Immobilized Cells: Principles and Applications (Cambridge Studies in Biotechnology)
The preparation and uses of immobilized enzymes are topics of great interest in biotechnology; the range of applications is still expanding. This 1987 book gives a coherent overview, illustrated by specific references to carefully selected examples from the literature. It includes discussion of the characteristics of immobilized cell preparations and of the types of reactors used, so that it covers those areas between engineer and biologist. The book is written by experienced teachers and uses a simple, direct style; the excessive use of specialist jargon is avoided and the book is highly readable.
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