Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes

Gröger H (2014)
Angewandte Chemie. International edition 53(12): 3067-3069.

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New perspectives through enzymes: Recent breakthroughs have been achieved in the selective hydroxy functionalization of non-activated C-H and C=C bonds. Enzymes turned out to be suitable catalysts for the ω-hydroxylation of (substituted) alkanes and regioselective hydroxylation of aromatic hydrocarbons with atmospheric oxygen as the oxidant, and the asymmetric addition of water to non-activated alkenes.
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Gröger H. Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes. Angewandte Chemie. International edition. 2014;53(12):3067-3069.
Gröger, H. (2014). Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes. Angewandte Chemie. International edition, 53(12), 3067-3069.
Gröger, H. (2014). Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes. Angewandte Chemie. International edition 53, 3067-3069.
Gröger, H., 2014. Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes. Angewandte Chemie. International edition, 53(12), p 3067-3069.
H. Gröger, “Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes”, Angewandte Chemie. International edition, vol. 53, 2014, pp. 3067-3069.
Gröger, H.: Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes. Angewandte Chemie. International edition. 53, 3067-3069 (2014).
Gröger, Harald. “Hydroxy Functionalization of Non-Activated C-H and C=C Bonds: New Perspectives for the Synthesis of Alcohols through Biocatalytic Processes”. Angewandte Chemie. International edition 53.12 (2014): 3067-3069.
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