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Biocatalytic Polymer Synthesis in and from Carbon Dioxide for Pollution Prevention
Grant Number R825338
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1996)


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Book Chapter (3)
Journal Article (11)
Meeting (4)
Patent/Patent Application (1)
Presentation (1)
Proceedings (2)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Chapter Kline BJ, Drevon G, Russell AJ, Zwanenburg B, Mikolajczyk M, Kielbasinski P. Enzymes in polymers and polymers from enzymes. Part IV, Chapter 20. Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 2000:397-432 R825338 (Final)
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Book Chapter Rodney RL, Russell AJ. Enzyme chemistry in supercritical fluids. In: DeSimone J, Tumas W, eds. Green Chemistry Using Liquid and Supercritical CO2, Oxford, Oxford University Press. R825338 (Final)
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Book Chapter Rodney RL, Russell AJ, DeSimone JM, Tumas T. Enzyme chemistry in carbon dioxide. Part I, Chapter 6. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 2003/11//:485-489 R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Chaudhary AK, Critchley G, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Biocatalytic polyester synthesis: analysis of the evolution of molecular weight and end-group functionality. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1997;55(1):227-239. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Chaudhary AK, Lopez J, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Biocatalytic solvent-free polymerization to produce high molecular weight polyesters. Biotechnology Progress 1997;13(3):318-325. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Nonequal Reactivity Model for Biocatalytic Polytransesterification. Aiche Journal 1998;44(3):753-764 R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Rapid biocatalytic polytransesterification: reaction kinetics in an exothermic reaction. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1998;59(4):428-437. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Kline BJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. One step biocatalytic synthesis of linear polyesters with pendant hydroxyl groups. Journal of the American Chemical Society 1998;120(37):9475-9480. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Kline BJ, Lele S, Lenart PJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Use of a batch-stirred reactor to rationally tailor biocatalytic polytransesterification. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 2000;67(4):424-434. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Kline BJ, Lele SS, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Role of diffusion in biocatalytic polytransesterification. AIChE Journal 2001;47(2):489-499. R825338 (Final)
R828131 (2002)
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Journal Article Mesiano AJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Supercritical biocatalysis. Chemical Reviews 1999;99(2):623-633. R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Mesiano AJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Biocatalytic synthesis of fluorinated polyesters. Biotechnology Progress 2000;16(1):64-68. R825338 (Final)
R828131 (2002)
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Journal Article Rodney RL, Stagno JL, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Enzymatic synthesis of carbonate monomers and polycarbonates. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1999;62(3):259-266 R825338 (Final)
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Journal Article Rodney RL, Allinson BT, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Enzyme catalyzed polycondensation reactions for the synthesis of aromatic polycarbonates and polyesters. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 1999;65(4):485-489. R825338 (Final)
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Meeting Chaudhary AK, Kline BJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Biocatalytic solvent-free polymerization to produce high molecular weight polyesters. Abstract from the American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Division of Polymer Chemistry, 1997. R825338 (Final)
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Meeting Kline BJ, Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Control of acid termination in enzyme catalyzed polyester synthesis. Abstract from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 1996. R825338 (Final)
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Meeting Kline BJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Enzymatic synthesis of aliphatic polyesters with hydrophilic pendant groups. Abstract from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, November 15-20, 1998. R825338 (Final)
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Meeting Kline BJ, Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Rapid, efficient synthesis of polyesters using enzymes and bulk monomers. Abstract from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, November 16-21, 1997. R825338 (Final)
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Patent/Patent Application Russell AJ, Koepsel RR, Lee SB. Self assembled nanostructures and methods for preparing the same. 2010;(Patent no. 7,666,911) R824730 (Final)
R825338 (Final)
R828131 (2002)
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Presentation Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Industrial biocatalysis: the way ahead. The role of enzyme catalysis in polyester synthesis. Presented at Spring Innovations Ltd., 1997. R825338 (Final)
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Proceedings Chaudhary AK, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Enzymes for polyester synthesis. In: Enzymes in Polymer Synthesis, American Chemical Society Series 684, American Chemical Society, 1998, pp. 18-58. R825338 (Final)
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Proceedings Kline BJ, Beckman EJ, Russell AJ. Synthesis and characterization of aliphatic polyesters with hydrophilic pendant groups using enzymes. In: Proceedings of the American Chemical Society, Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering, August 1998. R825338 (Final)
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