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In cell transplantation, alginate immobilized cells are utilized to act as the barrier between the host immune system and the transplanted cell [4].
The uricase activity of immobilized cells had a value of KM and [V.sub.max], respectively of 2.86 mM and 0.0018 mA.
niger during the bioleaching process [12], and the removal of copper (II), manganese (II), zinc (II), nickel (II), iron (III), lead (II), and cadmium (II) by immobilized cells of A.
The biota of all three beverages was subsequently supplemented with free and immobilized cells of B.
Chromium (VI) removal by immobilized cells of S7 and Chlorella was 4.5mg/g and 6.20mg/g, with reduction potential of 58% and 60%, respectively.
Production of glutamic acid using whole and immobilized cells of Corynebacterium glutamicum.
Owing to these difficulties, immobilized cells have been intensively analyzed lately for ethanol and levan production since they have advantages over conventional cell suspension.
In addition, the production of biosurfactants by immobilized cells of Bacillus subtilis was well studied [13, 14].
Sample C clearly exhibits a higher fluorescence signal on immobilized cells and lower background fluorescence.
The immobilized cells were successfully reused for BDS over seven batch cycles but the uncoated free cells could be used only once.
Alginate immobilized cells have been used in cell transplantation where it acts as the barrier between transplant (immobilized cell) and host immune system.