Best Reference Books – Enzymes in Organic Synthesis

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Enzymes In Organic Synthesis subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Enzymes In Organic Synthesis along with reviews.

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1. “Enzymes in Synthetic Organic Chemistry ” by C H Wong and G H Whitesides

“Enzymes in Synthetic Organic Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses the development of organic enzymatic synthesis with a particular focus on the use of isolated enzymes. It includes a variety of topics such as enzyme immobilization and stabilization techniques. The book also explains the site-directed mutagenesis. This book will be useful for a scientist working in the Organic Chemistry area.

2. “Biotransformations in Organic Chemistry” by Kurt Faber

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“Biotransformations in Organic Chemistry” Book Review: This book offers a simplified introduction to biocatalysis. A remarkable arsenal of highly selective transformations for modern preparatory organic chemistry is provided by the use of biocatalysts. It includes various topics such as stereoselective transformation rules, kinetics, nomenclature of enzymes and handling. This book will be beneficial for undergraduate and graduate students in biocatalysis.

3. “Enzyme Catalysis in Organic Synthesis” by Karlheinz Drauz

“Enzyme Catalysis in Organic Synthesis” Book Review: This book discusses organic transformations catalyzed by enzymes. It includes enzymes that are commercially available and considers compounds and reactions as well. This book will act as a guide for organic chemists, chemists in industry and stereochemistry.

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4. “Enzymes in Organic Synthesis” by CIBA
5. “Organic Synthesis with Enzymes in Non–Aqueous Media” by Giacomo Carrea and Sergio Riva

“Organic Synthesis with Enzymes in Non–Aqueous Media” Book Review: This book discusses various non-aqueous systems for synthetic applications. It contains various topics, such as non-aqueous enzymology, hydrolase-based synthetic applications and non-hydrolytic enzymes. The book also includes a variety of synthetic examples, including pharmaceutical and fine chemical processes on an industrial scale.

6. “New Enzymes for Organic Synthesis: Screening, Supply and Engineering” by Thomas Scheper

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“New Enzymes for Organic Synthesis: Screening, Supply and Engineering” Book Review: This book discusses the production of enzymatic synthesis for useful compounds. It is understood that isolated enzymes are useful for synthesizing complex molecules. Screening of novel enzymes, their biochemical characterization and approaches to reaction engineering to improve their performance. This book will be useful for organic chemists, chemists in industry and stereochemistry.

7. “Enzymes as Catalysts in Organic Synthesis” by Manfred P Schneider
8. “Enzymes in Synthetic Organic Chemistry” by Wong and Whitesides

“Enzymes in Synthetic Organic Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses the development of organic enzymatic synthesis with a particular focus on the use of isolated enzymes. It includes a variety of topics such as enzyme immobilization and stabilization techniques. It also contains the use of enzymes in extreme conditions and the alteration of enzyme properties by chemical modification. The book also explains the site-directed mutagenesis. This book will be useful for a scientist working in the Organic Chemistry area.

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9. “ENZYMES: Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Clinical Chemistry” by Trevor Palmer and Philip Bonner

“ENZYMES: Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Clinical Chemistry” Book Review: This book offers an introduction to enzymology. It includes various topics, such as membrane chromatography, partitioning of the aqueous phase and advances in bioinformatics/proteomics. It also involves study by 2D-electrophoresis and RPHPLC. This will be beneficial for undergraduates in biochemistry, biological and analytical sciences, and medicine.

10. “Principles of Enzyme Technology” by M Y Khan and Farha Khan

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“Principles of Enzyme Technology” Book Review: This book discusses the principles of Enzyme Technology, which provides an exhaustive presentation of enzyme technology. It includes a variety of topics, such as the Enzyme Environment. Enzyme purification, enzyme mobilization and the control of enzymes. It also involves inhibitions of the enzyme, multi-substrate reactions and response mechanisms of representative enzymes. This book will be useful for students of biotechnology and biochemistry.

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