CEPOPA envisions a sustainable cascade one-pot process for the synthesis of optically pure amines from alcohols and/or alkynes, using enzymes immobilized onto catalytically active nanomaterials. In the framework of the project, efficient chemoenzymatic processes will be developed for the synthesis of a set of amines that can be used as building blocks for pharmaceuticals or biomaterials.
Objectives: Development of efficient ATA immobilization approach. Production of a hybrid catalyst of high catalytic efficiency.
Description of Work: Τhe ATAs selected in WP2 will be expressed, purified and covalently and/or non-covalently immobilized on the GO selected in WP1. The catalytic behavior (in terms of catalytic activity, stability and reusability) and the structural implications of the immobilization will be investigated. For comparison purposes, the non-optimized ATAs (prior to the
Objectives: Protocol identification and establishment for the synthesis of high-performing catalytic GO in the desired oxidation reactions under mild conditions. Characterization of the most prominent materials synthesized and comparison to commercially available material.
Description of Work: Several established chemical methods will be used for the synthesis of GO. Each batch will be characterized, for instance for its C/O ratio, surface area and conductivity. The catalytic profile of the
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