D. O. Vinokhodov

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Two ribonuclease A bioreactors based on lab-made macroporous monolithic columns and intended for polynucleotide degradation were prepared using in situ free-radical polymerization. Different methods of enzyme immobilization were applied. In the first case, the biocatalyst molecule was attached to the solid surface via direct covalent binding, while in the(More)
Immobilized enzyme reactors (IMERs) produced by the covalent attachment of ribonuclease A to macroporous methacrylate-based monolithic supports using different experimental approaches are discussed and compared. Enzyme immobilization was carried out by direct covalent binding, as well as through attachment via a polymer spacer. The kinetic properties of an(More)
Macroporous monolithic materials containing covalently linked ribonuclease A were used to create high-performance flow-through heterogeneous biocatalysts (bioreactors). The kinetic parameters of the degradation of polycytidylic acid were identified, and the properties of the obtained systems were compared. A HPLC method has been developed for monitoring of(More)
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