enzymatic synthesis

en·zy·mat·ic syn·the·sis

synthesis by enzymes. See: biosynthesis.
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This paper unveils the synergism effect achieved using the microwave irradiation technique on enzymatic synthesis under various optimal conditions.
1995) established a "PCR-like system" without template and primers, and proved that Taq DNA polymerase can mediate spontaneous enzymatic synthesis of DNA.
1993) A facile enzymatic synthesis of cellooligosaccharide derivatives using [beta]-lactosyl fluoride.
Although enzymatic synthesis of bio-based polymers such as PLA was considered, the long reaction time of the enzymatic synthesis (12 hours) makes it impractical for completion during the laboratory period.
Gene expression begins with the enzymatic synthesis of an RNA molecule that is a copy of one strand of the DNA segment corresponding to the gene.
Figure 2 shows the percentage yield of the enzymatic synthesis of adipate esters.
The remaining contributions are concerned with industrial products and topics addressed by them include biotransformation of aliphatic hydrocarbons and fatty acids, vegetable oil-based biodegradable industrial lubricants, enzymatic synthesis of functional lipids in organic solvent using lipase, and fermentative production of biopolymers and biosurfactants from glycerol-rich biodiesel coproduct stream and soy molasses.
To overcome the complexity and inefficiency of the chemical synthesis of 4-galactosylxylose, we carried out an enzymatic synthesis involving only 1 reaction step (19), which produced a final preparation with high yield, but consisting of a mixture of 2-, 3-, and 4-galactosylxyloses (Fig.
Because the environment and its resident water breathing fauna are supersaturated with CO, internal concentrations of CO cannot be increased by enzymatic synthesis.
In addition to the parent patent of the original version of the company's proprietary TroVec(TM) ssDNA intracellular expression vector, the international patents include the latest refinement, a single plasmid system for direct enzymatic synthesis of ssDNA (EnzSyn(TM))