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Immobilization of Vigna Radiata, Vigna Mungo, Cicer Arietinum (White) and Cicer Arietinum (Black) Amylases onto Variety of Activated Fabrics

Kirti Rani
Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida (UP), India
Abstract—There has been considerable interest in the development of carrier systems for enzyme immobilization because immobilized enzymes have enhanced stability compared to free enzymes. This leads to significant savings in terms of reduced enzyme consumption and the ability to reuse of immobilized enzymes in continuous processes. The activity and stability of enzymes depends largely on the particular operating and storage conditions, and is strongly influenced by factors such as the chemical environment, temperature, pH, and solvent properties. This work was included the immobilization of Vigna radiata, Vigna mungo, Cicer arietinum (white) and Cicer arietinum (black) amylases onto variety of activated fabrics treated with sodium chloride and sodium nitrate. Comparative study was done for their % immobilization of retention of activity of pulses amylases on to the variety of activated fabrics after immobilization. 

Index Terms—vigna radiata, vigna mungo, cicer arietinum (white), cicer arietinum (black), silk, nylon, cotton, polyester

Cite: Kirti Rani, "Immobilization of Vigna Radiata, Vigna Mungo, Cicer Arietinum (White) and Cicer Arietinum (Black) Amylases onto Variety of Activated Fabrics," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 124-133, July 2012.
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