By Andreas S. Bommarius, Bettina R. Riebel-Bommarius
The full diversity of biocatalysis, from an organization grounding in theoretical suggestions to in-depth assurance of functional purposes and destiny views. The publication not just covers reactions, items and approaches with and from organic catalysts, but additionally the method of designing and bettering such biocatalysts.One specified characteristic is that the fields of chemistry, biology and bioengineering obtain equivalent awareness, hence addressing practitioners and scholars from all 3 components.
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Biocatalysis: Fundamentals and Applications by Andreas S. Bommarius, Bettina R. Riebel-Bommarius