Ozturk_2016_Polymers.(Basel)_8_

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Title : Nanoclays for Lipase Immobilization: Biocatalyst Characterization and Activity in Polyester Synthesis - Ozturk_2016_Polymers.(Basel)_8_
Author(s) : Ozturk H , Pollet E , Phalip V , Guvenilir Y , Averous L
Ref : Polymers (Basel) , 8 : , 2016
Abstract : The immobilization of Candida antarctica lipase B (CALB) was performed by physical adsorption on both neat and organo-modified forms of sepiolite and montmorillonite. The influence of different parameters, e.g., solvent, enzyme loading, cross-linking, and type of clay support, on immobilization efficiency and catalyst hydrolytic activity has been investigated. The highest hydrolytic activities were obtained for CALB immobilized on organo-modified clay minerals, highlighting the beneficial effect of organo-modification. The esterification activity of these CALB/organoclay catalysts was also tested in the ring-opening polymerization of sigma-caprolactone. The polymerization kinetics observed for clay-immobilized catalysts confirmed that CALB adsorbed on organo-modified montmorillonite (CALB/MMTMOD) was the highest-performing catalytic system.
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Ozturk H, Pollet E, Phalip V, Guvenilir Y, Averous L (2016)
Nanoclays for Lipase Immobilization: Biocatalyst Characterization and Activity in Polyester Synthesis
Polymers (Basel) 8 :

Ozturk H, Pollet E, Phalip V, Guvenilir Y, Averous L (2016)
Polymers (Basel) 8 :

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