Microbial Transformations Of Non‐Steroid Cyclic Compounds

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Degradation of a nonâ phenolic arylglycerol βâ aryl ether by

microbial degradation and modification. Therefore one widely used approach for lignin degradation studies has been the use of synthetic low molecular mass lignin substructure model compounds. These dimeric or oligomeric com- pounds contain the linkages which are typical for polymeric lignin.

L-Phenylalanine and L-Tyrosine Catabolism by Streptomyces

APPLIEDANDENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, Mar. 1985, p. 727-729 Vol. 49, No. 3 0099-2240/85/030727-03$02.00/0 Copyright © 1985, American Society for Microbiology L

Microbial Transformations of Non-Steroid Cyclic Compounds S

Microbial Transformations of Non-Steroid Cyclic Compounds Edited by Klaus Kieslich John Wiley and Sons/Georg Thieme; Stuttgart, 1976 xxii + 1262 pages. £ 42.50, $ 85.00 Compilations of the Microbial Transformation of Steroids exist, e.g., the handbook of Charney and

Volume 83, number 1 FEBS LETTERS November 1977

Microbial Transformations of Non-Steroid Cyclic Compounds Edited by Klaus Kieslich John Wiley and Sons/Georg Thieme; Stuttgart, 1976 xxii + 1262 pages. £ 42.50, $ 85.00 Compilations of the Microbial Transformation of Steroids exist, e.g., the handbook of Charney and

References Tesi Fortunati - UNISA

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The Microbiological Transformation of Diterpenoids

microbiological transformations from recent fungal work on the diterpenoids. The work prior to 1973 has been reviewed5 in Microbial Transformations of Non-Steroid Cyclic Com- pounds by Kieslich. 2. Xe n o b i ot i c Transformations 2.1 Bicyclic Diterpenoids Plants of the genus Grindelia (Compositae) produce a resin

Microbial transformations of nonâ steroid cyclic compounds

attempt at systematizing microbial transformations of non-steroid cyclic compounds according to reaction type beloved by organic chemists in tabular form. Headings include: Empirical and Structural Formula of the Substrate, Organisms used, Reaction Product, Yield, Isolation Method, Reaction Type and Reference.

Enzymatische Reduktion einiger aromatischer Carboxysäuren

ENZYMATISCHE REDUKTION Tabelle 1 Charakteristik der Aldehyde Aldehyd Ausbeute/% Benzaldehyd 49,6 Anisaldehyd 51,3 Vanillin 54,2 Veratraldehyd

BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY EDUCATION

Cinematographica; Microbial Transformations of Non-Steroid Cyclic Compounds by Kieslich; Hormone Chemistry, Vol. 2 - Steroid and miscellaneous Hormones, 2nd ed. by Butt; Hazards in the Chemical Laboratory, 2nd ed. edited by Muir; Index to Biochemical Reviews 1976 compiled by Arnstein and Arnstein.