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By Toshiomi Yoshida, Sang Yup Lee, Jens Nielsen, Gregory Stephanopoulos

A complete review of the subject, highlighting contemporary advancements, ongoing learn traits and destiny directions.
specialists from Europe, Asia and the U.S. disguise 5 center components of drawing close value to the nutrition, feed, pharmaceutical and water remedy industries by way of sustainable and leading edge processing and construction. within the box of enzyme engineering, they summarize ancient advancements and supply an outline of molecular enzyme engineering, whereas additionally discussing key rules of microbial procedure engineering, together with chapters on strategy improvement and keep watch over. extra sections take care of animal and plant cellphone tradition engineering. the ultimate element of the publication offers with environmental subject matters and highlights the applying of bioengineering ideas in waste therapy and the restoration of helpful resources.
With its state of the art visions, vast discussions and specified views, it is a prepared reference for biotechnologists, bioengineers, bioengineers, biotechnological institutes, and environmental chemists.

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KGaA. 1 Ferments (enzyme activities) known until 1880. Enzyme Ferment source Catalyzed reaction References Protease Tannase Cyanogen Glutin comp. Emulsin Gastric juice Gall nut Plant roots Wheat Bitter almonds Meat liquefaction Hydrolysis of tannin Substrate: guaiacum Starch hydrolysis Amygdalin hydrolysis Diastatic activity Amylase Sinigrinase Pepsin Trypsin Saccharase Pectase Pancreas Pancreas extract Pancreatic ferment Ptyalin Malt Starch hydrolysis Starch hydrolysis Spallanzani (1783)a) Scheele (1786)b) Planche (1810)a) Kirchhoff (1814)a) Robiquet and Boutron (1830)a); Chalard, Liebig and Wöhler (1837)a) Leuchs (1831)a) Payen and Persoz [10] Faure (1835)a) Schwann (1836)a) Corvisart (1856)a) Berthelot (1860)a) Payen [11] Bernard (1856)b) Dobell [12] Frankland (1885) Yeast Plants Pancreas Protein hydrolysis Protein hydrolysis Sucrose hydrolysis Pectin hydrolysis Lipolytic activity Fatand starch hydrolysis Fat hydrolysis a) From: Sumner and Somers [3].

Edited by Toshiomi Yoshida. © 2017 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. Published 2017 by Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA. 1 Ferments (enzyme activities) known until 1880. Enzyme Ferment source Catalyzed reaction References Protease Tannase Cyanogen Glutin comp. Emulsin Gastric juice Gall nut Plant roots Wheat Bitter almonds Meat liquefaction Hydrolysis of tannin Substrate: guaiacum Starch hydrolysis Amygdalin hydrolysis Diastatic activity Amylase Sinigrinase Pepsin Trypsin Saccharase Pectase Pancreas Pancreas extract Pancreatic ferment Ptyalin Malt Starch hydrolysis Starch hydrolysis Spallanzani (1783)a) Scheele (1786)b) Planche (1810)a) Kirchhoff (1814)a) Robiquet and Boutron (1830)a); Chalard, Liebig and Wöhler (1837)a) Leuchs (1831)a) Payen and Persoz [10] Faure (1835)a) Schwann (1836)a) Corvisart (1856)a) Berthelot (1860)a) Payen [11] Bernard (1856)b) Dobell [12] Frankland (1885) Yeast Plants Pancreas Protein hydrolysis Protein hydrolysis Sucrose hydrolysis Pectin hydrolysis Lipolytic activity Fatand starch hydrolysis Fat hydrolysis a) From: Sumner and Somers [3].

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