By Peter Gacesa, John Hubble (auth.), A. M. Martin (eds.)

By masking either the final ideas of bioconversion and the explicit features of the most teams of waste material amenable to bioconversion equipment, this new e-book presents the chemical, biochemical, agrochemical and approach engineer with transparent information at the use of those equipment in devising an answer to the matter of commercial waste products.

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The dextrins produced by a-amylase action are further processed by a variety of enzymes including fi-amylases for the production of maltose syrups and amyloglucosidase for the production of glucose syrups. Pullulanase, usually derived from Klebsiella pneumoniae, is required to hydrolyse the al-6 branch points in the dextrin structure. Amyloglucosidases are produced by a variety of organisms, although the commercial product is obtained principally from Aspergillus or Rhizopus (Frost and Moss, 1987).

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S. 2 Variation of the immobilization yield as a function of enzyme concentration in the xanthan solution. XY = Xylanase; Li = lipase; Pr = protease. 3 Variation of the activity of the immobilized protease as a function of the protease concentration in the xanthan solution. 90 % -x· Pr. 2 at 37°C. Pr. = protease. 339% .. 88% ~ * 80 ~ ;J ! ;: 60 u so . 3 % + Xy.! ) as a function of incubation time. [X ylanase 1= 1%; temperature = 37°C. 39 PROCESSES WITH IMMOBILIZED ENZYMES AND CELLS 200 190 180 170 ~ 160 :~ ti .

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