Immobilised enzymes AS Biology

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immobilised enzymes are ones which have been trapped in an inert medium such as a lipid vesicle or in allginate bead or even collagen fibres or a gel membrane, they have many uses such as in biosensors for sugar in blood


  • high turn over 
  • produces a pure product
  • easy to remove from a reaction as they are in  a solid
  • reduces overall costs
  • reusable
  • very stable can be used at a wider range of phs and temperatures
  • can use enzymes with different optima can be…


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