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Immobilization of Microbial Cells, Tissue Cells and Organelles

  • Fujimura Takashi
    Takasaki Radiation Chemistry Research Establishment Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute
  • Kaetsu Isao
    Takasaki Radiation Chemistry Research Establishment Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute

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  • 微生物・細胞・オルガネラの固定化
  • ビセイブツ サイボウ オルガネラ ノ コテイカ

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Abstract

Microbial cells, tissue cells and organelles have coupled biocatalyst system which catalyze multi-step biochemical reactions. Immobilization studies, including radiation polymerization method, for these biocatalysts were reviewed. Comparative studies of some immobilization methods and of artificial membranes or matrices for immobilization offered some clue to design artificial membrane or matrix for immobilization. For more detailed design, however, studies of following two other types are required. The studies for the variation of state in these biocatalysts corresponding to continuous physical, chemical changes in artificial medbrane or matrix for immobilization. Physical and chemical studies for the difference of state in these biocatalysts between before and after immobilization.

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  • MEMBRANE

    MEMBRANE 8 (3), 142-149, 1983

    THE MEMBRANE SOCIETY OF JAPAN

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