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Chemical and enzymatic modification of sophorolipids

Elisabeth Delbeke (UGent) , Marine Movsisyan (UGent) , Kevin Van Geem (UGent) and Christian Stevens (UGent)
(2016) GREEN CHEMISTRY. 18(1). p.76-104
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The significance of renewable resources within the chemical industry is constantly increasing. In the pursuit of sustainability, they serve as alternatives for fossil resources whose supply is limited and who have a major impact on the environment. Due to their complex structure and divergent biological activities, sophorolipids are interesting renewable resources. Unfortunately, industrial applications of natural sophorolipids are limited because of their high production cost. Therefore, chemical and enzymatic modifications provide an excellent tool to shift the application area of sophorolipids to high-added value sectors, in particular for the pharmaceutical sector. This review will give an overview of the modifications performed so far and their possible applications.
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Enzymatic modification, Chemical modification, Sophorolipid, Renewable resource, OPENING METATHESIS POLYMERIZATION, FATTY-ACID SOPHOROSIDE, CANCER CELLS, GLYCOLIPID BIOSURFACTANTS, CONJUGATED SOPHOROLIPIDS, LACTONIC SOPHOROLIPIDS, MICROBIAL-PRODUCTION, CANDIDA-BOMBICOLA, IGE PRODUCTION, NANOPARTICLES

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Delbeke, Elisabeth, Marine Movsisyan, Kevin Van Geem, et al. “Chemical and Enzymatic Modification of Sophorolipids.” GREEN CHEMISTRY 18.1 (2016): 76–104. Print.
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Delbeke, E., Movsisyan, M., Van Geem, K., & Stevens, C. (2016). Chemical and enzymatic modification of sophorolipids. GREEN CHEMISTRY, 18(1), 76–104.
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Delbeke, Elisabeth, Marine Movsisyan, Kevin Van Geem, and Christian Stevens. 2016. “Chemical and Enzymatic Modification of Sophorolipids.” Green Chemistry 18 (1): 76–104.
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Delbeke, Elisabeth, Marine Movsisyan, Kevin Van Geem, and Christian Stevens. 2016. “Chemical and Enzymatic Modification of Sophorolipids.” Green Chemistry 18 (1): 76–104.
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Delbeke E, Movsisyan M, Van Geem K, Stevens C. Chemical and enzymatic modification of sophorolipids. GREEN CHEMISTRY. 2016;18(1):76–104.
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E. Delbeke, M. Movsisyan, K. Van Geem, and C. Stevens, “Chemical and enzymatic modification of sophorolipids,” GREEN CHEMISTRY, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 76–104, 2016.
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  abstract     = {The significance of renewable resources within the chemical industry is constantly increasing. In the pursuit of sustainability, they serve as alternatives for fossil resources whose supply is limited and who have a major impact on the environment. Due to their complex structure and divergent biological activities, sophorolipids are interesting renewable resources. Unfortunately, industrial applications of natural sophorolipids are limited because of their high production cost. Therefore, chemical and enzymatic modifications provide an excellent tool to shift the application area of sophorolipids to high-added value sectors, in particular for the pharmaceutical sector. This review will give an overview of the modifications performed so far and their possible applications.},
  author       = {Delbeke, Elisabeth and Movsisyan, Marine and Van Geem, Kevin and Stevens, Christian},
  issn         = {1463-9262},
  journal      = {GREEN CHEMISTRY},
  keywords     = {Enzymatic modification,Chemical modification,Sophorolipid,Renewable resource,OPENING METATHESIS POLYMERIZATION,FATTY-ACID SOPHOROSIDE,CANCER CELLS,GLYCOLIPID BIOSURFACTANTS,CONJUGATED SOPHOROLIPIDS,LACTONIC SOPHOROLIPIDS,MICROBIAL-PRODUCTION,CANDIDA-BOMBICOLA,IGE PRODUCTION,NANOPARTICLES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {76--104},
  title        = {Chemical and enzymatic modification of sophorolipids},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C5GC02187A},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2016},
}

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