Bioconversion of Waste Materials to Industrial Products by Peter Gacesa, John Hubble (auth.), A. M. Martin (eds.)

By Peter Gacesa, John Hubble (auth.), A. M. Martin (eds.)

By protecting either the final rules of bioconversion and the categorical features of the most teams of waste material amenable to bioconversion tools, this new e-book offers the chemical, biochemical, agrochemical and technique engineer with transparent counsel at the use of those equipment in devising an answer to the matter of business waste products.

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Protease and xylanase were both immobilized by inclusion in a xanthanchitosan hydrogel. The co-immobilization was carried out in order to obtain an enzymatic system capable of hydrolysing protein and xylan present in the waste waters of the food industry. 5). Proteolytic activity is a function of the concentration of the amount of both protease and xylanase that are co-immobilized. 5). 6). The synergy observed on the protease activity by the xylanase causes an increase of up to 85% for a ratio of protease/xylanase = 111 (gig).

The protease in the hydrogel exists in two forms: one complexed with xanthan-chitosan while the other is free. 3 Application of ionotropic gels for the entrapment of whole cells Matrix Cells Reaction Reference Calcium alginate Saccharomyces cerevisiae Glucose/ethanol Kierstan and Bucke (1977), Galazzo and Bailey (1990), Vives et al. (1993), Roca et al. (1996) Kluyveromyces marxianus Glucose/ethanol Nolan et al. (1994), Riordan et al. (1996) Trichosporon pullulans Cellobiose/glucose Adami et al.

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