6 edition of Stability and stabilization of biocatalysts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by A. Ballesteros ... [et al.].|
|Series||Progress in Biotechnology ;, 15|
|Contributions||Ballesteros, A., European Federation of Biotechnology. Working Party on Appplied Biocatalysis., Universidad de Córdoba (Spain), Spanish Society of Biotechnology.|
|LC Classifications||TP248.65.E59 S85 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 757 p. :|
|Number of Pages||757|
|LC Control Number||98031093|
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Stability and Stabilization of Biocatalysts V. Athès, D. Combes, in Progress in Biotechnology, 2 EFFECT OF SALTS AND POLYOLS ON THERMO- AND BAROSTABILITY. The stability of any enzymatic preparation can be exemplified as its thermodynamic stability (conformational stability of the enzyme structure), kinetic stability (stability over time) and.
Stabilization on the process level translates into moving a process beyond boundaries related to toxicity/inhibition or inherent biocatalyst stability, e.g., from point V to W if the stability is.
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Hi there Biocatalyst are basically the enzymes (mostly proteins) which alter the rate of any biochemical reactions resulting in appearances of new product or. biocatalyst: (bī'ō-kat'ă-list), A substance of biologic origin that can catalyze a reaction, for example, an enzyme.