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Chiral Recognition on Cellulases
by Uppsala Universitet
Written in English
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These findings thus provide a clear molecular-level illustration of the well known three-point contact mo12 for chiral recognition in a simple bimolecular system. You have full access to. A Chiral Amines as Resolving Agents. Resolution of Racemic Acids. The most commonly used procedure for separating enantiomers is to convert them to a mixture of diastereomers that will have different physical properties: melting point, boiling point, solubility, and so on (Section ).For example, if you have a racemic or \(D\),\(L\) mixture of enantiomers of an acid and convert this to a.
The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase 1 and endoglucanase 1. FEBS Lett. (3),– ().Crossref, Medline, CAS, Google Scholar; 37 Götmar G, Fornstedt T, Guiochon G. Retention mechanism of β-blockers on an immobilized cellulase. Relative importance of the hydrophobic and Cited by: This review summarizes the literature survey on chiral recognition from a theoretical view point. Nevertheless, experimental results in the gas phase are reported when they are relevant for the theoretical calculations. The review is divided into the following sections: general considerations; experiment vs. theory; pure theoretical results; solvent effects; metals as glue; optical rotatory Cited by: 5.
The book provides a solid background on stereochemistry, from its early history, including an overview of terms and concepts, to the current drug development process, legal and regulatory issues, and the new stereoisomeric drugs. It is a one-stop reference for pharmaceutical scientists and chemists working with chiral drug g: Cellulases. Enantioselective Synthesis, Enantiomeric Separations and Chiral Recognition. by Maria Elizabeth Tiritan 1,2,3,*, Madalena Pinto 2,3 and Carla Fernandes 2,3. 1. Sciforum Preprints Scilit SciProfiles MDPI Books Encyclopedia MDPI Blog Follow MDPI LinkedIn Facebook Twitter.
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Chiral recognition in separation methods is a valuable book compiling a detailed description of most of the essential chiral selectors employed in chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques. Both Chiral Recognition on Cellulases book and practitioners interested in enantiorecognition mechanisms should have it in their library.” (Caroline West, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol.
)Format: Hardcover. The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase 1 and endoglucanase 1Cited by: The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase 1 and endoglucanase 1 Hongbin Henriksson Department of Biochemistry, Uppsala University, Biomedical Centre, P.O.
BoxS 23 Uppsala, SwedenCited by: The chiral compounds separated on the cellulase-CSPs can influence the catalyticactivity of the cellulases as either inhibitors (in most cases) or activators (some cases inCBH II). Part of the Methods in Molecular Biology book series (MIMB, volume ) H., Stålberg, J., Isaksson, R., and Pettersson, G.
() The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase Cellulases as Chiral Selectors in Capillary Electrophoresis. In: Gübitz G., Schmid M.G. (eds) Chiral Author: Gunnar Johansson, Roland Isaksson, Göran Pettersson. Chiral recognition in separation methods is a valuable book compiling a detailed description of most of the essential chiral selectors employed in chromatographic and electrophoretic techniques.
Both students and practitioners interested in enantiorecognition mechanisms should have it in their library.” (Caroline West, Analytical and.
Cellulases are powerful chiral selectors especially for the separation of basic drugs. They have found applications both in liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis. Cellulases, which are produced in large amounts, are well characterised and thus useful for fundamental studies of the chiral recognition mechanism using, for instance, computer by: Understanding the molecular interactions responsible for chiral recognition is of primary importance in life chemistry.
Gas-phase experiments on either neutral or ionic adducts of chiral molecules allow for the study of intrinsic properties of chiral recognition in solvent-free by: The special case of chiral ionic liquids is examined in detail.
Most modern chiral selectors are discussed, including derivatized polysaccharide- and cyclodextrin-based selectors, along with a newly introduced class of carbohydrates: the cyclofructose selectors.
Optically pure carboxylic acids or amines with aggregation‐induced emission (AIE) properties could enantioselectively interact with one enantiomer of a chiral amine or a chiral acidic compound to give precipitates or a suspension, while it resulted in a solution with another enantiomer of the chiral amine or the chiral acidic : Yan‐Song Zheng.
The active sites of cellulases are involved in chiral recognition: a comparison of cellobiohydrolase 1 and endoglucanase 1 By Hongbin Henriksson, Jerry Ståhlberg, Roland Isaksson and Göran Pettersson Download PDF ( KB) No static citation data No static citation data CiteCited by: Chiral recognition of racemic mixtures continues to be an active area of research in gas chromatography, liquid chromatography, and of late, capillary electrophoresis.
Whatever the separation technique employed, chiral recognition is obtained in one of three ways: 1. Formation of diastereomers 2 by additives to the mobile phase or carrier electrolyte. Chiral recognition on a molecular level is essential for the rational design of chiral separation media and for understanding the fundamental interactions between biological molecules.
It is especially important in all of the life chemistries, particularly in pharmacology, due to the differences in behavior between the enantiomers of a chiral molecule embedded in a chiral : $ Chiral Recognition and Partial Resolution of 1-Phenylethylamine through Noncovalent Interactions Using Binuclear Ni(II) Complex as Host.
Crystal Growth & Design14 (8), DOI: /cg Chao Cheng, Zongwei Cai, Xiao-Shui Peng, and Henry N. by: As a proof-of-concept, an l-phenylalanine-based metal–organic framework Zn-MOF, namely [Zn2(l-Phe)2(bpe)2]n, was designed for experimentally revealing the chiral recognition mechanism of alanine and leucine by means of 13C CP MAS NMR spectroscopy, X-ray Cited by: 1.
The current work proposes a novel determination method for enantiomeric excess (ee) in (mono- and di-) amines using molecular self-assembly. A pyridine-attached binaphthyl derivative ((R)-1) exhibits fluorescence responses based on imine formation between the aldehyde group of (R)-1 and target chiral amines Chemical Science HOT Article Collection The Mechanics of Supramolecular ChemistryAuthor: Yui Sasaki, Soya Kojima, Vahid Hamedpour, Riku Kubota, Shin-ya Takizawa, Isao Yoshikawa, Hirohiko Ho.
We elucidate the subtle energetic effects that give rise to chiral recognition in the propylene oxide dimer. Specifically, we investigate 6 homochiral (RRx) and 6 heterochiral (RSx) structures of this complex, with the RRn–RSn pair sharing the same pattern of weak O H–C hydrogen bonds but subtly differing in energy due to chiral effects.
The interaction energies for the 12 Cited by: 1. Book Description. Understanding the molecular interactions responsible for chiral recognition is of primary importance in life chemistry.
Gas-phase experiments on either neutral or ionic adducts of chiral molecules allow for the study of intrinsic properties of chiral recognition in solvent-free conditions.
The Composition of the Mobile Phase Affects the Dynamic Chiral Recognition of Drug Molecules by the Chiral Stationary Phase, Langmuir.,33(1), – .
The research on chiral recognition and chiral selection is not only fundamental in resolving the puzzle of homochirality, but also instructive in chiral Cited by:. Chiral molecules are stereoselective with regard to specific biological functions.
Enantiomers differ considerably in their physiological reactions with the human body. Safeguarding the quality and safety of drugs requires an efficient analytical platform by which to selectively probe chiral compounds to ensure the extraction of single enantiomers.
Asymmetric synthesis is a mature approach to Cited by: Current Trends in Research and Application of Microbial Cellulases Article (PDF Available) in Research Journal of Microbiology 6(1) January with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Chiral Recognition in Separation Methods by Alain Berthod,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.