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immobilize

[i′mō·bə‚līz]
(medicine)
To render motionless or to fix in place, as by splints or surgery.
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In order to maximize the amount and the activity of the immobilized [beta]-galactosidase onto the surface of the P(AN-co-MMA) nanoparticles, the initial enzyme concentration was changed between 0.
15] immobilized cellulase on a pH-sensitive polyacrylate terpolymer ([P.
Both washing and immobilized lipase was assayed with pNPP and the absorbance was measured spectrophotometrically.
It is said that any enzyme that can be affinity tagged, it can be immobilized there.
Recently, the lack of guidelines that could manage the selection of the best conditions for immobilization opens new opportunities for effective strategies related to the rational design of immobilized derivatives (RDID).
Binding of the deficient enzyme from an external source to free or immobilized microorganisms or immobilization of mixed culture capable of can-ying out two or multistep conversions into a single-step conversion, leads to co-immobilized cells.
Immobilized reactive microbes can be useful chemical reagents.
Considerable attention has been paid to immobilized enzymes, because of their favorable features such as reusability, stability, and separation of the enzymes from products, compared to free counterparts (Falkoski et al.
Dextransucrase from Leuconostoc-paramesenteroides was immobilized using different immobilization techniques.