Facile Immobilization of Enzyme via Co-Electrospinning: A Simple Method for Enhancing Enzyme Reusability and Monitoring an Activity-Based Organic Semiconductor

Published on 2018-06-13T11:33:35Z (GMT) by
The stability, reusability, and monitoring of enzyme activity have been investigated to improve their efficiency for successful utilization in a broad range of industrial and medical applications. Herein, we present a simple method for fabricating an electrospun fiber/enzyme scaffold via co-electrospinning. The characterization of soluble and immobilized α-amylases with regard to pH, thermal stability, and reusability were studied. An organic light emitting material tris­(8-hydroxyquinoline)­aluminum was incorporated to monitor the enzyme activity for several reuses.

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Aldhahri, Musab M.; Almulaiky, Yaaser Q.; El-Shishtawy, Reda M.; Al-Shawafi, Waleed; Alngadh, Ahmed; Maghrabi, Rayan (2018): Facile Immobilization of Enzyme via Co-Electrospinning:

A Simple Method for Enhancing Enzyme Reusability and Monitoring an

Activity-Based Organic Semiconductor. ACS Publications. Collection.