By Siegfried Peters, Thomas Rose, Matthias Moser (auth.), Amélia P. Rauter, Pierre Vogel, Yves Queneau (eds.)
Sucrose: A Prospering and Sustainable natural uncooked Material,By S. Peters, T. Rose, and M. Moser; Sucrose-Utilizing Transglucosidases for Biocatalysis, by means of I. André, G. Potocki-Véronèse, S. Morel, P. Monsan, and M. Remaud-Siméon; Difructose Dianhydrides DFAs) and DFA-Enriched items as practical meals, by means of C. Ortiz Mellet and J. M. García Fernández; improvement of Agriculture Left-Overs: high quality natural chemical compounds from Wheat Hemicellulose-Derived Pentoses, by means of F. Martel, B. Estrine, R. Plantier-Royon, N. Hoffmann, and C. Portella; Cellulose and Derivatives from wooden and Fibers as Renewable resources of Raw-Materials, through J.A. Figueiredo, M.I. Ismael, C.M.S. Anjo, and A.P. Duarte; Olive Pomace, a resource for necessary Arabinan-Rich Pectic Polysaccharides,By M. A. Coimbra, S. M. Cardoso, and J. A. Lopes-da-Silva; Oligomannuronates from Seaweeds as Renewable assets for the improvement of eco-friendly Surfactants,By T. Benvegnu and J.-F. Sassi; From average Polysaccharides to fabrics for Catalysis, Adsorption, and Remediation, by means of F. Quignard, F. Di Renzo, and E. Guibal
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The glucosylation yield is dependent on both the enzyme recognition of the acceptor molecule and the reaction conditions. The regiospecificity of the reaction is controlled by the topology of the enzyme active site and thus the positioning of the acceptor in a catalytically productive conformation. Synthesis thus proceeds by successive transfers of glucosyl units onto oligosaccharides, which can be either the product or the acceptor substrate. In particular, DSR-S Sucrose-Utilizing Transglucosidases for Biocatalysis 35 Fig.
3 Opportunities for Applications Through the Use of Engineered Enzymes . . . . . . 40 4 Conclusion: Future Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 I. Andre´ (*), G. Potocki-Ve´rone`se, S. Morel, P. Monsan, and M. fr 26 I. Andre´ et al. 1 Introduction Carbohydrates and glycoconjugates find more and more applications in the food, feed, pharmaceutical, or cosmetic industries as stabilizers, bulking agents, immunostimulating agents, or prebiotic compounds able to stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the human and animal gut .
Carbohydrates in Sustainable Development I by Siegfried Peters, Thomas Rose, Matthias Moser (auth.), Amélia P. Rauter, Pierre Vogel, Yves Queneau (eds.)