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- Blaschke, Lisa; Wagner, Wenke; Werkmeister, Christina; Wild, Marion; Gihring, Adrian; Rupp, Steffen; Zibek, Susanne
- Journal of biotechnology 2016
- DNA; Escherichia coli; Pseudomonas putida; biogas; biotransformation; chaperonins; formaldehyde; genes; industrial applications; nucleotide sequences; purification methods; rapid methods; recycling; redox reactions
- ... Formaldehyde dismutase (FDM) is a very interesting enzyme, due to the fact that it comprises an internal cofactor regeneration mechanism. The FDM, therefore, is able to catalyze redox reactions independent of exogenous cofactor addition, rendering the enzyme powerful for industrial applications. Currently, only one enzyme of this type has been characterized enzymatically. Furthermore, only one add ...