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Ionic liquid-coated enzyme for biocatalysis in organic solvent
Lee, JK; Kim, MJ
2002
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
ISSN0022-3263
Volume67Issue:19Pages:6845-6847
AbstractIonic liquid-coated enzyme (ILCE) is described as a useful catalyst for biocatalysis in organic solvent. An ionic liquid, [PPMIM]-[PF6] (1, [PPMIM] = 1-(3'-phenylpropyl)-3-methylimidazolium), which is solid at room temperature and becomes liquid above 53 degreesC, was synthesized in two steps from N-methylimidazole. The coating of enzyme was done by simply mixing commercially available enzyme with 1 in the liquid phase above 53 degreesC and then allowing the mixture to cool. A representative ILCE, prepared with a lipase from Pseudomonas cepacia, showed markedly enhanced enantioselectivity without losing any significant activity.
KeywordLipase Enantioselectivity Selectivity Resolution Catalysis Crystals Media
Subject AreaChemistry
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Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/9773
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Lee, JK,Kim, MJ. Ionic liquid-coated enzyme for biocatalysis in organic solvent[J]. JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY,2002,67(19):6845-6847.
APA Lee, JK,&Kim, MJ.(2002).Ionic liquid-coated enzyme for biocatalysis in organic solvent.JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY,67(19),6845-6847.
MLA Lee, JK,et al."Ionic liquid-coated enzyme for biocatalysis in organic solvent".JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 67.19(2002):6845-6847.
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