Biocatalytic Production of Amino Acids and Derivatives

  • ID: 2245354
  • Book
  • 424 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A richly illustrated text designed to provide examples of recently developed methods for the production of amino acids, derivatives and biocatalysts. Describes such new technologies as development of membrane reactors, use of enzymes in nonaqueous solvents, application of recombinant DNA techniques for the cloning and expression of genes, newly discovered enzymes and microbial strains and immobilized biocatalytic systems.
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Partial table of contents:

BIOCATALYTIC PRODUCTION OF AMINO ACIDS.

The Enzymatic Production of L–Aspartic Acid (G. Calton).

Biocatalytic Production of Amino Acids by Transamination (S. Crump & J. Rozzell).

Microbial and Enzymatic Production of D–Amino Acids from DL–5–Monosubstituted Hydantoins (C. Syldatk, et al.).

Production of Natural and Synthetic L– and D–Amino Acids by Aminopeptidases and Amino Amidases (J. Kamphuis, et al.).

BIOCATALYTIC PRODUCTION OF DERIVATIVES OF AMINO ACIDS.

Enzymatic Peptide Synthesis in Nonaqueous Media (A. Margolin).

Enzymatic Production of Sulfur– and Selenium–Containing Amino Acid Analogs (N. Esaki & K. Soda).

IMMOBILIZATION TECHNIQUES AND PROCESS CONSIDERATIONS FOR BIOCATALYTIC PROCESSES.

Immobilized Enzymes: Techniques and Applications (J. Rozzell).

Index.
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J. David Rozzell
Fritz Wagner
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