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EC Number
pH Stability
pH Stability Maximum
Commentary
Reference
-999
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immobilization of the enzyme on silica gel enhances the stability with respect to the effect of pH and oxidizing agent concentrations
-999
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two enzymatically inactive forms obtained at pH‘s above 7. The first alkaline form obtained between pH 7 and pH 11 is the ferric analog of the ferrous P-420 species. The second alkaline form obtained above pH 11 appears to be a species in which irreversible denaturation has commenced
1.5
-
4°C, stable for several h
2.5
6
at pH 2.75 it loses 85% activity in 1 h, and it is completely inactivated in 24 h. At pH 4.4, the enzyme also loses activity with time and is completely inactivated after 2.5 h. However, the enzyme exposed to pH 6.0 has low activity but it remains constant for 24 h
2.8
6
25°C, 24 h, immobilized and soluble enzyme are stable
3
6.5
4°C, in presence of 0.1 M fluoride, stable for several days
5
-
native CPO and chemically modified CPOs, almost completely stable at room temperature for 3 days
5
5.8
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5
6.5
at pH 6.5 the soluble enzyme retains about 70% of initial activity after 3 days of incubation, while at both pH 6.0 and 5.0 the enzyme retains more than 95%
7
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25°C, 24 h, about 50% loss of activity of soluble enzyme, about 40% loss of activity of immobilized enzyme
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