Biocatalysis at the solid-liquid interface: subtilisin on surface-bound polypeptides and amylase variants on starch granules
Stanford University, 2008 - 204 pages
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Starch Processing for Ethanol Production
Polypeptide and Conformational Freedom of Peptide Bonds
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a-amylase activity adsorbed adsorption adsorption models amylase amylopectin AmyS variants angle Bacillus Bacillus stearothermophilus biocatalysis Biochemistry BLS subtilisin bond buffer catalytic chains channel Chem concentration coverage degradation denaturing digestion disulfides domain Dubinin-Radushkevich electrostatic ellipsometry energy enzymatic enzyme enzyme variants equation equilibrium ethanol exposed to enzyme film mass flow frequency Freundlich equation Freundlich model GAIRS Glucoamylase gold surface helices helix heterogeneous Hydrolysis hydrophobic imaging increased infrared interactions isotherm kinetic label-free Langmuir equation Langmuir model layer linear measurements microfluidic microns Milli-Q water mixed films mixed SAMs molecular molecules monolayer orientation parameters PEG-thiol peptide polypeptide polysaccharide pores porosity productive binding proteases proteolysis QCM-D ratio reaction reactivity regions relative charge variants residues sample secondary structure shown in Figure solution sorbent sorption spectra spectroscopy SPREE SS-polypeptide stability starch granules substrate substrate surface subtilisin surface biocatalysis surface diffusion surface processes surface-bound substrate techniques thiol values