The biotransformation of the two enantiomers of carvone, (–)-(1a) and (+)-(1b), by two bacteria (Pseudomonas putida and Acinetobacter lwoffi) isolated from different environments is reported. The metabolites from the biotransformations carried out in liquid cultures using the sterile TS-2 mineral medium were screened by headspace solid phase microextraction/GC–MS. The results show that these bacteria are efficient tools in the diastereoselective bioreduction of (+)- and (–)-carvone.

Biocatalytic reduction of (+)- and (–)-carvone by bacteria / Cramarossa, Maria Rita; A., Nadini; Bondi, Moreno; Messi, Patrizia; Pagnoni, Ugo Maria; Forti, Luca. - In: COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE. - ISSN 1631-0748. - STAMPA. - 8:(2005), pp. 849-852. [10.1016/j.crci.2005.02.006]

Biocatalytic reduction of (+)- and (–)-carvone by bacteria

CRAMAROSSA, Maria Rita;BONDI, Moreno;MESSI, Patrizia;PAGNONI, Ugo Maria;FORTI, Luca
2005

Abstract

The biotransformation of the two enantiomers of carvone, (–)-(1a) and (+)-(1b), by two bacteria (Pseudomonas putida and Acinetobacter lwoffi) isolated from different environments is reported. The metabolites from the biotransformations carried out in liquid cultures using the sterile TS-2 mineral medium were screened by headspace solid phase microextraction/GC–MS. The results show that these bacteria are efficient tools in the diastereoselective bioreduction of (+)- and (–)-carvone.
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Biocatalytic reduction of (+)- and (–)-carvone by bacteria / Cramarossa, Maria Rita; A., Nadini; Bondi, Moreno; Messi, Patrizia; Pagnoni, Ugo Maria; Forti, Luca. - In: COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE. - ISSN 1631-0748. - STAMPA. - 8:(2005), pp. 849-852. [10.1016/j.crci.2005.02.006]
Cramarossa, Maria Rita; A., Nadini; Bondi, Moreno; Messi, Patrizia; Pagnoni, Ugo Maria; Forti, Luca
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