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Peculiarities Of A Novel Bioenzymatic Reactor Using Carbon Nanotubes As Enzyme Activity Enhancers: Application To Arginase.

C. André, Danai Agiovlasileti, Y. Guillaume
Published 2011 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Multiwalled carbon nanotubes have been entrapped in a porous monolithic chromatographic support. This support was used for the covalent immobilization of the arginase enzyme a novel target in hypertension. The effect of the nanotube (NT) amount into the monolith was analyzed. The obtained results demonstrated the ability of carbon nanotubes to increase significantly the performance of this novel bioactive support.
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