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medicine
lysine appears important for dental biofilm accumulation and the epithelial barrier to bacterial proinflammatory agents. After oral hygiene restriction, lysine decarboxylase activity seems to determine dental biofilm lysine content and biofilm accumulation. When biofilm lysine exceeds minimal blood plasma content after oral hygiene restriction, less gingival crevicular fluid appears despite more biofilm
synthesis
CadA is the conventional cadaverine producer; the enzyme EcLdcC can be used for whole-cell biotransformation (a whole-cell biocatalyst) using a constitutive lysine decarboxylase from Escherichia coli for the high-level production of cadaverine from industrial grade L-lysine. It is more effective in comparison to EcCadA. Cadaverine is used for synthesis of bio-polyamides
synthesis
enzyme AsLdc has a high potential for the industrial production of cadaverine
synthesis
enzyme LDC plays a crucial role in the synthesis of cadaverine, an important industrial platform chemical. Cadaverine is utilized with a variety of applications such as the production of polyamides, polyurethanes, chelating agents, and additives
synthesis
the enzyme can be used for industrial production of cadaverine, especially mutant T88S is a promising biocatalyst
synthesis
the enzyme can be used for synthesis of cadaverine, a biogenic amine, that has the potential to become an important platform chemical for the production of industrial polymers, such as polyamides and polyurethanes
synthesis
the enzyme can be used for synthesis of cadaverine, a biogenic amine, that has the potential to become an important platform chemical for the production of industrial polymers, such as polyamides, polyurethanes, and nylon. Nylon is one of the most commonly used polymers, and cadaverine has the potential to substitute hexamethylenediamine to produce nylon-5,4, nylon-5,6, nylon-5,10, or nylon-5,12
synthesis
the enzyme can potentially be used for synthesis and production of cadaverine. Cadaverine is a promising chemical platform that has a variety of applications, including the production of polyamides, polyurethanes, chelating agents, and additives. In particular, it is relevant for the production of bio-based nylon, which can be used to replace conventional polyamides from petrochemical routes. Whereas Nylon 66 is a polymer composed of hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid, Nylon 56 is a polymer that is produced by the co-polymerization of cadaverine and adipic acid
synthesis
the immobilized recombinant enzyme CadACLEA can be used as a potential catalyst for efficient production of cadaverine
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