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Immobilised enzymes in biorenewable production

Elinor L. Scott; Maurice C. R. Franssen; Han Zuilhof; Han Zuilhof; Peter Steunenberg; Johan P.M. Sanders;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013 Journal: Chemical Society Reviews, volume 42, issue 15, pages 6,491-6,533 (issn: 0306-0012, Copyright policy)
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Oils, fats, carbohydrates, lignin, and amino acids are all important raw materials for the production of biorenewables. These compounds already play an important role in everyday life in the form of wood, fabrics, starch, paper and rubber. Enzymatic reactions do, in principle, allow the transformation of these raw materials into biorenewables under mild and sustainable conditions. There are a few examples of processes using immobilised enzymes that are already applied on an industrial scale, such as the production of High-Fructose Corn Syrup, but these are still rather rare. Fortunately, there is a rapid expansion in the research efforts that try to improve this...
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free text keywords: candida-rugosa lipase, response-surface methodology, nitrogen-containing chemicals, packed-bed reactor, arthrobacter-nicotianae cells, licheniformis alpha-amylase, oryzae beta-galactosidase, chlorella-vulgaris esp-31, biodiesel fuel production, de-novo tr, General Chemistry, Biochemical engineering, Rapid expansion, Reuse, Lignin, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Raw material, Industrial scale, Food industry, business.industry, business, Organic chemistry
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