Enantioselective hydrolase type bioconversions of exogenous substrates using cell suspension cultures of bryophytes. Speicher, A. and Roeser, H. TetrahedronAsymmetry, 13(21):2365-2368, 2002.
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We have prepared green cell suspension cultures of Marchantia. polymorpha, Marchantia plicata, Riccia fluitans and Asterella blumeana. Whole cell biotransformations of the hydrolase type were studied using different exogenous substrates resulting in a small to large-scale production of useful homochiral compounds. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
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 abstract = {We have prepared green cell suspension cultures of Marchantia. polymorpha, Marchantia plicata, Riccia fluitans and Asterella blumeana. Whole cell biotransformations of the hydrolase type were studied using different exogenous substrates resulting in a small to large-scale production of useful homochiral compounds. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.},
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