Simple determination of the water content in lyophilized isoenzymes of Candida rugosa lipase

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Abstract

Thermogravimetric and differential thermal analysis have shown that lyophilized Candida rugosa lipase A has more water bonded to it than isoenzyme lipase B: respectively 522 and 220 molecules of water per molecule of lipase. This may explain the different thermal deactivation behaviours of these enzymes in isooctane at high temperature.

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