Enzyme Science and Engineering

By
Chand, S. (Subhash)
(2008)

28 Lectures in this course: 1 - Introduction and Scope to Enzyme Science & Engineering (42:20) - 2 - Characteristic Features of Enzymes (54:09) - 3 - Enzymes as Biocatalysts (48:27) - 4 - Enzymatic Catalysis (46:12) - 5 - Specificity of Enzyme Action (50:05) - 6 - Kinetics of Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions (46:46) - 7 - Kinetics of Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions (48:35) - 8 - Deviation from Hyperbolic Enzyme Kinetics (46:16) - 9 - Role of Effector Molecules in Enzyme Kinetics (38:07) - 10 - Reversible Inhibition (39:01) - 11 - Effect of PH and Temperature on Enzyme (50:54) - 12 - Kinetics of Bi substrate Enzyme (50:27) - 13 - Kinetics of Bi substrate Enzyme (42:11) - 14 - Immobilized Enzymes - I (47:28) - 15 - Immobilized Enzymes - II (51:47) - 16 - Immobilized Enzymes - III (39:33) - 17 - Immobilization of Enzymes by Entrapment (48:36) - 18 - Effect of Immobilization (56:23) - 19 - Reactors for Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions (47:14) - 20 - Idealized Enzyme Reactor Performance (49:34) - 21 - Idealized Enzyme Reactor Performance (45:47) - 22 - Kinetic Parameters for IME Systems (51:31) - 23 - Steady State Analysis of Mass Transfer (37:14) - 24 - Steady State Analysis of Mass Transfer (38:21) - 25 - Non Ideal Flow in Continuous Immobilized Enzyme (46:09) - 26 - Applications of Immobilized Enzymes in Process (48:27) - 27 - Analytical Applications (49:36) - 28 - Enzyme Technology Challenges (47:28)

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National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL)

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