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Preparation of optically active secondary alcohols related to synthetic pyrethroids by microbial asymmetric hydrolysis of the corresponding acetates


, : Preparation of optically active secondary alcohols related to synthetic pyrethroids by microbial asymmetric hydrolysis of the corresponding acetates. Agricultural & Biological Chemistry 46(10): 2579-2586

Asymmetric hydrolysis of the acetates of racemic secondary alcohols related to synthetic pyrethroids by Bacillus subtilis var. niger (IFO 3108) yielded optically active acetates and alcohols of varying optical purities.


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