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14. On-line-data of a hemodialysis experiment 56 F. Lammers · Th. Scheper time measurements at hospitals. Moreover, patients individual urea level and ureases long term stability encourages one to employ the method in routine treatment. 4 Kinetic Characterization of Immobilized Biocatalysts Immobilized enzymes are not restricted to bioanalytical applications. Increasingly they attract a huge amount of interest in industrial organic chemistry due to their excellent stereo- and enantioselectivity.
Here, medium concentrations up to 10 g/l are used (Amici et al. 1967). The ET is set up for L-asparagine analysis by columns of immobilized aparagine (200 units). 5 and 100 mmol/l. 6. 05 M Tris/HCl as well. The latter might be interesting for samples with high magnesium content. In this case, potassium phosphate buffer is not suitable because magnesium phosphate causes problems in FIA-systems. Especially in mammalian cell cultivations, the aminoacid L-glutamine and glucose represent the most important energy sources.