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Bioconversion of Naturally Occurring Tannins into a Value Added Pharmaceutical Intermediate Gallic Acid a New Approach

@inproceedings{Shete2015BioconversionON,
  title={Bioconversion of Naturally Occurring Tannins into a Value Added Pharmaceutical Intermediate Gallic Acid a New Approach},
  author={H. G. Shete and Manjusha Chitanand},
  year={2015}
}
Gallic acid, a phenolic compound, chemically known as 3,4,5, trihydroxybenzoic acid is an important raw material, having specific use in the pharmaceutical industry. The global demand for gallic acid is more than eight thousand tons per year. Conventionally gallic acid is produced by acid hydrolysis of tannic acid but it has cost, yield and low purity disadvantages. Alternatively, gallic acid can be produced by the microbial hydrolysis of tannic acid by tannase (tannin-acylhydrolase EC 3.1.1.20… Expand

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