The Concept of Docking/Protecting Groups in Biohydroxylation.

@article{Braunegg1999TheCO,
  title={The Concept of Docking/Protecting Groups in Biohydroxylation.},
  author={Braunegg and A deRaadt and Feichtenhofer and Griengl and Kopper and Lehmann and W{\'e}ber},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={1999},
  volume={38 18},
  pages={2763-2766}
}
A general principle for biohydroxylation, in which time-consuming screening and enrichment techniques are avoided, is demonstrated by the introduction of a docking/protecting group into the substrate. This facilitates acceptance by the microorganism and allows the use of a narrow range of microorganisms, for example Beauveria bassiana ATTC 7159 (B. b.), for… CONTINUE READING