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Immobilization of a bio-catalyst (enzyme) on a ceramic surface treated by the SPCP-CVD method

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A novel method using a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) surface treating method was studied to introduce organic groups, which can be utilized for enzyme immobilization, onto ceramic surfaces. SPCP-CVD is a kind of CVD reaction using surface corona discharge for activation of the reactive gas. Using this method, a CVD reaction which was fed organo silicic compounds could prepare a silica thin film with remaining aminopropyl groups on the ceramic surface. It was shown that the enzyme was immobilized effectively on this remaining organic group by the glutaraldehyde cross-linkage method.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Bioengineering, Soka University, Tangi-cho 1-236, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo 192, Japan


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