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Bormann, S. (author), Gomez Baraibar, A. (author), Ni, Y. (author), Holtmann, D. (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
Peroxygenases enable H2O2-driven oxyfunctionalisation of organic compounds such as selective epoxidation, hydroxylation and heteroatom oxygenation. Therefore, peroxygenases are potentially very useful tools for the organic chemist. This contribution reviews the current state of the art in peroxygenases, their availability, engineering and...
journal article 2015
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Holtmann, D. (author), Fraaije, M.W. (author), Arends, I.W.C.E. (author), Oppermand, D.J. (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
The scope and limitations of oxygenases as catalysts for preparative organic synthesis is discussed.
journal article 2014
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Schrittwieser, J. (author), Coccia, F. (author), Kara, S. (author), Grischek, B. (author), Kroutil, W. (author), d'Alessandro, N. (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
One-pot combinations of sequential catalytic reactions can offer practical and ecological advantages over classical multi-step synthesis schemes. In this context, the integration of enzymatic and chemo-catalytic transformations holds particular potential for efficient and selective reaction sequences that would not be 10 possible using either...
journal article 2013
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Kara, S. (author), Spickermann, D. (author), Schrittwieser, J.H. (author), Leggewie, C. (author), Van Berkel, W.J.H. (author), Arendsa, I.W.C.E. (author), Hollmann, F. (author)
1,4-Butanediol is shown to be an efficient cosubstrate to promote NAD(P)H-dependent redox biocatalysis. The thermodynamically and kinetically inert lactone coproduct makes the regeneration reaction irreversible. Thereby not only the molar surplus of cosubstrate is dramatically reduced but also faster reaction rates are obtained.
journal article 2012
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