An arylsulfotransferase from Eubacterium sp. was immobilized on agarose gels by multipoint covalent attachment. The yield of immobilization was 80% with an activity of 11 UA/ml of derivative. After 19 days of incubation, the loss of activity of the derivative was 36%. The immobilized preparation was used to transfer selectively a sulfate group from p-nitrophenolsulfate to selected tyrosine containing biologically active peptides in 92-99% of yield.