Sucrose-utilizing transglucosidases for biocatalysis.

@article{Andr2010SucroseutilizingTF,
  title={Sucrose-utilizing transglucosidases for biocatalysis.},
  author={Isabelle Andr{\'e} and Gabrielle Potocki-V{\'e}ron{\`e}se and Sandrine Morel and Pierre Monsan and Magali Remaud-Sim{\'e}on},
  journal={Topics in current chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={294},
  pages={25-48}
}
Sucrose-utilizing transglucosidases are valued tools in chemistry to generate glycodiversification. Not only do these enzymes use as substrate an abundant agroresource, sucrose, but they also share a remarkable versatility regarding the acceptor substrate, allowing the structurally-controlled synthesis of diverse glucosylated products. Latest research has… CONTINUE READING