A Water-insoluble Trypsin Derivative and its Use as a Trypsin Column

THE conversion of enzymes into water-insoluble products possessing specific catalytic activity is of interest since such ‘water-insoluble enzymes’ may readily be removed from the reaction mixture, and can be used for the preparation of columns with enzymic activity. If stable, they may be employed repeatedly to induce specific chemical changes in relatively… CONTINUE READING