Perspectives of biotechnological production of l-tyrosine and its applications

@article{LtkeEversloh2007PerspectivesOB,
  title={Perspectives of biotechnological production of l-tyrosine and its applications},
  author={Tina L{\"u}tke-Eversloh and Christine Nicole S. Santos and Gregory Stephanopoulos},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={77},
  pages={751-762}
}
The aromatic amino acid l-tyrosine is used as a dietary supplement and has promise as a valuable precursor compound for various industrial and pharmaceutical applications. In contrast to chemical production, biotechnological methods can produce l-tyrosine from biomass feedstocks under environmentally friendly and near carbon-free conditions. In this minireview, various strategies for synthesizing l-tyrosine by employing biocatalysts are discussed, including initial approaches as well as more… 
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