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Commonly Used and/or Commercially Available Matrices Hydroxylic Materials Probably the most prevalent and most widely applicable of the commercially available matrices for covalent coupling enzymes are the polysaccharides, agarose and cellulose, and their derivatives. Agarose is a rather uniform material, easily cast in bead form and priced low enough for research and most medical purposes. Agarose is not cheap enough for many fine chemical and probably all commodity chemical production. Cellulose is much less expensive but it is not very uniform and is reasonably priced only in fibrous or microcrystalline forms.
5, 297 (1983). The general description will be found under Introduction and the section Materials and methods. The preparation of the immobilized biocatalyst is described under Materials and methods. Physical and chemical characterization is described in the first subsection under Results and discussion and finally the description of the kinetics is in the last part of the article.  A S u r v e y of E n z y m e Coupling T e c h n i q u e s By WILLIAM H. SCOUTEN Introduction This chapter is intended to provide the reader with an introduction to enzyme immobilization with emphasis on the carder matrices available.