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Mechanisms of peptide hydrolysis by aspartyl and metalloproteases
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2016)
Peptide hydrolysis has been involved in a wide range of biological, biotechnological, and industrial applications. In this perspective, the mechanisms of three distinct peptide bond cleaving enzymes, beta secretase (BACE1), ...
Easy stabilization of interfacially activated lipases using heterofunctional divinyl sulfone activated-octyl agarose beads. Modulation of the immobilized enzymes by altering their nanoenvironment
Octyl-agarose is a support that permits the one step immobilization, stabilization and purification of lipases. However, the enzyme may be released from the support under drastic conditions. This paper describes a new ...
Semi-rational design of geobacillus stearothermophilus l-lactate dehydrogenase to access various chiral ?-hydroxy acids
Chiral ?-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are rapidly becoming important synthetic building blocks, in particular for the production of pharmaceuticals and other fine chemicals. Chiral compounds of a variety of functionalities are now ...