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Industrialized enzyme processes
S. A. Barker
Science Progress (1933-)
Vol. 65, No. 260 (Winter 1978), pp. 477-492
Published by: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43423737
Page Count: 16
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One of the growth areas of the chemical industry is dependent on the enzyme biotechnology now available for immobilizing enzymes in a form suitable for the chemical engineer to use in an industrial reactor. Recent developments have provided enzymes in the form of first class industrial catalysts with half-lives of months near the temperature of pasteurization. The role of these and the soluble forms of the enzymes in the food and other industries is reviewed.
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