Acta Biotechnol. volume 19, issue 3, P273-274 1999 DOI: 10.1002/abio.370190315 View full text
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G. Antranikian

Abstract: The developments in the last few decades have clearly shown that biocatalysts are valuable tools that can be used to create complex molecules from simple precursors. The continuing demands for enantiomerically pure products have prompted many researchers including academia and industry to identify and characterize biological systems including enzymes or living cells and perform biotransformation reactions. In spite of the existence of thousands of enzymes in nature, only a few are being used in biotechnologic…

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