Enhancing enzymatic stability of bioactive papers by implanting enzyme-immobilized mesoporous silica nanorods into paper
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Enzyme horseradish peroxidase was immobilized on mesoporous silica nanorods to fabricate enzymatic bioactive papers with increased bio-stability. The new bioactive papers based on the immobilized enzyme have tremendously high stability both at room temperature and at 37 °C, in contrast to the low stability of conventional bioactive papers using free enzymes.
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