Stabilization ofd-amino acid oxidase from yeastTrigonopsis variabilis used for production of glutaryl-7-aminocephalosporanic acid from cephalosporin C
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The studies to improve the production of glutaryl-7-ACA from cephalosporin C are described in this paper.
During the conversion of cephalosporin C to keto-adipyl-7-aminocephalosporonic acid by d-amino acid oxidase (d-AAO), with the simultaneous production of equimolar amount of hydrogen peroxide, an incomplete nonenzymatic conversion of the keto form into the glutaryl form occurs, where cephalosporin C as well asd-AAO are partly destroyed in the presence of hydrogen peroxide.
d-AAO was immobilized to different carriers in order to achieve better enzyme stability. The activity of immobilizedd-AAO on manganese oxide remained above 100% during the first 9 h of a semicontinuous conversion of cephalosporin C. The presence of catalase coimmobilized with D-AAO and coupled to CNBr-activated Sepharose 4B improved the operation stability ofd-AAO.
An additional approach for the continuous transformation of cephalosporin C used whole cells ofTrigonopsis variabilis, containingd-AAO, immobilized to magnetic iron oxide particles.
Index EntriesImmobilizedd-amino acid oxidase production of glutaryl-7-ACA production of 7-ACA stabilization ofd-amino acid oxidase stabilization of cephalosporin C
D-amino acid oxidase
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