CalB immo 8806
Lipase from Candida Antarctica B, immobilized by adsorption on ECR8806M
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CalB immo 8806 is an immobilized, recombinant Lipase B from Candida antarctica (CalB), produced by microbial fermentation with Pichia pastoris. It is an adsorbed preparation, suitable for solvent-free or organic solvent systems, and can be used for regio- and stereoselective esterifications and transesterifications. The lipase is immobilized by adsorption onto our highly hydrophobic carrier, Lifetech ECR8806M, an octadecyl methacrylate co-polymer.
CalB immo 8806 was jointly developed and is co-marketed by c-LEcta and Purolite.
|Appearance||White to slightly yellow spherical beads|
|Particle size (90% in the range)||300 - 710 µm|
|Total moisture||0 - 5 %|
|Enzyme activity (min.)||10000 PLU/gdry|
|Expiry date (from date of manufacture)||1 year|
|Optimal storage condition||2 - 8 °C|
|Storage||For optimum storage, keep containers tightly closed in dry, cool and well-ventilated place at temperature between 2-8C. – Product is shipped at ambient where short temperature excursions will not adversely affect the material|
|Activity||> 10,000 60°C; Synthesis of Propyl Laurate, PLU/g|