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Nanomaterials, Volume 7, Issue 10 (October 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The most efficient removal of organic pollutants is achieved with enzymatic reagents grafted on [...] Read more. The most efficient removal of organic pollutants is achieved with enzymatic reagents grafted on nanocarriers. However, enzymes are easily deactivated in the presence of heavy metal cations. In this work, the inactivation of urease was avoided using magnetic particles provided with additional DTPA complexonate functions. Improved stability of the enzymatic function ensured unchanged activity in at least 18 cycles of urea decomposition preserved together with high adsorption capacity towards heavy metals. View the paper here.