Methodology for the immobilization of enzymes onto mesoporous materials.

@article{Hudson2005MethodologyFT,
  title={Methodology for the immobilization of enzymes onto mesoporous materials.},
  author={Sarah P. Hudson and Edmond Magner and Jakki C. Cooney and Benjamin K. Hodnett},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 41},
  pages={
          19496-506
        }
}
Cytochrome c and xylanase were adsorbed onto two mesoporous materials, SBA-15 (a pure silicate) and MSE (an organosilicate), with very similar physical properties but differing chemical compositions. A methodical order was developed whereby the influences of surface area, pore size, extent of order, particle size, surface potentials, isoelectric points, pH, and ionic strength on immobilization were explored. In silico studies of cytochrome c and xylanase were conducted before any immobilization… 

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