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A New Kind of Eco-Compatible Hybrid Biocatalyst for Selective Reactions: Artificial Metalloenzymes pp. 31-62 $100.00
Authors:  (Quentin Raffy, Rémy Ricoux, Jean-Pierre Mahy, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien IPHC, Chimie Nucléaire, Strasbourg, France, and others)
Abstract:
Biocatalysts and chemical catalysts are on many aspects complementary: range of substrates and reactions, operating conditions or enantioselectivity. Nowadays, the ecological factor has to be taken into account, which urges industrials to develop ―green chemistry‖ procedures. To deserve the ―green chemistry‖ label, an industrial production must not only resort to catalytic procedures to lower the wastes, but also use harmless solvents. The ideal one would be water, with low temperature and pressure, to lower the power consumption. From this point of view, biocatalysts seem better fitted than chemical catalysts, which are often used in organic solvents. Given their relative complementarities, it is very interesting to conceive catalysts that would combine the robustness and wide range of reactions of synthetic catalysts with the ability of enzymes to work under mild conditions in aqueous medium and with high selectivity. As a result, many teams have been working recently on the conception of hybrid biocatalysts, obtained by association of a protein with a synthetic molecule. 


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