2 edition of Microbiological transformations of aza-steroids. 1977. found in the catalog.
Microbiological transformations of aza-steroids. 1977.
Philip John Dawson
Written in English
Ph.D. thesis of the Council for National Academic Awards.
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Biotransformation of steroids 1. STEROID BIOTRANSFORMATION • Presented by: Sudha Chib (H) bt (2) 2. CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION • TYPES OF STEROIDAL TRANSFORMATION • COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT • FERMENTATION CONDITION OF SOME STEROIDS • ADVANTAGES • DISADVANTAGES 3. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOGNOSY – Microbial Transformations of Natural Products – S.R. Gopishetty, M.T. Louie and M.V. Subramanian ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Targeted application of microbial transformations emerged only after the 19th century. The fusion of two sciences namely, organic chemistry and File Size: KB.
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Microbial Transformations of Steroids: A Handbook aims to provide those who wish to use microbial transformations of steroids with a single source book starting from to the present. The handbook first offers information on the history of the microbial transformations of organic compounds, including earliest works on the study of nonsteroids and steroids; significance of Book Edition: 1.
Microbiological transformations of 3α-acetoxya-aza-D-homo-5α-androstanone and of 3α-acetoxy-5α-androstanone with the fungus Cunninghamella elegans Trevor A. Crabb, John A. Saul and Roger O.
WilliamsCited by: 2. Microbiological Transformations of Steroids. VII. Preparation of 11α-Hydroxypregnane-3,dione and 11α-Hydroxyallopregnane-3,dione1.
Journal of the American Chemical Society75 (2), DOI: /jaaCited by: Microbes find use in the synthesis and production of pharmacologically active steroids. Microbial transformation of steroids was recognised after the successful llα-hydroxylation of progesterone by the fungus, Rhizopus arrhizus.
1 Microorganisms can be efficiently used to carry out hydroxylation of a steroid molecule at specific by: 5. A culture of Actinomyces albus is incapable of reducing the keto group of 17α,deoxy-Δketo steroids except when the substrate contains an oxygen function in Cited by: and by making use of the features an unknown product of a microbiological transformation of 17a,20a,trihydroxypregnenone was easily characterized as a acetoxysteroid.
INTRODUCTION Products in microbiological transformations of Microbiological transformations of aza-steroids. 1977. book have usually been characterized by techniques of classical organic chemistry. But. Vol IsPages Microbiological transformations of oxygenated ent -kauranes Author links open overlay panel E.L.
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The microbiological transformation of some ent-kaurene 7- and alcohols by Gibberella fujikuroiCited by: The biotransformation of steroids is one of the most important microbial processes that are highly regio- and stereospecific, involving chemical modifications (e.g.
oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, isomerisation, epoxidation, etc.) to the parent steroid which are catalysed by the microbial enzymes. Notes-Microbiological Transformation of Steroids.
The Transformation of Reichstein's Compound S by Scenedesmus sp. Diketopiperazine Metabolites from Scenedesmus by: 8. Microbiological Assay: An Introduction to Quantitative Principles and Evaluation aims to provide an introduction to the principles of microbiological assay, assay design, and calculation procedures.
Organized into nine chapters, this book begins with the philosophy of biological assay Book Edition: 1. Continuous fermentation trials on the bioconversions of pregnadiene to pregnatriene by Septomyxa affinis and progesterone to 11α-hydroxyprogesterone by Rhizopus nigricans were conducted successfully in an eight-stage pilot plant reactor.
The first stage was used as the mycelial growth stage while the steroid solutions were added continuously to stage 2, thus using the remaining stages as Cited by: 9.
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Iizuka, A. Naito. Abbott BJ, Fukuda DS, Archer RA. Microbiological transformation of cannabinoids. Experientia. Jun 15; 33 (6)– Abbott BJ, Laskin AI, McCoy CJ.
Growth of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus on ethanol. Appl Microbiol. May; 25 (5)– [PMC free article]Cited by: 2. Microbiological transformations. Part 5. Microbiological transformations of 17a-aza- and aza-D-homoandrostene derivatives with the fungus Cunninghamella elegans. Authors contributing to RSC publications (journal articles, books or book chapters) do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article Cited by: 5.
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CONTINUOUS MICROBIOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF STEROIDS Thesteroid solution contained 50g/liter ofpregnadiene dissolved in propylene glycol. 11a-Hydroxyprogesterone fermentation. The steroid feed rate was adjusted to deliver 1 g of progesterone/ liter of fermentation by: 9.
Microbial transformations of steroids. [Alois Čapek; Oldřich Hanč; Milan Tadra] -- Fundamental studies of steroid compounds have begun approximately thirty years ago with the solution of structures of cholesterol and bile acids.
Microbiological Transformations of Δ 6a,10a-Tetrahydrocannabinol David Fukuda, Robert A. Archer, and Bernard J. Abbott The Lilly Research Laboratories, Cited by: 5. PDF | 1. Flavone and isoflavone were subjected to microbial transformation studies. Screening with 80 fungal species showed that flavone was transformed | Find, read and cite all the research.Books at Amazon.
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