Attached Of Pt(IV)-Schiff Base Complexes On Nanoplatforms: Covalent Immobilization Of Glucose Oxidase Enzyme As Biocatalysts | 17181
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Polymer nanoplatforms, particularly nanospheres, play important roles in biotechnological applications. In this study,
(aminomethyl) polystyrene (APS) attached Pt(IV) ion based nanoplatforms were prepared via template method for studies
biocatalysts of glucose oxidase enzyme (GOx). Nanoplatforms were characterized. The effect of pH and temperature on the
activity of immobilized GOx was investigated. The reusability, storage stability and kinetic properties of the immobilized GOx
were examined.Vmax /Km values were calculated from Lineweaver-Burk plots for immobilized GOx to the [APS-SalPt(IV)]
supports, 1.95, 34.72 and 2.94, 38.46 mMmin
/mM respectively for 40 and 80
Dilek Nartop is an Assistant Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, University of NevşehirHacıBektaşVeli. She received her PhD degree from Gazi University in 2006.
Her research interests are focused on the synthesis, characterization and biological activity of Schiff bases; coordination polymers; enzyme immobilization and
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