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    1. Leitner, C; Mayr, P; Riva, S; Volc, J; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B; Haltrich, D
      Enzymatic redox isomerization of 1,6-disaccharides by pyranose oxidase andNADH-dependent aldose reductase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS B-ENZYMATIC
    2. Griessler, R; Pickl, M; D'Auria, S; Tanfani, F; Nidetzky, B
      Oxyanion-mediated protein stabilization: Differential roles of phosphate for preventing inactivation of bacterial alpha-glucan phosphorylases

      BIOCATALYSIS AND BIOTRANSFORMATION
    3. Eis, C; Watkins, M; Prohaska, T; Nidetzky, B
      Fungal trehalose phosphorylase: kinetic mechanism, pH-dependence of the reaction and some structural properties of the enzyme from Schizophyllum commune

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    4. Splechtna, B; Petzelbauer, I; Baminger, U; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      Production of a lactose-free galacto-oligosaccharide mixture by using selective enzymatic oxidation of lactose into lactobionic acid

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    5. Petzelbauer, I; Splechtna, B; Nidetzky, B
      Galactosyl transfer catalyzed by thermostable beta-glycosidases from Sulfolobus solfataricus and Pyrococcus furiosus: Kinetic studies of the reactions of galactosylated enzyme intermediates with a range of nucleophiles

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Klimacek, M; Szekely, M; Griessler, R; Nidetzky, B
      Exploring the active site of yeast xylose reductase by site-directed mutagenesis of sequence motifs characteristic of two dehydrogenase/reductase family types

      FEBS LETTERS
    7. Nidetzky, B; Mayr, P; Neuhauser, W; Puchberger, M
      Structural and functional properties of aldose xylose reductase from the D-xylose-metabolizing yeast Candida tenuis

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    8. Nidetzky, B; Klimacek, M; Mayr, P
      Transient-state and steady-state kinetic studies of the mechanism of NADH-dependent aldehyde reduction catalyzed by xylose reductase from the yeast Candida tenuis

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Mayr, P; Bruggler, K; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      D-Xylose metabolism by Candida intermedia: isolation and characterisation of two forms of aldose reductase with different coenzyme specificities

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    10. Griessler, R; D'Auria, S; Tanfani, F; Nidetzky, B
      Thermal denaturation pathway of starch phosphorylase from Corynebacterium callunae: Oxyanion binding provides the glue that efficiently stabilizes the dimer structure of the protein

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    11. Hadwiger, P; Mayr, P; Nidetzky, B; Stutz, AE; Tauss, A
      Synthesis of 5,6-dimodified open-chain D-fructose derivatives and their properties as substrates of bacterial polyol dehydrogenase

      TETRAHEDRON-ASYMMETRY
    12. Nidetzky, B; Eis, C; Albert, M
      Role of non-covalent enzyme-substrate interactions in the reaction catalysed by cellobiose phosphorylase from Cellulomonas uda

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    13. Griessler, R; D'Auria, S; Schinzel, R; Tanfani, F; Nidetzky, B
      Mechanism of thermal denaturation of maltodextrin phosphorylase from Escherichia coli

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    14. Petzelbauer, I; Reiter, A; Splechtna, B; Kosma, P; Nidetzky, B
      Transgalactosylation by thermostable beta-glycosidases from Pyrococcus furiosus and Sulfolobus solfataricus - Binding interactions of nucleophiles with the galactosylated enzyme intermediate make major contributions to the formation of new beta-glycosides during lactose conversion

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Petzelbauer, I; Zeleny, R; Reiter, A; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      Development of an ultra-high-temperature process for the enzymatic hydrolysis of lactose: II. Oligosaccharide formation by two thermostable beta-glycosidases

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    16. Hadwiger, P; Mayr, P; Tauss, A; Stutz, AE; Nidetzky, B
      Binding and catalysis by yeast aldose reductase: A substrate-analog approach with new aldose derivatives

      BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
    17. Klimacek, M; Eis, C; Nidetzky, B
      Continuous production of alpha,alpha-trehalose by immobilised fungal trehalose phosphorylase

      BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
    18. Schinzel, R; Nidetzky, B
      Bacterial alpha-glucan phosphorylases

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    19. Nidetzky, B; Mayr, P; Hadwiger, P; Stutz, AE
      Binding energy and specificity in the catalytic mechanism of yeast aldose reductases

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    20. Eis, C; Nidetzky, B
      Characterization of trehalose phosphorylase from Schizophyllum commune

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    21. Grosswindhager, C; Sachslehner, A; Nidetzky, B; Haltrich, D
      Endo-beta-1,4-D-mannanase is efficiently produced by Sclerotium (Athelia) rolfsii under derepressed conditions

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    22. Baminger, U; Nidetzky, B; Kulbe, KD; Haltrich, D
      A simple assay for measuring cellobiose dehydrogenase activity in the presence of laccase

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    23. Graninger, M; Nidetzky, B; Heinrichs, DE; Whitfield, C; Messner, P
      Characterization of dTDP-4-dehydrorhamnose 3,5-epimerase and dTDP-4-dehydrorhamnose reductase, required for dTDP-L-rhamnose biosynthesis in Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium LT2

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Petzelbauer, I; Nidetzky, B; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD
      Development of an ultra-high-temperature process for the enzymatic hydrolysis of lactose. 1. The properties of two thermostable beta-glycosidases (vol 64, pg 322, 1999)

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    25. Petzelbauer, I; Nidetzky, B; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD
      Development of an ultra-high-temperature process for the enzymatic hydrolysis of lactose. I. The properties of two thermostable beta-glycosidases

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    26. Slatner, M; Nidetzky, B; Kulbe, KD
      Kinetic study of the catalytic mechanism of mannitol dehydrogenase from Pseudomonas fluorescens

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    27. Lunzer, R; Ortner, I; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      Enzymatic regeneration of NAD in enantioselective oxidation of secondary alcohols: Glutamate dehydrogenase versus NADH dehydrogenase

      BIOCATALYSIS AND BIOTRANSFORMATION
    28. Slatner, M; Nagl, G; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      Enzymatic production of pure D-mannitol at high productivity

      BIOCATALYSIS AND BIOTRANSFORMATION
    29. Leitner, C; Neuhauser, W; Volc, J; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B; Haltrich, D
      The cetus process revisited: A novel enzymatic alternative for the production of aldose-free D-fructose

      BIOCATALYSIS AND BIOTRANSFORMATION
    30. NEUHAUSER W; STEININGER M; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      RAPID PREPARATION IN HIGH-YIELD OF PURE FORMATE DEHYDROGENASE FROM PICHIA-AUGUSTA

      Biotechnology techniques
    31. KERN M; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD; HALTRICH D
      EFFECT OF NITROGEN-SOURCES ON THE LEVELS OF ALDOSE REDUCTASE AND XYLITOL DEHYDROGENASE-ACTIVITIES IN THE XYLOSE-FERMENTING YEAST CANDIDA-TENUIS

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    32. LEITNER C; HALTRICH D; NIDETZKY B; PRILLINGER H; KULBE KD
      PRODUCTION OF A NOVEL PYRANOSE 2-OXIDASE BY BASIDIOMYCETE TRAMETES MULTICOLOR

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    33. SILVAMARTINEZ M; HALTRICH D; NOVALIC S; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      SIMULTANEOUS ENZYMATIC-SYNTHESIS OF GLUCONIC ACID AND SORBITOL - CONTINUOUS PROCESS-DEVELOPMENT USING GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    34. SACHSLEHNER A; HALTRICH D; GUBITZ G; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD
      EFFICIENT PRODUCTION OF MANNAN-DEGRADING ENZYMES BY THE BASIDIOMYCETESCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    35. Lunzer, R; Mamnun, Y; Haltrich, D; Kulbe, KD; Nidetzky, B
      Structural and functional properties of a yeast xylitol dehydrogenase, a Zn2+-containing metalloenzyme similar to medium-chain sorbitol dehydrogenases

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    36. SACHSLEHNER A; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD; HALTRICH D
      INDUCTION OF MANNANASE, XYLANASE, AND ENDOGLUCANASE ACTIVITIES IN SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    37. FURLINGER M; SATORY M; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      CONTROL OF THE ASSOCIATION STATE OF TETRAMERIC GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS AS THE RATIONALE FOR STABILIZATION OFTHE ENZYME IN BIOCHEMICAL REACTORS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    38. Eis, C; Albert, M; Dax, K; Nidetzky, B
      The stereochemical course of the reaction mechanism of trehalose phosphorylase from Schizophyllum commune

      FEBS LETTERS
    39. FURLINGER M; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      A MULTISTEP PROCESS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PRODUCT-INDUCED INACTIVATION OF GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS

      European journal of biochemistry
    40. NEUHAUSER W; STEININGER M; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      A PH-CONTROLLED FED-BATCH PROCESS CAN OVERCOME INHIBITION BY FORMATE IN NADH-DEPENDENT ENZYMATIC REDUCTIONS USING FORMATE DEHYDROGENASE-CATALYZED COENZYME REGENERATION

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    41. NEUHAUSER W; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      NONCOVALENT ENZYME-SUBSTRATE INTERACTIONS IN THE CATALYTIC MECHANISM OF YEAST ALDOSE REDUCTASE

      Biochemistry
    42. KERN M; HALTRICH D; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD
      INDUCTION OF ALDOSE REDUCTASE AND XYLITOL DEHYDROGENASE-ACTIVITIES INCANDIDA-TENUIS CBS-4435

      FEMS microbiology letters
    43. NIDETZKY B; GRIESSLER R; WEINHAUSEL A; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD
      REACTION-ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF ALPHA-1,4-D-GLUCAN PHOSPHORYLASE CATALYSIS - COMPARISON OF PLANT AND BACTERIAL ENZYMES FOR THE CONTINUOUS SYNTHESIS OF D-GLUCOSE-1-PHOSPHATE

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    44. NIDETZKY B; FURLINGER M; GOLLHOFER D; HAUG I; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD
      SIMULTANEOUS ENZYMATIC-SYNTHESIS OF GLUCONIC ACID AND SORBITOL - PRODUCTION, PURIFICATION, AND APPLICATION OF GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE AND GLUCONOLACTONASE

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    45. SACHSLEHNER A; HALTRICH D; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD
      PRODUCTION OF HEMICELLULOSE-DEGRADING AND CELLULOSE-DEGRADING ENZYMESBY VARIOUS STRAINS OF SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    46. NEUHAUSER W; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      NAD(P)H-DEPENDENT ALDOSE REDUCTASE FROM THE XYLOSE-ASSIMILATING YEASTCANDIDA-TENUIS - ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ENZYME

      Biochemical journal
    47. WEINHAUSEL A; GRIESSLER R; KREBS A; ZIPPER P; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; NIDETZKY B
      ALPHA-1,4-D-GLUCAN PHOSPHORYLASE OF GRAM-POSITIVE CORYNEBACTERIUM-CALLUNAE - ISOLATION, BIOCHEMICAL-PROPERTIES AND MOLECULAR SHAPE OF THE ENZYME FROM SOLUTION X-RAY-SCATTERING

      Biochemical journal
    48. EIS C; GRIESSLER R; MAIER M; WEINHAUSEL A; BOCK B; KULBE KD; HALTRICH D; SCHINZEL R; NIDETZKY B
      EFFICIENT DOWNSTREAM PROCESSING OF MALTODEXTRIN PHOSPHORYLASE FROM ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND STABILIZATION OF THE ENZYME BY IMMOBILIZATION ONTO HYDROXYAPATITE

      Journal of biotechnology
    49. SATORY M; FURLINGER M; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD; PITTNER F; NIDETZKY B
      CONTINUOUS ENZYMATIC PRODUCTION OF LACTOBIONIC ACID USING GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE IN AN ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANE REACTOR

      Biotechnology letters
    50. NIDETZKY B; FURLINGER M; GOLLHOFER D; SCOPES RK; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD
      IMPROVED OPERATIONAL STABILITY OF CELL-FREE GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS FOR THE EFFICIENT SYNTHESIS OF SORBITOL AND GLUCONIC ACID IN A CONTINUOUS ULTRAFILTRATION MEMBRANE REACTOR

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    51. HALTRICH D; NIDETZKY B; MIEMIETZ G; GOLLHOFER D; LUTZ S; STOLZ P; KULBE KD
      SIMULTANEOUS ENZYMATIC-SYNTHESIS OF MANNITOL AND GLUCONIC ACID .1. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ENZYME-SYSTEM

      Biocatalysis and biotransformation
    52. NIDETZKY B; HALTRICH D; SCHMIDT K; SCHMIDT H; WEBER A; KULBE KD
      SIMULTANEOUS ENZYMATIC-SYNTHESIS OF MANNITOL AND GLUCONIC ACID .2. DEVELOPMENT OF A CONTINUOUS PROCESS FOR A COUPLED NAD(H)-DEPENDENT ENZYME-SYSTEM

      Biocatalysis and biotransformation
    53. HALTRICH D; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD; STEINER W; ZUPANCIC S
      PRODUCTION OF FUNGAL XYLANASES

      Bioresource technology
    54. NIDETZKY B; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD
      CARRY OUT COENZYME CONVERSIONS ECONOMICALLY

      Chemtech
    55. NIDETZKY B; NEUHAUSER W; HALTRICH D; KULBE KD
      CONTINUOUS ENZYMATIC PRODUCTION OF XYLITOL WITH SIMULTANEOUS COENZYMEREGENERATION IN A CHARGED MEMBRANE REACTOR

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    56. NIDETZKY B; WEINHAUSEL A; GRIESSLER R; KULBE KD
      ENZYMATIC-SYNTHESIS OF ALPHA-GLUCOSE-1-PHOSPHATE - A STUDY EMPLOYING A NEW ALPHA-1,4 GLUCAN PHOSPHORYLASE FROM CORYNEBACTERIUM-CALLUNAE

      Journal of carbohydrate chemistry
    57. GOLLHOFER D; NIDETZKY B; FUERLINGER M; KULBE KD
      EFFICIENT PROTECTION OF GLUCOSE-FRUCTOSE OXIDOREDUCTASE FROM ZYMOMONAS-MOBILIS AGAINST IRREVERSIBLE INACTIVATION DURING ITS CATALYTIC ACTION

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    58. WEINHAUSEL A; NIDETZKY B; KYSELA C; KULBE KD
      APPLICATION OF ESCHERICHIA-COLI MALTODEXTRIN-PHOSPHORYLASE FOR THE CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION OF GLUCOSE-1-PHOSPHATE

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    59. HALTRICH D; LAUSSAMAYER B; STEINER W; NIDETZKY B; KULBE KD
      CELLULOLYTIC AND HEMICELLULOLYTIC ENZYMES OF SCLEROTIUM-ROLFSII - OPTIMIZATION OF THE CULTURE-MEDIUM AND ENZYMATIC-HYDROLYSIS OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC MATERIAL

      Bioresource technology
    60. NIDETZKY B; STEINER W; CLAEYSSENS M
      CELLULOSE HYDROLYSIS BY THE CELLULASES FROM TRICHODERMA-REESEI - ADSORPTIONS OF 2 CELLOBIOHYDROLASES, 2 ENDOCELLULASES AND THEIR CORE PROTEINS ON FILTER-PAPER AND THEIR RELATION TO HYDROLYSIS

      Biochemical journal
    61. NIDETZKY B; STEINER W; HAYN M; CLAEYSSENS M
      CELLULOSE HYDROLYSIS BY THE CELLULASES FROM TRICHODERMA-REESEI - A NEW MODEL FOR SYNERGISTIC INTERACTION

      Biochemical journal
    62. WEINHAUSEL A; NIDETZKY B; ROHRBACH M; BLAUENSTEINER B; KULBE KD
      A NEW MALTODEXTRIN PHOSPHORYLASE FROM CORYNEBACTERIUM-CALLUNAE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF GLUCOSE-1-PHOSPHATE

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    63. NIDETZKY B; ZACHARIAE W; GERCKEN G; HAYN M; STEINER W
      HYDROLYSIS OF CELLOOLIGOSACCHARIDES BY TRICHODERMA-REESEI CELLOBIOHYDROLASES - EXPERIMENTAL-DATA AND KINETIC MODELING

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    64. NIDETZKY B; CLAEYSSENS M
      SPECIFIC QUANTIFICATION OF TRICHODERMA-REESEI CELLULASES IN RECONSTITUTED MIXTURES AND ITS APPLICATION TO CELLULASE-CELLULOSE BINDING-STUDIES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    65. NIDETZKY B; STEINER W
      A NEW APPROACH FOR MODELING CELLULASE CELLULOSE ADSORPTION AND THE KINETICS OF THE ENZYMATIC-HYDROLYSIS OF MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering


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