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- He, Ying, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Biochemical engineering journal 2019 v.144 pp. 125-134
- Pseudozyma antarctica; alcohols; carboxylic ester hydrolases; esterification; glutaraldehyde; hydrolysis; hydrophobic bonding; hydrophobicity; immobilized enzymes; levulinic acid; nanoparticles; nanotubes; pH; porous media; response surface methodology; silica; solvents; storage quality; temperature; thermal stability
- ... Hydrophobic virus-like organosilica nanoparticles (VOSNs) with a spherical core formed by mesoporous organosilica surrounded by epitaxial perpendicular nanotubes were successfully synthesized for the first time. These hydrophobic VOSNs were used for the immobilization of the lipase B from Candida antarctica (CALB) via covalent binding method, where glutaraldehyde was used as a spacer to form coval ...
- He, Ying, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Biochemical engineering journal 2019 v.146 pp. 60-68
- Pseudozyma antarctica; acrylamides; aluminum; aluminum oxide; carboxylic ester hydrolases; composite polymers; confocal laser scanning microscopy; crystals; glutaraldehyde; immobilized enzymes; macropores; nitrile hydratase; palmitic acid; penicillin amidase; polystyrenes; porous media; thermal stability
- ... The meso-molding three-dimensionally ordered macroporous alumina (3DOM/m-Al) was synthesized via a dual-templating approach (polystyrene (PS) colloidal crystals as hard template and triblock copolymer P123 as soft template) with hydrous aluminum isopropoxide as precursor. The obtained 3DOM/m-Al was characterized, and the results showed that 3DOM/m-Al had ordered macropores (ca. 300 nm in diameter) ...