Lipase Immobilization by Adsorption Techniques on The Hydrophobically Modified Matrix: A Review

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Volume-69 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Edy Subroto, Siti Nurhasanah, S.Joni Munarso
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I1P208


MLA Style: Edy Subroto, Siti Nurhasanah, S.Joni Munarso  "Lipase Immobilization by Adsorption Techniques on The Hydrophobically Modified Matrix: A Review" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.1(2021):49-55. 

APA Style:Edy Subroto, Siti Nurhasanah, S.Joni Munarso. Lipase Immobilization by Adsorption Techniques on The Hydrophobically Modified Matrix: A Review  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(1), 49-55.

Lipase immobilization has been carried out by various methods, each of which has various advantages. One of the rapidly developing lipase immobilization techniques is the adsorption method. This review describes the immobilization of lipase with adsorption techniques, especially about the use of various types of matrices and matrix surface modification techniques that can improve the lipase microenvironment. The adsorption method has several advantages over other ways, including easy preparation, the low cost can be regenerated, and the matrix`s surface can be modified to improve lipase activity and stability. Hydrophobic modification of the surface matrix can encourage the lid lipase to open easily, thereby increasing its activity. Adsorption immobilized lipases have also been shown to be effective and stable over several applications for various reactions. However, the challenge in the hydrophobic modification is that the loading of lipase protein is generally relatively lower than that of the hydrophilic matrix. Therefore, further, development is needed by utilizing various types of matrices, hydrophobic groups, lipases, and modification techniques to increase their loading capacity, activity, and stability.

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Immobilization, lipase, Adsorption, hydrophobic modification.