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Immobilization of Candida rugosa lipase on poly(allyl glycidyl ether-co-ethylene glycol dimethacrylate) macroporous polymer particles.

Bioresource technology (2007-09-04)
Bhalchandra K Vaidya, Ganesh C Ingavle, S Ponrathnam, B D Kulkarni, Sanjay N Nene
ABSTRACT

Macroporous polymer particles containing surface epoxy groups were synthesized for immobilization of Candida rugosa lipase (CRL). The effect of incorporation of two different sets of monomers [allyl glycidyl ether (AGE) and glycidyl methacrylate (GMA)] and the effect of crosslinking density on immobilization of lipase were studied. AGE-co-EGDM polymers gave higher binding and expression of lipase than GMA-co-EGDM polymers. Optimization of immobilization parameters was done with respect to immobilization time and enzyme loading. Amongst AGE-co-EGDM polymer series, AGE-150 polymer found to give maximum lipase activity yield and therefore evaluated for temperature, pH and storage stability. Under optimum conditions, AGE-150 polymer gave 78.40% of activity yield. Immobilized lipase on AGE-150 showed a broader pH, higher temperature and excellent storage stability.

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Allyl glycidyl ether, ≥99%

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