Transformation of microcrystalline hydrocortisone by free and immobilized cells of Arthrobacter simplex

@article{Vlahov2004TransformationOM,
  title={Transformation of microcrystalline hydrocortisone by free and immobilized cells of Arthrobacter simplex},
  author={R. Vlahov and V. Pramatarova and G. Spassov and G. Suchodol'skaya and K. Koshcheenko},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={172-175}
}
  • R. Vlahov, V. Pramatarova, +2 authors K. Koshcheenko
  • Published 2004
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • SummaryThe transformation of microcrystalline hydrocortisone by free and immobilized cells of Arthrobacter simplex resulted in formation of prednisolone. The effect of medium composition, non-ionogenic surfactants and exogeneous electron acceptors on the Δ1-dexydrogenase activity of free and immobilized cells is described. 
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