Applied Biocatalysis

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Adrie J.J. Straathof, Patrick Adlercreutz
CRC Press, Sep 2, 2003 - Medical - 478 pages
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This book describes the essential steps in the development of biocatalytic processes from concept to completion. It is a carefully integrated text which combines the fundamentals of biocatalysis with technological experience and in-depth commercial case studies. The book starts with an introductory look at the characteristics and present applications of biocatalysts, followed by more detailed overviews of these areas.
 

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Contents

FROM PRODUCT REQUEST TO IDEA TO PRODUCT
1
2 CASE STUDIES IN APPLIED BIOCATALYSIS FROM IDEAS TO PRODUCTS
47
3 APPLICATIONS
109
4 BIOCATALYST PRODUCTION
157
5 BIOCATALYST PERFORMANCE
237
6 BIOCATALYSIS IN NONCONVENTIONAL MEDIA
279
7 PROTEIN ENGINEERING NEW OR IMPROVED PROTEINS FOR MANKIND
299
8 BIOREACTOR DESIGN
333
9 BIOTRANSFORMATION REACTOR SELECTION AND OPERATION
371
10 PATENT ASPECTS OF BIOCATALYSIS
395
11 SOME COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF BIOCATALYSIS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
433
INDEX
471
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