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- Selvaraj, Jonathan Nimal, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2019 v.103 no.13 pp. 5231-5241
- Escherichia coli; Massilia; bacteria; biocatalysts; catalytic activity; cold; cost effectiveness; energy; genes; industry; mutational analysis; pH; pectate lyase; polygalacturonase; polygalacturonic acid; temperature; Antarctic region
- ... Cold-active enzymes have become attractive biocatalysts in biotechnological applications for their ability to retain high catalytic activity below 30 °C, which allows energy reduction and cost saving. Here, a 1041 bp gene pel1 encoding a 34.7 KDa pectate lyase was cloned from a facultatively psychrophilic Antarctic bacterium Massilia eurypsychrophila and heterologously expressed in Escherichia col ...
- Selvaraj, Jonathan Nimal, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Biosensors & bioelectronics 2019 v.141 pp. 111450
- biosensors; catalysts; catalytic activity; chemiluminescence; colorimetry; dopamine; electrochemistry; glucose; hydrogen peroxide; lighting; nanomaterials; near infrared radiation; neoplasms; oxidation; prototypes; surface area; therapeutics
- ... Nanozymes have fascinated increasing attention in the field of artificial enzyme. Designing an ideal nanozyme usually requires a synergic advantage of reasonable nanostructures and large specific surface area for ensuring excellent mimicking-enzyme catalytic activity. Here we report a CuS nanozyme with hollow nanocube structure (h-CuS NCs), which has a large surface area of 57.84 m² g⁻¹, and thus ...