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Heterofunctional hydrophilic-hydrophobic porous silica as support for multipoint covalent immobilization of lipases: application to lactulose palmitate synthesis.
Lipase-catalyzed synthesis of sugar esters, as lactulose palmitate, requires harsh conditions, making it necessary to immobilize the enzyme. Therefore, a study was conducted to evaluate the effect ofExpand
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Integrating enzyme immobilization and protein engineering: An alternative path for the development of novel and improved industrial biocatalysts.
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Enzyme immobilization often achieves reusable biocatalysts with improved operational stability and solvent resistance. Expand
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Photodynamic efficiency of hypericin compared with chlorin and hematoporphyrin derivatives in HEp-2 and Vero epithelial cell lines.
Hypericin (HY) is a photoactive aromatic dianthraquinone that is considered a potent photodynamic agent. In this study, hypericin and two other photosensitizers, a hematoporphyrin derivativeExpand
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Improvement of efficiency in the enzymatic synthesis of lactulose palmitate.
Sugar esters are considered as surfactants due to its amphiphilic balance that can lower the surface tension in oil/water mixtures. Enzymatic syntheses of these compounds are interesting both fromExpand
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Selective and eco-friendly synthesis of lipoaminoacid-based surfactants for food, using immobilized lipase and protease biocatalysts.
Lipoaminoacids, as surfactants, are an excellent option for food industry due to the currently trends in consumption of functional and natural ingredients. Synthesis of lauroyl glycine lipoaminoacidExpand
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Application of Hierarchical Porous Silica with a Stable Large Porosity for β‐Galactosidase Immobilization
Hierarchical porous silica, particles or monoliths, were synthesized by polycondensation of sodium silicate in the presence of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide and ethyl acetate at differentExpand
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Photodynamic activity of different dyes
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a technique for inducing tissue damage with light irradiation of a drug selectively retained in malignant tissue. Many kinds of compounds are known with photosensitizingExpand
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Carbonaceous–siliceous composite materials as immobilization support for lipase from Alcaligenes sp.: Application to the synthesis of antioxidants
Abstract Two carbonaceous–siliceous composite materials, produced by hydrothermal and carbonization processes, were evaluated as immobilization support for lipase from Alcaligenes sp. These materialsExpand
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Immobilisation and stabilisation of β-galactosidase from Kluyveromyces lactis using a glyoxyl support
Abstract β-galactosidase from Kluyveromyces lactis was covalently immobilised on a Glyoxyl Sepharose (GS) support by multi-point attachment. The enzyme immobilisation process was very efficient; theExpand
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Selectivity of R-α-monobenzoate glycerol synthesis catalyzed by Candida antarctica lipase B immobilized on heterofunctional supports
Abstract The main goal of this work was to study different strategies of immobilization of Candida antarctica lipase B (CALB) in order to evaluate changes in the selectivity of this enzyme when RExpand
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