Editorial: Special Issue — Enzyme Immobilization
Immobilization of enzymes and proteins is a requirement for many industrial enzyme applications, as this facilitates enzyme recovery and reuse. Bearing in mind this necessity, the coupling of immobilization to the improvement of other enzyme features has been pursued by many researchers, and nowadays immobilization is recognized as a tool to improve not only stability, but also enzyme selectivity, specificity, resistance to inhibition or chemical modifiers, etc. To achieve these overall improvements of enzymes’ properties via immobilization, it is necessary to both develop new immobilization systems suitable for these purposes, and to achieve a deeper knowledge of the mechanisms of interaction between enzymes and activated solids. That way, immobilization of enzymes, far being an old-fashioned methodology to just reuse these expensive biocatalysts, is a tool of continuous interest that requires a continuous effort to be exploited in all its potential. This special issue collects 23 papers reporting advances in the field of immobilization of enzymes.[...] View Full-Text
Fernandez-Lafuente, R. Editorial: Special Issue — Enzyme Immobilization. Molecules 2014, 19, 20671-20674.
Fernandez-Lafuente R. Editorial: Special Issue — Enzyme Immobilization. Molecules. 2014; 19(12):20671-20674.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fernandez-Lafuente, Roberto. 2014. "Editorial: Special Issue — Enzyme Immobilization." Molecules 19, no. 12: 20671-20674.