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Silica-encapsulated nanomagnetic particle as a new recoverable biocatalyst carrier

Abstract:

Enzymes are versatile biocatalysts with major advantages of ultrahigh reaction selectivity and specificity under mild conditions, which currently find increasing applications. However, their applications are often hampered by difficulties in recovery and recycling. As a result, we carried out detailed investigations on the synthesis and characterization of silica-encapsulated iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles of controlled dimension as an enzyme carrier. It is shown that the relatively smalle...

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10.1021/jp062275s

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Journal:
Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Volume:
110
Issue:
34
Pages:
16914-16922
Publication date:
2006-08-31
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ISSN:
1520-6106
URN:
uuid:66b2841b-549d-49c3-91f7-5623dbc64651
Source identifiers:
180293
Local pid:
pubs:180293
Language:
English

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