Enzyme-ion exchanger interactions in serine alkaline protease separation: theory, equilibria and kinetics

Çalık, Pınar
Calik, G
Ozdamar, TH
Kinetics of ion exchange separation of serine alkaline protease (SAP) by cation- and anion-exchangers, respectively, for the SAP(+)/H+ and SAP(-)/OH- ion exchange reactions were studied with four different resins, i.e. low acidic Macro-prep CM, high acidic Macro-prep HighS, low basic Macro-prep DEAE, and high basic Macro-prep HighQ. The effects of pH on ion exchange equilibria were investigated within pH = 6.5-8.0 and pH = 9.5-11.0, respectively, for the SAP+/H+ cation exchange and SAP-/OH- anion exchange reactions at T = 10-25 degreesC, and the results were interpreted on the basis of the theory of exchange of enzyme-ions. Although Macro-prep CM showed the highest SAP binding capacity at pH = 7.0, maximum recovery of SAP activity was obtained at 15 degreesC and pH = 6.5. Effects of feed concentration and flow rate were investigated in differential-(DIC) and integral (IC) ion exchange columns and 0.025 mol dm(-3) and 1.0 x 10(-2) dm(3) min(-1) gave the highest enzyme recovery as 70%. The overall internal-external mass transfer coefficient which was found by differential analysis showed the importance of liquid phase mass transfer resistances on the process under the operation conditions applied.


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Citation Formats
P. Çalık, G. Calik, and T. Ozdamar, “Enzyme-ion exchanger interactions in serine alkaline protease separation: theory, equilibria and kinetics,” BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, pp. 193–204, 2002, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/38651.