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Fig. 2 Fig. 1 Nucleoside phosphotransferase reaction with pyrophosphate as a substrate
Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Conformational flexibility of subtilisin on enantiorecognition
Fig. 4 Fig. 3 Synthesis of R-(-)-2-phenylpropionic acid by N. diaphanozonaria resting cells
Fig. 6 Fig. 4 Schematic representation of the reaction and ultrasound frequency dependence of activity of b-N-acetylglucosaminidases.
Fig. 7 Fig. 5 Conformational flexibility of subtilisin
Fig. 8 Fig. 6 Schematic representation of xylanse-catalyzed glycoside synthesis
Fig. 9 Fig. 7 Microbial deracemization of 2-substituted propanoic acids
Fig. 10 Fig. 8 Enzymatic asymmetric protonation of enol esters in organic solvents
Fig. 11 Fig. 9 Synthesis of (R)-flurbiprofen via enzymatic asymmetric decarboxylation
Fig. 12 Fig. 10 Inversion of the enantioselectivity of arylmalonate decarboxylase by point mutation
Fig. 13 Fig. 11 Novel compounds which possess gem-difluorocyclopropane moieties
Fig. 14 Fig. 12 Lipase-catalyzed enantioselective acylation under reduced pressure conditions in an ionic liquid solvent system
Fig. 15 Fig. 13 Enantioselective acylation of mandelic acid methyl ester catalyzed by immobilized-lipase PS in an ionic liquid solvent system
Fig. 17 Fig. 14 Protease-catalyzed regioselective polymerization of diethyl L-glutamate hydrochloride
Fig. 18 Fig. 15 Reduction of ketones with Cyanobacteria
Fig. 19 Fig. 16 Carboxylation of pyrrole in supercritical CO2
Fig. 20 Fig. 17 The exploitation of 'P6C World'using biotransformation
Fig. 21 Fig. 18 Glucosylation of gentisic acid with a glucosyltransferase from C. roseus
Fig. 22 Fig. 19 Enzymatic coupling of inverse substrates with dipeptide esters
Fig. 23 Fig. 20 Lipase-catalyzed trans esterification of 1,1,1-trifluoro-2-alkanoles
Fig. 24 Fig. 21 The oxidative modification of Trp-43 in the mutant
Fig. 25 Fig. 22 The reduction of a-keto esters by SCKER
Fig. 26 Fig. 23 Chemoenzymatic synthesis of 1
Fig. 27 Fig. 24 Substrate specificity of Pfω-III toward various amino donors
Fig. 29 Fig. 25 Preparation of 'Toyonites'with silane coupling agents
Fig. 30 Fig. 26 Substrate analogs studied in this work
Fig. 31 Fig. 27 FPS reaction of epoxygeranyl diphosphate with IPP-homologs
Fig. 32 Fig. 28 Synthsis of biologically active compounds
Fig. 33 Fig. 29 Cyclo(Gly-Leu) hydrolysis by Agrobacterium radiobacter NM5-3
Fig. 34 Fig. 30 Cyclo(Leu-Phe) dehydrogenation by Streptomyces albulus KO23
Fig. 35 Fig. 31 Kinetic resolution of 2,3-difluorohomoalylalcohols
Fig. 36 Fig. 32 The direct glycosylation of capsaicin by Eucalyptus cultured suspension cells
Fig. 37 Fig. 33 Enzyme-catalyzed resolution of racemic prolines and prolinols
Fig. 38 Fig. 34 Substrate specificity of Torulaspora delbrueckii-mediated reduction on bicyclic substrates
Fig. 39 Fig. 35 Synthetic route to sporochnols
Fig. 40 Fig. 36 Synthesis of macrosphelide A based on enzymatic hydrolysis of triester
Fig. 41 Fig. 37 Synthesis of (+)-ambrein based on the coupling of enzymatic reaction products
Fig. 42 Fig. 38 Lactonization along with trans-cis isomerization from enzymatic reaction products
Fig. 43 Fig. 39 Asymmetric reduction of a nitroalkene by novel nitroalkane reductases
Fig. 44 Fig. 40 Inversion temperatures in the lipase-catalyzed kinetic resolutions
Fig. 45 Fig. 41 Organic bridges used for immobilization of a lipase
Fig. 46 Fig. 42 Optically active azirines as the chiral building block
Fig. 47 Fig. 43 Enantioselective and regioselective glucosidation of 1,2-diols by CGTase
Fig. 48 Fig. 44 Asymmetric reduction of ketones using a reductase isolated from bakers' yeast
Fig. 49 Fig. 45 In vitro evolution of E. coli sialic acid aldolase
Fig. 50 Fig. 46 Polymerization of phenol catalyzed by crude peroxidase from horseradish
Fig. 51 Fig. 47 Enantioselective acetylation of 2-octanol by lipases immobilized on mesoporous silica FMS.
Fig. 52 Fig. 48 Dynamic kinetic resolution of hemiaminals using Lipase PS
Fig. 53 Fig. 49 Bio-catalyzed resolution of cis- and trans-indandiol diacetate mixture
Fig. 54 Fig. 50 Enantioselective esterification in supercritical CO2
Fig. 56 Fig. 51 Lipase-catalyzed polymerization of diethoxydimethylsilane
Fig. 57 Fig. 52 A specific use for each enantiomer with food proteins
Fig. 58 Fig. 53 Biotransformation of Nobiletin (1) by S. litura
Fig. 59 Fig. 54 Synthetic route to 2-docosahexaenoyl-1-tetracosahexaenoyl-sn glycerophosphocholine
Fig. 1 Table 1 Increase of enantioselectivity by mutant esterases
Fig. 5 Table 2 Feasibility study for synthesis of single-enantiomer compounds in industry
Fig. 16 Table 3 LPS-catalyzed acetylations of 2-substituted cyclohexanols
Table 1 Table 4 Comparison of MsATs with an aminotransferase belonging to subfamily Ig
Fig. 28 Table 5 Stereoselectivity to acetates of primary and secondary aryl or aryloxy alcohol by Candida antarctica lipase
Table 2 Table 6 The characteristics of chitinase inhibiors from 5 fungal strains
Fig. 55 Table 7 The reduction of a-keto esters by SCKER

更新日 02.5.17
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