Special Issue "Enzymes, Biocatalysis and Chemical Biology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019) | Viewed by 38540
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Interests: organic synthesis; stereoselective synthesis; development of new synthetic methods; biotransformations and use of enzymes in organic synthesis; biogeneration of flavours and fragrances; natural products; synthesis and chemical characterization of APIs; antibiotics and biological active compounds
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Special Issue in Catalysts: Enzyme-Mediated Stereoselective Synthesis II
Chemical transformations that take advantage of biocatalysis are of great interest to chemists. The specific activity and selectivity of the enzymes allow them to perform different chemical reactions with high regio- and stereoselectivity, and a large number of biocatalysed industrial processes have been already established.
At the same time, we can observe the emergence of chemical biology, namely the scientific discipline spanning the fields of chemistry and biology and dealing with chemistry applied to biology.
The aim of this Special Issue is to collect original research papers, reviews and communications focused on biocatalysis applied to organic synthesis, as well as studies related to chemical biology. Contributions dealing with biotransformations, enzymology, the stereoselective synthesis of bioactive chemical compounds, and any study at the interface of chemistry and biology are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Stefano Serra
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- Biocatalysis and biotransformations;
- Stereoselective synthesis;
- Enzymes in organic synthesis;
- Whole-cell biotransformations;
- Chemical biology;
- Biological activity;
- Synthesis of bioactive chemical compounds;
- Natural products