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Transketolase from Escherichia coli: A practical procedure for using the biocatalyst for asymmetric carbon-carbon bond synthesis

Morris, KG; Smith, MEB; Turner, NJ; Lilly, MD; Mitra, RK; Woodley, JM; (1996) Transketolase from Escherichia coli: A practical procedure for using the biocatalyst for asymmetric carbon-carbon bond synthesis. TETRAHEDRON-ASYMMETR , 7 (8) 2185 - 2188.

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Abstract

A practical procedure is reported for the use of the enzyme transketolase, from Escherichia coli, for asymmetric carbon-carbon bond synthesis. The reactions with the biocatalyst are conveniently carried out, on a gram scale, in unbuffered aqueous media by employing a pH autotitrator. An improved large scale synthesis of hydroxypyruvate is also reported. Copyright (C) 1996 Elsevier Science Ltd

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Title:Transketolase from Escherichia coli: A practical procedure for using the biocatalyst for asymmetric carbon-carbon bond synthesis
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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