Lectures Biocatalysis I-II
These lectures are for:
Biochemistry and Mobiphys students, M.Sc.-Biochemie and M.Sc. Mobiphys (Biocat. I and Biocat. II)
Frequently asked questions to prepare for the exam for the entire module "Biotechnology" (M.Sc. students) can be found here.
Biotransformations in Organic Synthesis, 6. Ed. (2010), Springer,
B. Riebel, Biocatalysis (2004), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 129 €
V. Kasche, U.T. Bornscheuer, Biocatalysts and Enzyme Technology (2012),
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 89 €
Lecture Biocatalysis I:
- Introduction (pdf)
- Solvent Systems
- Protein Sources / Analytics (pdf)
- Chiral Analysis (pdf)
- Immobilization (pdf)
- Strategies (pdf)
- Cofactor regeneration (pdf)
- Hydrolase: Lipase/Esterase (pdf)
- Hydrolase: Lipase/PLC (pdf)
- Hydrolase: Protease (pdf)
- Hydrolase: Epoxide Hydrolase (pdf)
Lecture Biocatalysis II:
- Oxidoreductase: Dehydrogenase (pdf)
- Oxidoreductase: Monooxygenase (pdf)
- Oxidoreductase: Baeyer-Villiger-MO (pdf)
- Oxidoreductase: Enoatreductase (pdf)
- Lyase: Hydroxynitrile lyase (pdf)
- Lyase: Aldolase (pdf)
- Lyase: Pyruvate decarboxylase (pdf)
- Isomerase: Racemase etc. (pdf)
- Transaminase (pdf)
- Monoamine oxidase / Imine reductase (pdf)
- (Chemo-)enzymatic Cascade Reactions (pdf)
- Examples from Industry (pdf)
- Green Chemistry Principles (pdf)
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