The Institute´s research activities can be classified in principle into biocatalysis and a part which can be described as "Advanced compounds, techniques and procedures".
Additional highlights are due to the long-term experience in modern Carbohydrate Chemistry as well as the synthesis of higly functionalised natural products and biologically active analogues in enantio- and diastereomerically pure form.
Advanced compounds: in the field of drugs,auxiliaries for glycobiology, molecular sensors for biochemistry and food technology,
advanced techniques and procedures: biocatalysis,enantioselective chemical catalysis, glyotechnology. The institute is the administrative centre of Spezialforschungsbereich "Biocatalysis". Biocatalysis means using the special properties of the catalysts of Nature, the enzymes, such as: high selectivity, mild reaction conditions and the minimisation of wastes in order to solve problems in the fields of chemistry, technology and ecology.
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Grajchen, E., Loix, M., Baeten, P., Côrte-Real, B. F., Hamad, I., Vanherle, S., Haidar, M., Dehairs, J., Broos, J. Y., Ntambi, J. M., Zimmermann, R., Breinbauer, R., Stinissen, P., Hellings, N., Verberk, S. G. S., Kooij, G., Giera, M., Swinnen, J. V., Broux, B., Kleinewietfeld, M., & 2 othersHendriks, J. J. A. & Bogie, J. F. J., 2023, (Accepted/In press) In: Cellular and Molecular Immunology.
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