Mesoporous silicas with tunable morphology for the immobilization of laccase.

@article{Gascn2014MesoporousSW,
  title={Mesoporous silicas with tunable morphology for the immobilization of laccase.},
  author={Victoria Gasc{\'o}n and Isabel D{\'i}az and Carlos Marquez-Alvarez and Rosa M Blanco},
  journal={Molecules},
  year={2014},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={7057-71}
}
Siliceous ordered mesoporous materials (OMM) are gaining interest as supports for enzyme immobilization due to their uniform pore size, large surface area, tunable pore network and the introduction of organic components to mesoporous structure. We used SBA-15 type silica materials, which exhibit a regular 2D hexagonal packing of cylindrical mesopores of uniform size, for non-covalent immobilization of laccase. Synthesis conditions were adjusted in order to obtain supports with different… CONTINUE READING

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