Swati S. Godbole

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Washed and dried rice husk was coated with 2% polyethylenimine (PEI). Invertase was immobilized on this support through adsorption followed by cross-linking with 2% glutaraldehyde. Immobilized enzyme was reused for the hydrolysis of sucrose without loss in activity. This approach may serve as a simple technique in the future for the covalent immobilization(More)
A stable immobilized preparation of fumarase (EC 4.2.1.2) was obtained by entrapment of rat liver mitochondria in acrylamide polymerized by using gamma irradiation (100 kR). The enhanced stability and the efficiency of the entrapped enzyme have shown potential for repeated use for the production of L-malic acid from fumaric acid. The possible formation of(More)
Adaptive filtering techniques are used in a wide range of applications. Adaptive noise canceller is one of the most interesting applications for adaptive filters, especially for the Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm, due to its strength and calculus simplicity. Noise problems in signals have gained huge attention due to the need of noise-free output signal(More)
Yeast invertase was immobilized on polyethyleneimine-coated cotton thread by adsorption followed by crosslinking with glutaraldehyde. The thread-bound invertase was used as an easily retrievable system for the hydrolysis of 80% w/v commercial sucrose syrups. The immobilized enzyme was stable for over 90 days to a temperature of 50 degrees C, only when(More)
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