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Exploring the impact of hydrogen peroxide delivery methods on PaDa-I enzyme deactivation during styrene biotransformation within tandem catalysis framework

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posted on 2024-03-06, 06:33 authored by Rufaro MukwenyaRufaro Mukwenya, Derik Wilbers, Athanasios KotsiopoulosAthanasios Kotsiopoulos

The dataset illustrates how different hydrogen peroxide delivery methods once-off addition, stepwise addition, and continuous addition, affect the stability and productivity of the unspecific peroxygenase variant PaDa-I during styrene biotransformation. The raw data collected also shows the influence of hydrogen peroxide concentration as well as reaction temperature and pH on the PaDa-I enzyme. The results were analysed and used to evaluate the enzyme deactivation kinetics.


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