Frank Hollmann mostly deals with Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Cofactor, Biocatalysis and Redox. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mutagenesis, Visible spectrum, Hydrogen peroxide and Enzyme. His Enzyme research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Selectivity and Chemist.
The various areas that Frank Hollmann examines in his Cofactor study include Monooxygenase, Enzyme catalysis, Nicotinamide, Stereochemistry and NAD+ kinase. His research investigates the connection with Biocatalysis and areas like Green chemistry which intersect with concerns in Environmental chemistry and Catalytic oxidation. His Redox research includes themes of Combinatorial chemistry, Oxidoreductase and Organic synthesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Biocatalysis, Combinatorial chemistry and Cofactor. His study in Enzyme, Substrate, Enzyme catalysis, Alcohol dehydrogenase and Monooxygenase is carried out as part of his Organic chemistry studies. As a part of the same scientific family, Frank Hollmann mostly works in the field of Catalysis, focusing on Redox and, on occasion, Organic synthesis.
His work carried out in the field of Biocatalysis brings together such families of science as Yield, Reaction conditions and Hydrogen peroxide. Frank Hollmann interconnects Electron donor and Halogenation in the investigation of issues within Combinatorial chemistry. His Cofactor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nicotinamide, Stereochemistry, NAD+ kinase and Flavin group.
Frank Hollmann focuses on Biocatalysis, Combinatorial chemistry, Catalysis, Organic chemistry and Enzyme. His Biocatalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dielectric barrier discharge, Oxidase test, Hydrogen peroxide and Photochemistry. His study in Combinatorial chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Formate dehydrogenase, Cofactor, Organic synthesis, Redox and Halogenation.
Frank Hollmann has included themes like Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, NAD+ kinase and Flavin group in his Cofactor study. His research on Catalysis frequently links to adjacent areas such as Methanol. His Enzyme study incorporates themes from Decarboxylation and Cascade reaction.
His primary areas of study are Combinatorial chemistry, Biocatalysis, Organic chemistry, Catalysis and Redox. His work deals with themes such as Enzyme, Cofactor, Hydroxylation, Hydrogen peroxide and Peroxide, which intersect with Combinatorial chemistry. His research in Biocatalysis intersects with topics in Asymmetric hydrogenation, Dielectric barrier discharge and Rose bengal.
His research in the fields of Yield and Solvent overlaps with other disciplines such as Front cover and Limonene. His research integrates issues of Oxidase test, Overpotential and Electrode in his study of Catalysis. Frank Hollmann combines subjects such as Commodity chemicals, Chemoselectivity, Reductive amination, Organic synthesis and Enone with his study of Redox.
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Are natural deep eutectic solvents the missing link in understanding cellular metabolism and physiology
Young Hae Choi;Jaap van Spronsen;Yuntao Dai;Marianne Verberne.
Plant Physiology (2011)
Enzyme-mediated oxidations for the chemist
Frank Hollmann;Isabel W. C. E. Arends;Katja Buehler;Anett Schallmey.
Green Chemistry (2011)
Enzymatic reductions for the chemist
Frank Hollmann;Isabel W. C. E. Arends;Dirk Holtmann.
Green Chemistry (2011)
Synthetic cascades are enabled by combining biocatalysts with artificial metalloenzymes
V. Köhler;Y. M. Wilson;M. Dürrenberger;D. Ghislieri.
Nature Chemistry (2013)
The use of enzymes in the chemical industry in Europe.
Andreas Schmid;Frank Hollmann;Jin Byung Park;Bruno Bühler.
Current Opinion in Biotechnology (2002)
Biocatalytic Oxidation Reactions: A Chemist's Perspective
JiaJia Dong;Elena Fernández-Fueyo;Frank Hollmann;Caroline E. Paul.
Angewandte Chemie (2018)
Biocatalytic Redox Reactions for Organic Synthesis: Nonconventional Regeneration Methods
Frank Hollmann;Isabel W. C. E. Arends;Katja Buehler.
Selective aerobic oxidation reactions using a combination of photocatalytic water oxidation and enzymatic oxyfunctionalizations
Wuyuan Zhang;Elena Fernández-Fueyo;Yan Ni;Morten van Schie.
Missing Journal / Fehlende Zeitschrift (2018)
Peroxygenases en route to becoming dream catalysts. What are the opportunities and challenges
Yonghua Wang;Dongming Lan;Rabia Durrani;Frank Hollmann.
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology (2017)
Oxidoreductases on their way to industrial biotransformations
Angel T. Martínez;Francisco J. Ruiz-Dueñas;Susana Camarero;Ana Serrano.
Biotechnology Advances (2017)
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