About the book
Hydrolases are enzymes that catalyze the cleavage of a covalent bond using water. Hydrolases include esterases that work on ester bonds, such as phosphatases and proteases or peptidases that act on amide bonds in peptides. Hydrolase-based methods are atom-efficient, cost-effective, scalable, and environmentally sustainable. We would like to collect the hydrolase-related data that has been listed in the keyword in the form of a reference book.
The book will provide researchers with an overview of what has already worked, recent success, and how they can make decisions to solve their own research challenges using the principle of biocatalysis using hydrolases. The topics are very well organized. The book will address recent developments in the use of hydrolases, emphasizing the substantial progress taken in enzyme development and optimization.
The book is a must-have for those involved in using hydrolases in their studies. This book will be an excellent reference for biochemists, as well as students and scholars interested in the0 bio and organic chemistry, and polymer recycling.