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- Benucci, Ilaria, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 2012 v.166 no.7 pp. 1736-1746
- Oenococcus oeni; active sites; antimicrobial agents; cell suspension culture; enzyme stability; half life; hens; lysozyme; pH; wines
- ... In order to use lysozyme as an anti-microbial agent during the winemaking process, hen egg-white lysozyme (LYZ) was covalently immobilized on two different micro-size magnetic particles (tosyl-activated and carboxylated, TSA and CA, respectively). A cell suspension of Oenococcus oeni, an oenological strain involved in the winemaking process, was utilized as LYZ substrate. Both a kinetic study and ...