alexa The nitrile-degrading enzymes: current status and future prospects.
Microbiology

Microbiology

Fermentation Technology

Author(s): Banerjee A, Sharma R, Banerjee UC

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Abstract Nitrile-converting enzymes are becoming commonplace in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and commodity chemicals. These versatile biocatalysts have potential applications in different fields including synthetic biocatalysis and bioremediation. This review attempts to describe in detail the three major classes of nitrile-converting enzymes, namely nitrilases, nitrile hydratases and amidases. Various aspects of these enzymes including their occurrence, mechanism of action, characteristics and applicability in different sectors have been elaborately elucidated. Cloning of genes related to nitrile-converting enzymes is also discussed. This article was published in RETRACTED ARTICLE See: Retraction Notice and referenced in Fermentation Technology

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