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A maximum in catalytic activity for the first reaction was predicted with both reactants present. This same system has been the subject of a more recent mathematical treatment with a parallel experimental study [ 15]. Glucose oxidase and catalase were immobilized in an inert carrier matrix of polyacrylamide gel. Concentration profiles with the particles were calculated under various limiting conditions. In addition profiles of activity of glucose oxidase against time could be constructed against time and locality, taking into account the deactivation by the peroxide as shown by calculation.
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Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Volume 10 by Wayne H. Pitcher Jr. (auth.)