Immobilized Enzymes: A Breakthrough in Fine Chemicals Processing
There are several reactions in which enzymes have been applied for the production of fine chemicals. The main thrust of this paper is to discuss these processes, examining in particular the advantages that enzymes have to offer.
KeywordsFumaric Acid Penicillin Acylase Dimethyl Aniline Urocanic Acid Butanol Acetone
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