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Bracco Garcia, M.P. (author), Torrelo Villa, G. (author), Noordam, Sander (author), de Jong, Glenn (author), Hanefeld, U. (author)
The hydroxynitrile lyase from Prunus amygdalus was immobilized on Celite R-633. The immobilized enzyme could successfully be utilized in buffer saturated MTBE and excellent conversions of benzaldehyde to R-mandelonitrile were observed. No leaching occurred. To achieve high enantioselectivities, the suppression of the undesired background...
journal article 2018
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Dominguez de Maria, P (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
Biocatalysis is generally regarded as a “green” technology. This statement is justified by the mild reaction conditions, the use of aqueous reaction media—with water as the paradigm of green solvents—, and the renewable nature of the biocatalysts. However, researchers making these statements frequently do not take into account the entire picture...
journal article 2015
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De Torres, M. (author), Dimroth, J. (author), Arends, I.W.C.E. (author), Keilitz, J. (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
Rh(III)-TsDPEN, an immobilized analog of the well-known [Cp*Rh(bpy)(H2O)]2+ was evaluated as a heterogeneous, recyclable regeneration catalyst for reduced oxidoreductase cofactors [NAD(P)H]. Repeated use of this catalyst was established and the catalytic properties were initially investigated. Apparently, Rh(III)-TsDPEN is prone to severe...
journal article 2012
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Hollmann, F. (author), Arends, I.W.C.E. (author)
Biocatalysis is propagating into practically every area of organic chemistry, amongst them radical polymerizations. A review of the recent developments of this dynamic and quickly evolving area of research is presented together with a critical evaluation of its potential to yield novel polymers and/or environmentally more benign synthetic...
journal article 2012
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