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1974). This enzymic process also has some disadvantages for industrial production of the acid, since the procedure is carried out by batch incubation of a mixture of L-histidine and intact cells. To develop a more efficient method, the continuous production of urocanic acid was investigated using immobilized microbial cells having high L-histidine ammonia-lyase activity. Several microorganisms having high enzyme activity were immobilized in a polyacrylamide gel lattice. Achrornobacter liquidurn was found to show the highest activity after immobilization.