Paul Lubrano

Paul Lubrano
University of Tuebingen | EKU Tübingen · Bacterial Metabolomics


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Nowadays the use whole cell or enzymes in modern chemical manufacturing processes is gaining ground over chemical synthetic processes. Traditional chemical methods often require time-consuming multistep-processes, harsh operating conditions and the use of chemical reagents and organic solvents that are expensive and environmentally harmful. Conversely, enzymatic production by whole cells or enzymes improves regio-, stereo- and enantioselectivity and provides an eco-friendly framework. As a result, the replacement of chemical strategies by enzymatic or chemo-enzymatic approaches is a common practice in pharmaceutical, textile, food, cosmetic and biomedical industries. In this respect, this Special Issue aims to gather the recent advances in the field of biocatalysis and biotransformations. Topics include but are not limited to the following - Directed evolution - Protein engineering - Bioprocesses catalyzed by proteins or whole cells - Enzyme immobilization - Bioprocess Engineering - Enzymatic and/or chemoenzymatic synthesis of high value-added compounds - Applied Biotechnology - Environmental Biocatalysis - Agro- and Food Biotechnology - Industrial Biotechnology