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Degradation of trimethylamine by immobilized cells of Pseudomonas putida A (ATCC 12633)
Pseudomonas putida A (ATCC 12633) capable of degrading trimethylamine (TMA) was immobilized in calcium alginate. The TMA-degrading capacity of immobilized cells was compared to free cells in batch culture by changing ...
Zymomonas mobilis IMMOBILIZED ON LOOFA SPONGE AND SUGARCANE BAGASSE FOR LEVAN AND ETHANOL PRODUCTION USING REPEATED BATCH FERMENTATION
(Brazilian Soc Chemical Eng, 2017-04-01)
Two experiments were carried out using loofa sponge and sugarcane bagasse as immobilization support. First a 2((5-2)) design of experiments was realized with the following independent variables: sucrose concentration; pH; ...
A practical approach for the removal of cationic surfactants using planktonic and immobilized bacterial cells
(Inst Biology, 2019-05-20)
Among the efforts directed at remediating contaminated sites, the use of immobilized microorganisms is an appealing alternative because it offers several advantages over the use of free cells, including protecting cells ...
Palatinose production by free and Ca-alginate gel immobilized cells of Erwinia sp.
(Elsevier Science SaLausanneSuíça, 2007)
Clavulanic acid production by immobilized cells if Streptomyces clavuligerus
(Inst Tecnologia Parana, 2014)
Enzyme or whole cell immobilization for efficient biocatalysis: focusing on novel supporting platforms and immobilization techniques
(Corporación Universidad de la Costa, 2021)
Cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase production by free cells of Bacillus circulans DF 9R in batch fermentation and by immobilized cells in a semi-continuous process.
Cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase (CGTase) catalyzes the starch conversion into cyclic or linear oligosaccharides, important industrial products. In this work, conditions to increase the enzyme production from Bacillus ...
Bioremediation of Heavy Metals by Cells or Metabolites Microbial Immobilized
(CRC Press - Taylor & Francis Group, 2018)
Heavy metals concentrations in the environment increases alarmingly. Heavy metals profoundly affect biological systems either positively because they are essential in low concentrations or negatively because they are toxic. ...