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

By masking either the overall rules of bioconversion and the categorical features of the most teams of waste material amenable to bioconversion tools, this new ebook offers the chemical, biochemical, agrochemical and method engineer with transparent counsel at the use of those tools in devising an answer to the matter of business waste products.

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1995). , 1993; Ganapathi et al. , 1995) and allosteric regulation mechanisms (Bickerstaff, 1982; Chiancone and Gattoni, 1987) have also been elucidated through the immobilization of the investigated enzymes. 1 Advantages and disadvantages of enzyme and cell immobilization The use of freely suspended enzymes has the disadvantages that: 1. Most enzymes are labile under normal operating conditions and therefore have only a limited lifetime. 30 BIOCONVERSION OF WASTE MATERIALS TO INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 2.

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