Hall Mélanie
Hall Mélanie
Department of Chemistry, University of Graz
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Cellulose crystallinity–a key predictor of the enzymatic hydrolysis rate
M Hall, P Bansal, JH Lee, MJ Realff, AS Bommarius
The FEBS journal 277 (6), 1571-1582, 2010
Modeling cellulase kinetics on lignocellulosic substrates
P Bansal, M Hall, MJ Realff, JH Lee, AS Bommarius
Biotechnology advances 27 (6), 833-848, 2009
Asymmetric bioreduction of activated C= C bonds using enoate reductases from the old yellow enzyme family
R Stuermer, B Hauer, M Hall, K Faber
Current opinion in chemical biology 11 (2), 203-213, 2007
Artificial biocatalytic linear cascades for preparation of organic molecules
JH Schrittwieser, S Velikogne, M Hall, W Kroutil
Chemical reviews 118 (1), 270-348, 2018
Enantioenriched compounds via enzyme-catalyzed redox reactions
M Hall, AS Bommarius
Chemical reviews 111 (7), 4088-4110, 2011
Asymmetric bioreduction of C C bonds using enoate reductases OPR1, OPR3 and YqjM: enzyme‐based stereocontrol
M Hall, C Stueckler, H Ehammer, E Pointner, G Oberdorfer, K Gruber, ...
Advanced synthesis & catalysis 350 (3), 411-418, 2008
Multivariate statistical analysis of X-ray data from cellulose: a new method to determine degree of crystallinity and predict hydrolysis rates
P Bansal, M Hall, MJ Realff, JH Lee, AS Bommarius
Bioresource technology 101 (12), 4461-4471, 2010
Asymmetric bioreduction of activated alkenes using cloned 12‐oxophytodienoate reductase isoenzymes OPR‐1 and OPR‐3 from Lycopersicon esculentum (tomato): a striking change of …
M Hall, C Stueckler, W Kroutil, P Macheroux, K Faber
Angewandte Chemie 119 (21), 4008-4011, 2007
Asymmetric bioreduction of activated alkenes to industrially relevant optically active compounds
CK Winkler, G Tasnádi, D Clay, M Hall, K Faber
Journal of biotechnology 162 (4), 381-389, 2012
Stereocomplementary bioreduction of α, β-unsaturated dicarboxylic acids and dimethyl esters using enoate reductases: enzyme-and substrate-based stereocontrol
C Stueckler, M Hall, H Ehammer, E Pointner, W Kroutil, P Macheroux, ...
Organic letters 9 (26), 5409-5411, 2007
Asymmetric Bioreduction of Activated C=C Bonds Using Zymomonas mobilis NCR Enoate Reductase and Old Yellow Enzymes OYE 1–3 from Yeasts
M Hall, C Stueckler, B Hauer, R Stuermer, T Friedrich, M Breuer, W Kroutil, ...
European Journal of Organic Chemistry 2008 (9), 1511-1516, 2008
Oxidative decarboxylation of short‐chain fatty acids to 1‐alkenes
A Dennig, M Kuhn, S Tassoti, A Thiessenhusen, S Gilch, T Bülter, T Haas, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (30), 8819-8822, 2015
Asymmetric whole-cell bioreduction of an α, β-unsaturated aldehyde (citral): competing prim-alcohol dehydrogenase and C–C lyase activities
M Hall, B Hauer, R Stuermer, W Kroutil, K Faber
Tetrahedron: asymmetry 17 (21), 3058-3062, 2006
Asymmetric bioreduction of alkenes using ene–reductases YersER and KYE1 and effects of organic solvents
Y Yanto, CK Winkler, S Lohr, M Hall, K Faber, AS Bommarius
Organic letters 13 (10), 2540-2543, 2011
Biological pretreatment of cellulose: Enhancing enzymatic hydrolysis rate using cellulose-binding domains from cellulases
M Hall, P Bansal, JH Lee, MJ Realff, AS Bommarius
Bioresource technology 102 (3), 2910-2915, 2011
Elucidation of cellulose accessibility, hydrolysability and reactivity as the major limitations in the enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose
P Bansal, BJ Vowell, M Hall, MJ Realff, JH Lee, AS Bommarius
Bioresource technology 107, 243-250, 2012
Nitroreductase from Salmonella typhimurium: characterization and catalytic activity
Y Yanto, M Hall, AS Bommarius
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 8 (8), 1826-1832, 2010
Unusual reactions mediated by FMN-dependent ene-and nitro-reductases
K Durchschein, M Hall, K Faber
Green chemistry 15 (7), 1764-1772, 2013
Biocatalytic reduction of activated CC-bonds and beyond: emerging trends
CK Winkler, K Faber, M Hall
Current Opinion in Chemical Biology 43, 97-105, 2018
Electrophilic and nucleophilic enzymatic cascade reactions in biosynthesis
BT Ueberbacher, M Hall, K Faber
Natural product reports 29 (3), 337-350, 2012
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