Enzymatic synthesis of gallic acid esters
Esters of gallic acid were synthesized by enzymatic means using tannase fromAspergillus niger. Alcohols ranging from C1 through C12 and diols from C3 through C6 were tested and found to form esters in the presence of the enzyme.
Index EntriesEnzymatic synthesis, of gallic acid esters synthesis, enzymatic, of gallic acid esters gallic acid esters, enzymatic synthesis of esters, enzymatic synthesis of gallic acid
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