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TitleBiotechnological aspects of cold-active enzymes
Author(s)Barroca, Mário Jorge Faria
Santos, Gustavo
Gerday, Charles
Collins, Tony
Issue date2017
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Abstract(s)Cold-adapted enzymes produced by organisms inhabiting permanently low temperature environments are typically characterized by a high activity at low to moderate temperatures and a poor thermal stability. Such characteristics make these enzymes highly attractive for various applications where they can enable more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendlier processes than higher temperature-adapted enzymes. In this chapter, the biotechnological aspects of coldadapted enzymes and their application in industry are reviewed and discussed with a focus on cleaning/detergents, food and beverages, molecular biology, biomedicine, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textiles, biofuels, and materials applications.
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