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Organic Synthesis and Immobilized Enzymes

The use of enzymes for synthesis of organic compounds has developed as a novel and alternative source of catalysts to traditional organic chemistry synthetic methods, for application into such diverse areas as pharmaceutics, specialty chemicals and fine chemicals. From the classic legacy Sigma-Aldrich enzyme portfolio, selected enzymes and immobilized enzymes are available for your specific needs in organic synthesis.

1. Whitesides, G.M., and Wong, C.-H., “Enzymes as Catalysts in Organic Synthesis”. Aldrichimica Acta, 16(2), 27-33 (1983). Publication
2. Jones, J.B., “Enzymes in organic synthesis”. Tetrahedron, 42(13), 3351-3403 (1986). Abstract
3. Cao, L., Carrier-bound Immobilzed Enzymes: Principles, Application and Design. Wiley VCH (ISBN 978-3-527-31232-0), 2005.