Use of Immobilized Enzymes for Synthetic Purposes
Although considerable interest has been shown in the application of immobilized enzyme technology, comparatively little attention has been devoted to those enzymes or enzyme systems involved in synthesis of complex substances from simple precursors. For very valid economic reasons, the main industrial interest has been on enzymes which catalyze degradative reactions such as starch or protein hydrolysis.
KeywordsImmobilize Enzyme Soluble Enzyme Triose Phosphate Isomerase Triose Phosphate Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate
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