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Premium The electrochemical regeneration of NAD + revisited
Laval JeanMarc,
Bourdillon Christian,
Moiroux Jacques
Publication year1987
Publication title
biotechnology and bioengineering
Resource typeJournals
PublisherWiley Subscription Services
Abstract An actual yield of 99.97% (i.e., 3000 potential regenerating cycles) has been obtained for the electrochemical regeneration of NAD + . The deactivation of the coenzyme is not related to the number of cycles; it is only time dependent. For biotechnological applications, these results show that electrochemical regeneration can compete with enzymatic regeneration for selective oxidation by dehydrogenases.
Subject(s)biochemistry , biology , chemistry , cofactor , electrochemistry , electrode , enzyme , materials science , metallurgy , microbiology and biotechnology , nad+ kinase , regeneration (biology) , yield (engineering)
SCImago Journal Rank1.136

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