Quantitating intraparticle O2 gradients in solid supported enzyme immobilizates: experimental determination of their role in limiting the catalytic effectiveness of immobilized glucose oxidase.

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Enzymatic O2 -dependent oxidations are receiving increased attention for use in fine chemicals synthesis. Solid supported oxidation catalysts often show poor efficiency due to pronounced O2 diffusion restriction. Internal O2 supply therefore constitutes a key parameter for optimizing the enzyme immobilization. We herein describe an optical sensing method… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/bit.24873

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@article{Bolivar2013QuantitatingIO, title={Quantitating intraparticle O2 gradients in solid supported enzyme immobilizates: experimental determination of their role in limiting the catalytic effectiveness of immobilized glucose oxidase.}, author={Juan Manuel Bolivar and Tanja Consolati and Torsten Mayr and Bernd Nidetzky}, journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering}, year={2013}, volume={110 8}, pages={2086-95} }