Supplementary data for article: Andjelković, U.; Milutinović-Nikolić, A.; Jović-Jovičić, N.; Banković, P.; Bajt, T.; Mojović, Z.; Vujčić, Z.; Jovanović, D. Efficient Stabilization of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae External Invertase by Immobilisation on Modified Beidellite Nanoclays. Food Chemistry 2015, 168, 262–269. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.07.055
Milutinović-Nikolić, Aleksandra D.
Mojović, Zorica D.
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The external invertase isoform 1 (EINV1) was immobilised on eight differently modified beidellite nanoclays, Modifications were composed of organo-modification with different amounts of surfactant - hexadecyl trimethylammonium cation (HDTMA), pillaring with Al/Fe containing polyhydroxy cations and acid modification of Na-enriched and pillared clays. The modified nanoclays were characterised by XRD, N-2-physisorption, SEM and FT-IR spectroscopy. The amount of bound enzyme activity was significantly influenced by the modification of beidellite ranging from 50 to remarkable 2200 U/g. Biochemical characterization was performed for five modified nanoclays showing the highest enzyme activity after invertase immobilisation. The investigation demonstrated that after immobilisation the structure and the catalytic properties of invertase were preserved, while Km values were slightly increased from 26 to 37 mM. immobilisation significantly improved thermal and storage stability of EINV1. Results ...indicate that beidellite nanoclays obtained by low cost modifications can be applied as a suitable support for the immobilisation of invertase. The immobilizate can be efficiently engaged in sucrose hydrolysis in batch reactor.
Keywords:Invertase / Immobilisation / Beidellite / Sucrose hydrolysis / Nanoclay
Source:Food Chemistry, 2015
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