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Catalysts, Volume 7, Issue 2 (February 2017)
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Description Transaminases are enzymes that catalyse transaminations i.e. enantioselective reactions leading to [...] Read more. Transaminases are enzymes that catalyse transaminations i.e. enantioselective reactions leading to the production of chiral amines—precursors of many important drugs. As transaminases are highly enantioselective and operate in mild conditions, they help reduce waste quantity and toxicity. Immobilizing transaminases on a solid support, e.g. silica monolith, allow recovering and reusing the biocatalysts. In order to design a truly green and industrially practicable process, the transamination reaction is processed in a continuous flow mode. View this paper.