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Production of Ethylene Glycol from Glycerol Using an In Vitro Enzymatic Cascade
Glycerol is a readily available and inexpensive substance that is mostly generated during biofuel production processes. In order to ensure the viability of the biofuel industry, it is essential to develop complementing technologies for the resource utilization of glycerol. Ethylene glycol is a two-carbon organic chemical with multiple applications and a huge market. In this study, an artificial enzymatic cascade comprised alditol oxidase, catalase, glyoxylate/hydroxypyruvate reductase, pyruvatedoi:10.3390/catal11020214 fatcat:5fzveabkqjcqhelgaxuibkg424