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- Improving the specific activity and pH stability of xylanase XynHBN188A by directed evolution
- Activity and Stability of Trypsin Immobilized onto Chitosan Magnetic Nanoparticles
- Enzyme Stability and Stabilisation: Applications and Case Studies
Improving the specific activity and pH stability of xylanase XynHBN188A by directed evolution
PEL can be activated and stabilized by addition of ILs e. The results indicate that the IL cations play a crucial role in affecting the enzyme performance and that ammonium ILs composed of chaotropic cations favorably with H-bonding capability and kosmotropic anions are favored for enzyme catalysis. The Hofmeister effect of ILs on PEL was confirmed by the kinetic and thermostability studies and structural analysis on tyrosinase. Our investigations on both enzymes have thus demonstrated that ILs can affect the enzyme functioning through the Hofmeister effect, and the mechanisms have been discussed in terms of the influence of the IL cations and anions on the surface pH, active site conformation, and catalytic mechanism of each specific enzyme , following the Hofmeister series. If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must formally request permission using Copyright Clearance Center. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details. Authors contributing to RSC publications journal articles, books or book chapters do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article provided that the correct acknowledgement is given with the reproduced material.
The pH scale is used to measure the acidity or alkalinity of a sample and describes how many hydrogen ions or hydroxides are present in the sample. The change of pH will lead to the ionization of amino acids atoms and molecules, change the shape and structure of proteins, thus damaging the function of proteins. Enzymes are also proteins, which are also affected by changes in pH. Very high or very low pH will lead to the complete loss of the activity of most enzymes. The pH value at which the enzyme is most active is called the optimal pH value. Figure 1.
Activity and Stability of Trypsin Immobilized onto Chitosan Magnetic Nanoparticles
Effect of the culture conditions on the production of an extracellular protease by thermophilic Bacillus sp and some properties of the enzymatic activity. Campos dos Goytacazes, RJ, Brasil. The microorganism was capable of utilizing a wide range of carbon sources, but protease activity varied according the carbon source. Starch and maltose were the best carbon sources in the present study for protease secretion, while lactose and sucrose were less effective. Regarding the amounts of corn steep liquor and whey protein in the medium, the concentrations of 0. The optimum pH of the enzyme was found to be 8. After incubation of crude enzyme solution at room temperature for 2 h at pH 6.
Effect of pH and temperature on peroxidase and polyphenoloxidase activities of litchi pericarp. Efeito do pH e da temperatura nas atividades da peroxidase e polifenoloxidase do pericarpo de lichia. After harvesting litchi, the red color of the fruit pericarp is rapidly lost resulting in discoloration and browning during storage and marketing. The loss of the red color is caused by the degradation or loss of stability of anthocyanins. The action of peroxidase and polyphenoloxidase is usually related to the browning and discoloration of fruits of various species.
Engineering and Manufacturing for Biotechnology pp Cite as. The stabilisation of enzymes is of great importance in many applications. The two main types of stability may be defined as: 1 Storage or Shelf Stability and 2 Operational Stability. The first relates to the stability of enzymes when stored as a dehydrated preparation, a solution or immobilised and is particularly concerned with retention of activity over time. The second generally relates to the retention of activity of an enzyme when in use. Both types of enzyme stability will be discussed using case studies from the analytical field alkaline phosphatase, alcohol oxidase, acetylcholine-esterase and a recombinant luciferase and enzyme based biosterilisers peroxidases. The introduction of an electrophoretic technique for predicting protein-polymer interactions will be described.
Enzyme Stability and Stabilisation: Applications and Case Studies
The aim of this study was to develop a thermally and operationally stable trypsin through covalent immobilization onto chitosan magnetic nanoparticles Fe 3 O 4 CTS. Then, trypsin was covalently immobilized onto the Fe 3 O 4 CTS nanoparticles at a high loading capacity The FTIR data demonstrated that the trypsin had undergone a conformational change compared with free trypsin, and the Michaelis constant and the maximum hydrolysis reaction rate showed that the trypsin immobilized on the Fe 3 O 4 CTS had a lower affinity for BAEE and lower activity compared with free trypsin.
In this study, in silico identification and recombinant production of an esterase from the extremophile bacteria Petrotoga mobilis designated PmEst were performed.
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