By Raphael M. Ottenbrite, Samuel J. Huang, Kinam Park
content material: Hydrogels in bioapplications --
Glucose-sensitive phase-reversible hydrogels --
New bioartificial hydrogels : characterization and actual homes --
Bioapplication of poly(ethylene glycol)-albumin hydrogels : matrix for enzyme immobilization --
Sulfonylurea-grafted polymers for Langerhans islet stimulatin --
management of ovalbumin encapsulated in alginate microspheres to mice --
actions of extracellular and intracellular depolymerases of polyhydroxyalkanoates --
Poly(L-lactic acid-co-amino acid) graft copolymers : a category of sensible biodegradable biomaterials --
Chemical and morphological adjustments in peroxide-stabilized poly(L-lactide) --
Biodegradability of polycarboxylates : structure-activity reviews --
Biodegradatin of poly(vinyl alcohol) and vinyl alcohol block as biodegradable phase --
Soil and marine biodegradation of protein-starch plastics --
Biodegradation of polymer motion pictures in marine and soil environments --
Two-dimensional latex assemblies for biosensors --
Molecular acceptance at a monolayer interface : 2,4-diaminopyrimidine-succinimide host-guest companions --
Conjugation of DNA with sensible vinyl polmyers by utilizing vinyl derivatives of psoralen as a linker --
pH-sensitive swelling and drug-release houses of chitosan-poly(ethylene oxide) semi-interpenetrating polymer community --
Microbes in polmyer chemistry --
Aqueous answer homes of bacterial poly-[gamma]-D-glutamate --
Bioactive polymeric dental fabrics in line with amorphous calcium phosphate : impression of coupling agents.
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This result demonstrates that the hydrogel content of active AP was greater than the apparent Vmax experimentally determined, confirming the hypothesis of diffusion resistance into the hydrogel. Conclusion The feasibility of covalent enzyme immobilization in PEG-albumin hydrogels has been demonstrated. The diffusion restrictions, as revealed by the Km increase after immobilization, were limited, especially at low enzyme loading. e. acid phosphatase and asparaginase, the in vitro operational stability was dramatically increased after immobilization.
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