Biocatalytic hydrogenation of the C=C bond in the enone unit of hydroxylated chalcones—process arising from cyanobacterial adaptations

@inproceedings{yszkaHaberecht2018BiocatalyticHO,
  title={Biocatalytic hydrogenation of the C=C bond in the enone unit of hydroxylated chalcones—process arising from cyanobacterial adaptations},
  author={Beata Żyszka-Haberecht and Anna Poliwoda and Jacek Lipok},
  booktitle={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2018}
}
  • Beata Żyszka-Haberecht, Anna Poliwoda, Jacek Lipok
  • Published in
    Applied Microbiology and…
    2018
  • Medicine, Biology
  • To verify the hypothesis that cyanobacteria naturally biosynthesising polyphenolic compounds possess an active enzymatic system that enables them to transform these substances, such an ability of the biocatalytic systems of whole cells of these biota was assessed for the first time. One halophilic strain and seven freshwater strains of cyanobacteria representing four of the five taxonomic orders of Cyanophyta were examined to determine the following: (i) whether they contain polyphenols… CONTINUE READING

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