Microgels formed by enzyme-mediated polymerization in reverse micelles with tunable activity and high stability

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2015-01-01

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This communication describes the preparation of microgels via enzyme-triggered inverse emulsion polymerization, which provides an effective method for immobilizing enzymes with tunable catalytic performance and high stability.

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10.1039/c5ra02162f

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Bao, S, D Wu, T Su, Q Wu and Q Wang (2015). Microgels formed by enzyme-mediated polymerization in reverse micelles with tunable activity and high stability. RSC Advances, 5(55). pp. 44342–44345. 10.1039/c5ra02162f Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/26332.

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Teng Su

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