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Enzyme adsorption involves the adhesion of an enzyme to the active surface of an adsorbent, such as carbon, ionic-exchange resins, celluloses, and clays. While the immobilization reaction is simple and unlikely to affect enzyme activity, enzyme leakage is a common occurrence due to weak bonding. Immobilization yield can also be quite low since the enzyme is fully exposed and can be sensitive to the reaction environment. Enzyme entrapment is an alternative physical immobilization method typically achieved through gel entrapment or microencapsulation of the biocatalyst.
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