Towards recyclable NAD(P)H regeneration catalysts

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Abstract

Rh(III)-TsDPEN, an immobilized analog of the well-known [Cp*Rh(bpy)(H2O)] 2+ was evaluated as a heterogeneous, recyclable regeneration catalyst for reduced oxidoreductase cofactors [NAD(P)H]. Repeated use of this catalyst was established and the catalytic properties were initially investigated. Apparently, Rh(III)-TsDPEN is prone to severe diffusion limitations, necessitating further developments. Overall, a promising concept for chemoenzymatic redox catalysis is proposed, which may overcome some of the current limitations such as catalyst cost and incompatibility of Rh with some biocatalysts.

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De Torres, M., Dimroth, J., Arends, I. W. C. E., Keilitz, J., & Hollmann, F. (2012). Towards recyclable NAD(P)H regeneration catalysts. Molecules, 17(8), 9835–9841. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules17089835

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