Enzyme stability and stabilization — Aqueous and non-aqueous environment

  title={Enzyme stability and stabilization — Aqueous and non-aqueous environment},
  author={P. V. Seetharama Iyer and Laxmi Ananthanarayan}
Enzyme stabilization has notable importance due to increasing number of enzyme applications. Stabilization of enzymes in order to realize their full potential as catalysts is discussed in the present review. An overview of the denaturation mechanisms in aqueous and non-aqueous environment is given. Further various methods of enzyme stabilization with respect to their use in aqueous and non-aqueous environment have been given. Using thermophilic enzymes as the reference point, a review of… CONTINUE READING


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