Institution of Chemical Engineers (Great Britain), Biochemical Society (Great Britain). Industrial Biochemical and Biotechnology Group, British Coordinating Committee for Biotechnology
Institution of Chemical Engineers, 1994 - Science - 82 pages
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Adipyl allyl phenyl ether amidase amino acids aqueous assay biocatalyst Biochem Biotechnol biotransformation callunae camphor grown Candida canola meal catalyst catalyzed cells cellulose cephalosporin Chem chemical chiral chromatography codeine coli column components compounds concentration containing cytochrome P-450 D-glucose D-xylose degradation enantiomers enantioselective enzymatic enzyme enzyme activity epoxidation epoxidation rate esterification esters Figure FTIR spectroscopy gene GFOR gluconic acid glucose hydrocodone hydrolysis hydromorphone hydroxylation immobilised immobilized enzyme incubated initial kinetic lipase maltodextrin MATERIALS AND METHODS microbial microorganisms monooxygenase morphine morphine dehydrogenase morphinone morphinone reductase Mucor miehei lipase NADH NADPH NCIMB non-woven fabrics obtained oligosaccharides optimum organic oxidation P.J.Hailing pH values phase phenol phenol oxidases phosphate buffer phosphorylase propene proteins Pseudomonas putida purified putida M10 reaction mixture reaction rate reactor recombinant regioselectivity RESULTS AND DISCUSSION sequence sinapine soluble solution solvent steroid strain structure substrate substrate conversion synthesis synthetic Technol temperature Vulfson xylitol xylitol production xylose