Using ionic liquids in whole-cell biocatalysis for the nucleoside acylation

@inproceedings{Yang2014UsingIL,
  title={Using ionic liquids in whole-cell biocatalysis for the nucleoside acylation},
  author={Meiyan Yang and Hui Wu and Yan Lian and Xiao-Feng Li and Yao Ren and Furao Lai and Guanglei Zhao},
  booktitle={Microbial cell factories},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND The use of biocatalysts has become an increasingly attractive alternative to traditional chemical methods, due to the high selectivity, mild reaction conditions and environmentally-friendly processes in nonaqueous catalysis of nucleosids. However, the extensive use of organic solvents may generally suffer from sever drawbacks such as volatileness and toxicity to the environment and lower activity of the biocatalyst. Recently, ionic liquids are considered promising solvents for… CONTINUE READING
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