KeywordsSpace Velocity Microbial Matter Free Enzyme Column Performance Column Efficiency
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