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Microbial and enzymatic catalysis

  • Niveau d'étude

    Bac +4

  • ECTS

    5 crédits

  • Composante

    Sciences Fondamentales et Appliquées

  • Période de l'année

    Semestre 7

Description

Introduction to Microorganisms and Enzymes.

Enzymes structure and catalysis: amino-acids, proteins, active sites, substrate specificity. Models  for enzymatic reaction, enzyme activities.

Enzymatic thermodynamics and kinetics.

Potentialities of microorganisms, manipulation of their products, among them enzymes, for industrial applications.

Advantages of immobilization techniques for optimizing production of different products in a wide range of industrial applications.

Denaturation, stability, activation and inhibition of enzymes.

Use of enzymes in less conventional catalytic systems. Examples of biocatalysis in organic solvents.

Available commercial enzymes, purity, activity and different ranges of temperatures and pH.

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Objectifs

Expertise in biocatalysis

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Heures d'enseignement

  • Microbial and enzymatic catalysis CMCM15h
  • Microbial and enzymatic catalysis TDTD25h

Pré-requis nécessaires

Bachelor degree in chemistry or equivalent

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Programme détaillé

Introduction to Microorganisms and Enzymes.

Enzymes structure and catalysis: amino-acids, proteins, active sites, substrate specificity. Models  for enzymatic reaction, enzyme activities.

Enzymatic thermodynamics and kinetics.

Potentialities of microorganisms, manipulation of their products, among them enzymes, for industrial applications.

Advantages of immobilization techniques for optimizing production of different products in a wide range of industrial applications.

Denaturation, stability, activation and inhibition of enzymes.

Use of enzymes in less conventional catalytic systems. Examples of biocatalysis in organic solvents.

Available commercial enzymes, purity, activity and different ranges of temperatures and pH.

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