Catalytic Properties and Immobilization Studies of Catalase from Malva sylvestris L.

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G. Arabaci; A. Usluoglu;

Catalase was partially purified from Malva sylvestris L. and immobilized onto chitosan. Then, its catalytic properties were investigated. (NH4)2SO4 precipitation and dialysis were performed in the extracted enzyme. Further purification was performed with sephadex G-200 ... View more
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