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Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–2): A. R. Battersby
Chapter 2 An Illustrative instance of a Synthetically invaluable Enzyme: Horse Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase (pages 3–21): J. Bryan Jones
Chapter three Enzymic Synthesis of Labelled Chiral elements (pages 22–30): Alan R. Battersby
Chapter four Enzyme?Controlled Reactions Giving Alkanols of Use within the Synthesis of Biologically energetic Molecules (pages 31–39): Stanley M. Roberts
Chapter five Large?Scale Purification of Enzymes (pages 40–56): Michael D. Scawen
Chapter 6 Immobilized Enzymes in natural Synthesis (pages 57–75): Klaus Mosbach
Chapter 7 purposes of Cell?Free Enzymes in natural Synthesis (pages 76–96): George M. Whitesides
Chapter eight Chiral items from Non?Pyridine Nucleotide?Dependent Reductases and techniques for NAD(P)H Regeneration (pages 97–111): Helmut Simon, Helmut Gunther, Johann Bader and Stefan Neumann
Chapter nine Stereochemistry and artificial functions of goods of Fermentation of ???Unsaturated fragrant Aldehydes through Baker's Yeast (pages 112–127): Claudio Fuganti and Piero Grasselli
Chapter 10 Extending the Applicability of Esterases of Low Enantioselectivity in uneven Synthesis (pages 128–145): Yi?Fong Wang, Ching?Shih Chen, Gary Girdaukas and Charles J. Sih
Chapter eleven Microbial modifications of a few Monoterpenoids and Sesquiterpenoids (pages 146–170): W. R. Abraham, H. M. R. Hoffmann, okay. Kieslich, G. Reng and B. Stumpf
Chapter 12 production of Novel Chiral Synthons with Enzymes: software to Enantioselective Synthesis of Antibiotics (pages 171–187): Masaji Ohno
Chapter thirteen Kinetics of Trypsin Catalysis within the commercial Conversion of Porcine Insulin to Human Insulin (pages 188–203): Jan Markussen and Aage Volund
Chapter 14 remodeling Enzymes via Site?Directed Mutagenesis (pages 204–218): A. R. Fersht and G. P. Winter
Chapter 15 The layout of recent Enzyme energetic websites for the Catalysis of particular Chemical Reactions (pages 219–237): Emil Thomas Kaiser and Czeslaw Radziejewski
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The toxicity of low concentrations of bicycloheptenone and bicycloheptenols towards yeast and M. ramanniana did not augur well for production of large quantities of optically active materials. * Optical purity of alcohol(s) not determined. 36 ROBERTS Curvularia lunata Cell-free extracts of C. lunata reduced the bicycloheptenone after addition of NADPH. The extent of bicycloheptenone reduction was approximately stoichiometric with added NADPH, and further fractionation of the cell-free extracts indicated the presence of soluble NADP+-linked bicycloheptenone reductase activity.
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